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Are You Worried About Ukraine & Russia? Better Prepare For What’s Coming!

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Between Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, $5 a gallon gas here at home, and two years of supply chain nightmares, people are starting to ask themselves if they’re ready for whatever life throws at them next.

That’s the question you begin with if you want the answer to that question to be ‘yes’.

None of us really knows if or when the Bad Thing is going to happen, or what it will look like if it does. But there’s a world of difference between being dependent on a government handout to rescue you from the Bad Thing and having a Plan B right there in your pantry.

There are a lot of little things you or I can do to be ready if we get knocked for a loop. And they aren’t all that crazy or complicated either.

There are a certain number of staples you should have on hand. Add a garden, if you can. Build up a stock of preserves, and you’ll be surpised at how quickly you can be resilient to whatever life may throw your way.

In this week’s show, Skip takes you through his home, showing you the simple things he did to prepare. It didn’t take much, and his family ready for pretty much anything.

Here’s the link to his podcasts, if you’d like to look him up and subscribe.

Skip Coryell

Skip Coryell lives with his wife and children in Michigan. Skip Coryell is the author of nine books including  Blood in the Streets: Concealed Carry and the OK Corral; RKBA: Defending the Right to Keep and Bear Arms; The God Virus, and We Hold These Truths. He is the founder of The Second Amendment March and the President of White Feather Press. He is an avid hunter and sportsman, a Marine Corps veteran, and co-host of the syndicated radio show Frontlines of Freedom. Skip also hosts the weekly podcast The Home Defense Show, which can be heard 24/7 at For more details on Skip Coryell, or to contact him personally, go to his website at