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

Posted by & filed under Basic Survival Skills, Emergency Preparedness, Preparedness, Responsible target shooting.

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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 »