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Hyperinflation on the Way

Here’s an interesting article by Egon von Greyerz of Matterhorn Asset Management. At the time the article was published (May 18, 2010), the author had concluded that we’ve crossed the Rubicon and that there is no turning back. He goes on to say that events will unfold in a highly unpredictable fashion, but that hyperinflation […]

How Much Food Should You Store?

On average, you want enough food stored away to feed your family for NINE MONTHS (some places twelve). If the food supply lines collapse then you have little choice but to obtain food locally. Whether your start a survival garden yourself or local farms start springing up… you’ll need to wait at least two months […]

From Sandbox to Vegetable Garden

Right now, I’m renting a house in southeast Denver. We’ve got a decent yard, but it’s certainly not big. Most of the yard is landscaped with grass, bark, and rock — looks nice, but very little functional value. Lately, my wife and I have been thinking about how we can start a garden on our […]

Banking Crisis? Bank Failures Double Compared to 2009

It’s not a good time to be a small bank. Probably not a good time to have your money deposited with a small bank either. Check this out. At this time in 2009, there had been 36 bank failures. This year, there have already been 73 bank failures — more than double. Personally, I bank […]

Freeze Dried VS Dehydrated Food:

Stocking up on long-term storage food is one of the building blocks of any survival plan.

Prepper Networking In Good Times And Bad

Have you finally decided that prepping alone just isn’t going to work, but don’t really know how to connect with other like-minded individuals – or have reservations about doing so?

Gathering Resources SHTF

Scavenging for essential items to survive thrive after a SHTF doomsday disaster should be a part of your weekly prepping routine and factored into the family’s self-reliance budget.

The Best Places to Keep Your Guns and Gun Safes

For gun owners, secure storage of your firearms is both essential for asset protection and is also an ethical consideration.

Harnessing the Sun on Your Survival Homestead

For most of us, the sun is something we take for granted and don’t spend too much time thinking about, it’s just always been there. But the power of the sun is a resource you need to know about.