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Carjacking 101

In today’s Top 5 you can read up on which items to keep on you every day, tips for choosing the best boot knife, how to avoid or survive a carjacking, a great remedy to fight the common cold and ways you can protect yourself against identity theft. Let’s dive in… How to Up Your …

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Cooking Without Electricity

The day is coming when you’re going to have to cook without electricity. You might as well face it because it’s inevitable. We all know our country’s electrical grids are fragile and vulnerable. If extreme weather or a massive solar flare doesn’t fry one or more of our three grids, a physical or cyber-attack from …

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Shooting from a Car

On July 11th, 2018, two men in Las Vegas shot and killed Thomas Romero, who died as a result of multiple gun shots in his chest while he was at a car wash. While investigating this crime scene, Las Vegas PD spotted a black SUV matching the description of the vehicle being driven by the …

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Emergency Medical Plan

One of the scariest aspects of a post-disaster scenario is the lack of medical care we may be able to access. Clinics and hospitals might not be functional if the electrical grid goes down, and even if they are, they will be short staffed and overloaded with patients. If we’re suddenly cast into crisis mode, …

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Core Principles

In this week’s Must-Read articles you will learn how to make your home impenetrable during a power outage, what survival skills to teach your children, 5 principles for better navigation, the peaks and pitfalls of situational awareness and learn what small things may be causing big problems. Let’s dive in… Make Your Home Impenetrable Even …

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How I Spied at the UN Meeting

Who ever said spies don’t know how to party? The largest, global Spy-mixer of the year is happening in New York City. I have had the glorious privilege of attending and participating at these gatherings and I can tell you first hand that they are incredibly well attended by men and women who specialize in …

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How Spies Test Themselves

In every career or personal journey, there are some essential fundamentals that underlay and inform almost all decisions and actions faced by an individual in that field. For instance, the medical profession has the Hippocratic Oath and Police Officers “Serve and Protect”. For others, the skills and knowledge of personal safety are at the very …

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Disaster Zones

In today’s Top 5 I’ll introduce America’s Disaster Zones and where you fit in, as well as how to get yourself closer to achieving tactical fitness. Also, see the pros and cons of a personal fence and what kind is right for you, check out the groundbreaking technology of the new exosuit and also learn …

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32 dead, millions without power

Hurricane Florence Pummels Carolinas… ‘Storm of a Lifetime’ Causes Deaths, Blackouts and Historic Flooding Thirty-two dead, including a mother and two infants. More than 1 million homes and businesses without power. Up to a record-shattering 40 inches of rain in some areas. Dams on the verge of bursting. Multiple tornadoes and mudslides. Tens of thousands …

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How Spies Take Top Secret Notes

Spies never write anything down – or do we? I can tell you that over my career (of over three decades and still counting) as an International Espionage Agent for the U.S. Government, we certainly do. TV and Hollywood would have you think that we commit everything to our iron clad, lightning fast brains. While …

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Last Minute Supplies

This week’s must-read articles inform you of the next step for the stealth torpedo, learn which headlamp is best for you, and read up on the newest machine made to clean the ocean trash. You will also see and learn from the most common mistakes made when you conceal carry and finally what supplies to …

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How to Survive a Power Outage

If there were a power outage tomorrow, would you be ready for it? The aging U.S. power grid is extremely unreliable, leaving you and your family vulnerable to blackouts. We never know when it might happen – or how long it might last – but there are things you can do today to prepare. To …

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Used Gun Sale

This week’s must-read articles include the many ways paracord can be used, how to treat a gunshot wound before you are able to get to a hospital and creative places you can hide your valuables. Take in some lessons learned from the Great Depression and finally, check out some helpful tips for buying used handguns. …