Agenda 21’s evil twin, Agenda 2030, is yet another potential threat to both property rights and the overall way of life in America. Mainstream media has ignored the implications and opportunity for government overreach created by the United Nations biodiversity plan since its inception in 1992. Expect more of the same with the equally rights-infringing Agenda... Continue Reading →
Survival Based Blog
Posted on November 25, 2015 by Tara Dodrill
Posted on November 24, 2015 by Kent Page McGroarty
Planning on attending a huge festival or other sizable event that’s sure to draw hundreds, if not thousands, of people? As fun as these events are, it’s important to stay safe, as various unpleasant things can occur. Rather than finding yourself in a sticky situation or facing serious injury, learn how to best protect yourself. Check out the following tips to help you get started:
Posted on November 19, 2015 by Kent Page McGroarty
Sure, most rodents are relatively cute and cuddly-looking, but that doesn’t mean you should pick them up or keep them as pets. Rodents present a variety of dangers and are among the bigger challenges for pest control companies. Let’s review some of the dangers rodents such as mice and rats present and how to ensure they stay the heck away from your home.
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Posted on November 18, 2015 by Tara Dodrill
Posted on November 17, 2015 by Kent Page McGroarty
Posted on November 16, 2015 by Brian Meyer
The Boy Scouts of America are a pretty great group to be a part of. They teach young boys the basics of survival. When taken seriously, this training gives boys skills they can bring into their adult lives for not only emergencies, but for everyday use, too.
Cooking is something that must be done even if there’s an emergency going on. Just about every food requires some type of cooking, and during or after a disaster you’ll be cooking everything you eat, so knowing how to cook is pretty important business.
Just like almost every other survival skill, there’s a lo... Continue Reading →
Posted on November 12, 2015 by Kent Page McGroarty
Gearing up to do some serious hiking in the stunningly beautiful Yosemite National Park? Before you lace up your hiking boots, do yourself a favor and check out the following tips to ensure you don’t get eaten by a bear, suffer heat exhaustion, or just have an unpleasant trip in general.
Avoid Wearing Cotton
Among the best Yosemite-Park-related hiking tips is to leave the cotton undies at home. What you want is polypropylene underwear and c... Continue Reading →
Posted on November 11, 2015 by Tara Dodrill
Preppers are experts at penny-pinching and finding multiple uses for many of the items in their survival stockpiles. Expanding upon that notion, I decided to do some research and conduct a thorough inventory of the “non-preps” already gathering a bit of dust around the house.
The results of my very unscientifi... Continue Reading →
Posted on November 10, 2015 by Kent Page McGroarty
There’s a whole slew of survival-themed television series out there, some of which fall into the “reality” category. Others are fictitious, but easily serve as potential warnings about the future. Check out a few of the best survival-based television series and maybe learn a new skill or three:
Survivorman was a Canadian-produced television series that aired on the Outdoor Life Network starting in 2005. The last of the specials a... Continue Reading →
Prepping With Babies: Everything You Need To Know To Prepare The Entire Family For A Long-Term Disaster
Posted on November 5, 2015 by Tara Dodrill
Incorporating babies into your preparedness plan, both current and future little bundles of joy, takes a significant amount of detailed planning. We have four incredibly intelligent and adorable grandchildren ranging in age from not-quite-here-yet to 17. Thoroughly reviewing their essential needs and developing a plan to meet those needs ... Continue Reading →