There is a primal link between man and fire. Every man should know how to start one. A manly man knows how to start one without matches. It’s an essential survival skill. You never know when you’ll find yourself in … Continue reading →
“Water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink,” as the old saying goes. A more apt statement for these times might be, “water, water everywhere, but is it safe to drink?” And if it’s not, what is a reliable … Continue reading →
Most bunkers are located below ground and they have an extremely good protection in case of tornadoes, armed attacks or even bombs. While some bunkers are specially designed for military purposes, there are some that have gone from the standard … Continue reading →
Christopher Greene examines the “real reason” President Obama wants your guns and while doing that he explicitly claims the following: In many ways America seems to be making the same mistakes as Germany did prior to the outbreak of World … Continue reading →
1.Snares Small-game snares can be made from the interior strands of parachute cord, braided strands of sinew, or fishing line. Snares stout enough to secure game as large as deer need to be made of rawhide or parachute cord.
Well its’ been re-hashed, … as long as the US Petro-Dollar is secure the FED-RES [ Bernanke ] can be the sole buyer… of the USA t-bond which is how the Government pay’s its bills every month, by that we’re … Continue reading →
Another lawsuit has been filed against the president’s health-care takeover strategy, this time by a Florida company complaining that Obama had no authority to simply change the law once it had been approved by Congress and signed.
When we look back through history, there are some things our predecessors did that makes no sense at all now. Trying to cure diseases through blood-letting? Hunting for witches? Denying women the right to vote? That stuff was non-sense.
President Obama on Tuesday sought to redirect some of the political blame for the botched rollout of the federal health insurance exchange to Republicans, characterizing GOP lawmakers as rooting for the law’s failure.