With the current state of the world--the fear of a near return of Cold War politics, concerns over the actions of extremist zealots and worries over increasing natural disasters--many people are beginning to worry for the future of both our country
When disaster seems imminent, there's one vital decision that preppers have to make: grab your bag and bug out or hunker down and bug in? The lyrics from the chorus of a song by The Clash sums it up - you've got trouble either way, but one way
Hello there, fellows. I wanted to resume some thoughts that had been going around in my mind these last few days. Looking for some way to give myself a break and work in something that could benefit me enough for early retirement while I was still
We are all witnessing how the world is becoming a more dangerous place. Actually what we are seeing is that people have a tendency to be more dangerous, or to be more precise - sicker and more perverse.
As many of our readers are definitely going to need a vehicle to arrive at some bugout location, I could foresee the need of explaining some considerations that such bugout vehicle should have.
Josh Sigurdson talks with Congressman Thomas Massie (R-KY 4th District) about how he lives freedom in his own life. He was called out by the media recently for his grilling of John Kerry on the environment. Many made the claim that he didn't know wha
Some preppers set their sights on living off-grid to be truly free from the hustle and bustle of city life. But before you go totally off-grid, consider the pros and cons of certain housing situations like living in cabins, on boats, or in recreation
The government proposes reducing UK greenhouse gas emissions to almost zero by 2050, under a new plan to tackle climate change. The Victoria Derbyshire programme met a family who live self sufficiently and provide a glimpse of the kind of changes we
When I joined several ladies to take a survival course in Croatia back in May, we all brought the gear we felt we would need if a sudden Zombie Apocalypse arose and we had to get back home.
-where Canadian family-of-three grow their own food, collect rainwater and live completely mortgage free