Author: James Walton

A Time to Reflect; a New Year Ahead of Us

With 2019 now upon us, we are now a new year, with new challenges and experiences waiting for us. In order to plan ahead we do have to look back. Look at what we went through, what we experienced. How we can better plan for those situations. Or even look to see how well we…
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January 11, 2019 0

Involving Kids in Preparedness

Happy New Year! It’s time to get those kids involved in preparedness. How do we do that? Kids are smarter than we give them credit for and we must realize that they can handle a lot more than we think. Kids want to help, they want to get involved, they want to do what you…
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January 11, 2019 0

Prepping and Survival Mentality

What really drives a prepper and their motivations? I am not a big fan of fear driving anything that I do. However, there is a time for most beginner preppers that starts with fear and reaction. However, before lone you begin to pan out from all that worry of what could happen and you start…
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January 11, 2019 0

The New PBN: Interview On The Objective with Steven Menking

A great ally of The Prepper Broadcasting Network, Steven Menking, invited me to talk about the New PBN On The Objective. His show On The Objective is a powerful look at faith and preparedness in the 21st Century. Steven is a young man who places serious value in the ability to read, speak and communicated…
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January 9, 2019 0

First Steps for New Preppers in 2019

This month we are going to look at the first month of the New Year as a time to talk about basics and prepping for beginners. The doors are opening for new preppers like never before. Suddenly major government officials and media outlets are printing articles that make prepping sound like a necessity. They are…
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January 8, 2019 0

First Steps for Preppers in 2019

This month we are going to look at the first month of the New Year as a time to talk about basics and prepping for beginners. The doors are opening for new preppers like never before. Suddenly major government officials and media outlets are printing articles that make prepping sound like a necessity. They are…
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January 3, 2019 1

American Pioneer Tools that Have Survived the Test of Time

If you want to study self reliance on the North American continent the American pioneer is the place to start. While the Native Americans knew a lot about the land and has some great skills, they didn’t have metal until European contact. Metal is and was a very big deal. Metal tools are one of…
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January 2, 2019 0

Daily Habits for the Prepper in 2019

Daily Habits for the Prepper in 2019 Another year gives us another chance to find success and failure. Most people look at the new year as a time to reflect on all the things they screwed up the year before. GOOD! Failure is your friend. I have one of those two part friendship bracelets and…
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January 2, 2019 0

Starting & Maintaining Preparedness Goals

The first episode of Rogue’s Guide to Preparedness on PBN will focus on creating and maintaining preparedness goals. Since we’re dawning into a new year, it’s time to start getting real about your preparedness goals. What could you be doing daily, weekly, monthly, yearly to be better prepared? And how can we make sure we…
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December 28, 2018 0

Daily Habits for the Prepper in 2019

Another year gives us another chance to find success and failure. Most people look at the new year as a time to reflect on all the things they screwed up the year before. GOOD! Failure is your friend. I have one of those two part friendship bracelets and I gave one half to failure. In…
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December 28, 2018 0

Tactical Preparedness Gift Giving

Dr. Jordan Peterson believes that we are put on this earth to carry a load and do the most good we can. I have decided that my load and my channel by which I can do the most good is through inspiring others to improve and prioritize disaster preparedness. Of course, getting people to buy…
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December 22, 2018 0

Solving Human Communications Problems

I agonized over the purchase of an Icom 7300 HF transceiver after a few weeks of surfing different Internet sites, reading reviews, checking prices on various sellers’ websites trying to decide which radio to buy, what features I wanted, new or used, prices, etc. For several weeks before that I studied antenna designs and measured…
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December 20, 2018 0

Finding Cures for Cabin Fever

Finding Cures for Cabin Fever Here we are on the brink of Christmas, the cusp of the new year. The days have nearly reached their shortest point, and the night has reached its longest. Modern convenience has managed to fend off one of the worst psychological threats of winter – Cabin Fever. But when these…
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December 18, 2018 0