How To Survive An Ambush

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March 3, 2016

In a post-SHTF world, many things that rarely happen now in most parts of the country will become everyday occurrences, and as much as we may try to prepare, reality will always be one step ahead of our plans. This is most evident when it comes to ambushes, which are very intense and risky situations in which if you ever get yourself involved in, there are many variables that can…

 
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The Rise of Donald Trump: Terrifying Moment in American Politics

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February 29, 2016

Donald Trump held a rally in Manchester, New Hampshire, where he merrily repeated a woman in the crowd. She called Ted Cruz a pussy. A day after that, Donald Trump won the New Hampshire primary in a landslide. The immaturity of the moment was clearly visible, the glee Trump took in his „She said it, I didn’t” game. I mean, isn’t this a little too childish for someone his age?…

 
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Preparedness For Disabled People

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February 27, 2016

Having a disability of any type can be challenging even when life follows its normal routine. However, in a survival situation things can get really tricky. Regardless of your situation, you need to take some extra steps in your preparedness plan. I am going to give you some tremendously useful tips that are going to help you more than you know. Emergencies usually strike quickly and force you to make…

 
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Best deadfall traps for survival

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February 15, 2016

In a bug out survival situation you will probably have some provisions with you. However, you will probably run out in a few days so finding food is going to be a top priority. In order to be more efficient, you should definitely build traps. Of course, if you’re carrying a gun, you can hunt. However, hunting is more difficult, requires more skill and also means you will make a…

 
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Who won the 7th GOP debate?!

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February 3, 2016

A few days ago, Fox News invited the republican candidates with the best poll ratings to one of the most important debates in the presidential run. The Iowa Caucus is only a few days away and we just had the 7th GOP debate in Des Moines, Iowa. One of the main surprises came from the Republican’s leading candidate, Donald Trump, who decided to skip the meeting. The multi-billionaire announced he…

 
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Build Your Very Own Solar Battery Charger

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February 1, 2016

Are you interested in finding new ways to harness solar power? If you are like me and you want to become as efficient and independent as possible especially in terms of energy and power, you will enjoy this project. Here’s a great DIY project that can recharge your batteries using solar power. Batteries are used in almost every device, gadget and machine that’s out there. Depending on your line of…

 
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When money becomes useless…

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July 22, 2015

It looks like we are doomed as a nation, as citizens and as individuals. Why? Because we are on the fast track to rock bottom and that stop may be closer than we think or desire it to be. Many well-respected economists are rising red flags regarding our nation’s current financial situation. I’ve been looking into this even further and found disturbing information. Some people believe that if and when America…

 
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How to Make a Wire Cord Antenna for Your Improvised Radio

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May 13, 2015

If you are reading this, then you have decided to create an antenna for your transistor radio, which is particularly useful when in need of improving the reception signal or simply listening to your regular radio program. Let’s get straight to business. You will need the following: 18 meters long 24 gauge zip cord wire Wire cutter Duct tape Paper plates Box cutter Straight pins 20 meters of single stranded…

 
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Avalanche Survival – Beating the Odds

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May 13, 2014

The statistics are these. Avalanches kill, on average, about 25 people per year. The vast majority are men and they are predominantly risk takers, like extreme skiers and snowboarders. Snowmobilers account for almost half of avalanche tragedies because the weight, machine vibrations, and the fact that they can easily and quickly get you into places where you shouldn’t be, trigger weakened snowpack areas. If you like to take your snowmobile…

 
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Processed versus natural: the differences are frightening

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May 7, 2014

The food that you can buy in a modern supermarket is just a pale copy of the natural food that it tries to imitate. Look beyond the fancy packaging and you will find just traces of the natural ingredients that particular food should contain. It’s mostly a mix of non-nutritious chemicals and processed natural ingredients that, at the end of the day, will endanger your health. The most alarming difference…

 
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