Survival and Self-sufficiency
Personal Liberty provides you with the tips and tools you need to prepare for you and your family’s survival in case of a natural disaster or complete economic collapse. Learn to lead a self-sufficient lifestyle without fear of doomsday.
So you want to go solar but you don’t want the expense of hiring a solar panel dealer to handle the entire job? You can save money by purchasing the components online or from a local dealer, then hiring a local contractor or a solar dealer to install them for you. Here’s how.
If you store nothing else for potential emergencies, store water. Without water, you will die. Period. It’s that plain and that simple. So spend a little money and a little bit of time now ensuring that you will have water in the future, come what may.
For the person who wants to get started prepping or improve upon their start, it is important to act while the desired equipment, supplies and opportunities are available. Here are a few steps to take as soon as possible to ensure your greatest chances of staying ahead with prepping:
There could come a time in your life when you are stranded in the wilderness. It’s cold. You’re thirsty. You’re hungry. Really, really hungry.
You might be faced with a choice: Eating insects to provide you with a little protein until either you find your way out or help comes, or feeling very weak and very hungry.
There is a rather insane notion within modern activist movements that self defense represents an abandonment of higher principle. They argue that to fight is to automatically lose, and to prepare for conflict is “extreme.” But self defense may actually be the HIGHEST principle one can value.
Most of us would agree that solar is the way to go when it comes to powering our homes, even if we haven’t yet taken the steps to do that. The savings are significant. But some of us shy away from going solar because of the start-up costs. Here are some tips for going solar at discounted prices.
Naturally fermented foods have vitamins, protein and probiotics, or friendly flora. They are healthy and good for the body. So here’s a recipe for a fermented food that has natural probiotics, providing friendly bacteria in the gut, boosting the immune system and assisting people in staying well.
If a method for securing a variety of locations as well as various-sized elements has worked so well for centuries, doesn’t it seem like it would serve a group well during a survival scenario, regardless of the cause?
The term “gun violence” seems to have been coined by either the anti-gun media or some other anti-gun group in an effort to vilify the tool used to perpetrate violence on another. Somewhere someone said, “If we call it ‘gun violence’ that will make it sound like guns are bad. We should do that.”
As a middle school kid, I spent one of the scariest hours of my life lost in the woods. I wandered away from our family’s campsite and didn’t see another human being for the next 60 minutes. The only people more terrified than me were my parents, who split up and went in different directions calling my name until I heard them.
As my friend, Orrin M. Knutson, points out in his book, Survival 101: How to Bug Out and Survive the First 72 Hours, 150,000 people on average get lost in the woods and wilds overnight or longer annually in America. Even more are stranded or caught in natural disasters. Few are prepared and some of them don’t make it out alive.