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Should Your Kids Know How to Bug Out…from School?

There are many alarming trends throughout the American public school system, and one of the most unsettling relates to “terror drills.” Paul Joseph Watson of Infowars wrote last week about “lockdown drills” run by the DHS: The Department of Homeland Security is expanding its operations by running unannounced school lockdown drills, another sign of the federal agency’s encroachment into more areas of Americans’ lives. “On Thursday, March 6, a team comprised of ten officials from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Essex County...

The Prepper’s Dilemma: Bug In or Bug Out?

In the event of a crisis, what is your plan A? Will you stay and bunker down at home or will you bug out? Whether to take flight or sit tight when an emergency hits is a prepper’s dilemma. The best approach to planning for a crisis is to consider all possible and specific crisis scenarios as well as your own limitations.  Thinking about it beforehand will get you better prepared before the projected emergency scenario happens.

Having A Meeting Place In Times Of Emergency

There are two overriding worries that we inevitably have during a time of danger and emergency. First, we want to know that we are safe. (Are we at risk? What should we do? Where should we go?) Second, we want to reassure ourselves of the safety of others – especially, of course, of our closest friends and family members.

Camp Security

Camp security is not generally an issue. Most people either camp in a campground with hundreds of people around or so far out in the sticks that bad guys are too lazy to go to them. Well incase you have been in a coma since y2k times have changed. That campground you have used for years may not be as safe as you once thought.