Every Friday on my show at Red State Talk Radio (listen live Monday through Friday at 2:00 pm Eastern), I answer email questions from listeners. Today, I asked for questions about prepping. I took the segment of that show in which I answer questions and isolated it here.
Below are the questions asked, edited only for spelling and punctuation. If any of them interest you, please take a listen to the podcast itself.
- No name – You seem new to prepping so why should we listen to you?
- Andy O. from outside Minneapolis – A comment on your Substack said that MRE’s are a waste of money, but you had recommended them. Who’s right?
- Krissy – What do we do about prescription meds if things go south. I cannot survive without them nor can my husband.
- No name – What scenarios do you see as most likely making us fend for ourselves? Do you recommend iodine for nuclear war?
- Kyle from Denmark – Is Elon Musk a good guy or a bad guy?
- Filemone – I have a large family in a crowded city. We have very close friends and family here and we are trying to take advantage of this fact since only one of us even has a big yard and none of us have a lot of space. What can we do to make sure we’re taking care of each other?
- Sam (Samantha) from Franklin PA – I’m getting mixed signals on gold and silver. Should I buy or should I not?
- No name – We are very late to prepping and I have a few thousand dollars to spend. Pretend like we have nothing stocked up yet and tell me what to buy.
- No name – Should we leave the city?
- Vera from Texas – Our church started an emergency group for people to share their supplies but I’ve always heard to keep prepping a secret.
- Jake from State Farm – I live alone but I have a young son nearby and I’m sure he and his mother will come to me if the apocalypse comes. I have 200 lbs of rice and 50 lbs of pinto beans. I know I need more but how long will that last? Should I buy a food bucket and if so which one?
- Ann – How is your meat company coming?