Angela Ricketts was sitting in her Colorado home reading a book when she received the unimaginable. A Facebook message from someone she didn’t know threatening to harm her family.
There’s certainly a lot going on in our country, but it’s important to look beyond our own borders periodically and see what’s going on with the rest of the world. So this week’s collection of must-read articles focuses on global issues.
Keep in mind I’m not a lawyer. But I do know that in most states you’re allowed to defend yourself if you fear for your life or serious bodily injury. That being said, I want to share with you a few cases of criminals trying to place blame on their victims and hopefully give you some food for thought.
The FBI has noticed a troubling trend with Russian diplomats. What exactly are the up to? The answer may surprise you…
With all the importance placed on emergency preparedness, one aspect of prepping that isn’t addressed enough is that there’s more than one way to do it. So today’s batch of must-read articles discuss prepping considerations specific to certain groups, including pet owners and students.
It’s important to plan several escape routes in the event you need to bug out or there’s a sudden evacuation and one of your routes is blocked. Today, Jeff Anderson reviews three alternatives to keep in mind if local roads are gridlocked or impassable.
This week’s articles cover the likelihood of a widespread blackout occurring here in the U.S. and what you can do to prepare. You’ll also read about an inspiring act of canine bravery, tips for surviving a terrorist vehicle attack and more.
Everyone handles stressful situations differently. Some people prepare and practice, and some people… mow the lawn.
What happens if the next cyberattack takes down our financial system? Would you still be able to provide for your family? If your answer is no — or even a tentative yes — take a look at today’s first must-read article.
Prepping is something everyone can (and should) do. But I understand that age, illness and physical disabilities can present extra challenges when planning for an emergency. But where there’s a will, there’s a way — and sometimes all you really need are a few good ideas to get you started.