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Boy Scouts Lose Leading Sponsor Amidst Name Change Controversy

Boy Scouts Lose Leading Sponsor Amidst Name Change Controversy

After the Boy Scouts of America (soon-to-be Scouts BSA) decided to change their name to accommodate the admission of girls into their higher ranks starting next year, backlash from sponsors was inevitable. But it’s doubtful they knew such a decision would cost them 425,000 scouts (approximately 18.5% of their total enrollment) from the Mormon Church, ...

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The Russian EMP Test You’ve Never Heard Of

The Russian EMP Test You’ve Never Heard Of

If you know anything about the threat from an EMP attack, then you know the Internet is full of myths and misinformation. It’s so bad, in fact, that one well-read website – GeopoliticalFutures.com – recently posted a story that actually ...

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Why A 30-Day Food Stockpile Is Never Enough

Why A 30-Day Food Stockpile Is Never Enough

Being a prepper or modern homesteader is all about preparedness and self-sufficiency – for today, next week and next month. But there’s a difference between short-term and long-term survival. For example, if the grid went down for several months and ...

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Odd-Ball, Delicious Vegetables You’ve Never Grown

Odd-Ball, Delicious Vegetables You’ve Never Grown

It’s gardening season throughout North America, which means it’s nearly time to plant the tried-and-true staples you’ve always enjoyed. Lettuce. Tomatoes. Potatoes. And Beans.   This year, though, why not try something different? Why not grow something that is new, ...

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The Hidden Costs Of Homesteading

The Hidden Costs Of Homesteading

The benefits of modern-day homesteading are immeasurable, but as any homesteader will tell you, this off-grid way of life isn’t free, either. That’s what modern homesteader Jill Winger discovered when she and her husband dove into homesteading years ago. Jill ...

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