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The Urban Homestead: Your Guide to Self-Sufficient Living in the Heart of the City – Book Review

There are many books available that claim to cover the topic of self-sufficiency, but many fail to cover this topic adequately. However, The Urban homestead is a book that is informative and relevant on the topic of homesteading. Unlike most other homesteading books this doesn’t try to inform the reader of ways to recreate a homestead that isn’t modern. For example, many other homesteading guides often try to teach readers how to recreate nineteenth century homesteads that are not possible in today’s times.

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The Backyard Homestead – Book Review

Anyone interested in farming, raising livestock, or growing their own food could learn something from the book The Backyard Homestead. Whether you have 1/4 acre of land or a vast expanse of space to work with, homesteading is possible almost anywhere. From tiny seedlings up through dairy cows, author Carleen Madigan gives advice and how-to information on a variety of everyday small-scale farming operations. Suburban gardeners and novice working farm owners alike can learn about the skills and resources needed for any size farm.

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Basic Butchering of Livestock & Game – Book Review

Those individuals that are interested in homesteading should know that it is very important to know how to go about butchering livestock and any possible game that you might encounter.  If you are serious about butchering then you have to make sure that you are getting this book.  You will never be in the dark again.

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Henson Ong at Gun Violence Prevention Public Hearing

You know we’re in trouble when it takes an immigrant to tell the government what our own constitution actually means… Henson Ong is right on the money with his presentation and we think everyone should watch this! Share this with everyone you know!

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THE SAS+ SECURITY HANDBOOK Review

In the SAS+ SECURITY HANDBOOK the insight and expertise that has made the SAS respected throughout the world has now been applied to every aspect of personal security:

  • SECURITY IN THE HOME
  • SECURITY IN THE STREET
  • SECURITY IN THE CAR
  • SECURITY ABROAD
  • GAP YEAR TRAVEL
  • TERRORISM
  • BUSINESS SECURITY
  • WORKING IN HOSTILE REGIONS

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The 3 Unseen Dangers in your Food Stockpile…

Stockpile, Hoard, Stash, Cache. No matter what you choose to call it, storing an ample food supply is an essential part of any survival plan. No surprise there right? When disaster strikes, grocery stores are stripped down to nothing but rows and rows of empty shelves in a matter of hours. So yeah. No surprises there. But what will surprise you is just how dangerous it is to depend on even the best stockpile… hoard… stash… or cache…

 

Because no matter what you call it, if that is the end all answer to your food supply, you are putting your family at risk for starvation. Let me fill you in on exactly why this is, and exactly what you can do about it:

 

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The SAS+ SECURITY HANDBOOK – the ultimate guide to keeping yourself safe at home and overseas

The security tricks and techniques of the SAS are revealed in an essential new book that will help readers to stay safe – wherever and whoever they are. The SAS+ Security Handbook is a must-read, packed with survival advice that is practical, simple to implement and could save your life.

 

Written by renowned ex-SAS security expert Andrew Kain, this 230-page handbook (available as both a paperback and digital download) provides the most reliable, authoritative and respected security information on the market.

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A Modern Famine? It’s Closer Than You Think

Wait… a famine? Yes. And the threat is much more real than you would have imagined. The idea of a worldwide famine in these modern times may at first seem far-fetched but the truth I’m about to share will change your mind of that forever. You don’t need to go farther than the pages of recent history for ABSOLUTE PROOF that a debilitating food shortage is not only likely, but may in fact be just around the corner.

 

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