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An old windblown home.

Sub-Zero Windchill Chills us Out

We just experienced the coldest, windiest days since last Christmas as howling winds caused sub-zero windchills.
A woman blows her nose while sick in bed.

Mysterious Pneumonia Cases Surge in Europe

Another winter, another respiratory illness. If COVID, RSV and the flu were not enough, we now have pneumonia spreading overseas.
Chevy pickup truck in the snow

The Challenges of Bugging out in Winter

Your bugout plans may be perfect nine months of the year, but have you ever considered what a winter storm will do to them? Time to inter-proof your plans.
Expect crime to continue to rise as jobs disappear and people have less money to spend on food and other necessities

The Economy is Failing; our Dystopian Future Awaits

The vast majority of Americans are worse off than they are three years ago, with more debt and less savings. And the worst is yet to come.
Tarp on a woodpile

A Cold House and Wet Weather

A damp, wet day will make the air temperature feel colder. A wood fire is an excellent antidote. Of course, that requires dry firewood.
A cemetery or graveyard

Dealing with Death and Delays

Death comes for us all, often when not expected. Do your family and loved ones a favor and prepare for it, just in case.
bad news

Dropping Inflation and Rising Debt

While inflation may be slowing, for now, the debt continues to grow, and that poses a serious problem for our future.
pistol brace

Rethinking my use of Arm Braces on Pistols

According to experts, it is now completely legal to dig your arm braces out of whatever hole you hid them in and put them on your pistols again.
Honey Badger AR pistol

Courts Hand Gun Owners Two Big Wins

Two court cases handed down last week set the ATF back on their heels and gave gun owners a big win in the battle against government overreach
Driveway leading to a house you cannot see

Living in the Middle of Nowhere Fosters Self-Sufficiency

Living in the middle of nowhere forces you to become more self-sufficient. You can't run out and pick something up because of the distances involved.