Preparedness & Survival Blog

NATO Takes on Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) has become very pervasive in our society. In fact, many times we don’t even know it when we see it. NATO leaders gathered recently for the 75th anniversary of the organization. AI was a major topic. Especially...

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Trump Survives Assassination Attempt

Donald Trump was only a few minutes into his speech at a rally in Butler, Pennsylvania early Saturday evening when shots rang out. Reaching up to his right ear and then dropping to the platform, the former president was quickly...

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Hurricane Beryl Pounds Texas, Proves Forecasters Right

A few weeks ago, we warned you about the upcoming hurricane season. All the weather experts predicted a very active season.  It didn’t take long for them to be proven right. Hurricane Beryl made landfall in southeastern Texas Monday morning....

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Which Generator Is the Right One for You?

If you don’t yet own a generator, I’m hoping this will be your wake-up call. A generator could be your key to ultimate peace of mind... And it could save your life in a crisis, too.  You won’t have to...

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7 Food Safety Myths to Avoid

Let’s start off with a quick quiz. Which of these two food safety mistakes is worse? Letting a dog lick a plate when you’re finished eating? Or putting a steak back on its original plate after it’s grilled? According to...

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Recent Extreme Weather Sets Stage for Brutal Summer

Every day in TV and cable network newsrooms, decisions are made about the day’s top story. Usually it’s a story about a war in Ukraine or Gaza. Often it’s a political story about the upcoming election. Occasionally it’s a story...

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Honoring the Spirit of Independence

Courage.  That’s what it takes to be free. Imagine signing your name to a piece of paper that made you a target for the biggest and most powerful military force in the world.  Our forefathers did just that on this...

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5 Things Threatening Your Family’s Power Preparedness

The United States experienced twice as many weather-related power outages from 2014 to 2023 than in the previous 10 years. That’s according to the Bloomberg News Service. They were referencing a new study from Columbia University in New York City....

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Everything You Wanted to Know About the Presidential Debate

Approximately 100 million people could be watching tomorrow night’s presidential debate. Will you be one of them? The debate will be held in Atlanta, the center of much controversy following the 2020 election. It is scheduled to begin at 9...

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