The War On Coal: Going Green On Energy

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The idea of using 100% renewable energy sources, which don’t cause any pollution whatsoever, is a nice dream if you can accomplish it, but the technology just isn’t there.

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15 Projects For Preppers Before The Winter Comes


While the weather’s still nice, there are plenty of survival projects that you can work on. Just click on the links in the article to check these projects.

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How To Throw Pottery On A Potter’s Wheel


Now that you’ve made your pottery wheel, it’s time to try it out.
Don’t worry though; it won’t take you long.

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Prep Blog Review: Are You Ready For September?


National Preparedness Month is just around the corner. It should be a time of reviewing our skills, stockpile and weak spots. How are you spending it?

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5 DIY Cooling Devices For Your Off-grid Survival

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How can you deal with a heatwave when it comes to off-grid survival? This is how to DIY your own air conditioner in case you need it.

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10 Ways Preppers Can Easily Reuse Glass Bottles

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No matter whether you dig around in a junk pile or turn up glass bottles while plowing a field, these bottles can still be cleaned and reused.

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“Louisiana? We Don’t See Nothing”

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The most dangerous thing that Obama did to this country was the loss of the media. That’s why we hardly saw reports about Louisiana floods.

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Why Your Neighborhood Terrorist Loves Gun Control


Gun control is something terrorists love because it creates a weakness they can exploit at every level of our personal and social existence.

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How To Build Up Your Food Reserves For Everyday Use

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Having a complete stockpile for survival is not enough. You also need a pantry of food reserves intended for everyday use. Let’s see how to build it!

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Important Tips For Home Canning Sweet Foods


Different types of foods require different techniques. Home canning sweet foods is no different. Let’s see how it’s made!

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Prep Blog Review: Getting Back To DIY Projects


What DIY projects have you tried lately? Now that summer is about to end, I’m looking for some exciting ideas to try.

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Old Skills Revived: How To Tan A Deer Hide

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Many times, hides are discarded, which is a waste of a valuable commodity, and it’s disrespectful to the animal. Why not tan the hide yourself?

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How To Store Flour, Sugar And Rice For Survival


The thing about sugar, salt, and rice is that you can’t produce it without a lot of acreage, ideal conditions, and a ton of work, so you need to stockpile them.

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7 Uses For Clay Pots That Every Prepper Should Know


We’re preppers and homesteaders, right? We find unusual uses for everyday items. The same goes for clay pots.

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5 Real Solutions To Gun Violence


Every person has a chance to help stop gun violence by reaching out and doing something useful. All that matters is that you want to stop a killing.

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The Secrets You Need To Know About Fermenting Food

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This technique was used for preservation but modern knowledge revealed that fermentation provides nutrients that you body needs for survival.

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