A Horror Story From The Distant Past, About How The Worst Famine In The US History Killed 3 Out Of 4 People That Contains A Lot Of Lessons For Preppers

For as long as there have been people, there’s been famine. Our hunter-gatherer ancestors developed agriculture because, although most people’s diets actually got worse when they started farming, it was easier to build up the stores needed to survive a future shortage. Famines still happened,…

U.S. Constitution Expired. California Exemptions Revoked. Natural Law Stands.

No Shot No Public School According to a notice from the State of California Department Health and Human Services, all medical exemptions for children attending state public schools are now revoked and no longer valid. Specifically, medical exemptions that meet two conditions under the amended law…

Titanic Survivor Stories: Who Survived The Titanic And What Happened To Them?

Less than one-third of the passengers on the R.M.S. Titanic survived the sinking of the Ship of Dreams. Every one of the passengers who were picked up by the R.M.S. Carpathia was grateful to be alive, and each of the Titanic survivors’ stories are enthralling, if (in some cases) grisly. Everyone’s…

Black Savannahians Haunted by Memory of US Military Mosquito Experiment

SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — Black Americans are more hesitant than whites to take the COVID vaccine. Reasons for that hit close to home in Savannah, and include a classified military operation in the 1950s that dropped hundreds of thousands of mosquitoes — mosquitoes that many…