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14 essentials to help you fix and clean almost anything

14 essentials to help you fix and clean almost anything

by Gaye Levy Back in 2011 I wrote about the importance of having select items on hand that will fix and clean almost anything. Since that time, my views have changed. Many of the items on the original list still hold a prominent place on my new list, but some have dropped off and others […]

May 9th, 2016 | Posted in PREPAREDNESS | Read More »

Budget friendly items for the frugal prepper

Budget friendly items for the frugal prepper

by Gaye Levy A few months ago, a number of readers submitted budget friendly tips for the frugal minded prepper.  I was impressed, so much so that I am sharing them with you today along with some personal favorites. The following items are all inexpensive ones that you can add to your preps with each […]

March 15th, 2016 | Posted in PREPAREDNESS | Read More »

5 things everyone can learn from the U.S. Army Survival Manual

5 things everyone can learn from the U.S. Army Survival Manual

by Thomas Miller The single most important function of survival is to survive. Duh! Right? With the obvious statement out of the way, the question is how will you do that? There are a number of tricks, tips, and expert opinions out there but are any of them credible? Much of this information is credible […]

February 15th, 2016 | Posted in PREPAREDNESS | Read More »

A tiny solution to a big problem

A tiny solution to a big problem

by Thomas Miller When it comes to surviving the scenarios that we prepare for, none of the basic human needs change when things move from joyous living to an everyday fight to live long enough to see tomorrow. While many of the thoughts around first priorities in survival scenarios revolve around air, water and food, […]

January 25th, 2016 | Posted in PREPAREDNESS | Read More »

Amazing! Here’s How to Fish without a Rod

Amazing! Here’s How to Fish without a Rod

January 19th, 2016 | Posted in PREPAREDNESS | Read More »

How to Open a Can without Can Opener – Zombie Survival

How to Open a Can without Can Opener – Zombie Survival

January 19th, 2016 | Posted in PREPAREDNESS, Video | Read More »

Preparing for (and surviving) martial law

Preparing for (and surviving) martial law

by Frank Bates This is the first in a two-part series on the subject of martial law and how to survive it once it is established during the nationwide emergency situation we all know is coming soon. The Founding Fathers did everything within their power to ensure that the United States government they were forming […]

January 4th, 2016 | Posted in Police State, PREPAREDNESS | Read More »

How to prepare a retreat for long-term survival

How to prepare a retreat for long-term survival

by: L.J. Devon, (NaturalNews) Modern day systems that most people depend upon are deteriorating. These systems are more vulnerable than ever before. Those with practical common sense can see that the value of the dollar today is worth a fraction of what it was worth when the gold standard was used. Now, the Treasury Department […]

January 4th, 2016 | Posted in PREPAREDNESS | Read More »

15 things you MUST do to survive 2016 and beyond

15 things you MUST do to survive 2016 and beyond

by Mike Adams (NaturalNews) 2016 is already shaping up to be a tumultuous year across the globe. Saudi Arabia is on the verge of revolution, ISIS terrorists now occupy Europe, and the United States seems headed for extreme political strife and rising resistance against a tyrannical federal government. Even as you read this, armed citizens […]

January 4th, 2016 | Posted in PREPAREDNESS | Read More »

Ex-CIA agent reveals: How to survive a mass shooting…

Ex-CIA agent reveals: How to survive a mass shooting…

From Jason Hanson, Author, Spy Secrets That Can Save Your Life: I was blessed to have some very good training while with the CIA, including terrorist response training. This training involved scenarios, role players, a red man suit (a sturdy safety suit used in defense training), and “simmunitions” (similar to airsoft), to name a few […]

December 13th, 2015 | Posted in PREPAREDNESS | Read More »