Month: July 2014

What Can Jack Bauer Teach Us about Survival?

  This summer, television viewers were reintroduced to their favorite ex-CTU, now rogue agent, Jack Bauer, the troubled protagonist of 24. This time Jack Bauer was in London, saving the world from drone attacks and perhaps a few old enemies from seasons’ past. If the ratings are any indication, we haven’t tired of Jack Bauer … Continued

How Do Americans Rate our Liberties and Governing Bodies?

One of the United States’ monikers might be the “Land of the Free,” but you wouldn’t know this if you read the latest Gallup poll. Pollsters asked people in more than 120 countries whether or not they were satisfied with the amount of freedom they had in their lives. The end result was quite shocking … Continued

A Good Reason to Join Our Preparedness Club Today!

Have you had the opportunity to join our Preparedness Club yet? If not, we would encourage you to do so to take advantage of a wide variety of benefits. We’ll get to those in a second. First, though, we would like to announce the launch of a new contest for those who sign up to … Continued

The Reality of Food Inflation

For several years, we have been encouraging our readers to pay attention to how much they are paying for groceries. As our economy continues to stagnate, and the value of the dollar decreases, more and more Americans are feeling “sticker shock” at the grocery store. An infographic by @SajKarsan showed up on Twitter this week, … Continued