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President Donald Trump on Wednesday chided Sen. Dean Heller for his opposition to the Republican healthcare plan, saying: "Look, he wants to remain a senator, doesn't he?""This was the one we were worried about," Trump said, pointing to the first-term Nevada Republican, considered the most vulnerable in next year's congressional elections, before the start of a luncheon with other party senators.Heller, who was seated next to the president, strongly opposed a version of the Senate's healthcare p ...
President Donald Trump's approval ratings are still under 50 percent, but have risen 1 percent since May, according to a Fox News poll released Wednesday.The same poll showed the latest version of the Senate's healthcare bill losing support before it was pulled Monday, and ¾ of Americans want Republicans to reach out to Democrats in crafting a replacement to Obamacare.According to the poll, 41 percent of respondents said they approve of the president's job performance, while 53 percent disa ...
President Donald Trump on Wednesday cautioned Russia probe special counsel Robert Mueller from delving into his family's finances, saying he would consider the move as crossing a red line."I would say yes," Trump told The New York Times in an interview in the Oval Office. "I think that’s a violation."Look, this is about Russia," he said.The president did not say what he would do should that occur, and he did not say whether he would direct the Justice Department to fire Mueller.In addition, Trum ...
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reportedly revealed in a closed-door meeting in Budapest that his nation struck Iranian arms convoys "dozens of times" in Syria.The admission during a sit-down with eastern European leaders on Wednesday was captured by an open microphone and accidentally transmitted to journalists’ headphones, Israel's Haaretz newspaper reports. Israel has typically refrained from intervening in the Syrian civil war, but the Israeli air force has been suspected of using ...
It could be argued that there’s never been a time in history, where so many Americans thought that we were on the brink of another major war. If you pay attention to the constant news stream of stories regarding Syria, North Korea, or Russia, you’d be hard pressed to deny it. In fact, a recent poll found that 76% of Americans are worried that another war will break out in the next 4 years, and 80% were afraid that we could be embroiled in a conflict with North Korea in the near future. There’ ...
When the collapse happens and you are in survival mode, you need to consider your long-term food needs.  Whatever food you have stored away will eventually run out and then you will have nothing in your pantry.  For this reason, you need to use the time you are eating through your food stores to grow your own food, food that will be ready when your stores are gone.Perhaps the most important thing to understand when it comes to growing food for survival is that some foods are bette ...
Yes, I am going there. One of the most hotly debated questions in prepper/survival/firearm enthusiast circles is around the best survival rifle. For all intents and purposes, there are only two in competition in the US and those are the AK-47 and the AR-15. I will add that there are variants of both and I am lumping all of those into these two categories. This question of what is the best survival rifle is one that I asked myself when I was considering my first rifle purchase so I wanted to take ...
The modern world is filled with information from a whole range of sources. With smartphones and other mobile devices, we can instantly tap into all the knowledge of the Internet from practically anywhere on Earth. At least, we can do that as long as all the infrastructure keeps running. When the lights go out so does all that information.But there’s plenty of information in nature if you know how to read it. It’s short on cat videos and celebrity gossip, though. The problem is that, as ...
Survival show hosts make surviving in the wilderness look like a walk in the park. Don’t be fooled into thinking that the bush contains a veritable buffet of food.Unfortunately, the mainstream perception of wilderness survival is fraught with misinformation.Myth 1: Living off the land is easy: basic necessities are everywhereSurvival shows have especially made this myth take off. The concept that whatever danger you find yourself in, there is a fairly straightforward way out (as long as you have ...
World War I was a long war that brought hunger and starvation to Europe. Agriculture was disrupted and commercial food production plummeted. The United States greatly increased shipments of food to Europe to help feed the troops and starving civilians. Food shortages were felt in the US, as they sacrificed to meet the growing food shortages, Americans learned to be careful with food and to make do with much less. We learned that war does not have to be fought in your homeland to affect you ...
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