Craig Fugate on the 2010 Hurricane season

November 29, 2010 No.: HQ-10-223 FEMA Public Affairs: 202-646-3272 News Release Statement from FEMA Administrator Fugate on the end of the 2010 Atlantic Hurricane Season WASHINGTON – The Administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Craig Fugate, issued the following statement today on the 2010 Atlantic Hurricane Season, which officially ends tomorrow. The season began […]

We Are a Christian Nation

Over the last several decades we have seen a general decline in all aspects of these United States of America. We are losing our unity, our wealth, our power, and our standing as the foremost leader in the cause of freedom in the world. And lately, we have seen that decline occur at an exponential […]

Your Survival Pyramid

The SaWaFo Pyramid: I’ve mentioned the SaWaFo pyramid many times in my discourses on preparedness and survival ideology and to my mind this little tool should be considered central to all of your planning for the future, as well as immediate needs. Why? Simply for this one reason; if you lose any one of the […]

FEMA Says Prevent Fires This Thanksgiving

November 23, 2010 No: HQ-10-221 Contact: FEMA News Desk Phone: 202-646-3272 News Release     FEMA: PREVENT FIRES THIS THANKSGIVING WASHINGTON- As our nation comes together to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and its United States Fire Administration (USFA) would like to remind all residents to Put a Freeze on […]

Tin Cans and Camp Cooking for Survival

As the world continues to tailspin into whatever kind of crash is coming, you may find that you’ll have to make a run for it, in spite of all your preparedness planning. For instance, suppose the crash has come, but you’re not worried because you are safely ensconced in a carefully planned twenty acre homestead […]

Smart Meters and your Preparedness Planning

How will the new Smart Meter scam affect your plans for the future? Smart meters have become the cause célèbre so to speak with the utility supply companies over the last few years. There are several reasons for this new fad to take on the life it has achieved, and in some respects rightly so. […]

Surviving America’s Aging Infrastructure

Wharton published a great piece the other day regarding the slow collapse of our infrastructure today. It brought to mind a long festering point regarding those of us who are foolish enough to believe that we can survive and thrive in an urban environment should the so called ultimate melt down occur. It’s amazing how […]