Bjorn Simundson and I discussed personal, national and global chaos, but also in that chaos comes opportunities.
Joe Rieck and I discuss long-term food products, their benefits, and some drawbacks. What we should look for in our selection of freeze-dried foods and other emergency foods to store. Our discussion also touched on water storage and 72-hour kits. This is an episode you do not want to miss if you are working to […]
Steven Curtis is very knowledgeable on this subject of nuclear power, especially how it can be scaled down for use in communities.
Matthew and I discuss two reports that foretell of the chaos and violence to come after the election and who is responsible.
The topic of discussion was Children and Civil Defense. We also talked about The American Civil Defense Association (TACDA) and what that great organization has done. Their biannual Journal has great information in it, which is where the article came from on children and civil defense that we spoke about. The TACDA Survival Store also […]
John Truman Wolfe “The Coming Financial Crisis: A Look Behind the Wizards Curtain.” Dive into what really caused the 2008 financial collapse
Jeff Nyquist is a very knowledgeable national security expert. He understands the historical aspects of what we are seeing on the streets…
the Six basic elements of preparedness and Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs: food, water, shelter, security, communications, and health/medical
The violence in the streets of America. Civil unrest has been used for decades by various communist insurgencies throughout the globe. Now we have this foreign and extremist political action emerging in our nation for the first time.
So why should we listen to a millennial about community preparedness? Because his generation has a big voice today and more so as time goes on. Kaleb and I talk about his blog post from 2018, plus his journey to a better understanding of the topic and the threats he discovered on his journey. It […]