Is Russia preparing for This entry was posted in News and tagged russian bombers, russian fighters, armata tank, Mi-28, Su-35 fighter jets, Su-34 bombers, russian airforce, russian navy, russian army, vladimir putin, russia, world war 3 on February 11, 2015 .
Posted on December 24, 2014 by Tara Dodrill
Some days you wake up and flip on the news and wonder if you really rolled out of bed in America. The morning that a breaking news report basically said picking up a legally owned rifle and helping friends and neighbors protect their property from dangerous rioters, could get you arrested - well, it was one of those days.
Working together, especially when faced with adversity, is what this country was founded upon. Banding together to protect one another during troubled times is exactly why ... Continue Reading →
Posted on December 10, 2014 by Tara Dodrill
Eminent domain and Agenda 21 endeavors appear to be fostering an attack on not only property rights, but the act of private land ownership itself. Eminent domain was once rarely invoked by the federal government and when it was, the project had to serve a critical need to a substantial portion of the public. Today, American families are losing their land in eminent domain seizures used to expand bike paths, built green spaces for tourism, and to increase Bureau of Land Management (BLM) holdings in ord... Continue Reading →
Posted on November 12, 2014 by Tara Dodrill
The possible ISIS lone wolf attacks in New York City, in Oklahoma, and Ottawa, Canada make the deadly threats against the United States by the Islamic State even more frightening and urgent. While government officials debate how to title such acts, preppers across America have stepped up their This entry was posted in News and tagged zale thompson, survival plans, radical isla, ottawa, oklahoma beheading, NYC hatchet attack, lone wolf, ISIS lone wolf, ISIS attack, al qaeda, al nusra, terrorism, survival, preppers, islamic state, ISIS, day of wrath on November 12, 2014 .
Posted on November 5, 2014 by Tara Dodrill
Should all individuals who have been exposed to Ebola virus patients or traveled to the Ebola outbreak zone in West Africa be quarantined? If you family was possibly exposed to Ebola via contact with a patient, would you have enough food and supplies in your home right now to survive?
Ebola travel restrictions with the exception of sanctioned medical aid to West Africa are not necessary according to the CDC and the Obama administration, but not everyone agrees with that stance on protoc... Continue Reading →
Posted on October 8, 2014 by Tara Dodrill
California just passed a gun control law which has Second Amendment advocates shaking their heads in disbelief. The bill signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown appears to pave the way for gun confiscation in the state. In Arkansas, a gun range owner garnered nationwide headlines, sparking both anger and applause after banning Muslims from her business. Preserving gun rights for all while respecting the idea of self-defense is at the heart of the debate for most Americans following the Jan Morgan "Muslim Free Zone" controversy.
The Gun Violence Restraining Order law in ... Continue Reading →
Posted on October 1, 2014 by Tara Dodrill
ISIS militants may already be inside America. Concerns about homeland terrorism on soft targets by small groups of Islamic State militants will likely increase as the Christmas season nears and millions of Americans will be participating in large religious gatherings and converging on the local mall.
President Obama recently placed the blame for the ISIS threats at the feet of the national intelligence community, sparking backlash from the agents and officials who offer presidential briefings regularly. According to the Government Accountability Institute, President Oba... Continue Reading →
Posted on September 13, 2014 by Catherine Alford
Never before has the economy been such a focus of conversation. From newscasts to beauty shop gossip, it seems the state of the US economy is a topic that everyone is interested in.
While the US economy is certainly better off now than it was during the economic downturn, the real question is: Will the trend ... Continue Reading →
Posted on September 8, 2014 by SurvivalBased
Memories of the polar vortex and relentless snowstorms won't soon be forgotten. And the editors of the publication are predicting more of the same for the coming season.... Continue Reading →
Posted on September 8, 2014 by Capt. William E. Simpson
As I write this I am vexed by the fact that nearly 100,000 thousand acres of pristine forests are burning and nearly one-million acres of forest (public forests) have burned to the ground in and around the Pacific Northwest so far this year alone. The vast majority of these forests are publically owned and managed by Federal agencies under the overview of the EPA ( This entry was posted in Homesteading, Most Popular, News and tagged wildfires, U.S. Forestry, public forests, pacific northwest forest fires, forest management, forest, EPA, environmentalist, BLM on September 8, 2014 .