Saturday, July 31, 2010

Library additions

July 31, 2010 - "Library additions" We added several files to the Anarchy section of our library. Make sure to check it out. Click here

The Survival Gorilla

July 31, 2010 - "The Survival Gorilla" By Joseph Parish. By now you may have already taken the Invisible Gorilla Test that is floating around the internet. This test was devised to detect how observant people are for other effects then what they were told to watch for. Click here

Are the illegals invading Staten Island

July 31, 2010 - "Are the illegals invading Staten Island?" By Joseph Parish. I recently glanced at the newspaper and noticed the headline in bulky letters across the top, “Mexican Officials Plan to Patrol Staten Island.” Something about that banner failed to sit appropriately in my gut and as I mused over the title once again I realized instantly what it was. Click here

Friday, July 30, 2010

Money is more important then a Scout

July 30, 2010 - "Money is more important then a Scout" By Joseph Parish. Over the last few years we have beheld many firsts when it comes to president elect Obama. We have seen a United States president become preoccupied with appearances on prime time television programs such as “The View” or late night talk shows hosted by Leno. Click here

Tax those Golden Coins

July 30, 2010 - "Tax those Golden Coins" By Joseph Parish. As if having an unwelcome health care reform bill thrust down our throats was not enough we now find a small scarcely detected provision attached to the legislature that places gold coin purchasers and sellers at a major disadvantage. Click here

Another Section of our Library revamped

July 30, 2010 - "Another Section of our Library revamped" We have now completely revamped and added to our colloidal silver section of the library. Click here

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Planning for Various Disasters

July 29, 2010 - "Planning for Various Disasters" By Joseph Parish. It can often become overwhelming when survivalists embark upon thinking of the vulnerabilities that can befall us. It becomes more and more complex to properly organize for any circumstances that we may come upon whether its dirty bombs, solar generated EMP, plagues or economic collapse. Click here

More Updates

July 29, 2010 - "More Updates" Another update has been completed to our document library. This time we have completely re-accomplished the Bird Section. Click here

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

The Race to Leave Arizona

July 28, 2010 - "The Race to Leave Arizona" By Joseph Parish. The race is on folks. Hundreds of Arizona’s illegal immigrants are hastily making their way out of the territory before the states new immigration law takes effect on Thursday. Countless numbers of illegal residents are headed to the eastern seaboard in search of states which are kinder with their illegal status. Click here

Dry packing your food at home

July 28, 2010 - "Dry packing your food at home" By Joseph Parish. While the use of a home canning machine and using the popular #10 cans is the ideal way to dry pack many of your foods, the fact that you do not have one of these machines should not discourage you. There are more people who do not have canners then those that do. Click here

Library Updates

July 28, 2010 - "Library Updates" We have just finished updating the "Biology" Files in the library. Click here

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

A Brief Encounter with Africanized Honey Bees

July 27, 2010 - "A Brief Encounter with Africanized Honey Bees" By Joseph Parish. In 1985 the media publicize that that the “Killer Bees” were on their way to America. This imminent arrival resulted in our countries extension offices receiving many inquiries pertaining to the nature of bees. Should we as survivalists be overly alarmed about these “Killer Bees?” Click here

Monday, July 26, 2010

Getting Away with Dispersed Camping

July 26, 2010 - "Getting Away with Dispersed Camping" By Joseph Parish. The age old axiom “Practice makes perfect” undoubtedly holds true when considering survival training. Bugging out is often a time when supplies are easily overlooked and left behind and unfortunately in a situation when the danger is real it can be downright challenging. Click here

Shades of Green Veggie Soup

July 26, 2010 - "Shades of Green Veggie Soup" By Joseph Parish. When left unaccompanied in a kitchen, I frequently get very adventurous and as a consequence I formulate some unique and flavorsome dishes. While my wife is a great rice and butter eater I, myself fancy my rice to be in the form of a soup. Needless to say I took my cue and created what I call “Shades of Green Veggie Soup”. Click here

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Watching the Enemy

July 25, 2010 - "Watching the Enemy" By Joseph Parish. When the occasion arrives and the balloon goes up, one will have a complex time revealing which acquaintances are friendly and which could be of a dangerous breed. In cases as that, it becomes more imperative then ever to be able to discriminate certain mannerisms that may be out of the norm. Click here

Library Updated

July 25, 2010 - "Library Updated" We have updated the Aviation section of the Library. Be sure to check it out. Click here

Saturday, July 24, 2010

Deadly Bleach

July 24, 2010 - "Deadly Bleach" By Joseph Parish. We can all appreciate the value of common bleach when we need to sterilize something and want it done right. I can remember my mother as she seemed to use bleach for just about everything. She would clean the floors with it. Click here

Shake Rattle and Roll

July 24, 2010 - "Shake Rattle and Roll" By Joseph Parish. Early on a Friday morning a surprise 3.6 earthquake greeted the metropolitan area of Washington D.C. and its suburbs. Although it was not a large quake, as earthquakes generally go, it was felt by thousands of residents who were awakened at 5:04 AM. Click here

Friday, July 23, 2010

Navajo Corn Soup or a Mistake worth Eating

July 23, 2010 - "Navajo Corn Soup or a Mistake worth Eating" By Joseph Parish. It all started when I was shopping online for dehydrated foods in which to stock my survival pantry. I had most of the other vegetables in the food supply all safely packed in the number 10 storage cans but now needed corn. Click here

The Man is one Heck of a Party Animal

July 23, 2010 - "The Man is one Heck of a Party Animal" By Joseph Parish. I’ve alleged it before and I’ll say it once again – President Obama is without doubt, one heck of a party animal. Now, not only do they have his Wednesday evening beer drinking party get-togethers but he is now hosting a Broadway style extravaganza at the White House - all at our expense. Click here

Thursday, July 22, 2010

Survival shopping time

July 22, 2010 - "Survival shopping time" By Joseph Parish. Numerous people have inquired as to how they should go about stocking up on survival foods in the event of an emergency. My recommendation to them is generally to hit your local supermarket and snatch up on the sale items. Click here

Obama Moves away from 'Freedom of Religion toward Freedom of Worship

July 22, 2010 - "Obama Moves away from 'Freedom of Religion toward Freedom of Worship?" By Randy Sly. Since the initially strong language on religious freedom used in President Obama's Cairo speech, presidential references to religious freedom have become rare, often replaced, at most, with references to freedom of worship. A purposeful change in language could mean a much narrower view of the right to religious freedom. Does this change of language indicate a change of policy? Click here

Library Update

July 22, 2010 - "Library Update" Be sure to check out our online survival library as we have slowly been changing the format and updating the categories. Click here

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

MRE Sense

July 20, 2010 - "MRE Sense" By Joseph Parish. A young, inexperienced survivalist approached me and inquired as to why I do not get too involved in the ever popular MRE’s as many preppers do. Initially I was at a lose for words, as there are generally no reasons for which I had previously bypassed this resource. Click here

Monday, July 19, 2010

Vital First Aid Skills

July 19, 2010 - "Vital First Aid Skills" By Joseph Parish. When bugging out you will find no doctors or emergency rooms in which to rush yourself or a family member to when a medical problem develops. In an emergency you will need to deal with the circumstances yourself and in that case you should know what measures to take in order to minimize the effects of a medical emergency. Click here

Did you say Golf or Gulf?

July 19, 2010 - "Did you say Golf or Gulf?" By Joseph Parish. Well by golly the plot thickens. No wonder President Obama has failed to perceive the Gulf crisis as seriously as he should. It seems that he misinterpret and believed they had said “Golf.” Click here

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Dealing with Diarrhea when bugging out

July 18, 2010 - "Dealing with Diarrhea when bugging out" By Joseph Parish. Nothing can be worse then having to vacate an area and get to a safe locality all while dealing with the tribulations associated with diarrhea. Click here

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Priories in Preparedness

July 17, 2010 - "Priories in Preparedness" By Joseph Parish. The appropriate selection of your priorities can be a key advantage when planning your survival requirements. Preparedness doesn’t just take place. As the famous starship captain always said on television you must “Make it so”. It is up to you to do your research and get the ball rolling or you will merely be spinning useless wheels. Click here

Friday, July 16, 2010

Survival Chocolate Pudding

July 16, 2010 - "Survival Chocolate Pudding" By Joseph Parish. What we refer to as pudding is considered in many areas as a dessert however in a few cultures it is implied and construed to be a major table dish. In Great Britain and related nations the word pudding indicates a rich starch based dessert similar to rice pudding. In America pudding traditionally denotes a milk based dessert consisting of the same consistency as custard. Click here

Fascist America

July 16, 2010 - "Fascist America" By Joseph Parish. A glance at our daily newspapers will quickly reveal a lot of comparisons between Hitler’s form of government and President Obama’s prevailing style. In this case it is rightly so that we should see marked similarities in the two styles. With no disrespect meant to either Mr. Obama or to Adolf Hitler, I would like to explain a few simple principles. Click here

The Tanknanny

July 16, 2010 - "The Tanknanny" Here is a cheap practical device that just might save your life. It secures a standard 20-lb. propane tank when transporting them to be refilled. No more tipping over or rolling around. Well worth $20. Click here

Thursday, July 15, 2010

Added bonus

July 15, 2010 - As an added bonus I have included 50 additional Sam Spade old time radio programs from my personal collection. You can add these to your CD to play in your Bug out vehicle to help pass the hours traveling to your retreat. Click here

Anniversary of Sam Spade Radio Broadcast

July 15, 2010 - "Anniversary of Sam Spade Radio Broadcast" By Joseph Parish. Several days ago was the first time that Sam Spade was broadcast on the radio. On July 12, 1946, CBS radio set in motion the series as a Friday night special. When the audience heard it they enjoyed it so much and the response was so great that the network decided to make it a recurring part of their fall lineup starting September 29 of that year. Click here

Respirators required for all humans on Gulf of Mexico Coast

July 15, 2010 - "Respirators required for all humans on Gulf of Mexico Coast" By Deborah Dupré. A small citizen's group on front lines of the Gulf Ground Zero health emergency in New Orleans with humanitarian Mark Sircus are expediting urgently needed aid such as respirators to Gulf coast citizens. These survival needs have been prevented, the greatest human rights violations in U.S. history, a crime against humanity. Click here

Learning about Survival from the Squirrel

July 15, 2010 - "Learning about Survival from the Squirrel" By Samantha Smithstein. We may have something to learn from our fellow city-dwellers. Click here

On the Edge of Nuclear War

July 15, 2010 - "On the Edge of Nuclear War" By Joseph Parish. Eight-three year old Fidel Castro has finally after four years made several public appearances. The elderly retired Cuban leader has been making his rounds in Cuba lately, appearing on the National Television station. These public appearances come at a time when not only has the Cuban government decided to release 52 of their political prisoners, but also as he bestows a grime prediction on the western world. The former Cuban leader’s predictions center upon the world being on the threshold of a nuclear conflict. Click here

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

America is Departing its Gold Standards

July 14, 2010 - "America is Departing its Gold Standards" By Joseph Parish. As a survivalist it is imperative that I organize for any impending crisis which may exist either now or in the future. In some cases my very life and that of my family may depend upon perceiving what is going on and suitably preparing for the outcome. Scenario role playing is a crucial function towards prepping and should not be undersold. Click here

Designer Cheese Balls

July 14, 2010 - "Designer Cheese Balls" By Joseph Parish. I have always been a big fan of cheese and cheese related products. A particular fondness exists for those small ball shaped packages of cheese with nuts on them that are found in your local supermarket. I liked them so much that I decided to do some experimenting on how they were made. Click here

Preparation: Long Term Survival Supplies For Your Home

July 14, 2010 - "Preparation: Long Term Survival Supplies For Your Home" Essential supplies to stock up on while you still can. Anything can happen in these uncertain times. It’ll happen when you least expect it, and you’ll need to be prepared. Natural disasters, Martial law, Economic Society Collapse, Domestic terrorism are just some of the things that can happen. This shows some of the cheaper supply options. Click here

United States v. Arizona — How 'Bout United States v. Rhode Island?

July 14, 2010 - "United States v. Arizona — How 'Bout United States v. Rhode Island?" by Andy McCarthy. Well whaddya know? It turns out that Rhode Island has long been carrying out the procedures at issue in the Arizona immigration statute: As a matter of routine, RI state police check immigration status at traffic stops whenever there is reasonable suspicion to do so, and they report all illegals to the feds for deportation. Besides the usual profiling blather, critics have trotted out the now familiar saw that such procedures hamstring police because they make immigrants afraid to cooperate. But it turns out that it’s the Rhode Island police who insist on enforcing the law. Click here

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Howard’s Homestead Pond

July 13, 2010 - "Howard’s Homestead Pond" By Joseph Parish. My friend Howard has on his homestead a fish pond that he created himself. We sat on his deck on day admiring his pond and discussed the requirements and planning necessary for addressing such a venture. Click here

55 Percent of Likely Voters Find ‘Socialist’ an Accurate Label of Obama

July 13, 2010 - "55 Percent of Likely Voters Find ‘Socialist’ an Accurate Label of Obama?" By Jim Geraghty. The latest poll by Democracy Corps, the firm of James Carville and Stan Greenberg, has Republicans leading on the generic ballot among likely voters, 48 percent to 42 percent. Click here

Monday, July 12, 2010

The Inexpensive Ishapore Enfield 2A1 for Survivalists

July 12, 2010 - "The Inexpensive Ishapore Enfield 2A1 for Survivalists" By Joseph Parish. Most survivalists or preppers are looking for an inexpensive rifle to compliment their other survival supplies. They don’t really wish to spend a lot of money on these weapons as they hope that their use will not be necessary. In either case, a weapon of some sort is vital for protecting your family and resources in the event of a major breakdown within our infrastructure. click here

American Border Patrol Website

July 12, 2010 - "American Border Patrol Website" Here is another website for you to check out. The American Border Patrol is the only non-governmental organization (NGO) that monitors the border on a regular basis, mostly by air. It has three aircraft, each designed for a specialized mission. ABP operates from a ranch right on the Mexican border in Southeastern Arizona in the heart of a major smuggling corridor. They watch what the government is doing and they report to directly to you. Let's give these people our support in their cause. Click here

Boarder Invasion Pics Website

July 12, 2010 - "Boarder Invasion Pics Website" The main screen of this site states, "Thousands of individuals from foreign countries walk unchallenged across our southern border every day. We don't know who they are, where they come from, or their intentions. It is an invasion by definition, and our government condones it." Here is a website link which presents current and undeniable documentation to that fact. Please provide them with your support. Click here

Sunday, July 11, 2010

Is America Repeating History

July 11, 2010 - "Is America Repeating History" By Joseph Parish. Being a great fan of the study of history I often compare various events from the history books to current situations as they are happening in real time. The old saying that history repeats itself is certainly true and readily shown in the newspapers and on television on a daily basis. However, sources are critical in this respect and I am a firm believer that when one undertakes to study history they must use as accurate of information as you possibly can. Click here

Organize for Survival

July 11, 2010 - "Organize for Survival" By Joseph Parish. If you are anything like I am when VHS tapes were the popular craze I stocked up on many of them. They were the perfect way to go about my daily affairs and business while at the same time recording important video programs for later viewing. Little did I realize that eventually they would be replaced by the smaller and thinner DVD’s. Click here

Despotism or Democracy?

July 11, 2010 - "Despotism or Democracy? " Here's a question for you - Despotism or Democracy? Which society do you live in? The film was originally created by Encyclopedia Britannica shortly after World War II around 1945. It has been edited from the original and the total length trimmed down to make it more enjoyable, and of course, more ironic - given the current world situation, with some oppressive regimes all over the place - and the potential for concern regarding the Patriot Act in the USA and the actions of our current president. As such - while the original content is quite dated - the metrics used to measure the freedom in a society, remain very valid. Check it out - I think you'll enjoy it. Click here

Saturday, July 10, 2010


July 10, 2010 - "P-Mate" Here's an interesting gadget that you might want to add to your bug out kit for the ladies in your group. This small item allows the women to Pee standing up. Although I can in no way vouch for the practicality of this item it certainly sounds logical. Click here

Running off in a Circle

July 10, 2010 - "Running off in a Circle" By Joseph Parish. We have all heard tales of children becoming lost while hiking with friends in the Mountains. Usually these children became lost as a result of attempting to return to their campsite. In some cases the small child is generally never found. This kind of foolishness happens often and to adults as well as to children. It doesn’t matter what part of the country you live in the results are just as tragic and sad. Click here