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Gowned medical personnel. by Helena Jankovičová Kováčová from Pixabay.

November 30: COVID-19 Cases Pull Back in Europe, See Slight Decline...

After a brutal month of rapid increases, cases of COVID-19 seemed to pause or even pull back slightly. Only time will tell if this represents the peak or just a brief hesitation.
Moving boxes

Prepper Diary November 29: Truck Travails and Making Moves

Our impending move is made more challenging by the destruction of my pickup truck, but we persevere by renting a Ram 1500.
Alone in the wilderness. Image by Aristeidis Tsitiridis from Pixabay.

How to Be More Independent and Why it will Make You...

The path of a prepper is not an easy one. You must be an independent thinking, and able to act on your own when others don't or won't.
man with mask waits at bus stop.

The Pandemic Will End When We Want it to End

Is COVID-19 as bad as the media and politicians make it sound, or is this just a form of psychological warfare designed to weaken the country, degrade our freedom and take away our liberty?
Thanksgiving turkey dinner. Photo by Pro Church Media on Unsplash.

This Year, I’m Thankful for Capitalism

Among the many things for which we can be thankful, living in a capitalist society with a mostly free market is an important one.
Heading home on mountain roads.

Prepper Diary November 25: Now I Gotta Buy a New Truck

In the aftermath of the car crash, Pete heads home and embarks on some truck shopping.
COVID-19 testing

November 23: COVID Crackdown Continues as Holiday Travel Builds

With Thanksgiving arriving this week, Hanukkah in two weeks, followed by Christmas and New Year's Eve, holiday travel could result in increased spread.
I need a new truck.

Prepper Diary November 21: The Car Crash Aftermath

Left on the side of the highway after my car crash, I have to figure out what to do next.
Front end collision. Photo by Clark Van Der Beken on Unsplash.

Prepper Diary November 20: Pete’s Favorite Truck gets Totaled

I was in a head-on collision with another vehicle and both my airbags deployed. I survived largely uninjured, and a learned an important lesson or two.
The great reset button. Photo by Jose Antonio Gallego Vázquez on UnSplash

Why the Great Reset is Anything But Great, Part 2

The Great Reset means more government, more regulation, and more sustainability and socially acceptable investment by governments. But that's not whats best for the people.