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With the latest upheavals in the stock market, and the influence of other major economies’ woes…like China’s…in causing problems for U.S. investors, many are reminded, once again about how interrelated our financial fortunes are with those of people and governments located far, far away. As much as we would like to think it not so, we really are living in a one-world government, a one-world society…where troubles elsewhere can very directly and very abruptly cause problems for Mr. and Mrs. John Doe living in Anytown, USA. This is another reason why it’s important that you spend at least some time... Read more →


Outside of the absolute basics (family, money, etc.), Internet security is perhaps the most important issue in your life…and you likely don’t realize it. We have all borne witness to high-profile compromises of the databases of various, well-known merchants over the last several years, compromises that have put millions upon millions at risk of identity theft in a variety of forms and fashions. In addition to those types of assaults on the security of your online information, there is, of course, the ever-present threat that one of your devices will become the victim of a direct attempt to pilfer valuable,... Read more →


By ChristianMoney.com Staff A pullback in the stock market has been predicted for some time, but even many of those expecting something in the way of a retreat are surprised to see how far and fast the equities markets have declined here recently. One Year Chart Of The Dow Jones Industrial Average First of all, the market was due for a “correction,” which is a term that’s used to describe market declines that principally occur when it’s realized by the broad investor population that stock prices have far exceeded the actual, present-day values of many companies; in a simplistic sense,... Read more →


Businessman, former Libertarian candidate for vice president, and author, Wayne Allyn Root shares his personal secrets of sucess. He takes us through his amazing career including being a sports betting expert, former TV news anchor, motivational speaker, and more. Root shares a down to earth approach that he says motivates him to succeed every day. Root also shares how he motivates his children to achieve their goals, how he stays on top of his game with fitness and supplments, and how he stays RELENTLESS. Read more →


by Robert G. Yetman, Jr., Managing Editor, The James L. Paris Report Are you familiar with mystery shopping? While you may have had no direct experience with it as yet, it has been around for a long time, and is something that can provide a way for you to earn reliable “side” money. With mystery shopping, you are essentially working as an undercover shopper for the benefit of a given retail establishment, so that the customer experience can be evaluated and improved upon by that same business. Mystery Shopping Provides Valuable Feedback To Businesses Each of us has, at one... Read more →


Jared Fogle, the former Subway pitchman who recently pleaded guilty to charges related to child pornography, is now being accused of having set up a high-profile charity that, ultimately, did basically nothing of what it said it was going to do. The Jared Foundation, which was supposed to be giving millions to schools and other youth-oriented groups for the purpose of teaching good dietary habits to young people, apparently never made even one grant. Although it collected donations for years, the charity never brought in all that much money, and now, according to records obtained by USA Today, what relatively... Read more →


By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Internships have long been a great way for college students to get their feet in the door at companies in the industries toward which their degree programs have been marching them. The trade-off has typically been that while the student has an opportunity to actually work, at a very young age, in the realm in which he or she would like to find himself employed full-time upon graduation, that sort of “fast pass” opportunity comes with the heavy-duty burden of being one that pays either nothing, or so little that it might... Read more →


Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large One of the common mistakes made when self-defense is taught is that the instruction too often ignores the simple “basics” of defending oneself, and instead focuses on the teaching of detailed, multi-step techniques that are not practically learned or applied by average people who do not devote themselves to ongoing, intensive training. Fine motor skill and complex motor skill techniques, like joint locks (fine motor skill) and multi-step techniques (complex motor skill) are tough for people to functionally learn and apply. The problem is threefold: First, fine motor skill moves are very difficult... Read more →


By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Although Pope Francis has been taking a lot of heat from conservatives and other traditional thinkers lately in response to a variety of ideas that have a clear progressive orientation (to say the least), it is worth noting his echoing of the words of Saint Paul, during his weekly Angelus message this past week, that those who do not work should not eat. It is unclear how Pope Francis might reconcile his expressed thoughts in this regard with the ideas of wealth redistribution he has declared even recently, but it comes as... Read more →


I read this story a couple of days ago and was really amazed. Most notable was that this gold was found in shallow water (only about 6 feet deep). They also believe that there is $400 million more in these gold coins yet to be found! I started wondering how common this was, and how many people are actively working today as 'treasure hunters.' I read another news report right after this about two individuals that claim to have found a Nazi treasure train in a buried tunnel in Poland. The contents of this train could be worth billions. $4.5M... Read more →


By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large GOP presidential candidate and current frontrunner Donald Trump proved to be a big hit on Friday night in a rally at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Alabama. Estimates put the size of the crowd at between 20,000 and 30,000 people. Among the politicians welcoming Trump to Mobile was Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL), who briefly spoke admiringly of “the Donald” and even went as far as to don one of Trump’s signature “Make America Great Again” hats. Was Session’s telegraphing a future endorsement of Trump, perhaps? Trump’s no-nonsense demeanor and unguarded way of speaking... Read more →


There was a time, not too many years ago, that having your name on a college diploma was a really big deal. In today's world, however, a college diploma is the new high school diploma. College degrees do not carry anywhere near the weight they once did. Due to the ease of obtaining student loans, a college degree may communicate nothing more than that you are up to your eyeballs in debt. As a result, the landscape of hiring has dramatically changed, Human resources departments can no longer simply skim through a stack of resumes and separate those with degrees... Read more →


There is startling information from the U.S. government that reveals there has been a marked increase in the number of Chinese secret agents with “boots on the ground” here in the United States. Beyond the information itself, part of what makes this so striking is that U.S. officials are not usually this forthcoming with its citizens about the existence of such threats…but here we are. The agents are dispatched specifically by China’s Ministry of Public Security – think “secret police,” like Russia’s old KGB, the notorious Stasi of East Germany, etc. According to U.S. officials, their number has increased substantially... Read more →


By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Jared Fogle is…was…the guy we spent time secretly envying, making all of that money and enjoying all of that notoriety simply for having been someone who lost lots of weight on a diet made up largely of Subway sandwiches. We do not, however, envy him any longer - the now-former pitchman, whose entire claim to fame was that he lost a bunch of weight on a diet composed largely of Subway sandwiches, has agreed to plead guilty to charges related in some form or fashion to child pornography and having sex with... Read more →