Learning from Cyprus

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Just over a week ago, the world was shocked to hear the news of the Cypriots’ proposed banking deal.  In Cyprus the banks are failing, and in order to receive a bailout, Cyprus is required to fund most of their bailout.  Initially, the plan was to take a small percentage of all money held on… Read more »

Watch Genetic Roulette for FREE until October 17th!

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My husband and I bought Jeffrey Smith’s book “Genetic Roulette” a couple years ago, and it was really interesting, so I’m excited that they’ve come out with a movie with the same title.  The movie tells about what GMOs (genetically modified organisms) are, how they came to be in our food, and it describes the… Read more »

Protecting your Preparations: Defense options – Guns and Ammo

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[This article is part of a series.  If you’re interested in protecting your preparations, that’s GREAT, but please do not start with guns!  Start with keeping quiet, planning to share, or passive defense options.] A discussion on preparation and emergency preparedness is incomplete without addressing the issue of guns as part of preparedness.  In my… Read more »

Protecting your Preparations: Defense options – Knives

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[This article is part of a series.  If you’re interested in protecting your preparations, that’s GREAT, but please do not start with knives!  Start with keeping quiet, planning to share, or passive defense options.] I would really hate to actually have to defend my preparations (or even defend my own life) with a knife.  I… Read more »

Protecting your Preparations: Defense options – Big Dogs

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When I was a teenager, my dad acquired a vacant house in not-the-best neighborhood.  He tried to fix it up so that he could sell it, but anytime he would purchase supplies, local gangs would steal the materials and vandalize the house.  Dad replaced broken windows and missing supplies over and over again.  Eventually, he… Read more »