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The Brand of Terrorism No One Is Looking For

By Michael B. / September 11, 2019

When it comes to terrorism we, along with our governments, tend to focus on bombings, knifings, and shootings. Unfortunately, there’s a whole different type of terrorism that goes unmentioned that’s just as (if not more) threatening: bioterrorism. Bioterrorism involves the use of harmful germs or other biological agents to create mass illness- from epidemic to […]

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Evacuation Planning For Families

By Andrew J. / November 13, 2018

Emergencies can be highly unpredictable. You could be well-prepared for a crisis, but if there’s an earthquake and the house comes crumbling down, whatever food and water supplies you’ve stored will be destroyed. The structural integrity of the house will be compromised, and you won’t be able to stay there. You have no choice but […]

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The Lesson We Should All Take From the Duck Boat Tragedy

By Emma C / July 27, 2018

Seventeen people drowned amidst the 65 mph winds that stirred up Table Rock Lake two weeks ago. Despite the stormy weather, thirty-one people embarked on a ‘Ride the Ducks’ excursion (a popular tourist attraction in Branson, Missouri), and only fourteen stepped back onto dry land. Tragically, nine of the deaths were all members of one family. […]

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All My Prepping Has Been a Waste of Time and Money

By Andrew J. / September 28, 2017

I just got off the phone with my friend Lynn, from Indialantic, FL, and what he had to tell me has changed my prepping ideas forever. I’m convinced that almost everything I’ve done for the last 10 years has been a waste of time and money. Let me explain why. Lynn is a methodical planner […]