This week’s mailbag features a wide variety of survival questions — from flying with firearms to escaping a flash mob to protecting your kids in a disaster even when they’re far from home.
One of our constitutional freedoms is the right to lawfully assemble. Unfortunately, a protest can quickly turn violent for any number of reasons. Today, Cade Courtley discusses what to do during a riot or in the aftermath of any catastrophe when lawlessness prevails.
When Jason stopped by the Rachael Ray show, he briefly touched on how to stay safe in large crowds — like concerts or outdoor festivals. Riots, however, are another matter. Today, Jeff Anderson gives his top four tips for getting to safety if you suddenly find yourself in the midst of a violent mob.
What should you do if a riot erupts in your town? How do you protect yourself if you are suddenly surrounded by looting and mob violence? Here are six tips to ensure you make it back to your home safe and alive.
Mobsters shake down, say, a restaurant owner. They drink all the booze and eat all they want and pay nothing. They rob the cash register. They even go out and borrow money against the place and spend it. When they’ve finally bled the thing dry and the business is about to collapse, they burn the …