Jenny Jayne

Current Events & Opinion

School “Quiet Rooms”: Solitary Confinement For Children

If solitary confinement is good enough for hardened criminals doing time in max security prisons, then it’s good enough for middle schoolers, right?

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Current Events & OpinionHealth & Mindset

What You Need to Know to Protect Your Family from Superbugs as Antibiotic Resistance Reaches Crisis Level

We are not preparing for the post-antibiotic era, we are experiencing it right now.

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Current Events & OpinionTechnology

Is Technology Enabling Human CULLING? The Rise of Genetic Editing Suggests It Is

Human genetic editing has become a reality. This terrifying advance in technology comes with high risks for the whole human race.

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Current Events & OpinionPrepping & Survival

CA Wildfires Make Homeless Crisis Even WORSE

A lack of affordable housing, the national opioid crisis, and wildfires have resulted in a growing homeless population on the streets of California.

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Current Events & OpinionPrepping & Survival

PG&E CEO Earning $2 Million a Year Makes OUTRAGEOUS Comments to Californians Struggling to Afford Food

The most vulnerable of California’s citizens are struggling with food insecurity. The CEO of PG&E offered some outrageous comments and suggestions.

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Current Events & OpinionPrepping & Survival

CA Insurance Exodus: Homeowner Coverage Evaporating in the Wake of the California Wildfires

California homeowners have another battle to fight besides wildfires. Their insurance companies are dropping them, too. Here’s how this affects them.

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Current Events & OpinionFood

This Virus Could Wipe Out Up to 70% of US Tomato Crops

There is a highly contagious virus that is infecting tomatoes. Here’s what you need to know.

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Self-Reliance & Skills

5 Easy Ways to Start a Beginner Autumn Garden on a Budget

Starting an autumn garden isn’t only for the experienced gardener. Here are 5 easy tips to help you get started even if you’re a complete beginner.

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Current Events & Opinion

The IRS Admits it is Targeting the Poor Because it is “Easier and Cheaper” Than Auditing the Wealthy

Because lower-income families have fewer resources to guard their finances, the IRS finds it a “better use of their resources” to target the poor instead of the wealthy.

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Prepping & Survival

What to Do (and NOT Do) If You’re Driving During a Flash Flood

Flash floods are the number one weather-related cause of death in the country. Do you know what to do if you’re caught driving during a flash flood?

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ChildrenRecipes

Cook With Your Stockpile: Banana Bread Muffins

Here’s how to make delicious banana bread muffins using shelf-stable ingredients you can stockpile.

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Prepping & Survival

Prepping for Your Loved one with Autism: Food Storage for 72 Hour Emergencies

The purpose of a 72 Hour Emergency Kit is to get your family through the first 3 days of a disaster. These kits usually have a lot more than just food. They can be quite extensive.

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Prepping & Survival

Prepping for Your Loved One with Autism: Food

Many children (and adults) diagnosed with Autism have feeding difficulties. Let’s review some special needs prepping ideas and philosophies regarding food for your loved ones.

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You Need More Than Food to Survive
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