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Across the nation, police departments are attempting to take predictive crime prevention to the next level by creating fake Facebook accounts to gather information …

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One hour before midnight on the evening of July 8, 1962, a 1.44 megaton thermonuclear bomb was detonated 900 miles from Honolulu at an …

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Sometimes the most common, everyday items can be the most useful. We suggest you include dental floss on your list of must-have (and cheap) …

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The Glock 19 is without a doubt, one of America’s favorite weapons when it comes to personal and professional defense. Extremely reliable, functional appearance, …

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Gun Watch Blog has compiled quite an impressive list of mass shootings over the years that have either been stopped or minimized because of …

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More than 30 million Americans are currently taking an antidepressant on purpose. It turns out, the rest of us may be taking these drugs …

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We’ve discussed in various posts the essential items that you should be carrying in your survival packs or bugout bags, but this is the …

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Mark 2017 down in the tornado record books – we’re off to a rough¬†and windy start, folks. As of April 17, 570 tornadoes have …

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Hacker, Gary McKinnon, who faced a ten year legal battle after allegedly breaking into NASA computers, shares what he uncovered. McKinnon is a Scottish …

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I’ll admit it – I’m a sucker for a good DIY project and this bare bones (but effective) solar furnace is a great one. …

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Our nomination for “Boss of the Year” goes to Georgia businessman Lance Toland, who required all of his employees to get their concealed carry …

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Animal tracking is a past-time that goes all the way back to our prehistoric brothers and sisters. The practice of tracking usually focuses on …

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When the lights go out in the world, what do you think will happen with the 2.3 million criminals currently in American prisons? I …

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I’ve found that the television show, The Walking Dead, divides people into two groups – those that love it and those that just don’t …

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One of the United States’ biggest vulnerabilities is our interlocking, interdependent system of electrical grids. We’ve learned many times in the past, how a …

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I can remember my grandma’s basement like it was yesterday – row after row of canned food – it seemed like enough to last …

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Seismologists have issued a terrifying warning: If the North Korea’s continue their repeated nuclear tests an eruption of their highest mountai, Mount Paekdu, could …

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Since 2006, administrative agencies – including the EPA and the EFA – have spent an excess of $71 million stocking up on items like …