Tag Archives: Preparedness

Absolute Rights Newsletter Publishes “Get Out of Dodge” Report

The Absolute Rights newsletter today published the “Disaster Preparedness Is Why The “Get Out Of Dodge” Report Was Created” article. The Absolute Rights newsletter explains the following disasters are covered in depth in the “Get Out Of Dodge” report, along with many others, so download a copy today. Hurricane Katrina struck swiftly and suddenly during…

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Ed Corcoran Interviewed on Natural News TV by Health Ranger Mike Adams

Recently, Mike Adams (aka The Health Ranger) invited me to come on his show to talk to his audience about survival, bugging out and – of course – health issues in relation to survivalism and preparedness.  I’ve always been a big fan of the work Mike has been doing with Natural News and I have…

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What is the BEST Survival Knife?

Always a loaded question, always fodder for debate and argument and always a question that is pretty much impossible to answer.   Cold Steel, Becker, Blind Horse, Gerber, Tom Brown or the ever popular (and wallet-friendly) Mora?  Well, our friend Adam from Equip 2 Endure takes a shot at answering that question, covering models by…

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Hygiene Preparedness for Survival

One of the most important, but probably one of the most overlooked aspects of survival preparedness is hygiene. In a disaster or collapse situation in which the services which most of us take for granted – such as water sanitation and trash removal – stop running, you will see large outbreaks of sickness and disease…

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Barter Items and Prepper Finances

Have you given any thought to stocking up on items specifically for barter?  I’ve written and spoken about this on several occasions and it’s my firm belief that if there is an economic collapse or a societal breakdown that leads to a TEOTWAWKI existence, the currency of the day will be barter ( at least until some…

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Is All This Media Attention Helping the Prepper Cause?

In the last year or so, and especially since we rolled into 2012, there has been a greater focus on prepping and survivalism in the media.  But is all this media attention helping spread awareness and legitimize the practice of preparedness?  Or is it being used as another vessel to deliver Kool Aid to the…

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MREs – Homemade vs. Military

Most preppers and survivalists are familiar with these excruciating exquisite packages of dag-nasty necessity called MREs, or Meals Ready to Eat.  You love ‘em you hate ‘em, you can’t live without ‘em…  I remember when MREs were fairly new, and unlike today, you could only get them at the PX/BX of your nearest military installation –…

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Preppers Take Action – Will You Act?

Preppers are by definition people of action and one of the ideas that I always try to get across to people who may not understand what “prepping” is all about, or how it benefits communities, is that preppers don’t just prep for themselves, they prep for everyone in their immediate area as well.  Does this…

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