In a doomsday situation, a case of stomach flu can make the difference between life and death
Archive | December, 2012
These containers are a good way to store your emergency food, water, and other supplies in hostile environments. Part 2 of a series.
Hoppe: War and aggression are costly. States go to war because they can, via taxes, pass on the cost to third parties who are not directly involved. By contrast, for voluntarily financed companies war is economic suicide. As a private law subject the state too will, like all other security providers, have to offer its […]
Dry compression sacks save space and keep your clothes dry even when submerged.
Sure, boil the hardtack in plain water while on the trail, but when you get home, make it delicious with this rich brown gravy.
Use stellar objects and other natural features to find your way without a compass.
The state has targeted preppers precisely because they are self-reliant. Here’s what you can do to get ready.
My own delicious but dangerous, not-recommended jerky recipe that violates truckloads of government regulations. For entertainment only.
Don’t know what to buy for your prepper friend? Check out this Top Ten Christmas Gift List for Preppers
Bug-out bag packing list; review of the Eberlestock G4 Operator pack; and where you should keep your bug-out bag