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 “Alone, we can do so little; together, we can do so much” – Helen Keller. The lone wolf survivor.  I can survive on my own.  It’s just me and my gun.   We've heard some variation of these phrases in the comment sections of our blogs for years that when...

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 When the prepper community talks about grid-down scenarios, the topic usually centers on what to expect and how to prepare in order to survive.  But the grim reality is that not everyone will survive during or after a disaster requiring communities to face the grim reality that they’ll need...

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When Hurricane Irma devastated Florida in 2017, one of the things that stood out was how unprepared nursing homes are for disasters and emergencies, especially following the 8 deaths of the elderly due to the power outage. But this is not a new issue, as deaths among the elderly and...

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China has the second-largest economy in the world, second only to the U.S. The country also has the second most billionaires in the world, again trailing only our country. But the country is not only an emerging economic power, as China’s military is also experiencing a significant upgrade and growth....

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"A society is only three meals away from anarchy." It’s hard to imagine a well-developed country like the U.S. experiencing food shortages, considering the progress and technological advancement s made in transportation, delivery systems, and agriculture. These progresses have made it easier for the country to get access to food...

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We cannot stop natural disasters but we can arm ourselves with knowledge: so many lives wouldn't have to be lost if there was enough disaster preparedness. - Petra Nemcova No one knows what the next disaster or catastrophe will be and when it is likely to happen. A major earthquake...

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"We are the first generation to feel the sting of climate change, and we are the last generation that can do something about it." -- Jay Inslee According to data coming from NASA’s study on Global Climate Change, our planet has experienced its four warmest years between 2015 and 2018...

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In the prepping community, what often gets talked about when it comes to survival are the tools, gear, supplies, and the actions that you need in order to survive. But one aspect of survival that is rarely talked about, but is easily the most important thing when it comes to...

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The U.S. national debt, at the time of the writing of this article, is at more than $22.627 trillion. It is at a record high and numerous people, including some economists, are expressing concern. What’s worse is that the current debt-to-GDP ratio is at 105.21%, which means the country’s debt...

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Last week, fears of an upcoming recession intensified after a reliable indicator, which we’ll discuss momentarily, that signals the economy could contract appeared. This was followed by a  survey that says 38% of economists are expecting the U.S. to enter into a recession by 2020, while 34% believe the country...