If you plan to rely on government agencies like FEMA when disaster strikes, you’re making a big mistake. Today, Jeff Anderson runs down five scary truths about FEMA’s incompetence — plus one way you can ensure your family is protected.
This week’s roundup of must-read articles covers a lot of ground — from avoiding cellphone tracking to survival sanitation to door safety. And that’s not all… Read on to discover how to keep all the protection you need right in your wallet, the most critical step of wildfire prep and what to do when a stranger comes calling.
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.
As we covered in our most recent issue, the world is on high alert for a possible nuclear attack. I this doesn’t happens, but it’s a possibility for which we need to be prepared. Today, I want to share with you how to prepare for such an attack and what to do if, God forbid, it should come to pass.
Last week was tough. I spent the entire week off the grid. Today, I want to share some of the lessons I learned so you can benefit from my experience without having to torture yourself like I did.
Parts of North America were (and in some cases still are) battling various natural disasters, and let me tell you, Mother Nature is putting up one helluva fight. This week’s must-read articles cover flash floods in the Southwest and wildfires in the north, along with ways to guard your electronics and your finances.
I don’t believe anyone should ever resign themselves to inevitable tragedy because they don’t think they can make it out in time. That’s quitter talk. This piece from Jeff Anderson over at Modern Combat & Survival offers three survival tips for seniors and those with limited mobility.
Unfortunately, older buildings often lack proper fire safety features. So today, I want to give you five fire safety rules to consider if you live, work or ever visit a high-rise building.
There are many great survival items we could all use — if they didn’t cost thousands of dollars. So until you win the lottery, here are some items I recommend saving up to purchase. One day, they just might save you.
If a natural disaster forces you to evacuate from your home, do you have a plan in place to load your vehicle quickly and escape danger? Do you know which items are most important to take with you?