Before you embark on a road trip this summer, there are a few aspects of car safety you should take into account. In today’s “best of” edition of the Weekly Drop, you’ll discover several ways to stay safe on America’s roadways.
A burglary occurs in the U.S. every 15 seconds. Roughly 25% of burglars enter through a first-floor window. Here are some security options for your windows that will hopefully thwart someone trying to gain entry into your home.
Today, you’ll learn why you should get ready for another brutal round of hurricanes, why you need to factor in a global epidemic to your emergency plans, why you can’t trust your smart home device and more.
Today, I’ll give you seven ways to stay cool if a summer storm causes a blackout in your area. You’ll also discover how to safely store gasoline, where to keep your EDC gear on your body without drawing attention to it, the perfect pocket pistol for concealed carry and more.
ou can learn various survival skills by taking classes, reading books or watching instructional videos — even looking to our ancestors. The following article by our friends over at 4Patriots details four important aspects of survival mastered by Native Americans.
Angela Ricketts was sitting in her Colorado home reading a book when she received the unimaginable. A Facebook message from someone she didn’t know threatening to harm her family.
Cade Courtley reviews the importance of assessing your situation in a crisis before making a lifesaving decision. Plus, he points out a trained reaction you may need to reconsider.
In addition to fresh fissures and accelerating lava flows, Hawaiians have a new threat to worry about. Read on to discover what this new danger is and what it means for you — even if you live thousands of miles away.
A close friend of mine — who happens to be a former law enforcement officer — sent me this heart-pounding email after hearing gunshots in front of his home: It’s currently 11 p.m. here in Vegas on Saturday. Julie and I usually go to bed around 10. We were sound asleep when I heard four …