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Would You Have Bugged Out On December 7th, 1941?

Today is the 71st anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. That morning at 7:55am the bombings began leaving over 2400 people dead and launching the United States into WWII. It took hours and even days for the news to reach all Americans. Today such an attack would immediately be known thanks to instant […]

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Prepping Before an Attack on Iran

The tensions over Iran’s nuclear program are growing on a daily basis. Events over the past few month seem to be leading to the conclusion that it is only a matter of time if not a matter of short time before there is a military strike against Iran. Daily headlines read if diplomacy and sanctions […]

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Top 10 Events to Prep for in 2012

At the start of a new year we never know what we will be facing. Being prepared and planning for the unexpected will help you face whatever challenges that may come your way. Here are the top 10 events you may want to keep on your radar in the coming year. 10) 2012. According to […]

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11 More Events You Should of Been Prepared for This Year

In my first article 32 Events You Should Have Been Prepared For This Year I listed unexpected events that were good reasons why you should prep and be prepared. Here are another 11 events and another 11 reasons why prepping and preparedness should be a way of life. September: 17th) Occupy Wall Street starts, occupy […]

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32 Events You Should Have Been Prepared For This Year

On this 10th anniversary of 9/11, if you need a reminder of why you should prep and be prepared for the unexpected here is a list of 32 events you should have been prepared for so far this year. January: New Year’s Eve, 2010 more than 5,000 dead red-winged blackbirds and starlings were found in […]

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America’s Middle Class Crisis

Came across this interesting article on the America’s Middle Class Crisis: The Sobering Facts. The first sobering fact is: “There are 8.5 million people receiving unemployment insurance and over 40 million receiving food stamps.” The first thing I think of is what do 40 million people do when there is no food to buy with […]

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A Dollar for a Can of Soup!

Stopped at the grocery store earlier today for a few things, a few things always turns into $50. I noticed they had soup on sale 10 for $10. Really? A buck each for a can of cream of mushroom soup? It doesn’t seem that many years ago a can of soup was .29¢. I have […]

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News You Need to Know 4/7/11

News you need to know from today’s headlines. What this means for the future price of oil is anyone’s guess: White House actions pushing Saudi Arabia toward China and Russia Japan Earthquake & Nuclear Crisis Create Epic Demand For Emergency Preparedness Supplies Oil tops $110 after Japan suffers another blow Bernanke or Bust: Everyone Loses […]

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Top 10 Scenarios To Prep For

What is your greatest fear? What are you stocking the pantry for? Why do you have a bug out bag? Why are you stocking up on survival gear and ammo? These are all good questions every prepper and survivalist should be asking themselves. When you get to the heart of the question it will either […]

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