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The Backyard Miracle Farm Will Change Our World Forever

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Steps are already been taken to BAN prepping… especially stockpiling food right here in America.

For example, Trump has signed an executive order that gives the government authority over and EVERY resource and infrastructure in the USA.

For many American families, stockpiling will turn out to be a HORRIBLE idea… because the military, national guard, and local police can enter our homes and search them without a warrant…

And take any «excessive resources» that you may have accumulated. This includes your food stockpile.

But after 13 years of dedicated research, there is an invention… a «food stockpile» that they can NEVER steal from you… and that will keep you and your family well fed in a crisis.

Some prepping experts call it «The Holy Grail Of Self Sufficiency».

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5 Cities Where Cost of Living Is Low And Pay Is High

Unemployment might be below 4 percent, but wage growth is stagnant. It helps to know about cities where pay is high and cost of living is low.

The job market is strong right now, but wages are also quite stagnant. This creates some pretty frustrating circumstances. Many people are working very hard and still struggling to make ends meet. But the situation is worse in some cities – where the cost of living is relatively high – than it is in others.

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White House walks back Trump’s comment on Puerto Rico’s debt

Before being pummeled by Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico faced a massive debt crisis. On Thursday, the White House walked back comments from President Trump about wiping away that debt. Council on Foreign Relations senior fellow Brad Setser joins CBSN to discuss what it will take for Puerto Rico to rebuild.

Origen: White House walks back Trump’s comment on Puerto Rico’s debt