While 108 million people watched the SuperBowl on Sunday, far fewer paid attention to some key news items like the ones featured in this week’s Friday Five from PreppingToSurvive: DOJ memo affirms U.S citizens can be assassinated without due process of the law, the U.S. Supreme Court will decide if remaining silent can be interpreted as admission of guilt, 49 ways to save money on your grocery bill, medical quarantines in a post-TEOTWAWKI era, and Korea posts inflammatory video depicting a U.S. city under a missile attack.
Korea Posts Video of Missile Attacks on U.S.
As Legislators and the President chip away at the Second Amendment by seeking to disarm U.S. Citizens, Korea posted an inflammatory video depicting a U.S. city ablaze after being attacked with missiles. Meanwhile South Korea warns the world that another nuclear test by the North “seems to be imminent.” From The Sun.
DOJ: U.S. Citizen Can Be Executed Without Trial
According to a memo from the Justice Department, the U.S. government can assassinate it’s own citizens without due process if it believes, at it’s sole discretion, that the killing is warranted. No specific or imminent threats are required and the government “doesn’t have to try all that hard to capture someone” before killing them. From NPR.
49 Ways to Save Money on Groceries
As preppers, we’re accustomed to making the most of our resources, looking for ways to make every available item go further and last longer. Neil Shelton over at HomeStead.org has some ways to save money on the groceries you buy. Saving money on groceries means we’ll have more funds for other items. From HomeStead.org.
Right to Remain Silent is Can Be Used as Admission of Guilt?
The Supreme Court recently agreed to hear a case from Texas involving…silence. It seems that law enforcement and prosecutors determined that the suspect’s silence was evidence of guilt and the man was convicted of murder. If this stands, a person’s right to remain silent could be synonymous with a guilty plea. From Reuters.
Medical Quarantines After TEOTWAWKI
Contagious diseases can be a tremendous annoyance now, but thanks to modern medicine we can typically recover from them. However in a survival post-TEOTWAWKI situation, how you treat those exposed to potentially deadly diseases could affect not only whether they live or die, but whether you do as well. From PrepperIdeas.