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People today that suffer from allergies and breathing problems already know that decreasing air quality is only making them sicker.

Regardless of your current living situation, there are many times and places where an external shelter located on your property or near your home

There's more than styling and comfort related to choosing your clothes. Think about the uses they have beyond their basic role of covering your

From nuclear disaster to pandemics, having a safe place to hide should be your primary concern. You already have the best spot if you

With Thanksgiving now firmly behind us, we’re full-blown into the holiday season. The race is on, rushing downhill towards Christmas at breakneck speed. Stopping only long enough to visit the malls and max out our credit cards, buying gifts that people don’t want, with money we don’t have, so that they can bring those gifts back to the stores and get a refund…

What a system!

In case you didn’t notice, I’m not particularly thrilled with the holidays. It’s not that I don’t like Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year’s Eve, it’s that I think we’ve lost the essence of what they are. No longer are the holidays about their original meanings, which were all of a religious nature. Nor do we see much of the secondary meanings of family, friends and love… those seem to have been largely lost as well.

Thanksgiving has become a day of gluttony and football, Christmas a celebration of materialism and New Year’s Eve is just a drunken party.

On top of this, you can be sure that somebody, probably somebody on the political left, is going to be politicizing the holidays once again, being loudly and publically offended that someone actually had the affront to say “Merry Christmas” to them, rather than the more politically correct, “Happy Holidays.”

A massive EMP or other event that eliminates electricity and municipal water supplies means you'll have to find some other way to wash your

If you have pipes with water flowing through them, there may be several ways to generate 12 volts or more of electricity with relatively

We not only should be learning survival skills, but others which will help us to make things work in the aftermath of disaster. There's

Having a shelter is one survival need you have to start with. Now check these tips to see if you can call your home

What these hurricanes made me rethink was, not surprisingly, my stockpile. But not what’s in it, rather how protected is it from damage.