Tag Archive for preppers

Paying Attention?

Today, let’s direct your attention to an important article from Natural News. What is happening in New York, if left unchecked, can bring down the whole nation or turn it into a totalitarian state.  It strikes at the very core…

Duck, Duck, Goose

Waterfowl, ducks and geese, are an excellent choice for preppers.  Chickens are the “standard” fowl most people keep in their backyard or on their farms.  However, ducks lay larger eggs, and can lay as many as 300 eggs a year.…

Cancer Risk Reduction Required for Preppers

Given the nature of a negative world changing event, preppers need to do everything possible to reduce their risk of getting cancer.  With the recent studies released indicating the HPV not only causes cervical cancer, but also brain and lung…

The President’s 2014 Budget Proposal: A Challenge to Readers

Consider the following three statements: “It is our generation’s task to reignite the true engine of America’s economic growth—a rising, thriving middle class. It is our unfinished task to restore the basic bargain that built this country— the idea that if you…

Is Your Heart Ready for the Unthinkable to Happen?

We can prepare all we want, but it is just as important (or more) to think through how you will react when the unthinkable happens.  People who are preparing usually have all the bases covered.  Food, seeds, gardening tools, canning…

How Preppers are Affected by Stalling Strategies

Interacting with people who use stalling strategies and how stalling can effect preppers is not an easy topic to discuss because it will call into question some issues previously unrecognized.  At the very least, you begin to recognize when someone…

Book Review: Surviving Doomsday

Where we live is susceptible to almost every natural disaster.  Since it only snows about every 100 years here, that isn’t a problem.   Everything else is up for grabs.  Currently we are experiencing the worst drought I have ever seen.  If…

Selfishness and Preparedness: An Article by J. Vanne

Selfishness and Preparedness by J. Vanne Recently, a small firestorm was ignited by Valerie Lucus-McEwen, a government Emergency Management employee, who had the temerity to accuse preparedness types of “selfishness.” While your immediate reaction may be – as mine certainly…

Water Resources Strained During Drought; Preppers Should Pay Attention

One of the first things preppers secure is a water resource.  Often those include rivers, lakes and underground resources.  Preppers should be paying extra attention to the local water levels and drought predictions. Normally dry states are arguing with citizens…

Ready Reserve: A Brick and Mortar Prepper Store

It’s not on main street.  As a matter of fact, it isn’t just off main street.  But that’s okay.  Keith isn’t trying to attract the every day shopper.  His products aren’t for them.  Keith stocks items any prepper would need.…