- How to Pack for a Backpacking Trip
- Home Preparation: Ways to Secure Your Home for a Natural Disaster
- Episode 243 – The Different Prepper Types
- The 10/22 Rifle as a Survival Weapon
- Starting and Growing a Neighborhood Watch
- Top 10 Popular Movies About Survival
- Indoor Herb Garden
- Indoor Composting Bin
- How Important is Sleeping During Survival
- 8 Preparedness and Disaster-Ready Apps
- Monster Hurricanes
- Getting Ready for the Reboot!
- Precious Metals and Bugging Out
- Business Financial Diversity for Preppers Question
- Dead Wrong: 26 Survival Myths That Can Get You Killed
Monthly Archives: November 2010
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Top Ten Fire Prevention Tips For Your House Top 10 Fire Prevention Tips For Your Home by EMP on NOVEMBER 22, 2010 A house fire is something that we all hope we never have to experience. Thousands of people die each year and many more are injured due to house fires. However, the sad reality is that most of these house fires could have been prevented. Below are 10 safety tips to help prevent or reduce the risk of a disastrous fire in your home. 1. Smoke Alarms Fire is always preceded by smoke. Having a smoke alarm on every … Continue reading
Food Companies Warily Try to Pass Along Higher Costs – WSJ.com An inflationary tide is beginning to ripple through America’s supermarkets and restaurants, threatening to end the tamest year of food pricing in nearly two decades. Prices of staples including milk, beef, coffee, cocoa and sugar have risen sharply in recent months. And food makers and retailers including McDonald’s Corp., Kellogg Co. and Kroger Co. have begun to signal that they’ll try to make consumers shoulder more of the higher costs for ingredients.
One in Four Americans Is Enrolled in a Government Food Program – ABC News The United States is increasingly a safety-net nation, with one in four Americans now enrolled in one of the 15 federal feeding programs. Forty-two million people currently receive monthly benefits under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, more commonly known as food stamps. That’s up by 10 million from a year ago. (Ed. Note: Stock up now on food while it’s available and cheap)