Join us this Sunday for a full thirty minutes of The Surreal news! Where our host Doug brings you the news that the “Main stream media” would rather not have you hear…. The stuff that they bury on page 56. The life is stranger than fiction stories, that make you wonder, if you are still living in the same world. Are you becoming certifiably insane? Or, have you simply entered the realm of…The Surreal News??? Listen to this show in player below!
National Preparedness Month is a wrap with “The Prepper Folks“. Join us as we fix our eyes on lawlessness, rioting and government intrusion. Greece is in flames. Spain is in pain. America’s bubble is about to be burst. From the Arab spring into an uncertain fall, will it sow a winter of discontent for the rest of the west while the rest of the world tries to stifle the rights of the US. Your rights are about to be left behind. Are your ready?
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In our hurried lives, there never seems to be enough time or money for Prepping. Still, prepping is a very important part of our future and most of us realize the need to take care of ourselves rather than be dependent on others. Getting our whole family on board sounds easier than it is. Join Deb and a few guests this week, talking about three important topics:
1. Ideas parents use to teach their children without the fear
2. Finding the time and money to Prep
3. Using our preps now
This week on “Common Sense Prepping“, Deb and guests will be discussing some common sense ways we can prepare now. We will share a few simple ideas to get us on the road and stay on the road while we have the chance. Deb invites new Preppers to come on the show and share what concerns them. Deb also encourages more experienced Preppers to join in with their knowledge and experience.
Preppers Versus HomesteaderPrepper or Homesteader? Is there a difference between them? Is one better than the other? Does it matter? Can you be both? In my opinion, the answer to all these questions is a resounding, “Yes!” Let’s dive into the nuances between a prepper and a homesteader on “The Homestead Honey Hour“. We’ll discuss what separates the prepper from the homesteader as well as what makes us the same. I’ll explain why leaning towards a homesteading mindset has its distinct advantages over that of a prepper. See how changing your approach from one of prepping to one of homesteading can not only get you off the endless, prepping treadmill, but move you into an even better position of self-reliance than just prepping alone. Sometimes, this change involves something subtle but significant towards long-term survival and/or self-reliance. For example, a prepper might have a vacuum-sealed can of heirloom seeds stashed away that he ordered off the internet. The homesteader also has a stash of heirloom seeds stored- but they’re likely seeds saved from a previous harvest. So, both prepper and homesteader have seeds put away. Both may garden already. But the homesteader has taken it a step further in saving seeds he has chosen and grown himself, has had success with already, knows he likes, and has removed himself from being dependent on an outside source for seeds each season. Of course, let’s not throw out the baby with the bath water: Prepping practices can be of benefit to the homesteader too, which we’ll also discuss too often the homesteader is reluctant to embrace prepping and this is a mistake IMHO and I’ll tell you why. So tune in to the HHH show to discuss this intriguing, (maybe a bit controversial?) topic of prepping versus homesteading and add your input. Listen to this show in player below!
Because of technical difficulties this episode had to be cancelled. We will try and reschedule this guest speaker at a later date. We are very sorry for ant inconvenience.
Let’s take a look at home security on “The Other Side…A Preppers Path“. Is your home secure? Furthermore is your home location conducive to your safety regarding economical, biological or political threat? Are you living in a locale that aids you or places roadblocks in your quest for preparedness and safety? These are questions we often neglect to ask during times that appear relatively easy with peace and prosperity appearing the norm. The question? Are times really peaceful and prosperous? The reality is the probability of any number of potential threats to our safety and well being is real and growing daily. The fact is our country is already facing a labor crisis how long till we all feel the effects on the inflow of food and other necessities? Labor crisis begets economic crisis or vice versa, your pension, investments and other guaranteed income is in question. What about natural disaster or social chaos? Does your community have the resources and plans to help you face these threats? Join The Other Side of a Preppers Path as Lynna talks with reputed speaker, author and political scientist Joel Skousen. Specializing in the philosophy of law and Constitutional theory, Joel, a highly acclaimed designer of high security, self- sufficient residences and retreats worldwide and developer of contingency retreat plans for those living in a large city has answers. Join the show, ask the hard questions and find solutions. Thursday September 27th 7pm eastern. Go to home page for live listen and interactive chat tonight 6:00pm/Central
Seeing the forest for the trees on Prepping With GoatHollow! All of our lives it seems, we’ve been subjected to a steady stream of someone else’s agenda. We’re constantly under a barrage of advertising that tries to convince us that we aren’t happy if we don’t rush out and buy the newest, latest, and greatest thing at the store. We’re told that we only have a certain choice of who we vote for, to lead us in the political arena. In our “Prepper” community, we’re supposed to be enlightened. We’re supposed to be able to see through the “BS”, but we often don’t, we can’t see the forest for the trees. Listen to this enlightening show in player below.