Active Shootings Are Just This Fast

I am just not the type of person who can allow innocence to be destroyed by evil.  But, in order for me to successfully help my fellow man, I feel that it is completely necessary to be very well trained in how to handle extreme situations. If you wish to become proficient at protecting your …

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Homemade Cleaners to Detox Your Home

Keep toxins out of your home and save money with safe, effective homemade cleaners. By Kim Erickson Nothing feels as comforting and welcoming as a tidy, well-tended home. But a clean home isn’t necessarily a healthy one. As you peruse the cleaning aisle’s furniture polishes, air fresheners, carpet deodorizers and stain removers, you may realize …

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10 Survival Skills Your Great-Grandparents Knew (That Most Of Us Have Forgotten)

[repost: http://www.offthegridnews.com/extreme-survival/10-survival-skills-your-great-grandparents-knew-that-most-of-us-have-forgotten/%5D Written by: Rich M Our modern society is highly dependent upon we’ll call the “system.” Not only do we rely upon utility services to bring us electricity, water and natural gas, but also on an incredibly complex supply chain which provides us with everything from food to computers. Without that supply chain, most …

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Mass Shooting Survival Guide

[reposted: By Mark, SurvivalCache-com] Mass Shooting Survival Guide It seems that the term “Active Shooter” is now a common and unfortunate term in our society.  Madmen and terrorists have taken advantage of our open and trusting society, twisting our 2nd amendment rights for their perverted intent on causing murder and mayhem with mass shootings.  Where …

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Farmhouse Cheddar for Beginners

Farmhouse Cheddar By Ricki Carroll Ingredients: 2 gallons whole milk  (You can use raw milk or store-bought) 1 packet direct set mesophilic starter or 4 ounces prepared mesophilic starter 1/2 teaspoon liquid rennet (or 1/2 rennet tablet) diluted in 1/4 cup cool, unchlorinated water 1 tablespoon cheese salt Cheese wax (optional) [repost: http://blog.cheesemaking.com/farmhouse-cheddar-beginners/%5D Directions: 1. …

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7 Critical Concealed Carry Skills That Will Keep You Alive

Written by: Terry Nelson Most people who apply for a concealed carry permit fail to take into consideration that effective concealed carry is actually a lifestyle change. Approximately 80 percent of the licensed students I work with report that they usually don’t carry on a daily basis. Most say they carry only in their vehicle …

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How to survive a mass shooting… flee, hide, bite, spit, cover, shoot back, play dead and more

by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger [Repost: NaturalNews] As a concealed carry permit holder trained in handgun combat, I've learned more than a few things about surviving an encounter with armed shooters. In this two-part audio series, I share valuable, practical advice on how you can survive active shooting scenarios, with or without your own …

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Hatching Your Own Chicks

[ reposted from my Cappers Farmer blog: http://www.cappersfarmer.com/blogs/falcos-poultry.aspx ] Hatching out your own chicks using an incubator can initially seem to be a daunting task.  My preference is to allow hens to hatch their own chicks, but you may want to use an incubator until you have a few great broody hens willing to do …

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Immune Boosters: Elderberry, Echinacea, Garlic and Oregano

by Susan Melgren Whether by good genes or a childhood of eating food off the floor, I have a fairly strong immune system. I get truly sick only once a year—and it’s usually this time of year. The worst of the cold and flu season might be behind us, but I’m still keeping an eye …

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Licorice-Ginger Throat Soothers

Make Throat Soothers: Licorice-Ginger Pills Combine the powers of licorice and ginger with these tasty Licorice-Ginger Pills. This homemade remedy is tasty and soothing for those with sore throats. By Rosemary Gladstar   This tasty and soothing Licorice-Ginger Pills recipe is for singers and those with sore throats. • 2 tablespoons Licorice Root powder • …

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