In this week’s mailbag, you’ll learn the easiest way to establish if someone is lying to you… the No. 1 item to take with you if you’re traveling cross-country… whether or not you should wear a bulletproof vest as part of your EDC gear… and much more.
If worse comes to worst, you need to have a plan for living in your car during a survival situation that may last longer than just a day trip. Here are a few tips to help you live in your car a little more comfortably if you have no other choice.
There are reports of more far-right rallies planned in the coming weeks. What should you do if one of these events erupts in your town? How do you protect yourself if you suddenly find yourself surrounded by rioters? Here’s how to make sure you make it back to your home safe and alive.
If you, like my colleagues on the East Coast, are stuck inside on this snowy day, don’t worry — I’ve prepared this batch of must-read articles so you can pass the time and brush up on some important safety and survival information.
The media firestorm this week centers on President Trump’s immigration ban. And since my goal is to provide you with information to better protect yourself and your loved ones, I hope you’ll take a close look at the first of this week’s must-read articles.
It’s a dangerous world out there, and I want to ensure you are able to enjoy the upcoming holidays with your loved ones. Here’s your action to take to stay safe and warm this season.
From a missing family to a mistress assassin to a Social Security shortage, here is this week’s food for thought.
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.
In the last few years, we’ve seen a dramatic increase in cyberattacks from foreign governments. Whether it’s hacking the personal data of more than 22 million government employees with security clearances or releasing Hillary Clinton’s emails, every news cycle seems to reveal a new breach.
And these attacks are small peanuts to what’s coming.