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I was going through some of our older articles (and some not so old) and thought that it would be a good idea to mention those here again with a link for all of our new readers and subscribers, so that they can read those for themselves. I hope that you find them useful. Preppers […]

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Author: M.D. Creekmore
Posted: September 15, 2014, 10:52 pm

America isn’t just a spot of dirt with some people living on it, it’s a concept and a way of life that was laid out in the Constitution and Bill of Rights, and anyone taking away or altering those sacred rights is threatening America just as surely as they would be if attacking militarily. M.D. […]

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Author: M.D. Creekmore
Posted: September 15, 2014, 2:55 pm

Like many others out there, at the beginning of my prepping journey, I felt the pressure to bug out at the first sign of trouble. Since then my prepping has evolved into a bug in philosophy, however, I still employ get home bags. The plan for my family is to become self-reliant and not depend much on the general economy.

We have been working on our skills, we camp every summer, we grow our own food on a small scale (we are still looking for a bigger home with more property), and acquiring the tools and supplies we need. So what does all this has to do with bugging out? That’s a good question, allow me to explain.

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Author: Contributor
Posted: September 15, 2014, 2:28 pm

So many people own a dog but have done little or nothing in regards to training. Most dogs sit or give there paw. Most will bark at noises outside or at strangers but this is instinctive and in regards to protecting " their territory" as well as the owners.

Outright dedication to training must be first and foremost for anyone considering a dog for security and preparedness .This means you will give more attention to your dog than you did to your own children. Failure to give 200 percent fails the dog as well as you. It is not something you start then quit halfway through.

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Author: Contributor
Posted: September 15, 2014, 2:16 pm

What We’re Afraid to Say About Ebola : I’ve been telling people about the potential of Ebola going airborne, and a lot people said; that I was a crazy, fear-monger – well now that the New York Times is now saying what I was saying over a month ago, maybe people will pay attention… Looks […]

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Author: M.D. Creekmore
Posted: September 15, 2014, 2:08 pm

Well here we are again, with another week of prepping under our belts – I hope that everyone has done at least one this week, no matter how small, to be better prepared for the awful events that are getting ready to happen. It isn’t going to be fun, as some seem to think and […]

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Author: M.D. Creekmore
Posted: September 13, 2014, 1:12 pm

Just a heads up – I’m not sure what happened but a couple of days ago, I was going to look at my Facebook page for this blog (no I don’t like Facebook or promote it – I just use it to reach potential readers), when my anti-spyware software, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware Pro popped up a […]

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Author: M.D. Creekmore
Posted: September 12, 2014, 7:13 pm

At the beginning of the growing season most gardeners, simply head to their nearest garden center, and pickup whatever seed packets that are being displayed on the shelf that year, or they skip the seeds and their germination altogether by purchasing seedlings and transplanting those directly into their garden. And why this works well (sometimes) […]

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Author: M.D. Creekmore
Posted: September 12, 2014, 1:33 pm

Question from Terry,

Hi , looking for a good two way radio to use as walkie talkie but that can also be used to pick up esp. ham com. but other communications also. I have lots of the two way radios that everyone has but am looking for something with a little more distance and other options . I have no ham license. Theses would be used for when the poop hits the fan.

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Author: M.D. Creekmore
Posted: September 12, 2014, 1:12 pm

13 YEARS POST 9/11: THE PATRIOT ACT AND LESSONS LEARNED : 13 years have come to pass since the 9/11/01 attacks on the World Trade Center towers. Americans have been left with an ‘official report’ and unanswered questions. Post 9/11 legislation has had enormous consequences for this country. One of the biggest post 9/11 deceptions […]

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Author: M.D. Creekmore
Posted: September 12, 2014, 1:03 pm




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