In the first part of his multipart Construction Concerns, Gregory Havel looks at codes and regulations regarding potentially hazardous fuels stored at job sites.
MREs, or Meals Ready to Eat, have been a staple military supply for decades. For those of us in the survival world, we all know what they are, but we also know that they’re pretty pricey to buy. Also, many … Read More »
What do firefighters eat when they’re battling a wildfire?
Some foods are delicious and some are nutritious. Many are both, and it’s these that we’re going to take a look at today. For your survival garden, there are some foods that should be a priority due to their nutritional … Read More »
A riot is all you need to see in order to have an idea of what will be going on once SHTF. Of course things will be much, much worse than that, with desperate people turning to violence and looting … Read More »
Written by Pat Henry on The Prepper Journal. Occasionally I am honored with a request from someone writing an article on preparedness or survival, asking for my opinion on a question they have. In the past, these requests have come … Read More »
Old tire rims are the corner stone of any self-respecting scrapyard! Have you ever wondered what happens to the tens of millions of old car rims? Most of them get melted and recycled, but lots of them rust quietly in … Read More »
Mayor Mitch Landrieu and the New Orleans City Council have until Aug. 21 to begin paying firefighters a judgment worth a potential $142 million, or they will be held in contempt
Home invasions are different from burglaries or other robbery type crimes because the criminals who commit home invasions count on, and plan, on the fact that the victims are home. This is so they can FORCE the occupant victims to … Read More »
Firefighters saved a man dangling by his legs from wires three stories above the ground after he fell off a Brooklyn rooftop and got entangled on his way down.