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In the central California area near where I live, they grow 80 percent of the world’s almond crop on 60 million almond trees. These trees won’t produce nuts unless honeybees are there to pollinate them, so to get the job done, every spring California almond growers rent beehives that are shipped by truck from out… Read more »


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Through the dubious practice of attaching irrelevant riders (provisions) to bills in order to force them to get passed, a biotech law was quietly placed into HR 933, a national budget measure approved by Congress since it was needed to keep the government going.  Though over 250,000 people quickly signed a petition asking President Obama to… Read more »


eFoods saving money

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If ever an example was needed to illustrate how out of step the federal government is with the concerns of the common man, this recent nonsense regarding Sequester cuts is a textbook case.  In spite of every effort to instill panic in the populace, this topic simply hasn’t been trending with the average American. Could… Read more »


Out of money

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It’s been a bit of a side hobby with me to take note of “The Signs of The Times” concerning our failing economy. Ever since this thing the establishment prefers to call an “economic downturn” sideswiped America five years ago, we keep seeing clear signs that things are not turning around the way we’ve been… Read more »


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Knowledge is Power (KiP):  Everyone at one time or another in their lives should have heard of a “72 Hour Kit”.  Personally as a disaster preparedness instructor for over seventeen years now, I do not believe in them or teach them in my classes. When any major disaster strikes, there is always hunger and grave… Read more »


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Knowledge is Power (KiP):  As a Disaster Preparedness Instructor since 1996, I’ve been researching and working for the last thirty plus years with both man-made and natural disasters and their affects during and after the disasters.  Being retired military (Medical) and have worked numerous humanitarian and natural disaster relief missions all around the world, I… Read more »


Feta in yard

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Back in December 2011 I wrote about an episode of the TV show Wife Swap that featured a family of survivalists who expected the world to end the following year because they were vaguely aware that some catastrophe would befall the planet according to some rumors having to do with the Mayan Calendar.  To say… Read more »


eFoods morning rush

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I’ve been keeping a watchful eye lately on the little signs that bear witness to the gradual decline of society.  As everyone knows, when prices rise, people are less able to provide themselves with the necessities. Shoplifting increases and burglaries become more common.  But lately I and my neighbors have become victims of a a… Read more »


cash for gold 2

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Last fall, the New York Post reported that four phony 10 ounce gold bars had surfaced in New York City. What made this discovery so newsworthy was that they were discovered in the inventory of a highly respected gold dealer, who had purchased them from a client without realizing they were fakes. You would think… Read more »


eFoods traffic

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Due to some delusional hype about the ancient Mayan calendar, some 12 percent of Americans had expected the world to come to an abrupt and violent end last Friday. That would mean almost 40,000 Americans woke up on Saturday either greatly relieved or gravely disappointed that no global catastrophe had wiped out their neighbors.