How the Mainstream Media Makes Preppers Look Bad

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If you were to move away from the circles you normally run in and ask Joe and Jane Public on the street what they thought of preppers and prepping, you’d likely get some responses that will sting your ego, if you care about such things. Their opinions would range from lighthearted mockery to outright character … Read more

Should You Trust or Count on the Police Post SHTF?

It is easy to imagine a post-SHTF scenario entailing a mass of terrorized people fleeing the confines of city and society into the relatively untouched wilderness, turning existence into something between “The Call of the Wild” and “Lord of the Flies.” Man vs. Nature, with the occasional bad guy marauder or mugger to be dealt … Read more

Where is Gun Control Heading Next?

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Ah, gun control. If there was ever a beat-the-undead-horse political activism trope, it would definitely be gun control. The apple of their eye pie in the sky cause that unites all the fractious, cannibalistic Leftist rabble-rousers and elites from the poo-caked hills of San Francisco to the gleaming skyscraper turned supervillian lairs of New York … Read more

Is the Prospect of World War III just a Big Lie?

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World War III. The Big One. The (Presumed) End of Life as We Know It. There is no other prospective event that so captures the imaginations the public at large. The military plans and practices for it. Politicians bloviate about it. Hollywood churns out movies about it. Authors and game designers craft intricate narratives about … Read more

The New American Dream

The American Dream. That one fixed point on the horizon of possibility that all Americans, native-born and immigrant could believe in, and strive for. Though it looks a little different for all of us, you’ll see the same threads for everyone that yearns for it- soil, family, peace, plenty. For those of us who value … Read more

My Story of How I Became a Prepper

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My journey to become a prepper started in 2011. Until one fateful day in July, I had mocked my beloved husband’s survivalistic tendencies. I would roll my eyes when I walked into the root cellar substitute room in our basement to grab something and had to maneuver around his buckets of long-term storage food and … Read more