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In no particular order, (and just in time for Christmas) here is a list of favorite reads for young people from the Luther Family Library of Awesome and Influential Books.
If you possess the ability to heat milk and use measuring spoons and a whisk, the fanciest coffee flavors around can be yours, and at a fraction of the price of the artificial grocery store versions.
Here are 20 items you can bring onto a plane without getting tackled to the ground by 3 TSA goons while sirens blare ,lights flash, and the PA system announces that you are a terrorist who was planning to hijack the nearest 747.
The FDA Gets in Women’s Panties: Reusuable Menstrual Pads to be Subject to $4000 a Year in Extortion Fees
Who knew that women couldn’t even safely menstruate without the FDA?
Is anyone on your Christmas list trying to create a healthful, whole-foods kitchen? Setting up such a kitchen doesn’t stop at the grocery store. The right kitchen tools and appliances can make food prep creative, efficient, and fun.
Don’t let your geographic location or that of a loved one get in the way of being prepared. Check out Urban Emergency Survival Plan today!
I’m very excited to introduce my new book, The Organic Canner.
Everything is bigger in Texas, even the stupidity and outright unConstitutional behavior of a certain government official.
If you’re looking for a survival novel with a lot of technical and tactical information, as well as some moral lessons, check out Expatriates: A Novel of the Coming Global Collapse. It’s a work of fiction, but it’s loaded with solid information that many will be able to apply to their own preparedness endeavours.
Look at the two examples that have occurred over the last week: the riots in Ferguson and the madness of Black Friday shopping. How would these same people behave to get the last loaf of bread or case of canned goods?