Why You Should Get Prepared Now

By Carolyn Nicolaysen · June 1, 2015 In a few short years our society has evolved from the opinion that emergency preparedness and home storage strategies were mainly for religious fanatics and conspiracy theorists, to the pragmatic reality now that disasters happen more often, the world has become more dangerous, and that in our upside-down […] Read more »

Grid security is one of our greatest national vulnerabilities

An interview with James Woolsey, former Director of the Central Intelligence Agency America’s power grid may be the nation’s proverbial Achilles heel. For over a decade, scientists and intelligence professionals have been shouting at the federal government to do something – anything – to protect and strengthen the grid from a cataclysmic collapse, which could leave […] Read more »

Is Your Market Prepared for a Disaster?

When you walk into your local supermarket, you see a wide variety of food choices that probably make you feel like the store is well-stocked. However, the reality is that it is difficult for a supermarket to maintain enough food on their shelves and in their storage area to sustain the needs of all of […] Read more »

CommonSense preparedness just makes sense

Great article by Jackie Clay from Backwoods Home Magazine. What if that snowstorm turned to a blizzard or an ice storm lasted for days, knocking out the power and phone lines? Would you be prepared? Or what if you lost your job, or an illness or injury prevented you from working for a lengthy time? […] Read more »

Society’s Five Stages of Economic Collapse

FIVE STAGES ? Society as we know it will break down and collapse in a five stage process outlined here. While it can be accelerated by certain events like war, a natural disaster, pandemic, terrorist attack, or even an impending asteroid impact, history has shown that economic collapse will essentially happen in this five stage process. To survive the collapse, it […] Read more »