Infographic: Ten Most Common Emergency Food Fails


Check out the following infographic from for some mistakes to avoid while preparing your pantry stockpiles and share your own mistakes in the comment section below to help others improve their preps!

You have your 1,000 pounds of wheat. Your 500 gallons of water and enough ammo to make Chuck Norris jealous but the question remains, are you truly prepared? Just because you’ve been prepping for twenty years doesn’t mean you haven’t made some mistakes along the way. It’s not enough to just have your emergency food storage, you have to be able to store it, eat it and even move it if things really get crazy.


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SHTF Plan – When It Hits The Fan, Don’t Say We Didn’t Warn You

INFOGRAPHIC: As President Obama Presses for More Wealth Redistribution to Spur Non-Existent “Recovery”…

I’d love to give credit to the creator of this excellent infographic, which I spotted in a comment at Weasel Zippers. The article — “Obama Back To Pushing Class Warfare: Republicans Stopping My Efforts To Redistribute Wealth” — quotes The Hill newspaper.

The president has powers to fight income inequality, President Obama argued in an interview broadcast Sunday, adding that Republicans in Congress have hobbled his efforts to do it… acknowledg[ing] that the wealthiest Americans have benefited disproportionately from the economic recovery of recent years. But he was quick to add that much of that trend is due to globalization, technology and, not least, the GOP’s opposition to his economic agenda – all factors he suggested are beyond his control.

Recovery? You mean this recovery (click to explodify):

These Democrats are economic illiterates. If they would simply get out of the way of the private sector, we’d see a real recovery of the sort that President Ronald Reagan touched off. He slashed taxes, cut regulatory requirements, and spurred innovation by unleashing the private sector. The differences between the Reagan recovery and the Obama malaise are stunning.

As for factors “beyond his control”, such as a recalcitrant Congress?

President Reagan — unlike Obama — did it with an obstreperous, obstinate, free-spending Democrat Congress by appealing to the fundamentally good and hard-working nature of the American people. He went over the heads of Congress.

This is something Obama is unable to do; his legacy of fables, fabrications and fictions haunt him. Most Americans have simply tuned Obama out.

As we close out Obama’s fourth annual “Recovery Summer” — in which we saw virtually no recovery, rampant unemployment, record food-stamp use, record Social Security Disability fraud, record Medicare fraud, record Medicaid fraud — I can only ask: aren’t the American people getting sick of Obama’s tiresome rhetoric? His endless clamoring to steal money from his enemies to give to his friends?

When will the American people have had enough of his failures?

Hat tip: BadBlue News

Doug Ross @ Journal

INFOGRAPHIC: The Ugly Truth About Obamacare

Guest post by Kelsey Harris

Obamacare: It’s unfair, unaffordable, and unworkable.

So it’s no surprise that Organizing for Action, President Obama’s campaign group, is aggressively posting on all of its media outlets to try to hide the truth about Obamacare.

Just last week, the group blasted out emails and tweets to activists encouraging them to “see how Obamacare is already working.”

But Organizing for Action is wrong. Obamacare isn’t working, and it won’t ever work. That’s why we’re challenging every claim Obamacare supporters make—and you should, too. Congress should refuse to spend a single dime implementing this massive train wreck.

Check out the infographic below and learn how Obamacare is not working.

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Doug Ross @ Journal