U.S. Has Plans To Evacuate 230,000 Citizens; North Korea Detains American, Threatens To Sink Ship

War talk between the United States and North Korea continued to escalate in recent days as a U.S. aircraft carrier headed to the Korean peninsula. “Our revolutionary forces are combat-ready to sink a U.S. nuclear-powered aircraft carrier with a single strike,” an editorial in the Rodong Simnun Read More »

How to Make German Bacon

I cook a lot of German and Scandinavian food. It fascinates me how little we Americans really know about this food, or at least its potential. Neither cuisine is necessarily heavy, brown and boring. But they do rely heavily on smoked meats, like bacon. I looked around Read More »

3 Reasons To Carry A Full-Sized Pistol Instead Of A Compact One

Concealed carry is a big responsibility, but before you can begin “packing heat,” you first need to select the right pistol. The decision, of course, can be intimidating. There are an abundance of different guns to choose from, ranging from tiny pocket pistols to big full-sized firearms. Read More »

5 Root Cellar Alternatives That Are Low-Cost And Easy-To-Make

During the summer there is nothing better than picking fruits and vegetables from your garden and then enjoying them at your dinner table that evening. The taste, freshness and convenience cannot be beat. But how can you continue to enjoy fresh homegrown produce when they’re not in Read More »

5 Old Wives’ Tales That Are Actually True (Yes, Green Potatoes DO Kill)

For centuries, grandmothers everywhere have given us advice on what is good to eat, what isn’t good to eat, when it will rain, and even what sex your baby will be. In the same way that your grandmother passed on to you the family’s best biscuit recipe Read More »

The Cholesterol-Lowering ‘Weed’ Hidden In Your Yard

It grows everywhere, and it’s persistent in its growing. But many homeowners rip the plant out of their gardens, yards and walkways without a second thought. It is purslane. You may not even know its name, yet you certainly have seen it growing. This little weed, though, actually is a beneficial herb. It is native to Asia, popular in the Mediterranean, and is a typical hot-weather herb. It does not like frost, an

U.S. Has Plans To Evacuate 230,000 Citizens; North Korea Detains American, Threatens To Sink Ship

War talk between the United States and North Korea continued to escalate in recent days as a U.S. aircraft carrier headed to the Korean peninsula. “Our revolutionary forces are combat-ready to sink a U.S. nuclear-powered aircraft carrier with a single strike,” an editorial in the Rodong Simnun threatened. It is the official newspaper of the North Korean Workers’ (Communist) Party. The warning added that the a

The Perennial Garden: 8 Vegetables You Can Plant Once And Enjoy Forever

If you are the type of gardener who likes to grow vegetables but rarely has time to plan and plant a garden, a perennial vegetable garden may be a good choice for your lifestyle. There are vegetables you can plant once, then never have to plant again. You can have your garden, but with less effort than usual. Some planning is needed for best results. Try to pick a sunny site for the garden and prepare the soil so i

North Korea Warns It Will ‘Wipe America Off The Face Of The Earth’

North Korea has warned it will wipe the US ‘off the face of the Earth’ as well as accusing America of planning a chemical weapons attack. In a new report published by state media today, the country’s totalitarian regime has claimed Donald Trump’s administration is plotting an ‘unprecedented disaster’ on the nation. Authorities in the country say they will not remain a ‘passive onlooker’ and that th

Ukraine, Korea, Syria, Iran… Falsifying History Is Uncle Sam’s Way To War

Russian President Vladimir Putin addressed the International Arctic Forum this week on the real and present dangers from falsifying history. He said such deliberate distortion of history erodes international law and order, creating chaos and leading to further conflict. The Russian leader deplored the use of history as an «ideological weapon» to demonize others, and he said that without proper understanding of

Cyber Attack Fears As MULTIPLE CITIES HIT With Simultaneous Power Grid Failures: Shockwave Of Delays In San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York

The U.S. power grid appears to have been hit with multiple power outages affecting San Francisco, New York and Los Angeles. Officials report that business, traffic and day-to-day life has come to a standstill in San Francisco, reportedly the worst hit of the three major cities currently experiencing outages. Power companies in all three regions have yet to elaborate on the cause, though a fire at a substation was t

15 Reasons to Prep Even If Doomsday Never Arrives

After the stock market crash in 2008, many preppers warned that doomsday was imminent and that people should prepare while they still can. But doomsday never arrived. In fact, over the last few years things have gradually improved. The stock market is higher than ever, and unemployment is way down.   Because of this, some people are starting to get a little smug, saying things such as, “Looks like all that prepp

How to Fry and Fix Your Morel Mushrooms

Morel mushrooms are a delicious outdoor delicacy. Fry them up for a tasty meal that you won’t regret. If you haven’t had fresh fried morel mushrooms in the spring, you just haven’t lived. From all the natural organic meals I have throughout the year from my adventures and hunts, mushrooms is always the ones I look forward to the most. Unfortunately, I don’t find near as many as I would like, but thanks to

BREAKING NEWS: Two Kalashnikov-wielding terrorists kill one police officer and wound another in attack on Paris’s Champs Elysees

A policeman was killed this evening following a shooting in the French capital  Another officer was seriously wounded and the attacker was eventually shot   World famous avenue which is popular with tourists was on lockdown by 9pm A police officer was shot dead and another seriously wounded by two Kalashnikov-wielding gunmen on the Champs Elysees in central Paris tonight. French police said that the incident w

Vegetable Gardening for Beginners Tips on Where, How, and When to Grow a Vegetable Garden

Here’s our quick guide for the beginner vegetable gardener. Whether you’re a beginner or an old hand, planting in a pot or a plot, this advice will help you to plan and grow your tastiest vegetables ever. Why garden? If you’ve never tasted garden-fresh vegetables (lots of people haven’t!), you will be amazed by the sweet, juicy flavors and vibrant textures. There’s absolutely nothing like them, especia

5 Brilliant Homestead Hacks Grandma Never Taught Us

If your grandmother was anything like mine, it seemed like there was nothing she couldn’t do. She could sew just about everything, grow just about anything, and seemed to know just about everything! This is because my grandmother raised children during the Great Depression. She learned to make things herself … or do without! She passed some of these skills on to my mother, and I picked up a few myself, but I wa

Great Depression Soup: The Recipe You Better Save For Hard Times

My parents were just toddlers when the Great Depression burst into their lives. It forever altered their view of the world, and not always in a good way. My mother, in particular, would tell me horror stories about some of the things that went on during those years. Until the day she died, she always carried some sort of food in her purse, usually peanuts or crackers. She never forgot what it was to be truly hungry

4 Hot New Concealed Carry Revolvers For 2017

Revolvers have enjoyed a resurgence in popularity the past few years and have earned a place in the everyday carry category, especially when considering the reliability and concealability of some models. Let’s take a look at a few of the most talked-about models that made their debut at this year’s Shooting, Hunting, and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show in Las Vegas. 1. Colt Cobra Colt has brought back a classic from