Author Archives: Survival Update Team

Author Archives: Survival Update Team

  • Buying a New House vs. an Old House: Pros and Cons

    Buying a New House vs. an Old House: Pros and Cons

    Home buyers have a lot to consider, and one of the biggest questions that comes up is whether you want a newer home in a suburban neighborhood or an older home in a more established neighborhood. Everyone’s situation varies, depending on their age, budget, household size, and age of their ...
  • America 2.0 – The Economy in 2020 and Beyond

    America 2.0 – The Economy in 2020 and Beyond

    We’re on the verge of an economic and manufacturing boom. It will completely reshape America and the markets as we know them. I’ve been hinting at this boom for the last four years, offering you a piece of the pie with every mega trend I talk about. Everything from the Internet of Things to ...
  • Scheme to Jail Licensed Gun Owners Who Resist Confiscation

    Scheme to Jail Licensed Gun Owners Who Resist Confiscation

    It doesn’t get much worst for law-abiding gun owners then having an out-of-control anti-Second Amendment zealot, and documented racist using the power of his office in an unconstitutional assault against a segment of its citizenry. However, that’s exactly what’s taking place in the ...
  • Pew Research: Race Divides Democrats on Faith and Marriage

    Pew Research: Race Divides Democrats on Faith and Marriage

    Race seems to be the big divide among registered Democrats, which may be the reason why President Trump is polling anywhere between 18 to 34% approval among black voters. According to a study by the Pew Research Center, although “partisan politics” is the largest factor that divides Americans’ ...
  • Desperate Strategy: Dems Contemplate Withholding Impeachment Articles from Senate

    Desperate Strategy: Dems Contemplate Withholding Impeachment Articles from Senate

    House Democratic lawmakers faced with a resounding “no confidence” from the Senate, are now devising a new strategy, in their continued attempt to usurp the Constitution. Not content with politically weaponizing impeachment, and making a mockery out of a somber and sobering process, “nervous” ...
  • The Ups and Downs of Today’s Drones

    The Ups and Downs of Today’s Drones

    Drones. Whether you love them or hate them, I think we can all agree that they are something we will see more and more of in the future. The question is, is this a good thing or a bad thing? As with much technology, the answer to that depends on who is in control of […]
  • Can Humans Function with Only Half a Brain?

    Can Humans Function with Only Half a Brain?

    Epileptic seizures can be devastating to a child. This is especially true when the epilepsy is severe, causing dozens of seizures each day. Sometimes these seizures cannot be controlled with medication, and the severity and sheer number of them begin to cause injury to the healthy parts of the ...
  • Thanksgiving Traditions : How They Really Began

    Thanksgiving Traditions : How They Really Began

    We Americans love our holiday traditions. Decorated trees on Christmas, egg hunts on Easter, and fireworks on July 4th all hold a special place in our hearts and our memories. How about Thanksgiving? Let’s look at some of the more enjoyable traditions of our turkey holiday. Food, of course, is ...
  • The Life-Threatening Dangers of Belly Fat

    The Life-Threatening Dangers of Belly Fat

    I’m pretty sure every American knows that having too much body fat is not a good thing. What many people don’t know, though, is that not all fat is created equal. The kind of fat a person has, and where it is located on the body, can have different effects on that person’s health. Most […]
  • Five Foods That Sneak Extra Sugar into Your Diet

    Five Foods That Sneak Extra Sugar into Your Diet

    We try to eat healthy when we can, with the occasional indulgence in a piece of birthday cake or a slice of pizza. By now, most Americans know that sugar is the culprit when it comes to many of our health issues, including liver disease, heart disease, and type 2 diabetes. Most Americans get ...