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Here are 10 urgent preparedness tips for surviving a damaged city

Here are 10 urgent preparedness tips for surviving a damaged city

by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger A 5.1 magnitude earthquake rocked Southern California early this morning, shattering windows and damaging homes. The city of Fullerton suffered seven water main breaks, cutting off tap water to thousands of homes. Minor injuries were reported and there was considerable property damage, but fortunately no deaths were reported. “At least […]

March 31st, 2014 | Posted in PREPAREDNESS | Read More »

Take These Steps Today To Survive An International Crisis

Take These Steps Today To Survive An International Crisis

by Brandon Smith With the Crimea referendum passed and Russia ready to annex the region, the United States and the European Union announced sanctions against Russia. This, of course, will be followed inevitably by economic warfare, including a reduction of natural gas exports to the EU and the eventually full dump of the U.S. dollar by […]

March 22nd, 2014 | Posted in Featured, PREPAREDNESS | Read More »

The Fundamentals of Gunfighting

The Fundamentals of Gunfighting

By: Tiger McKee The effective use of cover seems quite simple but it is both a science and an art. Good cover should provide the most protection to your body but also offer a good field of view so you can see what is happening around you. Try to note potential cover and defensive positions when […]

March 22nd, 2014 | Posted in Guns, PREPAREDNESS | Read More »

Heirloom Seeds Can Give You Food Independence… Forever

Heirloom Seeds Can Give You Food Independence… Forever

by Frank Bates We all know by now that having stockpiles of food and water for an emergency is a great idea. The combination of food shortages and rising food prices is a deadly one-two punch that nobody wants to take on the chin; and at any time, a weather disaster could provide the knockout blow. […]

March 3rd, 2014 | Posted in PREPAREDNESS | Read More »

Keeping Your Guns at the Ready – Do’s and Don’ts

Keeping Your Guns at the Ready – Do’s and Don’ts

CODY GRIFFIN Gun safety is an integral part of gun ownership never to be overlooked. Unfortunately, most gun safety courses are focused on drawing and holstering your weapon, marksmanship, and trigger control. While these are important aspects of owning and shooting a gun, they don’t teach you what its like to have to use your […]

February 24th, 2014 | Posted in PREPAREDNESS | Read More »

22 Non-Food Items To Hoard For A Crisis

22 Non-Food Items To Hoard For A Crisis

by Frank Bates Stockpiling non-perishable food and water for an emergency is pretty much Job No. 1 when it comes to prepping. Following a disaster, you won’t last very long without water; and it won’t take long until you and your family get very hungry. But if food and water are all you have, you’re going […]

February 5th, 2014 | Posted in PREPAREDNESS | Read More »

How to Preserve Heat in Your Home

How to Preserve Heat in Your Home

One of the most important things in the winter season is mastering the art of preserving the heat inside your home, without turning up the thermostat sky-high. You can look at this matter from two points of view: first, if you manage to keep the heat inside the house, you will save a lot of […]

February 5th, 2014 | Posted in PREPAREDNESS | Read More »

Don’t Reinvent The Wheel: Modeling Medical Kits After The Military

Don’t Reinvent The Wheel: Modeling Medical Kits After The Military

by Thomas Miller There are almost as many varieties of premade medical kits on the market as there are opinions on what the best type of pizza is. In other words, there are a lot. But just because it was put together and marketed by a company does not make it the best product for the […]

January 20th, 2014 | Posted in PREPAREDNESS | Read More »

The Key To Long-Term Diesel And Gas Storage

The Key To Long-Term Diesel And Gas Storage

by: Adam C When fuel such as diesel or gasoline is readily available, most people don’t think of the ramifications of storing it. After all, if you need more, just go to the pump and get it! But in a survival situation, especially a prolonged one, fuel will be a prime consideration, mainly for two reasons […]

January 18th, 2014 | Posted in PREPAREDNESS | Read More »

3 Emergency Heat Sources When The Power’s Out

3 Emergency Heat Sources When The Power’s Out

by: Rich M Today’s homes are all heated as a requirement of the Universal Building Code. While air conditioning isn’t a regulatory requirement, heating is. The heating must be adequate to maintain the home in the “comfort zone” even in the most-extreme temperatures for that part of the country. There’s only one problem, though: Nearly all […]

January 18th, 2014 | Posted in PREPAREDNESS | Read More »