Oct 25

Drowning In Debt: 35 Percent Of All Americans Have Debt That Is At Least 180 Days Past Due

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More than a third of all Americans can’t pay their debts.  I don’t know about you, but to me that is a shocking figure.  As you will see below, 35 percent of the people living in this country have debt … Continue reading

Oct 25

Do You Feel The Urgency To Top Off Your Food Storage And Preps?

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I’m not sure if it’s because I spend a fair amount of time each day reading alt-news (news other than the ‘mainstream media’), but lately I have had the gut feeling to urgently prepare even more. The thing is, I … Continue reading

Oct 25

If Hillary Takes The Election, What Will You Do Before The Regime Change In January?

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While one might wonder how it could happen, given that Trump rallies fill with thousands and tens of thousands while Hillary rallies a few hundred, the question is this… Should Hillary take the election, what will you do between November … Continue reading

Oct 25

A Different Perspective on Survival Tips

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As a regular reader of several “survival/prepper” blogs, and being a long term prepper and a survivalist well before the term became fashionable, I often shake my head in wonderment at some of the articles on the net! Everyone that … Continue reading

Oct 25

What Can We Learn from History About Food When SHTF?

Customers line up to get in for shopping at a state-run Bicentenario supermarket in Caracas May 2, 2014.  President Nicolas Maduro is introducing a controversial shopping card intended to combat Venezuela's food shortages but decried by critics as a Cuban-style policy illustrating the failure of his socialist policies. Maduro, the 51-year-old successor to Hugo Chavez, trumpets the new "Secure Food Supply" card, which will set limits on purchases, as a way to stop unscrupulous shoppers stocking up on subsidized groceries and reselling them. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) - RTR3NL83

I’m always surprised, and often more than a little disturbed, when I hear folks say that when SHTF occurs, they’ll just go hunting, or they’ll trade for the food they need, or they’ve got a few boxes of MRE’s, so … Continue reading

Oct 21

25 Tips for Post Apocalyptic Needs

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I know I won’t ever get used to the smell of perspiration odor. There is no use in stockpiling anti-antiperspirants and deodorants—they lose their effectiveness in as little as three months in storage. Go to this wonderful web site and … Continue reading

Oct 20

Russian Source Claims: World War Could Start “Even Before U.S. Elections”

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This article was written by Paul Joseph Watson and originally published at Infowars.com. Editor’s Comment: Our U.S. media teaches us to prepare for hurricanes, floods and brief power outages, and perhaps for a few other situations, but by and large, … Continue reading

Oct 04

Survival Food – 59 Long-Term Survival Foods and Supplies at the Grocery Store

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There is a whole industry that has grown up around the prepping and survival community. This industry is working overtime to provide everything from pre-packaged meals to the latest survival knife. And while I appreciate their efforts in providing everything … Continue reading

Oct 04

Ten Principles of Preparedness #9 Financial

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As one really delves into the 10 Principles of Preparedness, it will become apparent that regardless of the need for prioritization of the various principles they are all inseparable and necessarily make an impact on each other. For example, Mental … Continue reading

Oct 04

I Have No Money to Spare: How Can I Start Prepping? [RQ#9]

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Exactly 1 month ago, I received a question from a reader of Survival Pulse’s daily news asking for urgent advice. Unfortunately, when I sent an email back to the address written into the contact form, the email bounced, and so … Continue reading