Today, I received a guest article on a subject that, although should have seemed obvious, I haven’t thought to cover.
Occasionally, you’ll see people who don’t use holsters. They’ll take a small .38 revolver or a semi auto pistol like a .380 ACP and tuck it into a pocket or waistband all by itself. Sometimes [...]
Are we living in a civilization that comes straight out of the movies?
Hi folks. I want to apologize once again for disappearing. It really wasn’t my fault, this time.
From Thursday morning until Sunday night, we were “cable less”. Yes. Our cable went out from Thursday morning until sometime this weekend. All weekend long, [...]
I have always been a believer of the cliche “we should be learning from the past”. Our past is full of folly and needless suffering, as well as incredible triumphs. We are the best, and worst, of creation.
I read an article the other day, from a survivor in Bosnia. It was disturbing, to [...]
Natural and man-made disasters are one of the greatest enemies of people. The recovery of the community depends on how far the damages had been, and how well-prepared the people are to deal with these disasters.
One of the best ways to deal with these disasters is to keep themselves from starving by [...]
I was talking to a friend of mine that is in the preparedness community (shock) and I listened as he told me a story about being accused of fear mongering because he is in the business of processing food with a long shelf life.
Another friend told me he doesn’t tell anyone what he [...]
As some of you know, I am working on a store site that I hope to have up and running by the end of the month. I have been talking to a company called Echo-Sigma about their line of Bug Out Bags, Get Home Bags and trauma kits.
At one point, my wife asked me [...]