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For those of us who complained about the cost of the Pope's recent visit, we were reminded that he is a head of state, and that the Vatican is a sovereign country (basically, "Shut up, this is diplomatic protocol."). I asked my own radio audience why we have never had a multi-million dollar parade for Billy Graham. When I started reading estimates of the overall cost of the Papal visit reaching nearly a half a billion dollars, I could not believe it. And for what? So he could kiss a few babies, trade his hat with a few people (yes,... Read more →


***The following report shares a unique way you can earn money by showing people how to drop cable TV, but if you just want the free report on how to do this yourself, you can get that by Clicking Here (after clicking on this link the report will be downloaded to your computer). How To Earn Money Telling People About Free And Low Cost TV One thing that people regularly ask me is, "how do you make money from your website and blog?" As many of you know, I am a huge believer in multiple streams of income. Without getting... Read more →


By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large I’m a big fan of the Alive After the Fall package. The basis of Alive After the Fall is Scripturally-foretold electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attacks that can plunge an affected area into darkness, and the practical steps you can take to make it through the event should it strike the area in which you live. One feature I especially like about the Alive After the Fall package is the wealth of information it offers on survival topics beyond the more singular issue of EMP attacks. One of the bonus special reports that’s included... Read more →


By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Outdoor gear retailer REI has made some big waves by announcing that it will remain closed on Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving and the unofficial first day of the Christmas shopping season. Not only has the company decided to stay closed on what has become the biggest shopping day of the year, but it will even be paying its employees for the day they’re not working. I, for one, think it’s great if REI wants to do this, and the company’s Facebook page has been bombarded with messages in support of... Read more →


Author Stephen Michaud shares the chilling account of the more than 100 hours he spent interviewing serial killer Ted Bundy. Bundy was guilty and he had no intention of admitting it, at least not openly. However, they did see a possible way to finesse the situation. Although Bundy was not ready to say, "I did it," he clearly wanted to discuss himself and what he'd done. So Michaud offered him a way to do that, to "speculate" about the murders, and the person who committed them, in the third-person. "Ted jumped at the suggestion," Michaud recalls. "It wasn't long before... Read more →


A review of several years of the Clintons' tax returns have raised a mysterious question - how has $50 million dollars of their fortune disappeared? Puerto Rico wants approval to file for bankruptcy so they can borrow more money. Deed theft scams are on the rise again, why banks are considering negative interest rates on saving accounts, and Donald Trump under fire for questionning Ben Carson's Seventh Day Adventist denomination. Read more →


By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large United Airlines is apologizing after a disabled man crawled off one of their planes in an attempt to use the bathroom. D’Arcee Neal flew into Washington last week from San Francisco, which was a five-hour flight. Neal has cerebral palsy, and his disability makes it difficult to use the small facilities on the aircraft. A wheelchair that was supposed to be ready for him at the gate was delayed over a mix-up. Neal had already waited for the rest of the passengers to disembark, which took about 15 minutes, and he then... Read more →


By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Quentin Tarantino is hearing it loud and clear after taking part in an anti-cop rally held in the wake of the slaying of another NYPD officer. The Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, New York City’s police union, is clamoring for a boycott of Tarantino films after the director referred to cops as “murderers” while speaking to a crowd of protestors in a Saturday rally in Washington Square Park. The director of films like Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, and Inglourious Basterds later admitted the unfortunate timing of the rally, given the killing last Tuesday of... Read more →


By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large One of the areas of Internet security that is increasingly intriguing to me is this idea that you can be on the Internet anonymously. I like that. Every time I turn around, it seems as though someone else is trying to intrude on my life…or into my wallet…simply by virtue of the fact that I am online. I’ve written before about the wonderful Patriot Privacy Kit digital book, and how I think it serves as a great manual for staying safe while roaming around online. I’ve previously highlighted the great information it... Read more →


By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large The scams, they just keep on coming. I’ve often wondered if people who put these things together spent the same amount of time applying their brains and their efforts to something legitimate, would they get to enjoy both money and the opportunity to spend it? Take the case of Toney Calhoun, of Jacksonville, Florida. Calhoun was just sentenced to five years in prison for running a nationwide warrant scam. Warrant scams are just the latest in a long list of scam “types” that have innocent parties forking over their dough in fear,... Read more →


By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Conspiracy theorists, prophecy mavens, and others who are regularly intrigued by unusual phenomena have had a field day recently with striking images over China that make it appear as though there is a “floating city” in the skies. Thousands of residents of the Guangdong province reported seeing the city floating above Foshan, and, a few days later, residents of Jiangxi reported seeing the same thing. As you might expect, theories have emerged that attribute the “floating city” to everything from a secret NASA project, to proof of a parallel universe, to the... Read more →


Biblical Ark Of The Covenant Found?

Researcher, Author, and filmmaker, Harry Moskoff joins Jim for a fascinating discussion about his search for the biblical Ark Of The Covenant. Moskoff shares his theory that the most prized find in archaeological history may be within an elaborate tunnel system below the temple mount. He also discusses why they CIA has been tracking the search for biblical artifacts, the reason that governmental powers are preventing a search of the tunnels, the involvement of the Knights Templar, his thoughts on the Da Vinci Code, what role the Ark might play in Bible prophecy, and more. Read more →


Reality Star Indicted For Bankruptcy Fraud

On this episode Jim discusses the recent indictment of Dance Mom's Star Abby Lee Miller, mass shooting at Florida zombie festival, Google's plans to take its street view to virtual reality, Obama orders Iran sanctions to be lifted despite their long range missile test, and Donald Trump says his immigration policies would have stopped the September 11th attacks. 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 →


The Internet is changing yet another industry; home security. Traditional alarm companies are notorious for locking people into three year (and longer) monitoring contracts. Many also promote a $99 alarm system, only to upsell homeowners into several thousand dollar packages. In many ways, the industry operates like the old days of the car business. What makes matters worse, is that after paying thousands of dollars you may not actually own your alarm system equipment. Many of these contracts are structured as leases, meaning you are only paying rent and never own the equipment! Update: October 15, 2015 My Own Story... Read more →