It will only take one spark to unleash devastating chaos. Selco speaks from experience when he warns, "Watch where you gonna find yourself when bullets start to fly, even the rubber ones."
In times of civil unrest, you can't rely on 911. Minneapolis shows us again how armed citizens actually DETER violence and property damage instead of creating more havoc.
Building a Bug Out Bag for just yourself is challenging enough. When you have to figure in babies and toddlers things can get really complicated. Here are some things to consider when bugging out with little ones.
Masks have become symbolic in the United States and for some folks, whether or not you choose to wear one says a lot about you. Sometimes it says so much that an encounter ends in violence.
Watching the pandemic unfold in the Balkans was like a reminder of the survival mode people found themselves in during the war Here's what Selco noted.
There are 3 steps to handling any crisis with aplomb. While the execution isn't always easy, making these steps second nature will greatly increase your chances of survival, no matter what kind of emergency you are facing.
While it's impossible to guess precisely what comes next, here's what we can surmise from current events and how we can prepare for the future.
There is nothing better than learning from your own experiences. Selco asks if you learned the most important lessons of survival during the pandemic.
Essentials Venezuela used to have on the cheap are suddenly difficult to procure. Now it's become hard to acquire appropriate clothing, shoes, and fuel.
There's a plethora of words and phrases which have been perverted due to the pandemic. Here are a dozen of the most annoying and brainwash-y words of 2020.
Have you had less than desirable experiences in schools? Have you known children who had learning differences or were bullied and didn't thrive in a classroom? Maybe you should consider homeschooling.
Just when you thought 2020 couldn't get any stranger, wait until you see some of the flabbergasting ways businesses are enforcing social distancing measures.
With the price of healthful groceries going up, lots of folks are growing vegetables to save money on their bills. Here's how to start a garden without spending a lot of money
A lot of folks have a rigid, narrow view of preparedness and survival. But adaptability and resilience are what will truly help you survive a chaotic event.
As people emerge from lockdown, some city dwellers are moving from apartments to single-family homes in suburbia. Here's what to look for in a new community.
Who will the loser be in the latest proposed House bill, “Take Responsibility for Workers and Families Act”? It’s the mom and pop landlord who own just a handful of rental properties.