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MEU vehicles in Lithuania

What Would you do if you Knew TEOTWAWKI was in Six...

If someone guaranteed you war was going to break out in six months, what would you do to improve your chance of survival?
Woman sitting in front of a radiator

US Home Heating Costs Set to Increase by 17 Percent

Heating costs are estimated to be 17 percent higher this coming winter.
Natural gas from the Nord stream pipeline leaks to the surface of the Baltic Sea

Was Another Shot Just Fired in the Energy War?

Three explosions hit the Nordstream 1 and 2 pipelines, causing leaks and rendering them inoperable. Who did it, how, and what it means to you.
Hurricane Ian as seen from Space before it hits Florida.

Lessons from Hurricane Ian, Before it Hits

Hurricane Ian is bearing down on the West Coast of Florida, an area ill prepared for it. Even before it hits, we can learn from it.
A private plane

Don’t be Like the Billionaire Preppers

Those rich preppers we read about who escape to New Zealand, a 10,000 acre ranch or their super yacht are lacking skills and experience to deal with the SHTF.
.300 blackout in Magpul magazines

My Suppressor Test Gave Interesting Results

We tested our new Banish 30 suppressor with two different ammo types in two different guns and got surprising results.
Protesters with a sign "Defund the police." Photo by Andrew Robinson on Unsplash

Defunding the Police Backfires on Minneapolis

Violent crime soared and murders doubled after Minneapolis defunded the police. Now they want them back and it may be too late.
Hurricane evacuation route signage

Hurricane Ian Heads for Florida

Florida has declared a state of emergency as Tropical Storm Ian, soon to become a major hurricane, bears down on it.
A Russian missile

Is Putin Losing the War, or is it Just Wishful Thinking?

The mainstream media would have you believe Russia is losing the war, but now they have doubled down and are again threatening to use nukes.
Bird flu is driving up the cost of eggs again.

It’s Back… Bird Flu Returns

In most cases, avian influenza doesn't survive the summer as high temps kill off the virus. That's not the case this year.