Do you have everything you need in your car for an emergency? Besides the typical auto-emergency tools, these five items are a good start for your car or truck survival kit.
Most Recent Posts
The Islamic State posted a video on Nov. 16 promising an attack on Washington D.C. In the video, a man identified as Al Ghareeb said, “I say to the European countries that we are coming, coming with booby traps and explosives, coming with explosive belts and (gun) silencers and you will be unable to stop us because today we are much stronger than before.” Terrorists will strike anywhere, at anytime. We know that ISIS will strike again. Are you prepared? Read the full story and weigh in with your tips or predictions.
We have had a terrifying couple of years, from Ebola to stripping the 2A rights of hundreds of thousands of people who draw social security. The Shooter’s Log highlights the top 16 scariest posts Cheaper Than Dirt! has ever published—from zombies to martial law to ammo bans…
Tired of the same old survival lists you see all the time. This one is a bit…different…Click to see if you are missing these overlooked, but nine essential items from your zombie apocalypse survival kit.
The threat of a bioterrorist attack is very real. In 1984, a radical group infected over 700 Americans with salmonella in Oregon. But that’s small potatoes compared to the potential of what bioterrorism agents can do. You cannot escape, but you can prepare. Are you ready for a bioterrorist attack?
Most of us are dependent on the nation’s power grid, so what happens when there is an extended power outage? Prepare for the worst with this how-to guide on surviving power outages.
The sky is falling! The sky is falling! Is an asteroid really on a collision course toward Earth, ending life as we know it? According to Doomsday predications there is. But do those predications have any basis in reality? The answer might surprise you. Read on to learn how to survive an asteroid impact on Earth.
As of May 21, 2014, 485,181 acres have already burned due to forest fires. Unfortunately, the U.S. isn’t even in peak wildfire season yet. Learn how to protect your home and your family by reading this guide. It will tell you how to prepare beforehand, how to create a safe zone around you home, what to do if you have to stay and defend, and what to do after the fire.
A bug out bag is any bag or container stocked with essential survival items that will see you through any type of emergency or disaster, at least for 24 hours. Usually filled with either water or a way to get safe drinking water, food—like energy bars or MREs—a way to start a fire, copies of important documents and a good knife, but out bag are designed to be a grab and go carry all if you have to evacuate or bug-in at home due to bad weather, power outages or civil unrest. Cheaper Than Dirt! presents its essential guide to packing a bug-out bag. This post highlights the top 10 articles guiding you through prepping for an emergency—earthquakes, storms, flu, zombies, hurricanes and other man-made or natural disasters.
Martial Law would be one way President Obama could actually take our guns. Operation Jade Helm 15 began this week in seven states. This massive military training exercise, of the likes the country has never seen before have many speculating on what it is exactly the military is training for. Is Jade Helm preparing the U.S. Military for nationwide Martial Law? Are Blue Bell and Wal-Mart in on it? Read to find out all you need to know about Jade Helm and how to survive Martial Law.