Today’s America is vastly different from the one of our Founding Fathers and they would not recognize the country we have become.
New to prepping and wondering what does one have to do in order to truly be prepared? Here are the answers to your questions!
A disaster disrupts lives, but it comes with valuable lessons we can all learn from. What can we learn from California’s Dam crisis?
President Trump is barely three weeks in the office, but he’s already having problems with the government. What to expect?
Trump’s first days in the office mark the beginning of a new era in our history. Four executive orders have already been signed. What’s next?
Trump’s presidency is unique as he was a businessman his entire life. Is he going to successfully prevent conflicts of interest?
Under Trump, a new era in foreign relations begins. The world needs a strong America so, will we regain our place in world leadership?
Unity is harder to create than divisiveness. Can we get back to a unified front or is the United States destined to remain divided?
A sudden action of the Indian govt left people in a bind. The lesson to be learned here is that is that our money isn’t safe.
An era is ending. The long and brutal election campaign that we’ve all survived through is finally over. What to expect in 2017?
The Electoral College voted. The results are already in and unofficially we now know that Donald Trump has officially won the election.
Rather than regroup and try to find a way to make the best of the situation, the Democrat party seems to be in total meltdown. What’s next?
Does our new president have the skills to show the country the true conservative values and make America great again in the next 4 years?
After the elections, the mainstream media are still trying to manipulate. Can you make the difference between real and fake news?
Does a Democrat loss mean the end of progressive liberalism? Are we going to see our country go back in a rational direction?
When the lights go out, desperate people will do desperate things. Don’t let them know that you are better off than they are.