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Will We Survive Ebola?

Now what will happen if and when Ebola hits a city near you. After the 1918 pandemic cities and countries didn’t collapse, they carried on, small towns and villages collapsed as people moved away. Life went on, food kept coming in, people didn’t starve they might have gone hungry, basic services kept going. Now with Ebola we hope the same will happen, no major collapse of civilization.

Illinois Concealed Carry Classes – Are They All The Same? 3 Things to Consider

Now that Illinois allows its residents to obtain a License to Carry, applicants must choose how they will fulfill their training requirement. The dirty little secret about Illinois Concealed Carry is that there are almost as many different training classes as there are different instructors. The reason for the lack of uniformity in training classes is that the legal department at the Illinois State Police chose not to approve a specific curriculum.

Ebola and Pandemics: A Prepper’s Guide

While many Preppers tend to be more concerned about a violent societal collapse, it is just as important to be prepared for any type of catastrophe that threatens our families. So thinking about the Ebola virus or another pandemic is not typically at the top of the consciousness of someone who is constantly looking for economic collapse. However, the two are not at all mutually exclusive.

Long Term Water Storage Basics

We have all been busy accumulating our emergency supplies and food storage for the time of need, when an emergency or disaster situation arises. If something should happen such as a big storm or earthquake, economic disruption, pandemic or whatever, you could be on your own for anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. Could you be self-sufficient for 2 months, 6 months or even year! If so, don’t forget the main essential: WATER.

Illinois Concealed Carry License: Getting It Is Only The First Step

With Illinoisans finally being able to get a License to Carry after many years of legal fights, too many people will think that receiving their License in the mail is the end of the road. But those who think this way do so at their own peril. 1) Safety and Responsibility Is Job One The worst thing about being able to carry a loaded gun can often be carrying a loaded gun!

Getting an Illinois Concealed Carry License With the NRA Basic Pistol Course

The training requirement for the Illinois License to Carry is the strictest in the nation. Applicants must undergo, or demonstrate credit for, 16 hours of training. While the first 8 hours of training may be waived for applicants with prior training, every applicant must take the second 8 hours of training.

Ebola Survival Guide: 3 Things You Must Know

As the fear of the Ebola pandemic grows, it is critical that people separate truth from fiction. What can you do to ensure that you and your family are not endangered?

Ebola Scare Is the Dress Rehearsal: This Is a Wake Up Call

Ebola may or may not affect America in a big way this year, but it does expose some of the glaring vulnerabilities we have. The government is demonstrating that, as in the case of Hurricane Katrina, it is woefully unprepared to “keep us safe.” Anyone who thinks that they are not responsible for their own safety and survival is fooling themselves. So what are some quick and easy measures we can take on our own, that cost almost nothing, to give us some peace of mind? This article will start you on the easy path to give you the confidence that the scare-mongers in the press know doesn’t help sell their hyped stories.

Ebola Defense: How to Survive a Quarantine and Pandemic Breakout

Ebola has raised the consciousness of the nation about pandemics. Knowing what to do in the case of a pandemic of any kind is important so that you are not at the mercy of some inept government agency giving you advice and, hopefully, giving you supplies…

What to Do in the First 24 Hours After a Flood

Whether a flood is caused by underground water leakage or due to natural reasons, you need to employ some practices within the first 24 hours after the flood to ensure the safety of your home and family. Here is what you should do as soon as possible: Avoid Risk If the flood was severe enough for you to force you out of your home, be sure that your home is strong enough to welcome you back. Check for warping or cracked foundation elements before entering your house.

3 Tips On Getting Phenomenal Survival Bartering Power

Have you ever thought about what items you’ll use in a survival barter situation? I’ve always thought that it required bag fulls of money.

How To Prevent Fires Caused By Dryers

According to the U.S. fire administration, over 2,900 clothes-dryer fires are reported every year. Most of these fires result due to buildup of lint inside the dryer or inside the pipe that usually vents to the outside. While there are many fires that result from the dryer, the good news is that you can prevent the fires from coming up by doing the following:

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