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Family Vacation & Still Prepping

Family Vacation & Still Prepping
Host: James Walton “I Am Liberty” Audio in player below!

Family Vacation & Still PreppingI know we dedicate a lot of time and money to prepping and survival but I am a firm believer in balance. I think as important as it is to be prepared it’s just as important to hit the road and go on vacation. That said, you still need to be prepared on the road. Of course, things can go terribly wrong and you must have a plan to either get home to safety or find safety Continue reading Family Vacation & Still Prepping

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Is Your Home SHTF Ready?

Is Your Home SHTF Ready?
Host: Highlander “Survival & Tech Preps “ Audio in player below!

Is Your Home SHTF Ready?Is your home SHTF ready? We will find this out and perhaps give you a few ideas of what you could do or expect if you’re not “Home Ready”. With the growing threat of everyday random violence even the best among us can go bad in desperate times. Take a father who has a starving child, he may take what you have, plunder and perhaps kill to feed that child. Continue reading Is Your Home SHTF Ready?

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Taking your Home Back!

Taking your Home Back!
Host: James Walton “I Am Liberty” Audio in player below!

Taking your Home BackIf you have lived through a terrifying survival situation the disaster itself could only be the beginning. This is especially true in urban areas. Are you prepared to be under siege by multiple attackers in your home? You may or may not. What fighting has taught me, whether we are talking about muay thai or Brazilian jiu jitsu, you never really know the direction of a physical altercation. Whether it involves guns or Continue reading Taking your Home Back!

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“Home” Considerations for getting there!

“Home” Considerations for getting there!

HomeWith so much focus on bugging in and out scenarios, I feel that not a lot is being said about those crucial moments when disaster strikes and you’re away from home. When you’re away from your preps, your bug out bag and your stockpile, things will be that much tougher. In what follows I want to give you a few common sense tips that go beyond Continue reading “Home” Considerations for getting there!

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Winter Ready

Winter Ready
Host: James and Mike “Survival Punk”

Winter Ready 1219121428aThis week the main topic is being winter ready. Winter is coming fast this year. James and Mike have some tips to be ready for it. How to keep your home warm. How to save some money this winter. The main places you will be are either in your home or car. Both have challenges to keeping warm. We cover all aspects of being winter ready. Continue reading Winter Ready

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Survivalpunk & Prepper Recon on Security

Survivalpunk & Prepper Recon on Security

Security Prepper ReconJoin James and Mike with Special guest mark Goodwin from the site Preperrecon and new book Retreat Security and Small Unit Tactics.  Mark Goodwin is a Christian constitutional author and the host of the popular Prepper Recon Podcast which interviews patriots, preppers and economists each week on PrepperRecon.com to help people prepare for the coming economic collapse. Continue reading Survivalpunk & Prepper Recon on Security

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Urban Survival (Bugging In)

Urban Survival (Bugging In) Revisited
Sam Coffman

Urban Survival TeachingMuch of the hype around preparedness and urban survival focuses on the concept of the “bug-out” bag and its various incarnations; and why not?  It’s a much simpler concept to wrap one’s head around than all the preparation involved in setting up your home as the spot you intend to stay in a post-disaster or even post-SHTF scenario. We teach bug-out scenarios, caches, escape and evasion and much more related to bugging out at my survival school – The Human Path – and it is important to know the full range of skills and equipment and realities around every aspect of bugging out. Continue reading Urban Survival (Bugging In)

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Preparedness Skills and Topics for the Individual, Home, and the Neighborhood!

Skills GardensToday’s podcast is a culmination of several topics that are in response to several emails about my previous podcasts and articles. All of these email subjects can be tied together, however, under the topic of “Preparedness Skills.” I start this podcast by discussing some of the different methods that we learn important skills – and by this I am even referring to simple skills and knowledge such as what kinds of foods to can, dry canning vs. wet canning, the difference between short-range and long-range foods, etc.

9-4HerbalMedic2Thanks to the internet, we can get an amazing amount of information through articles, youtube, podcasts, blogs and so forth. In addition to that, there are of course thousands of books on any and all of the subjects surrounding the concepts of preparedness.

Is that enough? Or is it necessary to go to classes at a school to learn this information? What does a school give you that you can’t just get on your own? And if do want to attend a school, how do you go about finding one that actually fits exactly what your needs are so that you don’t waste any of your money?

Taking the skills from the individual to the family and community level, I talk about some very important concepts related to prepping around the home and neighborhood. Forest gardening, medicinal and food gardening, home and neighborhood defense, the “culture of community,” and how this helps create a stronger, more resilient force against those who would take what they want if there were no more rule of law on the streets.
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Sam Coffman sam@thehumanpath.com
Blog:  http://blog.mysanantonio.com/samcoffman/
Podcast:  http://thehumanpath.podbean.com/
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Barbed Wire, Barricades, and Bunkers!

AmyJoePodcast 125x93On the Doom and Bloom Hour tonight, Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy welcome F.J. Bohan, an expert and author of “Barbed Wire, Barricades, and Bunkers: The Free Citizen’s Guide to Fortifying the Home Retreat”.

Nurse Amy interviews F.J. as he explores the benefits of fortifying your home with all kinds of proven techniques! How to stay on a budget and creative ways to stay safe if times of trouble head our way.

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Home schooling, questions and answers with those that do!

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   Homeschooling.   If you’re a parent – especially a parent who preps, homesteads, or both — chances are you’ve thought about homeschooling.   Maybe you’re homeschooling already.  

      You’re not alone.   There’s more joining the homeschooling camp every year.    The National Center for Education Statistics reports 1.7 percent of kids were home schooled in 1999, 2.2 percent in 2003, and 2.9 percent in 2007.     In 2011, that figure was at 4 percent.   If you crunch the numbers that means the rate of growth in homeschooling is steadily increasing:   It increased 29% between 1999 and 2003, jumped to 36% between 2003 and 2007, and between 2007 and 2011, came in just under a 39% growth rate. Listen to this show in player provided—–> Continue reading Home schooling, questions and answers with those that do!

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