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.
Harvard professor Henry Gates was allegedly the victim of police harassment as he tried to force his way back into his own home in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
A group of concerned Americans exercised their First Amendment Rights yesterday in Chicago, Illinois to protest an Islamic conference in the Oak Lawn region of the city.
A recent poll conducted via telephone by the Washington Post and ABC news found that fewer Americans are lending their support to President Obama’s healthcare reform plans.
According to a newly published report, with the caloric needs of the global population expected to rise by 50 percent in the next 40 years, better planning and investment in global agriculture are becoming critical.
The Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) recently published a report that questions the government’s commitment to overhauling the existing policies.
There are two dimensions of modern warfare. One is the old war machine, where the prizes and prestige go to the one with the biggest and most guns. The other is seductively esoteric. Read this article to learn the second dimension of modern warfare…
A faulty pool drain cover can lead to serious injuries, and the beginning of the summer season is a good time to review basic safety measures that pool-owners should keep in mind to avoid a disaster.
In the wake of recent airplane accidents, many people will ask themselves if it is possible to survive similar crashes. Fortunately, experts are saying passengers who keep in mind several basic survival strategies have a high likelihood of survival.
Mindful of the potential of the recession to compound hurricane damage, experts are warning Americans against saving on upgrades or putting off protecting their property.
Grocery store shelves in the United States are full and most Americans are still able to fill their shopping carts. But in Latvia, Dickensian scenes of destitution are becoming commonplace. To understand what Latvia and the U.S. have in common and learn how to make sure your family has plenty to eat in the future, read this article…