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After all, when it comes to “salt or sugar” for survival, the answer is that both are important, yet salt has more survival uses compared to sugar. [...]
Thu, Jan 17, 2019
Source: Survivopedia
The president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador—known as AMLO—has entered a crash course on the ravages of populism and statism. To finance the increase of redistributive programs without damaging public finances, AMLO was determined to combat the theft of gasoline. Taxes on gasoline are a key source of revenue for [...]
Wed, Jan 16, 2019
Source: Independent Institute
Our last line of defense is knowing how to defend ourselves and to do this you need to be fit and train your body to react to the circumstances you may find yourself in. #ReadyNutrition #PhysicalWellness #SelfDefense #GetPrepped
It is an unfortunate truth that many place themselves in harm's way by not paying close enough attention to risks we could face in our immediate surroundings. This could be as simple as crossing the street, walking into a grocery store, or not paying close enough attention while we are [...]
Wed, Jan 16, 2019
Source: Ready Nutrition
Scott has a great post on hackberries over at The Grow Network: I've been asked a number of strange and interesting foraging questions. Usually, it's something along the lines of, “What plant is this?” (I find plant-identification questions to be the most reasonable and ridiculous, all at once. On the one [...]
Wed, Jan 16, 2019
Source: Survival Gardner
Is 5G safe? Many people have questions about 5G. What is 5G? Is 5G safe? Will 5G make it easier for me to get hacked? In this article, we'll answer common questions about 5G technology based on the best available current information. 5G Questions and Answers What is 5G? 5G [...]
Tue, Jan 15, 2019
Source: Common Sense Homestead
Terrible working conditions Lots of poor people Industrial and financial instability Economic depressions that won't self-correct Inadequate supplies of “affordable” housing Widening economic inequality Racial and ethnic discrimination “Market failures” of many kinds Environmental degradation Threatened or disappearing species of animals and plants Global cooling Global warming Climate change These are among the many problems that people have perceived as plaguing economically advanced [...]
Tue, Jan 15, 2019
Source: Independent Institute
Last year the pass rate for California's bar exam, by some accounts the nation's toughest, was 40.7 percent. Law school deans are now pressuring the state Supreme Court, which sets the standard for the exam, to lower the passing score. “Should state adopt lower passing score for the bar exam? Current [...]
Tue, Jan 15, 2019
Source: Independent Institute
Despite President Trump's generally bad policy and potentially authoritarian behaviors outside democratic norms, it took his order withdrawing U.S. forces from Syria and his plan to halve the number of American troops in Afghanistan to really rile the Washington establishment, especially Republicans. This program prompted Gen. Stanley McChrystal (Ret.) and [...]
Tue, Jan 15, 2019
Source: Independent Institute
Joanna has a bunch of questions about gardening in Micanopy (which is, incidentally, one of my very favorite places in Florida). I'll answer them by breaking her email up into manageable bites. Hello David, We purchased 3 acres in Micanopy about 3 years ago. I feel like we're still learning about our property, [...]
Tue, Jan 15, 2019
Source: Survival Gardner
For many of us, winter is a time for staying indoors. It's a good time for doing “indoor projects” that we aren't going to want to do when summer rolls around. [...]
Tue, Jan 15, 2019
Source: Survivopedia

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