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What To Do - $1.1 Trillion - Our Natural Debt

What To Do - $1.1 Trillion - Our Natural Debt

March 25, 2018 | Natural Disasters | 0 Comments

$1.1 trillion. It's a figure you won't hear coming out of the mouths of politicians this election season. Sure, you might hear them talk about our national debt, which is at a staggering $19.4 trillion and counting. Or a shutdown. Preparing for the coming storm But $1.1 trillion is nothing...

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4 Tips for Patriots That Make the Most of Harvest

4 Tips for Patriots That Make the Most of Harvest

March 25, 2018 | Food Preparedness Survival Skills | 0 Comments

A few weeks ago, we shared some thoughts about what the autumn means for preparedness. Grown with Patriot Seeds - photo shared by fellow patriot, Shawn Martin This week, let's shift to share some practical advice on one of fall's greatest blessings - harvest. One of the most rewarding times...

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The 9/11 Hero Who Saw it Coming - and Prepared

The 9/11 Hero Who Saw it Coming - and Prepared

March 25, 2018 | History of Preparedness National Events | 0 Comments

Tomorrow marks 15 years since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Now, 9/11 serves as a National Day of Service and Remembrance, to honor those whose efforts saved many lives. To properly honor the heroes of 9/11, we are all compelled to "do at least one good deed." In...

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Avoid This Pride Before the Fall

Avoid This Pride Before the Fall

March 25, 2018 | History of Preparedness | 0 Comments

As the seasons begin to change, I get that same feeling again. It seems to get stronger every year. Harvesting the Patriot Garden Of course, the calendar says that there's still a little summer left, but up here in northern Idaho, my Patriot Garden is telling me that harvest is...

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Prepare for Adventure - A Unique Approach

Prepare for Adventure - A Unique Approach

March 25, 2018 | Bug-Out Preparedness | 0 Comments

Earlier this week, I had an interesting email exchange with a cousin of mine. Let's call him Seth for the sake of his privacy. Seth's a bit younger than me, but what he had to say was unique, insightful and wise beyond his years. I asked him if I could...

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4 Strategies for Sustaining Your Food Supply

4 Strategies for Sustaining Your Food Supply

March 25, 2018 | Food Preparedness Survival Hacks | 0 Comments

Today, I wanted to address something that's very important to the preparedness lifestyle. It's also something that anyone preparing on a budget - and that's pretty much all of us - needs to hear. Making a major commitment to preparedness is a vital, first step. A 3 to-6-month food storage...

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Shots Fired Were Made of Bread and Chocolate

Shots Fired Were Made of Bread and Chocolate

March 24, 2018 | Food Shortages History of Preparedness | 0 Comments

When most of us remember the Cold War, certain images come to mind. There's the terrifying sight of a mushroom cloud appearing over an American city or Soviet troops marching into Eastern Europe.   Cold War Enemies Yet, the opening salvo of the Cold War was fought through the skies...

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The One Survival Skill You Might Be Missing

The One Survival Skill You Might Be Missing

March 24, 2018 | Survival Skills Survival Tools and Gear | 0 Comments

Last week, I wrote to you about Steve Callahan's story of survival at sea. In case you missed it, you can click here to read all about it.   What's your situational awareness? Callahan's story had two powerful lessons that we can all apply to our preparedness journey. I felt...

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They'd Help You Too - Steve Callahan's Survival Secrets

They'd Help You Too - Steve Callahan's Survival Secrets

March 24, 2018 | Survival Hacks | 0 Comments

Today, I wanted to share a story that truly inspired me. Worthy Read for Survival - Adrift I just finished a book about one of the most extreme survival situations I've ever read about. That's why I'm writing you today: to share some insights and lessons that might be helpful...

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How Can We Lose an Entire Summer?

How Can We Lose an Entire Summer?

March 24, 2018 | Food Shortages History of Preparedness Natural Disasters | 0 Comments

Imagine for a moment how shocking this would be. 1816: The Year Without A Summer You wake up in July expecting a steamy Saturday afternoon relaxing in the backyard. The grill is fired up, the kids are ready to do cannonballs in the pool and yet, instead of hot weather,...

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The Hungry History of Washington's Army

The Hungry History of Washington's Army

March 24, 2018 | Food Shortages History of Preparedness | 0 Comments

Today, I wanted to share an interesting story from our nation's early days. Many of the early actions of our Founding Fathers show great wisdom which we can learn from and apply to our own lives. On March 2, 1778, the Continental Congress in conjunction with George Washington made a...

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Fun Ways to Teach Kids Preparedness - Pass it On

Fun Ways to Teach Kids Preparedness - Pass it On

March 24, 2018 | Community Preparedness Getting Started with Prep Survival Skills | 0 Comments

Family values. They're a cornerstone of the preparedness lifestyle - and of course, American life in general.  Teach Kids Preparedness That's why, today, I want to spend a little time focusing on the future of preparedness - children. Instilling the values of self-reliance and emergency preparedness in our children and...

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