Prepping For The Frost

3/22/2017 6:00 AM

This winter, for most, has been a winter of highs and lows; and we mean that quite literally. The temperature has been all over the place for a majority of the United States and it’s never too late to get yourself and your family prepared for the next wave of cold air.

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Pack Your Belongings & Pack Your Patience

3/8/2017 12:00 AM

Disasters can be one of the most stressful situations to be involved in, but training yourself to not only pack your belongings and your family but also packing your patience for the long road ahead can make this dark cloud of disaster seem a little bit brighter. Emergency preparedness doesn’t just include having your supplies and plan together, it also includes having a healthy (and prepared) mental state.

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Packing Your Life Into Three Days

3/1/2017 12:00 AM

Most of us think that when we pack for three days that we are just going on a trip and will return to the rest of our belongings, but what if you had to pack for three days with things that could save your life and there is no guarantee you will return to the rest of your things? What would you bring?

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Preparedness Takes The Fear Out Of Disasters

2/1/2017 6:00 AM

FEMA and their website now promote personal preparedness. The agency recommended that all homes be ready for emergencies with a supply of no less than two weeks of food & water.

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Your Family’s Disaster Preparedness Plan

1/18/2017 4:02 AM

In the U.S. in 2016, we had a number of major disasters, natural disasters, and emergency situations come up as a nation. According to FEMA, we’ve had everything from severe storms & flooding, to hurricanes, to tornadoes, to landslides/mudslides, to winter storms and blizzards. So how can you prepare for these emergencies and keep your family safe?

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Why Are So Many People Interested In Prepping Now?

1/4/2017 4:02 AM

In life, there are always going to be situations outside of our control. Life’s emergencies often come with no warning and hit harder than originally thought. From minor emergencies to full-on disasters that can bring us to our knees. And when we see or hear about people caught in one of these emergencies and they (and their communities) aren’t prepared for what happened that it startles us into wanting to take some action on our own.

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Updated - Fukushima in Japan, ‘Tsunami warning lifted’

11/21/2016 7:36 PM

Fukushima tsunami warning lifted after strong quake hits Japan. A tsunami warning was issued for waves up to three metres has been issued after a 6.9 magnitude earthquake hit northeastern Japan. People were being warned to evacuate low-lying areas and Tokyo Electric Power Co was checking its nuclear plants for any damage.

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Defending The Air Above Your Property From Drones

11/17/2016 10:05 PM

One night you suddenly see a drone hovering next to a window of your home. Outraged, you shoot it down. Somebody calls the police because they heard a firearm discharged, and ten minutes later you hear a knock on your door.

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Top 10 Reasons To Vote Tomorrow

11/7/2016 12:46 PM

So many people ask, “Why should I go vote? Does my vote even matter?” And the answer is a resounding YES!

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Preparing for the Evening & Day After Election 2016

10/30/2016 6:09 PM

It should go without saying that there is a LOT of attention and weight on the upcoming election.  I ran across the following article, and personally took action ahead of time, based on the information he shared, in anticipation of certain events.  However, if you don’t have the extra cash sitting aside right now I strongly suggest you take the actions in the following article by James Wesley Rawles.  Of course, this doesn’t serve as legal advice, and we suggest you consult your attorney before taking any actions.

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