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Leonard is an unbridled optimist on a mission to help people rediscover the spirit of rugged, self-reliance that made America strong. With his quick wit and charming, Minnesota, country-boy attitude, Leonard will leave you and your readers believing that there's real hope for the future. The sons and daughters of the pioneers still have what it takes to make America "The land of the free and the home of the brave."

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Modern Survival to: Survive anything

You see, when most people think “prepared” they think Boy Scouts and special forces soldiers. The real survival experts.

To be honest, there is only a handful of survival experts in the world. These guys will get America running if/when we get hit by a large scale terrorist attack, or riots start (won’t be long now since Obamacare isn’t working!).

Is this to scare you.....Nnooo!

But to move you to be prepared.

These patriots are some of the toughest men we’ve got, and are going to single-handedly save thousands of lives. And you won’t know who they are until it hits the fan.

These guys seem like you and me. In many ways they are.

The difference is, they are incredibly deadly, and ready for anything this messed up world has to throw at them.

Did you know that the US government held over 700 “preparedness classes” this year, because they can see American families are in trouble. If the government sees it, it must be pretty obvious.

And you’re much different than the “average” American.
Being really prepared is tough, even as an American who knows exactly what’s coming.


Look at these stats from two years ago.

*Hurricanes (there have been 5 major US hurricanes this year),

*Tornado (797 and counting in 2010)

*Flood (Nashville was hit by a 1,000 year flood this year)

*Or Rioting (what would happen if a Liberal rally goes violent since the nation is tired of their lies?)

Watch the OWScrowds.

Things like just don’t happen to us.

Really? Here’s what I saw

when I looked back at 2010,

just 2 years ago.

Since 1995 the frequency & severity of storms has drastically increased.

*Jan. 2010 – The 6.5 magnitude Eureka Earthquake hit California(the Haitian Earthquake was only .5 higher).

*Feb. 2010 – Our Nation’s Capital & the entire northeast were rocked by the Second North American Blizzard, which stopped traffic, knocked out power and even took life.

*Apr. 2010 – The freak tornado outbreak that stretched across the Midwest and spawned 60+ confirmed tornadoes in 48 hours.

*May 2010 – Tennessee is bombarded with double its record rainfall (from 170mm to 345 mm) damaging and destroying property, even as far as Nashville.

*Jun. 2010 – Arkansas is hit by at least 150mm of rain in a mere hours, raising the little Mississippi 23 feet – responsible for more deaths.

*Jul. 2010 – California wildfires destroy 16,460 acres of property (that’s enough land for 32,920 homes)!

*Sep. 2010 – Vermillion 380 Platform explodes in the Gulf of Mexico, spilling more oil and driving prices higher.

The world isn’t getting any safer for your family. And our country is getting worse.

This article is meant clearly to get you thinking. I stated the facts above to help motivate you to protect your family. There is so much more to talk about. I look forward to sharing more with you in the near future.

What to do for preparation for the family.....

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It is an attitude, an expression, a look, a touch.
It is anything that lifts another person.

Acts of Kindness in words creates confidence.
Acts of Kindness in thinking creates profoundness.
Acts of Kindness in giving creates love.

Remember there's no such thing as a small act of kindness.
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Govt: Surging Pork, Beef Costs Will Push Food Prices Even High

Surging pork and beef costs will keep pressure on U.S. food inflation, which the Department of Agriculture says will rise 3 percent to 4 percent this year, the most since 2008.

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While the overall estimate for food inflation was left unchanged in today’s report, the USDA said prices for meat, poultry and fish will jump 5 percent to 6 percent, led by beef, which may climb 8 percent, and pork, which could gain 7.5 percent. The beef estimate was increased by 2.5 percentage points from March and pork was raised 1 percentage point.

“I suspect when December arrives we will see increases of 4 to 6 percent” for the year in overall prices, said Bill Lapp, the president of Advanced Economic Solutions, an agricultural- research company based in Omaha, Nebraska. “The pressure on food prices is clearly on the upside,” said Lapp, a former chief economist for ConAgra Foods Inc.

Earlier this month, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said food costs rose 0.7 percent in March, capping a 2 percent gain for the first quarter. Cattle futures traded in Chicago were up 6.3 percent for the year through April 21, and hogs had increased 25 percent, on rising export demand. Crude oil surged 33 percent.

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“Cost pressures on wholesale and retail-food prices due to higher energy and food-commodity prices, along with strengthening global food demand, have pushed inflation projections for 2011 upward,” Ephraim Leibtag, the USDA’s food-inflation economist, said in a note that accompanied today’s report.

The USDA also raised its estimate for inflation for fats and oils by a full percentage point, to 6 percent to 7 percent. Costs for fruits and vegetables will increase by 3.5 percent to 4.5 percent, the department said, a half-percentage-point gain.

In the first quarter, meat and fish prices rose 3.2 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. A fresh whole chicken cost $1.269 a pound at the end of March, slightly lower than $1.28 at the beginning of the year, while consumers paid about $2.715 for a pound of ground beef, a 14 percent increase.

Vegetable Increases:

The price of a pound of field-grown tomatoes last month reached $2.086 a pound, the highest since 2007 and almost a third more expensive than at the beginning of the year, the bureau said.

Fresh fruit and vegetables, which have more volatile prices because of their vulnerability to weather disruptions, have already risen 6.5 percent this year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That trend may level off with better weather, Lapp said.

Wholesale-food costs unexpectedly dropped 0.2 percent in March after rising 3.9 percent in February, the biggest gain since November 1974, according to Bloomberg data. The decline was paced by a 21 percent drop in vegetables.

The wholesale-price drop “was a temporary phenomenon,” said Lapp, who estimates that $30 billion in additional commodity and wholesale costshave not yet been passed on to consumers.

Food prices will continue to rise steadily in coming months, with a risk of significant gains should weather disrupt U.S. grain and oilseed production, he said.

“It’s very difficult for companies to pass their expenses onto their customers in a competitive environment,” Lapp said.

The USDA also raised its estimate for inflation for fats and oils by a full percentage point, to 6 percent to 7 percent. Costs for fruits and vegetables will increase by 3.5 percent to 4.5 percent, the department said, a half-percentage-point gain.

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