Tag: neighbors

Emergency Preparedness in the Big City

Emergency Preparedness in the Big City It always pays to be prepared for an emergency situation, but sometimes being prepared for an emergency in the city can be different than being prepared for an emergency in more rural areas. Terrain is a huge factor with big cities, let alone the fact that you are in …

The 2017 Prepper Community

The 2017 Prepper Community James Walton “I Am Liberty” Audio in player below! As we head into another year it’s my duty to batter you with ideas about engaging your community. I truly believe that this is the way to liberation. I think if we can build sustainable and powerful communities across the nation we …

Glen Tate and Communities

Glen Tate and Communities! Host: James Walto “I Am Liberty” It seems that with each passing day we draw further from one another. I have never seen anything like this. In an effort to make sure we all get along, all think alike and all agree we have divided ourselves more than ever. The most …

Community and School!

Community and School! Host: Sam Coffman “The Herbal Medic” In this week’s podcast, join Sam Coffman as he talks about some of the most critical concerns in trying to work with other preppers. To start this topic off, it makes most sense to talk about all of the growth that has happened at Sam’s survival …

Re-root USA!

Re-root USA! Host: James Walton “I Am Liberty” When there is as much corruption in the air that its nearly palpable I often breakdown. When we have no idea what our country will look like in 20 years or how our children will make a living it always helps me to go back to the …

Community preparedness, knowing neighbors!

Community preparedness, a great reason to make that initial contact with your neighbor. I think as a goal, a goal not just to get prepared but to better the American lifestyle we should push to meet a handful of our neighbors before the end of the year. Let’s take it even one step further. In …

Do’s and don’ts in spreading the preparedness mindset!

The tides have turned!  If we look back about one year ago, it was a hard time to be a prepper.  Discussions of impending doom from various scenarios such as the Mayan calendar, Niburu, and a multitude of other world ending nonsense dominated the news, internet, and even the prepper community.  You couldn’t use the …

Expectations of yourself and that of others!

Expectations. It’s been an ugly week and I attribute many of the problems in my world to the lack of expectations put on people. Great relationships, great businesses run with help of expectations from those involved. So why don’t we expect things from our fellow Americans. I have said before I expect the Muslim religion …

If you’re not OUTRAGED, you’re not paying ATTENTION

Some years ago, I spotted a bumper sticker that read “If you’re not OUTRAGED, you’re not paying ATTENTION”. It was of course a statement directed towards the mechanisms of politics. It has stuck within my mind, and I believe opened my eyes a bit wider to hidden agendas I perceive to be present within that …

The original Prepared Canadian!

The Canadian Preppers Network has been up and running for several years now but in the beginning it was a lonely place to visit to say the least. Lack of volunteers and members to the blog and forum made for very little content and because of this, activity from users was non existent. My son, …

Dealing with trying times ahead on The Homestead Honey Hour!

On this show of the Homestead Honey Hour, Noreen will be taking the wheel and bringing on a heavy topic.  Have you been paying attention?  Our world is turning topsy turvy.  From turmoil in the middle east to trouble on the home front, we are facing trying times here in America and across the world.   …

Community Involvement

Gman, db cox, and the mom all join Doug in a lively discussion on community involvement.  All involved talked about the role your neighbors will and must have in an SHTF scenario. Some great ideas were passed around on how to break the ice within the community or at the very least with close neighbors …