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If The Grid Goes Down, How Will You Get Your Water?

November 21, 2014, by Ken Jorgustin


Given that there are real risks out there which could bring down the power grid – what will you do to obtain one of the most important life-sustaining supplies – your water?

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All Hail Caesar Obama

November 21, 2014, by Ken Jorgustin


President Obama has completely bypassed congress and has granted amnesty through executive order to at least 4 to 5 million illegal aliens.

A dictator will start as a benevolent dictator. That’s how the people are fooled. The (seemingly) charitable goodwill or kindly feelings of an end result justifies the means.

Will those who have sworn to uphold and defend the Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic – do their sworn duty?

Will the two-headed Hydra (Congress) stop this man and defund his actions?

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Night Vision Device

November 20, 2014, by Ken Jorgustin


Do any of you have a night vision device (NVD)?

There are many applications for a night vision device including uses for the military, law enforcement, security, surveillance, hunting, wildlife observation, navigation, hidden-object detection, entertainment, and more.

Although a night vision device will be an expensive addition to one’s supply of preparedness goodies, a night vision device could prove itself invaluable under some circumstances.

Here is some information how NVD’s work, and the differences in technology of the various generations (GEN-0,1,2,3,4…)

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Oxygen Absorbers For 5-Gallon Food Storage

November 19, 2014, by Ken Jorgustin


When storing foods like rice, beans, wheat, etc., a key factor for successful long term storage is to remove the oxygen from the environment.

Here’s why, and the size of the oxygen absorber you need.

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People Today Need To Obtain The Security Of A Firearm BEFORE Times Get Tough

November 19, 2014, by Ken Jorgustin


When our false economy finally implodes (and it will), times will get tough, and worse.

Some believe that we will very likely experience a ‘Greater Depression’ and a devastating breakdown of our civilized social fabric – leading to extremely difficult and possibly very dangerous violent times.

When this time comes, you will discover (if you don’t already know) that your own security will become up front and personal.

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Learn And Practice Survival Skills

November 18, 2014, by Ken Jorgustin


Do you have everything that you need in case of the worst case scenario? Water? Food? Tools? How about skills?

Regardless of how much equipment or how many supplies that you stock up on, skills are still your most valuable asset.

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COLD Weather Survival: Clothing

November 18, 2014, by Ken Jorgustin


One of the most difficult survival situations is a cold weather scenario. Every time you venture into the cold, you are pitting yourself against the elements. With a little bit of knowledge of the environment, proper plans, and appropriate equipment, you can overcome the elements.

The most important aspect to staying warm in cold weather is your clothing – which you might also say is your immediate body shelter.

Here are four principles to follow regarding the clothing you wear:

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