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North Korean threat of potential EMP weapon means you’re running out of time to prep for a grid-down scenario

A report on Monday claiming that the North Korea may have an orbiting nuclear weapon that can destroy the U.S.

If you’re diabetic, you need to think about stockpiling INSULIN before the next collapse… here’s how to get it legally in your state

More than 28 million people in the United States have diabetes, and some 86 million are living with prediabetes which

Leading survivalist reveals his top 5 handguns for preppers

Seasoned firearms owners who also happen to be preppers are well aware of what kind of handgun they prefer. As

Real-life prepper moment: Midwest flooding shutting down roads and highways, making it impossible to restock store shelves

If you’ve been watching the news over the past several days, you know that much of the Midwest has been

Which combat rifle should you buy? Some of the most popular rifles may not be the best choice for you

In the normal course of events, very few people ever think about being in any situation where they would have

Were Neanderthals in California the first Americans?

An intriguing new study has presented evidence that the first-known Americans may have arrived earlier than originally believed. However, they

Here’s why you should keep your shelter preparations up-to-date and bugout bag close

Recent emergency weather events reminded me again of why it is important to keep our prepping supplies current and fresh,

Just like the Soviet Union, Venezuela is now on course to disintegrate into a morass of suffering – and violence

Though various leaders have tried implementing socialist and communist economic policies since they were first established by Karl Marx in

Be a better prepper: Simplify your life by getting rid of stuff you don’t want or need

If or when the time ever comes when you’ll have to leave your home behind in the wake of a

Advantages and disadvantages of carrying a concealed handgun in a fanny pack

Thanks to a revival of the Second Amendment among state (and, to a degree, federal) lawmakers, it is becoming legal