September is National Preparedness month in the United States, with a focus this year on preparing older adults for disasters. We rarely touch on

First off, permitting anything aboard a commercial flight is at the discretion of the TSA screener. I would like to think that most of

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In the intricate tapestry of Earth’s history, the threads of life have been woven with a delicate balance, punctuated by several catastrophic events that

The recent fires in Hawaii were surely a nightmare scenario. While there were obviously people to blame for what happened, especially people in their

In an unpredictable world, there’s a quiet strategy that countless households employ, offering them a semblance of security and readiness: stockpiling. From severe weather

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I’ve been rather concerned about the state of the economy for some time now. I just can’t see how we can keep going the

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We’ve all heard the climate change alarmists and their predictions of doom. Silent Spring, the book that I personally think really launched the climate

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A couple of years ago, my wife and I bought our forever home in a small town, 35 miles outside the city which we

Being prepared requires more than just acquiring survival gear and supplies. Having your equipment and stockpile squared away should be a natural byproduct of

After succumbing to the allure of solo camping and hiking, I discovered that if your hiking companions are unable to meet the challenges you