How are you going to become a warrior in a garden? During this episode we consider the road to self-sufficiency. A part of that journey to being more independent is the ability to produce food when needed.
Our SWAT Fuel Warrior of the Week wants to talk about truck guns. Is an AR-style pistol a good truck gun? What exactly is a truck gun and from where did that phrase originate? We are happy to have this talk.
What is happening in China and should you care? Are you looking for some unusual entertainment? Professor Paul attended an unusual event this last weekend and will tell you all about it.
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Elevated food prices are just one of many new challenges China needs to face in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Food prices rose 11.1% in June from a year ago, according to the National Bureau of Statistics. Weekly data from the Ministry of Commerce showed prices of agricultural food products rose 1.2% in the week ended July 5 from a week ago. Prices rose another 0.8% in the week through Sunday, according to Commerce Ministry data released Tuesday.
Authorities have been closely monitoring food prices as they are an important aspect of maintaining social stability.
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