The past months of COVID, supply chain instability, and power failures in Texas prove it’s foolish to rely on large institutions during times of chaos.
More and more, people taking common-sense steps to incorporate resiliency into their lives are being labeled ‘insurrectionists’ and incriminated in the latest right-wing witch hunt.
With smart planning and sound decisions, Americans are choosing to build resilient lives—piece by piece, layering in components, until they are ready to adapt to any challenge.
Before this life-altering pandemic, there have been plenty of other disasters. How did the nation respond? How should you?
The ideal time to prepare for the coronavirus has passed. Still, this thing is a long way from over, and if you’re wondering if anything can still be done now, the answer is ‘yes.’
A Democrat-led California oversight agency released a report earlier this year on wildfire destruction that mirrored President Trump’s sentiments. Yet he’s taking heat for being ‘partisan.’
Let’s see if the rationales for stocking up on food or gold hold up to realistic expectations of what a natural, economic, or political catastrophe might bring.
What kind of disaster is the German government anticipating that would cause the need to stockpile food? Well, take your pick. The world’s a scary place.
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