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  Preparing for a disaster — any type of disaster — involves taking a long, hard look at both the current and possible future medical needs of the family. If you are fortunate enough to have a medical professional in your family or mutual assistance group, you are one of the lucky ones. But even… Read more »


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  Food, water, and shelter are the three basics of survival and always remain a top priority for preppers. Growing (and raising) your own food and budgeting for purchases of long-term storage food are the best ways to make sure that your family does not starve during a disaster. Utilizing what nature offers us to… Read more »


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  Preserving food after a power grid goes down (or other SHTF disaster that stops the flow of electricity) poses an obstacle, but not an insurmountable problem. Off-the-grid living options for food refrigeration do exist and can be accomplished in an economical DIY manner. Providing food security for your family should involve both growing/raising your… Read more »


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Emergencies can be very scary for children, especially when they happen while the child is away from home. At school they have periodic emergency drills, but it can be a whole different thing when the emergency is real. Have you ever wondered what happens to your children if they are at school when an emergency… Read more »


ISIS in America

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  Ohio ISIS suspect Christopher Cornell shocked the nation when portions of his jailhouse interview with a Cincinnati radio station aired earlier this month. The suspected terrorist’s attorney fought, and lost, a court battle to keep the public from hearing Cornell’s threats against America. The attorney claimed that by airing Christopher Lee Cornell’s interview, his… Read more »