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2015 was a record-setting year for the Federal Register, according to numbers the Competitive Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C., released Wednesday.

This year’s daily publication of the federal government’s rules, proposed rules and notices amounted to 81,611 pages as of Wednesday, higher than last year’s 77,687 pages and higher than the all-time high of 81,405 pages in 2010 — with … Read the rest

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Four two months this summer (July 15 – Sept 15, the U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) will be conducting ‘’realistic’’ military training operations known as Jade Helm 15 in 7 of the South Western U.S. states. The following states that the operations will be ‘’exercised’’ in will be California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico and last but not least … Read the rest

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Four hundred square miles of a massive underground complex has been identified in the Ural Mountains.

The Russians have never stopped making preparations for nuclear war in which most Americans are oblivious to. Meanwhile, our US government just sits back and does NOTHING to prepare their very own citizens from such an attack. Our government assumption seems to be … Read the rest

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Its easy for so-called preppers to get complacent when martial law, wartime conditions, and full-fledge police state policies are expected but have not come to fruition. Nobody particularly desires a complete societal breakdown. But completely re-embracing that former Pollyanna lifestyle will leave you with your proverbial pants down when the SHTF.

It’s not a death knell to let your guard … Read the rest

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Look at the headline and tell me if there is something in the question above that stands out to you? Yes there is. President Obama worries more about the threat of a nuclear device exploding in a major American city than foreign threats like Russia and North Korea.  Seem odd to you?  Well, it should.  I wonder if the ‘’government’’ … Read the rest

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The good thing about prepping is that it’s less important why you do it. Rather, it’s more about how.Planning ahead is always wise, whether you’re expecting the End of Times, a zombie apocalypse, some degree of political turmoil, or just a big snowstorm heading your way that might knock out power for a few days.Whatever the case, it’s all about … Read the rest