7 Things Your Doctor’s Not Telling You About Coconut Oil

Written by: Amy O'Donnell Do you notice more coconut oil in your grocery, discount or health food store? Coconut oil is everywhere, and in everything, from food to beauty products, as more people discover its benefits. Health-conscious people have known about coconut oil for many years. As its popularity increases, so has its availability. Common …

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This shocking map illustrates how much land the Federal Government really owns

July 08, 2017 by: Amy Goodrich   Though most of us know the American federal government owns some land, not many people realize how much exactly is controlled by the feds. Today, they hold approximately 640 million acres of land or 28 percent of the 2.27 billion acres of land in the United States. Around …

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Yellowstone reaches 878 earthquakes in just two weeks as scientists wonder when the volcano will blow

July 04, 2017 by: Isabelle Z. You don’t have to be a geologist to understand that an earthquake in the vicinity of a volcano could be a disaster waiting to happen, but what if there were nearly 900 quakes near a supervolcano? That is the situation that is playing out right now in Yellowstone National …

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5 Ways Your Great-Grandparents Stockpiled Fresh Produce

Written by: Daphne Cybele Van Schaick Can you stockpile fresh produce? Yes! You can integrate your extra garden and orchard produce (or weekly specials from the supermarket) into a well-planned stockpile that includes fresh produce, just like your great-grandparents did. Fresh items can be preserved for longer storage, and you can grow fruit trees, nut-bearing …

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29 Once-Common Survival Skills We’ve Lost To Technology

Written by: Tammy Robinson No doubt, all of us benefit greatly from technology. Unfortunately, though, there is a payoff for all this convenience: the loss of common skills. Although I love being able to Google almost any question and click an icon to call home, the fact is that there are some skills we might …

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What Is The True Shelf Life Of Store-Bought Canned Foods?

Written by: Steve Nubie Have you ever wondered how long store-bought canned good will last in your stockpile? Professional food processors and manufacturers have both the equipment and knowledge to properly preserve food — plus the tests and inspections from the federal government. However, most canned foods are packed in water. That makes a big …

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7 Critical Concealed Carry Skills That Will Keep You Alive

Written by: Terry Nelson Most people who apply for a concealed carry permit fail to take into consideration that effective concealed carry is actually a lifestyle change. Approximately 80 percent of the licensed students I work with report that they usually don’t carry on a daily basis. Most say they carry only in their vehicle …

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If We Want “Unity”… Government Must Become Weaker

Is everyone reading the ZeroHedge?  In my humble opinion, there are three important risks to be aware of: EMP, Cyber Attack and Financial Collapse.  Look to multiple sources of information, connect the dots, and use lots and lots and lots of discernment, and look to your core values.... Focus on the Bill of Rights.  Understand …

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5 All-Natural Tricks To Save Your Garden From Fungus

Written by: Steve Nubie I’ve been gardening for more than 40 years. I’m particularly fond of vegetable gardening, although my wife is an avid gardener with flowers and decorative plants. Both of us, though, have confronted the challenge of various forms of fungus growing on leaves, and we’re both very hesitant about any chemical sprays. …

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Bankrupt: State Doesn’t Have Money For Ambulances, School Buses Or The Lottery; Governor Calls It A ‘Banana Republic’

Financial Warning... There will be more of these... Written by: Daniel Jennings The fifth most populous state in the U.S. is out of money, unable to pay its bills and essentially close to bankruptcy. Things are so bad that Illinois governor Bruce Rauner called the state a “banana republic” and the state comptroller sent state …

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