In US Politics now a days, the “enemy of my enemy” philosophy seems king. But isn’t this a dangerous thought? Should a conservative support something just because liberals dislike it? Or vice versa? The short answer is absolutely not! In U.S. politics though, this seems to be the norm. If POTUS says something that upsets liberals, conservatives jump on board blindly. On the flip side, liberals, no matter how good of an idea, vigorously attack it! But why is this dangerous, or better yet, a cause for concern?
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It’s undeniable that the American political landscape is becoming more and more hostile. As a conflict of ideas turns to a conflict of fists, a lot of us are sitting here wondering, what’s next? Are we really heading down a path where our political camps turn into armed camps?
Continue reading The American Political Rift
Democracy historically has a death cycle it goes through on it’s way to oblivion. This has been demonstrated repeatedly by numerous political philosophers. It is no different with American democracy. We are currently moving from a state of great abundance to a state of great dependence. This should scare every american, because from here, the cycle only accelerates.
Continue reading The Death Of American Democracy
Russia is easily the United States longest continuous adversary. According to a Reuters article, there is evidence to suggest Russia may be attempting to interfere with the 2016 presidential election. But what would they be trying to accomplish?
Continue reading Is Russia Trying To Destablize The U.S. From Within
We recently wrote an article about how civil unrest is threatening the country. In that article, we mentioned the upcoming election and a few of our readers wanted an elaboration. The 2016 election is one of the most heated in anyone’s memory. Both sides are deeply entrenched in their ideologies so much so that it may not end at the election. On one side, supporters begging for a reduction in the size of the federal government and a balanced budget. While the other is determined to see equality reign and empower the government to deliver it however they see fit. So could this election really lead to a much deeper divide in the United States?
Continue reading Could the 2016 Election End The US As We Know It?
One need not look further than the evening news to see that civil unrest is alive and well in the US. Protesters blocking highways, rioters burning down neighborhoods, it’s happening, It’s not a prediction, it’s not a “the sky is falling” omen, it’s happening. A lot of us in the prepper community were preparing for this years ago but got the same chicken little response. From here, the only prediction that can be made is not if it will happen, but rather how bad will it get.
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Things between the US and Russia haven’t been this bad in a while, but what does the prospect of a US-Russian conflict mean for us preppers? Now might be good a time as any to double check those bug out bags and top off the stockpile. Let’s take a look at what the tensions between the US and Russia might mean for us and how we can best prepare for an escalation.
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There are a million and ten reasons why society could go down the tubes tomorrow. Though unlikely as it may seem, I think when a NASA study is conducted on the topic, it deserves some real attention. Now of course no one could say exactly when things will fall apart, but here are some guesses on how exactly it might happen. Understanding the how leads to better preparation if you know what you are preparing for. Now we left out the more extreme catastrophes like a planetoid-sized meteor hitting the world (not much you can do to prepare for that) in order to focus on the things we can do something about. Continue reading Top 3 Theories On How Society Might Collapse