Archive for Survival
A Giant Appears and Don’t Lose Focus!
With the excitement of two stories I have before me I’ve decided to put them together starting off with “A Giant Appears” followed by “Don’t Lose Focus“. I have no doubts both will peak your interest.
“A Giant Appears” In confinement there are certain creatures whose growth are determined by the space allowed in its habitat. Giants will reach a certain size and for survival purposes the growth of the beast will cease or it finds a way out. Fortunately for those that know and have grown to love this giant I write about, it is refusing to be contained and has found an escape. Read More→
Your Survival Mechanism
Host: James Walton “I Am Liberty”
On this edition of I Am Liberty I would like to talk about your survival mechanism tonight. Not the survival instinct but the day to day mechanism that allows you to get through each day. You have one whether you know it or not. I have seen how you drive when you don’t have your macchiato in the morning. The fact is in order to get through each day we have certain things we need to do, say, have that allow us to be …..normal. This is our survival mechanism. Read More→
Evacuation to Tips & Tricks from WWII!
In this first broadcast Denob asks the questions; Do you have what it takes to survive an evacuation at a moment’s notice? What would you be left with if your home were destroyed by fire or a tornado? There can be any number of disasters that can force you to leave your home without the time to think. What if you needed to get home from work after disaster strikes? Will you be ready to care for your kids or pets? Read More→
Efficiency & Productivity!
Host: Lynna “The Other Side… A Preppers Path”
Assistance Groups: You scratch my back I’ll scratch yours! Mutual Assistance Groups aka MAG’s are the epitome of this old saying with a lot more to boot. What are Mutual Assistance Groups, Mutual Assistance Associations or a host of other names? What can a MAG do for you or not. The term when searched on line brings up a bevy of entries, 2,980,000 on one search engine alone. That’s a lot of information to digest.
Mutual Assistance is a term used in many areas of living, our electric companies and other entities wishing to work together for reasons such as economic, efficiency and productivity often form these types of alliances. But wait, we are talking about personal preparing, what does a MAG have to do with us? The prepping community began talking about and forming MAG’s around 2010 and some probably much earlier, as many saw the handwriting on the wall in that if and when it all hits the fan, no one is an island as they say, no one person can do it all, can cover all the skills. It is a proven fact organized well; there is power and safety in numbers. So surviving and preparing folk embraced the concept of Mutual Assistance Groups. MAG’s come in all sizes and personalities, how do you sort it all out. Read More→
Chickens, raising your own!
Host: MHPGardener “Best of Prepper Broadcasting”
With the cost of eggs and chicken in the stores, and the uncertainty of exactly where they came from or what they have been fed, I’d like to start raising my own chickens. But unlike gardening, I know very little about chickens. I know barbecue wings with ranch dressing make a great snack. And I know that I don’t like my yolks runny. Beyond that, I’m clueless. I have so many questions. What breed is best for egg layers? What breed is best for meat? What is the best method for raising them…free range or a coop? How well do the chicken tractors work? Are there any foods that a chicken shouldn’t eat? How do you take care of them in the winter? I could do some research online and maybe get some answers. But I’d prefer to hear from someone with first-hand experience. Read More→
Bugging Out Realistically
Host: Denob “The Prepared Canadian”
How many times have you looked into gearing up your bug out bag? Have you ever planned on escaping the Mad Max type scenario by living off the land somewhere in the middle of nowhere? Do you have the feeling that a complete societal collapse is looming just around the corner? If so, then this is just the show for you. No, I’m not going all doom and gloom this week, but rather I plan on dealing with a big dose of reality. Read More→
A growing number of preparedness items that the typical prepper has in their kits are run by batteries. From Iphones to AM/FM radios to ham HT’s and flashlights, these low power devices need juice. There are several ways to keep them charged, either with their built in batteries or with rechargeable NiMH cells. So just what is the best way to keep the power up in all those devices? Read More→
The Human Path School – what is it all about?
Host: Sam Coffman “The Human Path”
Sam Coffman has been teaching survival-related concepts for over 25 years. Six years ago he founded The Human Path, a school that combines an unbelievably wide breadth of information and is taught by over a dozen instructors with over 200 years of combined military and civilian experience. The school is founded on vision and principle, and is not your ordinary, run-of-the mill “survival school.” Read More→
Scrumptious Bugs with Tiny Farms & More!
Host: Todd and Nick “We Grow Ours”
What is it about the thought of eating bugs or insects that cures the hunger pains of most of us? Millions of people across the globe dine on delectable insects as a routine. This has been and still is a prime source of sustenance for many and there are many insects considered a delicacy. Join us tonight for first the airing on Prepper Broadcasting of “We Grow Ours”. This first show should be an eye opener that may squelch your appetite but will surly give you food for thought. Read More→
Well-Appointed Prepper Homestead
Host: Renee “The Homestead Honey Hour”
What you need . . . . as well as what’s just nice to have
The line between homesteading and prepping can be a blurry one. As a matter of course, prepping often leads to homesteading. After all, being able to provide for yourself and your family on a sustainable, renewable level moves a person ever closer to independence and self-reliance – the ultimate prepping! To this end, it’s important to have both a knowledge base and various skill sets. But just as important to success or failure on the homestead are the tools one has at their disposal. Some “stuff” is absolutely necessary. Other equipment, while making tasks more manageable and your life a whole lot easier, aren’t really necessary and can be purchased later on, as finances permit. Read More→