PREPAREDNESS NATION

My fellow Citizen Patriots, I am honored to be reaching out to you as a fellow member of the Preparedness Nation. Wait. Is he talking to me? Preparedness nation? And what is a Citizen Patriot? Do you believe in the wisdom of preparedness? Do you believe it’s a good idea …

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PRACTICAL PREPPING: NO APOCALYPSE REQUIRED IS HERE!

A cooperative effort with best selling post-apocalyptic author Steven Konkoly, PRACTICAL PREPPING is an essay style collaboration that looks at personal preparedness through a real world lens while keeping the focus on the practical steps you can take to mitigate the impacts from the most common hazards we all face. …

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Rational Survivor podcast

Well, this was fun. Last week, Steve Konkoly and I had a conversation with Kyle from Rational Survivor. We talked about the new book, Practical Prepping: No Apocalypse Required, but this fun talk covered everything from how we got started in preparedness, Steve’s books including The Jakarta Pandemic and the …

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GET READY!

Get the @PracTac4U QSG today (http://t.co/dlY5J88M0M ) and coming soon, PRACTICAL PREPPING: NO APOCALYPSE REQUIRED! pic.twitter.com/aEr5O1qDfN — Mr. Powers (@PracTac4U) August 12, 2014

PRACTICAL PREPPING: NO APOCALYPSE REQUIRED

Today we would like to officially announce PRACTICAL PREPPING: NO APOCALYPSE REQUIRED, a collaboration with acclaimed post-apocalyptic author (and friend) Steven Konkoly (see his announcement here), that will take an in-depth and entertaining look at the steps anyone can take to prepare for disaster. In-depth AND entertaining? Absolutely! So how …

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PRACTICAL PREPPING: NO APOCALYPSE REQUIRED Sample Chapter

Chapter 4: PLANNING “We have a lot of prep work to do. Bicycles, backpacks, and weapons are first priority. The rescue group needs two packs. One BOLT bag and a smaller assault kit—” “What’s an assault kit?” asked Ed. “I don’t have stuff like that.” “It’s just a smaller backpack, …

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US CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE CRUMBLING

In the middle of the last century, the United States made an investment in the critical infrastructure that made America the envy of the world. Powered by an abundance of cheap energy, ingenuity and hard work, the United States constructed cities that reached for the sky, the electric grid, not …

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