What should you do if a riot erupts in your town? How do you protect yourself if you are suddenly surrounded by looting and mob violence? Here are six tips to ensure you make it back to your home safe and alive.
Would you rather rely on government agencies to provide enough food and water in an emergency situation – or have enough on hand to provide for your family yourself? Before making your decision, read this.
When you store a gun for home defense, should you keep a round in the chamber, or leave it empty?
The answer is a no-brainer. Here’s why.
I’m no Olympic medal-winning judo champion, but I do know a thing or two about defending myself in life-or-death situations. When it comes to self-defense, sometimes you’ve got to break the rules.
Historic flooding is displacing thousands of people in parts of the U.S., forcing them to hastily flee their homes. Weather events are unpredictable – as is civil unrest – so in any event, you’ll want a plan in place to evacuate from your home in ten minutes or less. Because in an emergency situation, every minute counts.
Every day most of us are unknowingly giving criminals the information they need to target us and our families. Recently, I stopped by the Rachael Ray show to explain some of the most common mistakes, as well as steps you can take to protect yourself. I want to share the same tips with you today, in this special video alert.
Ed D’Agostino, general manager of the Hard Assets Alliance, discusses another aspect of self-protection: safeguarding your wealth.
What should you do if you think you’re being followed? This week I’ll divulge a simple spy technique to deter stalkers. I’m confident it works, as my wife can also corroborate.
We live in a world where a terrorist attack or a mass shooting could happen anytime, anywhere. Making preparations to ensure the safety and survivability of you and your family is essential. I’ll tell you where to start, and I’ll share my most important safety tip – one that could very well save your life.
Never put all your eggs in one basket.
This is something I already knew well from working at the agency. You never put all of your important equipment or gear in one place, because what if something goes wrong? Or in the case of my rental property, what if your house burns down and you lose everything?
So being that it’s the new year, I want to help you diversify some of your supplies so you are prepared for the unexpected. As the saying goes, prepare for the worst and hope for the best.