I came across this article during the Veteran March on DC on October 13th. The grammar was pretty bad, so I did my best to clean it up. The guide in LONG, so it took me a while to get it in this good a shape. Whoever wrote it may not have been the best writer, but he or she certainly knows how to be prepared. If you find grammatical errors, I will probably spot them and have them fixed soon. I did as many as I could as fast as I could for the purposes of getting the article published ASAP. Continue reading
OK, some things have begun to happen, and some very important people in the financial world are getting VERY nervous. If you’re not already well versed in who Gerald Celente is, then Google him and do 20 minutes worth of reading on him. After about three minutes of reading, I’m sure you’ll be sufficiently convinced that Celente takes the term “FINANCIAL GENIUS” to a new level. Continue reading
There are ten basic core essentials for staying alive in a survival or bug out situation. Knowing these ten requirements can prolong your days long enough to either be rescued or to keep you safe indefinitely. Learn and practice these skills so when it comes time to apply, you are ready to execute on demand. The following “essentials” are not ranked in importance. Continue reading
Rioting, looting, warlike mobs hell-bent on destruction – they are a staple of any Hollywood Post-Apocalyptic movie. They are also the unfortunate aftermath of many real world natural and man-made disasters. Continue reading
WILL ISIS STRIKE AMERICA’S vulnerable electric grid.
According to the indispensable government watchdog group Judicial Watch, the U.S. government has evidence that the jihadist Islamic State (IS) is present in Juarez, Mexico – across the Rio Grande from El Paso, Texas. Continue reading
Preparing for a disaster, what makes the best survival foods for an emergency?
The Top 10 Survival Foods … When All Hell Breaks Loose. The top foods to stockpile in an emergency that you can find in local stores. What to grab from your local grocery store before it’s gone. Continue reading
“Let it all burn to the ground! I’ll be up in the hills with my survival group, two years’ worth of food and a ton of supplies. You can stay here and die. In fact, I hope you all die so I can walk back down here when you are dead and take all of your stuff that you were too stupid to protect.” Continue reading
Here is the scenario. “Government agencies are having difficulty making their payments. State governments are issuing vouchers to pay their bills. US Social Security is late in issuing its payments to retirees and the disabled. Many banks are issuing warnings about liquidity. The prices of food are escalating by the hour. Instead of talking about the latest inane reality TV show, everyone is talking about inflation, money, mass layoffs, etc. It is 5 days before the economic collapse.” So, what do you do? Continue reading
A surprisingly simple and easy way to use a watch as a compass only requires having enough sunlight to cast a shadow from a twig. Continue reading
Life is uncertain, and the times we live in are uncertain. In this day and age where we aren’t able to predict what can happen to us, or the loved ones in our life, or the people we work with, it is more important than ever to find ways to prepare for a variety of situations that could threaten our life. Continue reading
Public outrage over Ferguson and then the Eric Garner Grand Jury decision resulted in violence and destruction of property. This combination of issues affects all Americans and has us concerned about the excessive use of deadly force by our law enforcement officers, the persistence of racism and attendant social unrest should concern us all. Continue reading
Bad guys are becoming more bold and aggressive. Understanding that valuable items and softer targets are more likely located in more affluent areas they are increasingly targeting suburban homes and neighborhoods in historically low crime areas. As with most things the sage Boy Scout motto of “Be Prepared” applies. Continue reading
Part of preparing is acquiring adequate supplies to survive an emergency, but an equally important part is making the most of the supplies you already have. Continue reading