Walking the Walk

Despite what you see and hear daily in America, there is more to this life than consumerism, keeping up with our neighbors in the race to collect more stuff and economic growth. In fact, if we are being honest with ourselves, we are forced to admit that a life focused …

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FRONTIER HOUSE: A WINDOW INTO REAL DEAL HOMESTEADING

Have you ever thought about what life would be like if you lived without all of the conveniences of modern day life?  Have you ever considered exactly what would be required of you should you be faced with the reality of having to be completely self sufficient?  What if you …

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Our Current Energy Predicament

This information is not easily found and is certainly not easy to hear, but the reality is that we are in a very precarious energy predicament and the future isn’t looking very bright.  However, thanks to the great work of some leading experts on such issues you can become informed.  …

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Peak Oil and the socio-economic impact of depleting fossil fuel resources

RE-POST FROM Progressive Commentary Hour – 02/10/14 Kurt Cobb is an author, speaker, and columnist who speaks and writes frequently on peak oil, energy and the environment. He is a regular contributor to The Christian Science Monitor and has written columns for the Paris-based science news site Scitizen. Kurt’s writings …

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Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Wake Up Call

Electromagnetic Pulse. EMP. Do you know what it is? Do you know how it could impact you? Why should you care? All of these questions and more are answered in this wonderful video that features a brilliant panel of experts on the subject that could bring about the end of …

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Resilience Infrastructure

Although we have been practicing preparedness for several years now with an eye towards becoming more resilient in our every day lives overall, 2013 has proven to be a quite an interesting year around the homestead. Even though we have long been the outdoor types that enjoy all that this …

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Practical Tactical BOLT Kit©: What It Is And What It’s For

  You’ve probably heard of a Bug Out Bag (BOB) or a Get Out Of Dodge (GOOD) bag that can be used as a grab and go kit in case you have to leave an area during an emergency situation. At Practical Tactical, we urge our clients to build what …

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ZRT : the interview : I

Zombies! Who doesn’t love ’em? Preparedness. I think we all agree that’s a topic worth our attention, especially these days. Well, in our continuing efforts to bring you information and perspectives you can use, we caught up with our pals with Zombie Response Team out of San Antonio, Texas to …

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The Quarter-Hour Kit ©

Our government (READY.GOV and EMERGENCY.CDC.GOV) recommends that every American should have at least a three days supply of food and water in case of emergency. I heartily agree with this suggestion, but I say you should take it a step further and make preparations to shelter and be self reliant …

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