In this edition of the Weekly Drop, you’ll discover the best multitool for people on a limited budget, whether plants are a sufficient deterrent to home invasions, alternative home defense weapons if you’ve been stripped of your right to bear arms and how to mentally prepare yourself for a life-or-death situation.
Wondering what you can do after the violence in Charlottesville? Here’s your action to take. Plus, mudslides in Sierra Leone, hidden threats to your emergency storage and a gun-toting drone that can fire in midair.
As drone usage expands and drone applications continue to improve, the question that inevitably comes up is should you buy one?
When we talk about threats, a big part of what we talk about is how likely it is a certain threat will become a reality — then we prepare accordingly. This week’s collection of must-read articles will help you prepare for the familiar and the far-fetched because you never know what will happen.
A good night’s rest is vital to your health. Our friends over at 4Patriots agree. Check out their piece below on the value of adequate sleep, including five simple sleep remedies to help you get the quality shut-eye you need.
This week’s batch of must-read articles covers a variety of threats, from hacking to school shootings to peaceful protests turned violent. The way the world is now, you’ve got to be prepared for all of the above — and more. Because you never know what will happen…
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Last week, a new phishing scam swept the internet. This week, retail stocks may come crashing down, taking the rest of the markets with them. And next week, warmer temperatures mean mosquitos will start bringing their deadly diseases to a backyard near you. This week’s batch of must-read articles addresses each of these threats and more.
Surveillance is a big part of intelligence gathering. Agents spend long days and even longer nights listening, watching and waiting. But what if there were a simpler solution? What if intelligence officers could record information with their eye? Let’s discuss.
This week’s selection of articles strikes a pretty even balance between technological threats and the perils of Mother Nature. It just goes to show that in this day and age, you need to be prepared for anything.