Monthly Archives: July 2022
Stores Lock Up Canned Meat in NYC due to Crime, Inflation
How bad is shop lifting and other petty crimes in our urban areas? Well, they are locking up Spam and other canned meats to prevent theft.
Recession Road Trip Report and Sam’s Club Visit
While gas prices may be dropping, the price of everything else seems to be rising. On our recent road trip, costs were up 17 to 87 percent.
Food Banks Report Record Demand, Record Shortages
Food banks in states across America are reporting record demand and are even running out of food.
The Coming Assault Weapons Ban–What You should Know and Do
While you're worried about inflation and the economy, Democrats are trying to sneak an assault weapons ban through Congress. Here's how to prep for it.
U.S. Economy Contracts in Q2, Signalling Recession
Gross Domestic spending was down for the second quarter in a row, a sign the country is in a recession.
Don’t Expect Big Consumer Brands to Lower Prices Soon
Coca-cola, Unilever and Kimberly-Clark are just a few of the companies who say they will be raising prices again soon.
Inflation Continues to Soar
After making large, sudden price increases, companies appear to be making smaller price increases more frequently.
Arrests Plummet as Crime Rises
In a phenomenon it calls "The Ferguson Effect," this article explores how arrests have plummeted as police are frustrated by the toxic environment.
Last Minute, Inexpensive Food Preps
It is still possible to add food to your prepper pantry without costing you an arm and a let. Here are some examples and suggestions.
Russia Natural Gas Exports Cut Again, Prices Surge
The cost of natural gas in Germany surged as Russia cut exports to 20 percent or normal.