Preparedness & Survival



Mr. Grumpy Rears His Ugly Head – Again
Preparedness & Survival
by Capt. William E. Simpson, MAY 15, 2017



It’s that time of year when Mr. Grump the rattlesnake rears his ugly head. It’s also the time of year when people (and dogs) begin venturing-out and spending a lot more time engaged in recreation around the traditional rattlesnake habitats. Fishermen, hunters, hikers, surveyors, firefighters, ranchers and others who start spending more time in rural areas will be seeing the...
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Nuclear Attack Profile - Direct Hit and Fallout Maps
Preparedness & Survival
by Capt. William E. Simpson, APRIL 13, 2017

OPINION

Where you happen to find yourself (living) if there should be a nuclear event, such as the one threatened by North Korea, can make a big difference in the amount of awareness and preparation needed in order to survive any such potential attack on the United States. FEMA and other agencies, including but not limited to NOAA, have examined and gamed-out...
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The Vanishing Spirit of America - A Photo Essay
Preparedness & Survival
by Capt. William E. Simpson, APRIL 11, 2017



I have crested the high places of the earth in the darkness to greet the fiery orb rising in the east and the beginning of a new day… I was nurtured and raised with the unyielding love and protection of a mystic queen… I have raced with the wind, and won… I have watched planets and stars move through the evening...
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A Bittersweet End
Preparedness & Survival
by Capt. William E. Simpson, MARCH 28, 2017



It was late morning on Thursday March 23rd 2017 when on a remote mountainside in the far northern-most part of California, I met Gemini’s Star, an orphaned filly that had been born into this hard world at dawn that day. As I write this, it has been two days since I began wondering why God had placed that tiny filly...
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Water wars coming to California? Is the drought really over?
Preparedness & Survival
by Capt. William E. Simpson, MARCH 7, 2017

OPINION

In California, the poor growth and development policies that have resulted from a lack of vision have led-to and are continuing to lead Californians down a path of unsustainable growth and a widening gap between the demand and availability of critical resources, especially water.  This gargantuan problem is augmented by a growing financial crises in California as evidenced by an out...
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Liberal Professor Fear-Mongering To Keep Federal Land Controls
Preparedness & Survival
by Capt. William E. Simpson, JANUARY 20, 2017

OPINION

On Monday January 16th 2017, The Associated Press broke a story titled; ‘Proposal to transfer federal land to states worries outdoor enthusiasts’, which alleges a ridiculous claim that is far from the truth: “A change in U.S. House rules making it easier to transfer millions of acres of federal public lands to states is worrying hunters and outdoor enthusiasts who fear...
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