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Self-segregation: how a personalized world is dividing Americans

Most people arent looking to self-segregate, but they do it anyway in an age of military privatization and social media on college campuses Its a fact: while Americans have countless tools with which to connect with one another, we are also watching … [Read more...]

Wild Russian survival show is trying so hard to be like ‘Hunger Games’

Image: game2: winter Move over Survivor, a Russian entrepreneur is developing Game2: Winter, a reality show throwing 30 people in the Siberian wilderness and seeing if they can survive for nine months all to earn a $1.6 million prize. The show … [Read more...]

Last Minute Prepper: How to Survive a Disaster when you Failed to Prepare

Waiting until the last minute, or waiting until a disaster strikes is probably the stupidest thing you can do. Depending on the severity of the disaster it could get you and the ones you love killed... The post Last Minute Prepper: How to Survive a … [Read more...]

Leong: We didn’t forget about High River, we won’t forget about Fort McMurray |

Leong: We didn't forget about High River, we won't forget about Fort McMurray |: "As it turns out, we didn’t forget about High River — and there’s no way we will just forget about Fort McMurray. Canadians have already been unbelievably generous, … [Read more...]

Breakenridge: It’s too soon to assess NDP’s response to Fort McMurray wildfire | Calgary Herald

Breakenridge: It’s too soon to assess NDP’s response to Fort McMurray wildfire | Calgary Herald: "Two weeks into the biggest crisis faced by Premier Rachel Notley and her new government, the consensus appears to be that they have handled it … [Read more...]

The Remaining (2014) movie

Imagine the Christian "Rapture" event as a horror film and you have The Remaining, a 2014 Christian-horror movie. Combining elements of cinéma vérité, mainly the handheld camera, the film follows a group of 20-somethings after the events foretold in … [Read more...]

You, Me and the Apocalypse (2015-) TV series

A refreshing British comedy with very dark moments (violent murders) in which a group of related and unrelated misfits come together in a bunker in Slough, England, to wait out the impact of a comet/asteroid. This TV series premiered in the UK in … [Read more...]

David Wood On Why Muslims Pray To Mohammed (Video)

One of the reasons why Islam despises Christianity is because one of the foundational pillars upon which Christianity stands firm acknowledges the Divine nature of Jesus Christ. According to Islam, however, to believe that Jesus is Divine (or, in … [Read more...]

Ohio: Muslim “Refugee” Unleashes Car-And-Knife Rampage On University Campus

Car and knife attacks have been successful in Israel and elsewhere, so why not America? According to the police the attacker's motives are unclear, but what is far from unclear are the Islamic teachings that encourage this precise behavior ... Qur’an … [Read more...]

5 cookery tips for a delicious #Veganuary

I was 13 when I became a veggie, much to my family’s horror. My mum dragged me to the doctor, and put chicken on my plate at every meal, then eventually stopped cooking in protest. Luckily I’m in charge now — so around 15 years ago I took the plunge … [Read more...]

In the era of Trump it’s time to build bridges not walls

All rights reserved. Credit: Andrew Lichtenstein/Greenpeace Next week, Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States, after a year when, around the world, the politics of hate, fear and division too often blossomed. He'll … [Read more...]

19 killed in southern Thailand floods

January 8, 2017: Flash flooding in southern Thailand have claimed lives of at least 19 people and affected more than 700,000 people over the past week.Thailand's Meteorological Department has forecast outbreaks of heavy to very heavy rain for 13 … [Read more...]

Nepal: Sinkhole opens up near Hilton construction site, Naxal

January 8, 2017: A huge sinkhole suddenly opened up on the road near constructing Hotel Hilton in Naxal, Kathmandu.According to the local medias, the sinkhole opened due to excessive digging for the construction of Hotel Hilton.The traffic has been … [Read more...]

Minor earthquake – Picton on January 13, 2017

Earthquake-report.com only survives with (mostly small) PRIVATE DONATIONS. Your gift will be highly appreciated. This page will automatically refresh every 10 minutes as we might be adding updates. Do not close it but leave it open in a browser tab. … [Read more...]

Moderate earthquake – Cyprus Region on January 13, 2017

Earthquake-report.com only survives with (mostly small) PRIVATE DONATIONS. Your gift will be highly appreciated. This page will automatically refresh every 10 minutes as we might be adding updates. Do not close it but leave it open in a browser tab. … [Read more...]

North of 60: Dog Sledding, Ice Caves, Snowboarding and Mountain Summits with Mandy

Back in January, I went on a climbing trip to Mexico. I had a great time climbing the amazing multi-pitch limestone walls out there, and enjoying the beautiful Mexican landscape. But I also met someone, and ultimately fell in love with this person, … [Read more...]

Homeless and Roofless

Jim Martin -good people By Jim Martin – Homeless Shelter Director, Delaware Every day in Southern Delaware, I work in the trenches and on the front lines of poverty, fear, homelessness, loneliness, isolation, addiction and mental illness. … [Read more...]

Gizmodo Joins Fake News Bandwagon

Unless you consider posing as an objective tech magazine while lobbying for tech-corporations "fake news," then Gizmodo has been on that bandwagon for years. January 13, 2017 (Tony Cartalucci - LD) - Gizmodo in their headline, "Russian Propaganda … [Read more...]

This is it, it’s out this week!

Blimey, my book is out this weekActually it's been available on Amazon for a few days, but officially it's out on 6th June. That's when it hits the shops,How does that feel?Terrifying. And exciting.I'm having a book launch at Waterstones in … [Read more...]

Onion Soup

For a long time, I didn't like onions at all. As a kid we hated them but as I have grown older my tastes buds apparently have died off some and I like onions just fine now. I saw a recipe on facebook for onion soup that was very simple and had few … [Read more...]

Bulletproof Vests: A Beginner’s Guide

Bulletproof Vests: A Beginner’s Guide Bulletproof vests are part of every survivalist’s supplies list. They protect the torso from firearm projectiles and from shrapnel from explosions. A lot of people have the mistaken assumption that only law … [Read more...]

The Green Spot has moved address!

The Green Spot PermacultureMy blog has moved, and is now available at www.greenspotpermaculture.blogspot.comPlease change your links to this new address! Thanks :) Article by Green Spot. Read entire story here. … [Read more...]

Real World Training: School Mayhem

Patrick Sweeney highlights a simulation scenario that has become all-too common, an active shooter in a school. The post Real World Training: School Mayhem appeared first on Guns & Ammo. Article by Guns & Ammo. Read entire story here. … [Read more...]

Digitizing Your Reloading Room

Reloading is an old-school art that is often passed down through generations.  It’s most common to start reloading because you have a family member who teaches you.  Most people are surprised when they start reloading to see just how old some of the … [Read more...]

Free For All Friday 5-8-2015: Carry positions

I hate to talk about this kind of stuff but it still needs to be mentioned. I’m big on transparency so sometimes these discussions will come up. I fund the majority of this site via my own wallet. It makes money from ads, mind you, but it’s really … [Read more...]

Hello world!

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging! Like what you read?  GunNoob is now part of Pew Pew Tactical.  Check out the rest of our awesome resources: Ultimate AR-15 Guide Beginner's Guide to Guns DIY … [Read more...]

2017 SHOT Show Guns & Gear Preview

With the 2017 SHOT Show less than a week away, we preview some of the excellent new guns and gear available to shooters in 2017. The post 2017 SHOT Show Guns & Gear Preview appeared first on Gun Digest. Article by Gun Digest. Read entire story … [Read more...]

AR-15 Basics: .223 vs. 5.56×45 NATO

A .223 Remington and 5.56X45 are not the same. The 5.56 has a longer leade, a longer distance between the bullet start and the onset of the rifling. Here's why it matters. The post AR-15 Basics: .223 vs. 5.56×45 NATO appeared first on Gun … [Read more...]

Teacher Arrested in Kansas for Bearing Arms

Do we create a "safe" environment when we disarm teachers and force them to be defenseless? Or worse - arrest them? I think not. Not only is it unconstitutional to disarm our... Article by Dustin's Gun Blog. Read entire story here. … [Read more...]

Save Thousands on your Electric Bill

I'd like to welcome our newest sponsor - Solar City. When we sat down with our Solar City Rep he created a lease package for us that is going to save us Thousands of dollars on our... Article by Dustin's Gun Blog. Read entire story here. … [Read more...]

The Legal Brief – Adam clarifies the changes to Form 4473

Article by The Gun Blog Black List. Read entire story here. … [Read more...]

NRA Applauds Sen. Crapo for Introducing Hearing Protection Act

National Rifle Association of America | 11250 Waples Mill Road | Fairfax, VA 22031 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEJanuary 11, 2017 FOR MORE INFORMATIONNRA Public Affairs(703) 267-3820media@nrahq.org NRA Applauds Sen. Crapo for Introducing Hearing Protection … [Read more...]

The Twinkie Silencer

Here’s a unique way to suppress noise when shooting a Ruger 10/22 rifle, will it actually work? Check out the video above to find out. Remember to pay your tax stamp to the ATF if you plan on suppressing your firearms with a Twinkie. It’s … [Read more...]

Budget Priced $20 Red Dot Sight

If you’re building a rifle you’re going into battle with or you’re betting your life on, get an AimPoint, Trijicon or even an EOtech. However, if you’re building a rifle just for plinking at the range of if you’re just … [Read more...]

Clint Smith Mad At The Internet And Firing Shots

I don’t know why this was necessary, but he DONE DID IT haha: Wow there’s a lot of shots being fired at what seems like Chris Costa.  Did Costa talk shit about Clint?  If so, get me up to speed… what did he say?  Man I love gun … [Read more...]

Finessing The Pistol Field Strip Like Mans Finessed The Meat

This is epic: Fieldstrip finesse is EVERYTHING Gat tip: @sketchydr A video posted by ENDO (@everydaynodaysoff) on Jan 12, 2017 at 9:21am PST ROFL that sprinkle.  For those of you that don’t get the joke…. this dude has been sliding around … [Read more...]

Suppressors From Freedom Armory Machine Works

In less than a week, Freedom Armory Machine Works will be debuting the Dragoon 5.56 and 7.62 at this year’s SHOT Show. Including features of being fully disassembled for cleaning, machined from solid titanium bar stock with no welds and being … [Read more...]

Gear Review: Kinetic Research Group Whiskey-3 Chassis

I officially started writing for The Firearm Blog in January of 2013, although the first article I wrote was a guest post published on May 2nd of 2011. One of the first items that I requested to test was a chassis stock from Kinetic Research Group. … [Read more...]

The Dinnertable is Not the Place for Politics

Over this Independence Day weekend I got to spend the weekend at a cookout at my Uncle and his wife's house. Present were a friend of his wife's, who I had never met and who was very, very liberal politically. Also present was a family member who, … [Read more...]

Reciprocity

As of this moment, I can legally carry in every state in America except California, Connecticut, DC, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island and South Carolina.So basically, I can't carry in a handful of … [Read more...]

The Best Flashlight Stun Guns

Here is a list of the best flashlight stun guns. Most of these combine a super bright LED light along with the stopping power of a stun gun. 1. Bashlight Stun Gun. Pros: 120 Lumen Flashlight Small sleek design 4.7 milliamps of stopping power Lifetime … [Read more...]

The New Slider Stun Gun

Today’s technology electronics are becoming more and more compact, the new Slider Stun Gun shows just how this is accomplished. The slider stun gun is the smallest stun gun that you can buy today, but dont let its small size fool you. The … [Read more...]

KLEPTOMANIA – STATUS & BLING

KLEPTOMANIA – STATUS & BLING “It was in 1816 that Swiss physician André Matthey identified and defined “klopemanie,” describing it as an impulse to steal things one didn’t need. Researchers who built on his work characterized it as a … [Read more...]

The Many Home Uses Of An Infrared Motion Sensor Alarm

If you’re looking to upgrade your home security system, you’ll definitely want to look into a motion detecting device. An … The post The Many Home Uses Of An Infrared Motion Sensor Alarm appeared first on TBOTECH Security … [Read more...]

Defending your Livelihood

We all depend on our jobs making us money so we can pay bills, have fun, and just live. Same … The post Defending your Livelihood appeared first on TBOTECH Security Blog. Article by TBOTECH Security Blog. Read entire story here. … [Read more...]

Video: Bear Grylls Demonstrates What You Should Do During a Home Invasion

Article by Self ProTech. Read entire story here. … [Read more...]

How to Learn Krav Maga Street Self Defense in the Comfort of Your Home

Krav Maga is an Israeli system of self defense. It is a no nonsense approach to protecting yourself and your loved ones on the street. You may have seen a form of Krav Maga in an action movie and not even realized it. Krav Maga will help you develop … [Read more...]

The Seven Components Of Self-Defense

There are seven essential categories to a comprehensive approach to personal safety. If you know what they are, you can evaluate your “mental map” about self-defense and determine what you know, where the gaps are and what you need to … [Read more...]

Self-Defense And The Art Of Motorcycling

This post lists ten guidelines for safe motorcycling and draws the comparison to how those same principles can be applied to self-defense. Article by ToughenUp.com Blog. Read entire story here. … [Read more...]

Opinion Polls; How Accurate are they Really?

Now I know that this is not the most interesting subject but I had of dose of this in college statistics classes (3) for my undergrad and graduate degree. In business, statistics are mostly used for continuous process improvement or validating supply … [Read more...]

How to Throw a Knockout Punch for Self-Defense?

Way back when I was a kid watching Batman and Robin, I was trying to figure out how to throw a knockout punch. I figured from watching the shows that you had to pull your hand way back and swing as hard as you could! My childhood version of fighting … [Read more...]

A Cozy Off-grid Timber Log home in Oklahoma

1600 Sq Ft Timber Log home with full loft - all local milled wood. Full logs not log siding, 2nd floor all cedar, combination of 6" logs and 8" logs. The room in picture is a new addition. Logs secured with 12" galvanized screws. Article by Offgrid … [Read more...]

Here I am….

Hmmm, I really thought I'd written something here since October, but apparently I haven't, shame on me :) So here I am, back again, let me tell you what has been going on since Oct., that job I was working and LOVED, well it has fizzled, turns out … [Read more...]

Viktor Orbán on Borders, Christianity, and Civilization

It's funny how these things work. A snapshot of the world situation would look this way — countries with sensible, patriotic leaders: Hungary, Russia, China (as near as I can tell), Israel, Poland; countries with flaky, unpatriotic leaders: the … [Read more...]

Homeless and Roofless

Jim Martin -good people By Jim Martin – Homeless Shelter Director, Delaware Every day in Southern Delaware, I work in the trenches and on the front lines of poverty, fear, homelessness, loneliness, isolation, addiction and mental illness. … [Read more...]

Julian Assange’s Reddit AMA Literally Leaves More Unanswered Questions

After playing an historic role in the 2016 US presidential election by publishing the Clinton campaign's internal emails, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has gone on a media blitz that started with a press conference Monday and a Reddit AMA … [Read more...]

Abolitionism and Self-Ownership

Abolitionists were those radical antislavery advocates who called for the “immediate emancipation” of slaves. Although American abolitionists had predecessors who influenced them, especially in England, this series will focus principally on the ideas … [Read more...]

Watch Matt Welch Debate Jonathan Chait About Obama’s Greatness in NY on Jan. 17 – Hit & Run

Article by Libertarian Blog Place. Read entire story here. … [Read more...]

You Be The Judge

I’m fairly certain that the Taurus Judge had triggered more disappointment in me than any firearm I’ve encountered in my life. No, I’m not claiming to have much trigger time with them. Several cylinders of .410 and another with .45 … [Read more...]

Life and Times, Operational Cache, Et All

Hey Folks, I sort of took a break over the holidays. I went home and saw my kiddo's, family and friends. The way things worked out I got to see a relative at the opposite end of the PNW so that was cool. Also my first time traveling long distance in … [Read more...]