There are homes across the U.S. built near hillsides or narrow channels that can easily turn into a deadly mudslide — yours may be one of them. So today, I want to share four tips to help you stay safe in the event of a mudslide where you live.
Looking for an innovative, low-cost way to expand your cache of emergency supplies? Then look no further. Our friends at 4Patriots offer up several suggestions on how to turn a humble garbage bag into the Swiss army knife of survival gear.
This week’s questions run the gamut from the best self-defense course for kids to my No. 1 shotgun recommendation to practical home security measures for apartment dwellers — and more.
Early on a Tuesday morning in the middle of May, a family of four in Novi, Michigan, watched their home burn. It’s terrifying to think about, but this could happen to anyone. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to reduce the potential for a fire to destroy your home. Here are my top five.
Today, we’re going to discuss an easy, cost-effective method of collecting and storing rainwater. But before we do, there are two things you need to consider…
To get to as many of your inquiries as possible, this week’s mailbag will be more like a lightning round. Quick questions, quick answers — including why I can’t in good conscience stay out of politics.