By: Mike Adams
Millions of Californians are about to be hit with strict water rationing — daily “allocation” numbers that represent the maximum amount of water you’re allowed to use for any purpose. Households that exceed the allocation limit will face stiff fines of hundreds of dollars per violation.
“In July, the State Water Resources Control Board passed stage one emergency regulations, giving powers to all local water agencies to fine $500 per violation,” reports the San Gabriel Valley Tribune. 
Keep in mind that these are only “stage one” emergency regulations. Stages two and three have yet to be invoked and will only become more severe.
The amount of water each household is allowed by water districts will be determined by government employees viewing satellite imagery of private properties, then calculating how much water that property should be allowed to use. Read more »
By: Anna Rodriguez Survival Central Contributor
An unstoppable epidemic sweeps the entire world and wipes out more than half of the entire population in less than a year. The world powers suddenly enter into world war 3 and unleash a worldwide nuclear holocaust. These two apocalyptic news are some of the possible events that can usher in the worst fear of the the staunchest of preppers: societal collapse.
Imagine the lives of Rick Grimes and his group in the walking dead. A complete societal collapse means having to live a life eerily close to that one.
So do you think of yourself as a hardcore prepper? Do you consider yourself prepared for a post-apocalyptic societal collapse? Yes? No? Well, just to make sure, maybe you should cross-check your preparedness checklist with ours to make sure you’re not missing anything. Read more »
The Bunker Mentality
The Blaze is running a fascinating profile of a guy who’s working on a sprawling underground bunker complex for families to retreat to when Doomsday drops.
The Kansas caverns are 100 feet to 150 feet below the surface and have a constant natural temperature in the low 70s. They are supported by thick limestone pillars six times stronger than concrete and will have blast doors built to withstand a one-megaton nuclear explosion as close as 10 miles away, Vicino said. Read more »