By Janet Liebsch, Executive VP, USFRA + Disaster Information Specialist Most people would agree that 2020 has been an unprecedented year with the COVID-19 lockdowns and quarantines, BLM/Antifa attacks, riots and “defund the police” protests in multiple cities, higher than normal hurricane activity, massive wildfires and other disasters across our nation. But one thing
By: Kiki Bandilla, Health Advisor & Licensed Health Insurance Agent (CO, UT, NV, AZ, TX, OK, KS, MO, IA, OH, MI, WI, NC, SC, GA, FL, WV) https://www.ushagent.com/kikib It’s that time of year for the annual Open Enrollment for the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare and/or the Marketplace, for Individual Health
Voices of Self-Reliance with Nick Meacher CLICK HERE FOR FULL LESSON By Nick Meacher, Fortune Favors the Prepared Preparedness and self-reliance requires planning; you (should) plan based on threats and hazards that are likely to occur in your area. Your plan should be comprehensive and based on your assessment of the likelihood of specific events,
The 2020 Fire Prevention Week™ campaign theme is “Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen!™ The National Fire Protection Association® (NFPA®) — the official sponsor of Fire Prevention Week for more than 90 years —is promoting this year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign, “Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen!” The campaign works to educate everyone about
Voices of Self-Reliance with Bruce Oyler, State Farm Insurance By Bruce Oyler, State Farm Agency Owner Having been in the Insurance Business for 39 years, our office has experienced thousands of claims and interesting situations. We are always gratified when we can help a customer through a rough time. Try as we might though, there
Although September is National Emergency Preparedness Month, emergency preparedness is a YEAR-ROUND effort. Here at the National Self-Reliance Project, we get to learn first-hand from "Preppers" all over America and even the world. They too never stop learning. They're always improving their plans, updating their supplies, and collaborating with each other to learn more and
Voices of Self-Reliance with Troy Staples, American Red Cross Regional Director of Preparedness & Resilience for Colorado & Wyoming Disasters can happen anywhere, anytime—even in someone’s own home. September is National Emergency Preparedness Month and the American Red Cross is urging everyone to take three easy steps to get their household ready for emergencies. THREE
Threats That Could Cause a Collapse - with Dr. Drew Miller, Col USAF (Ret) We had a sit down with Dr. Drew Miller, Col USAF (Ret) about his view on the future, and how he is making sure he's prepared for disasters, along with helping others achieve that as well! Watch the interview
This video shows you how to build of an extremely useful crank generator which I made from a modified dishwasher motor. Perfect for supplying power or charging batteries at a remote campsite or bunker. This unit can easily be modified to connect to a bicycle. Power output is either a 12V regulated supply (Up to
That is what I woke to last night at 3:45AM. My 17 year old son was standing in my bedroom, in the dark, and whispering to me. I must admit, I’m a heavy sleeper and usually takes me a minute to gain my bearings. But this time I was up and alert in two seconds.
This incredible timelapse show a serious dump of rain. Commonly called a Rain Bomb, these can be devastating to hikers in the desert. Hard to predict these but watching the footage shows something rare and beautiful!
As you can see below close quarter gun fights are a real thing and you only have seconds to make a decision. Literally one second can change the outcome of a gun fight. Below are some tips to keep yourself safe during a gun fight. There is a huge difference in being a gun shooter and