From a missing family to a mistress assassin to a Social Security shortage, here is this week’s food for thought.
In this video update, I present several options for easy, accessible and safe gun storage — as well as review the four basic rules of firearms safety.
I hope you are still enjoying leftovers from your Thanksgiving feast. Me, I’m back to business answering more reader mail. Without further ado, here’s your new edition of the Weekly Drop, including tips to stay safe while shopping for the holidays.
Most of you are busy with food shopping or house cleaning or packing to visit relatives this week, but please take a moment to check out these five must-read articles. There’s plenty of valuable information, including one extra step you should take to stay safe for the holidays.
Undoubtedly, if you surveyed 20 people and asked them what they have in their bug-out bags, you’d get 20 different answers, even though there are certain basics everyone should have. There are also several mistakes people make with their bags. Here are the deadliest ones to avoid.
Allow me to welcome you to Black Bag Confidential’s Weekly Drop. Each week, I’ll tackle your most pressing questions — the things that keep you up at night worrying about your safety and the safety of your loved ones. Then I’ll “drop” it in your inbox every Saturday.
During his presidential run — and several times since the election — Donald Trump has mentioned that he’d once again make it permissible for the government to torture terrorists in order to gain valuable information. To those who claim they don’t believe in torture and say the U.S. government should never do it, consider this.
There is so much going on in the world, it’s impossible to stay up-to-date on the latest threats to your safety and liberty. Which is why each week, I’ll comb the web for five must-read articles to keep you informed. Think of this as your “defensive dossier.” Because it’s easier to prepare for any kind of danger if you can see it coming.
Last year, the Transportation Security Administration screened over 708 million people. That breaks down to about 1.9 million people per day. TSA agents often take items that shouldn’t necessarily be confiscated, but when you’ve got a plane to catch, you’re not in the best position to negotiate with them. Today I’ll tell you how to stay safe and keep your items from being snatched.