The booming economy is bringing with it a record number of seasonal jobs with hourly rate and benefits that are turning a lot of heads. The usual suspects are hiring an unprecedented number of seasonal workers this year, including - Target, JCPenney, Kohl's, Walmart, CVS, Macy's, Amazon, and of course UPS and Fed-Ex. Although we regularly hear that seasonal jobs could lead to regular full-time positions, that will be never be more the case than this year. Due to the stiff competition for retail talent, recruiting started in the middle of the summer this year (rather than the traditional late... Read more →


Author and economist, Laurence Kotlikoff, joins Jim Paris Live to discuss his bestselling book on Social Security benefits. Get What’s Yours explains Social Security benefits through basic strategies and stirring stories. It covers the most frequent benefit scenarios faced by married retired couples; by divorced retirees; by widows and widowers. It explains what to do if you’re a retired parent of dependent children; disabled; an eligible beneficiary who continues to work. It addresses the tax consequences of your choices, as well as the financial implications for other investments. Changes to Social Security that took effect in 2016 make it more... Read more →


With this last minute accusation by Christine Blasey Ford stop Brett Kavanaugh from being confirmed? Weather reporters stage 'fake' scenes and get pummeled on social media. Why did the FBI seize control of a New Mexico sunspot observatory? Matt Drudge and Michael Moore make surprising political predictions, and more than a year later the left wing media blames Trump for Puerto Rico hurricane deaths. Read more →


What is CloudCoin? College professor and inventor of CloudCoin joins Jim Paris Live. What makes CloudCoin different? What is the future of the cryptocurrency markets? Is it too late to invest? Has Bitcoin peaked? What cryptocurrency has the best chance to be the next market leader? Read more →


On this episode Jim discusses why companies like Nike, Levis, and Starbucks, are alienating millions of Americans with their progressive agendas. Also, the danger of social media companies with unchecked power and the latest on the Alex Jones. Catholic exorcist says that the church's child abuse scandal is demonic, and Roger Stone's comments on Jeff Sessions. Read more →


Most people have at one time or another gotten that phone call from a collection agency seeking payment on a past due account. The call may or may not have been preceded by collection letters. Tactics used by debt collectors run the gamut. Some are legitimate businesses following the law, and at the other end of the spectrum you have complete scammers. If you are in the unfortunate circumstance of owing a debt that you can't pay, you don't have to accept harassment. A cease communication letter may be a temporary solution until you have the necessary funds to pursue... Read more →


On this episode Jim covers the breaking news of the possible implication of the Pope in the child sex abuse scandal and at least one former Vatican official is calling for his resignation. Will the next target of Robert Mueller be Donald Trump, Jr.? The media uses the death of John McCain to bash the president, how should conservatives react? Bitcoin prices stabalize after another wave of ETF applications are rejected by the SEC, and Twitter CEO called to testify before Congress. Read more →


Alliance of Evil establishes that without a doubt the United States and her allies are locked in a prophetic global confrontation on many fronts, a new kind of dual Cold War with the Russians and Chinese. The Russian Federation under a populist authoritarian leader seriously threatens the West ideologically, through cyber-space and militarily thanks to that country s heavy investment in sophisticated mass killing weapons. The Peoples Republic of China is a great power with global ambitions led by a new kind of authoritarian communist leader focused on rapidly growing the world s most populous nation economically and militarily. Together,... Read more →


Former mortgage brokers James L. Paris and Robert G. Yetman, Jr. detail exactly how credit scores are calculated and how a consumer can quickly raise their score. The book is based on years of working with individual clients with credit situations as difficult as recent bankruptcies, foreclosures, and even IRS tax liens. Includes letters that can be used to dispute inaccurate information from a credit bureau report. Step by step information on what you need to do if you are currently attempting to get approved for a credit card, auto loan, or mortgage. Includes sources of no qualifying credit accounts... Read more →


Wade Shepard is a growing part of the 'perpetual traveler' movement. He has traveled to more than 88 countries and makes his living as an itinerant writer. Shepard shares insights into this new traveling lifestyle that has become especially popular among millennials. Also discussed is the exploding opportunity of travel vlogging. Read more →


An Orlando teacher quits his job for a grocery delivery gig that pays more than $100,000 per year! Jim also shares his thoughts on the Manafort jury, the latest news on Bitcoin and cryptocurrency, Omarosa, the Chicago street war, and the future of the Movie Pass. Read more →


No kidding, I ran across an article at Money.com about a teacher that quit his job and now makes $100,000 a year delivering groceries. 45 year old Ed Hennessey lives in Orlando and has developed quite an income as a personal grocery shopper. He works as an independent contractor for Shipt, a membership based grocery delivery service owned by Target. Admittedly, Hennessey puts in a lot of hours for his money (the article says he works 60 hours a week), but who would have thought that you could make $100,000 a year grocery shopping! Full Time Or Part Time One... Read more →


I’m sure you’ve had those days where you wake up and scarf down something that’s convenient so you can get out the door as fast as possible. Now it should go without saying that starting your day with foods like doughnuts, pastries, or pancakes is a fat storing NIGHTMARE. But most folks turn to other so-called healthier alternatives that are nearly just as bad. Here are 3 of the WORST Foods to Eat in the Morning Muffins Most store-bought muffins are giant, which means they can sometimes contain over 600-700 calories that have absolutely NO protein or healthy fats to... Read more →


Eleven women went missing over the spring and summer of 1988 in New Bedford, Massachusetts, an old fishing port known as the Whaling City, where Moby Dick, Frederick Douglass, textile mills, and heroin-dealing represent just a few of the many threads in the community’s diverse fabric. In Shallow Graves, investigative reporter Maureen Boyle tells the story of a case that has haunted New England for thirty years. The Crimes: The skeletal remains of nine of the women, aged nineteen to thirty-six, were discovered near highways around New Bedford. Some had clearly been strangled, others were so badly decomposed that police... Read more →


Jim was attending a minor league baseball game in Sarasota when a young fan was robbed of a free shirt by an adult sitting nearby, Jim shares what he did about it. Jim also visited the Ringling Museum and ended up being closely followed by security (maybe because he was filming?). The latest news in the world of cryptocurrency, including is Facebook working on a cryptocurrency deal with Stellar? Read more →