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163: Being Prepared Without Becoming a Prepper

163: Being Prepared Without Becoming a Prepper

Anyone who has found himself or herself prepared for an unexpected situation knows how comforting it is to realize that you have the ability handle unforeseen challenges that arise. Sometimes, however, the desire to become self-reliant can morph into the caricature of “the prepper” with an almost pathological focus on what can go wrong. Where is the golden mean of being prepared but not over-prepared? For that matter, what exactly are we preparing for?.   Links mentioned: The 10 Daily Habits of Prepared People by Daisy Luther
August 10, 2019
17: Dr. John Lott Setting the Record Straight On Guns

17: Dr. John Lott Setting the Record Straight On Guns

As widespread and instantaneous as our mass media has become, it’s curious that stories involving firearms are so rarely reported accurately. Does private firearms ownership translate into a societal bloodbath or are there authentic benefits to society? Dr. John Lott’s research has offered a clear and unflinching record of the good and the bad. It’s a huge advantage to have the benefit of Dr. Lott’s dispassionate analysis when examining a topic that can spark strong emotions on both sides of the debate.
August 14, 2017