US Representative Roscoe Bartlett (R-MD), lived through the great depression, so he’s seen how bad things can get. In a new documentary, Mr. Bartlett and others discuss the dangers posed to those living in cities and ways that your family can survive
It provides vital gear and supplies for recreational activities where it’s possible to become stranded (like hiking, snowmobiling, back-country skiing, 4-wheeling, and camping); and anybody who wants to be fully prepared.
One thing to be said of modern life, you generally wind up living where the work is. Money can be very good, for example, when you're working as a government contractor in the Washington, DC area, so that's a plus.
I first became introduced to the survivalist movement in the 1970s when I read Howard J. Ruff's books Famine and Survival in America (1974) and How to Prosper During the Coming Bad Years: a Crash Course in Personal and Financial Survival (1979).
I am guilty of falling into the “Wolverines!” mindset from time-to-time, that being the image of going toe-to-toe with the insidious foreign invasion force and setting up ambushes to destroy the evil occupiers
Little has been written inSurvivalBlog aboutmoving one's wealth andfamilyoffshore in planning for a US currency collapse. I can share a few insights since mywife and I have done this as a backup plan. (Plan B).
Back during World War II, "victory gardens" enabled Americans to grow 40 percent of all the vegetables that they needed. Those gardens greatly contributed to the war effort and helped Americans get through some very difficult times.
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