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Four bills designed to strengthen gun control laws were contested by the U.S. Senate on Monday, but all fell to defeat after much contentious back-and-forth between Republicans and Democrats. The bills each made their way quickly through to consideration in the wake of the June 12 terrorist attack by self-proclaimed ISIS disciple Omar Mateen, who killed 49 people and injured 53 more at an Orlando gay nightclub when he opened fire with both a semi-automatic rifle and pistol. However, the perceived momentum in favor of additional gun control in the days following the Orlando attack appears to have been just... Read more →


According to researchers, new evidence has come to light showing “considerable” movement along the San Andreas Fault. The findings, published in the Nature Geoscience journal, show a “’considerable’ mall-amplitude, but spatially considerable, coherent pattern of uplift and subsidence straddling the fault system in southern California.” Although the GPS readings have been available before, they had been obscured by other collateral “noises” in the data, including those from rain and water pumping. A team from the University of Hawaii was able, through statistical analysis, to remove these noises, and what was left was definitive evidence of movement on both sides of... Read more →


It may be one of the biggest events in decades in Europe, and it happens this Thursday. The United Kingdom will hold a referendum on whether or not to leave the European Union. Could Brexit set off a world financial crisis? Ticketmaster settles a class action lawsuit and gives customer free tickets - how to find out if you are included. Fake IRS agents target college students, the Chicago School system is going bankrupt, and a half a billion dollar prepaid funeral scam. Read more →


Bible prophecy expert LA Marzulli joins Jim Paris live. On this episode - how do these attacks by Islamic radicals play into Bible prophecy? The significance of the U.K. vote to exit the European Union, the transgender agenda, Pope Francis, Donald Trump, and a preview on his upcoming movie , Watchers 10 - DNA. Read more →


The Justice Department has released what amounts to “its” version of the 911 call made by Orlando gay nightclub shooter Omar Mateen, replacing the mass murderer’s references to “Allah” with “God.” Mateen made the call while he was in the process of killing scores of people inside of Pulse nightclub on June 12, in what most see as a terrorist attack inspired by radical Islam. Although many have pointed to the nightclub’s gay orientation, as well as Mateen’s alleged declarations of hatred toward homosexuals, as the reasons to see the attack as one rooted in homophobia, Mateen pledged allegiance to... Read more →


Dr. Kelli Ward, the right-wing Republican challenger to Arizona Sen. John McCain in his bid for re-election this year, went after her opponent in no uncertain terms after he accused President Obama on Thursday of being “directly responsible” for ISIS. Co-opting the characterization of “directly responsible,” Ward seized the opportunity to use Sen. McCain’s attack on the president against the senator himself…not for the purpose of defending Obama, but to call out McCain for policies that she says have engendered and enabled the rise of the Islamic State. Further playing into Ward’s hands “in the moment” was the fact that... Read more →


There is a growing movement within the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, the legislative body of both the city and county of San Francisco, to ban any further city flyovers by the Blue Angels, the elite flight demonstration squadron of the U.S. Navy. The Blue Angels are scheduled to appear this October during San Francisco Fleet Week. Fleet Week is an annual event that celebrates the nation’s armed services, and appearances by military demonstration teams like the Blue Angels tend to put the punctuation points on such celebrations. However, County Supervisor John Avalos is no fan of the Blue Angels,... Read more →


Bitcoin Price Jump Puts It at 28-Month High. We just recorded a 1 hour double podcast episode discussing how you can get in before it's too late. On Thursday, the price of Bitcoin reached its highest level in nearly two-and-a-half years when it moved to over $750 during the session of the day. The recent, significant upward move in the price of Bitcoin has been attributed to a variety of factors, including: Investor reaction to the strategic devaluation of China’s yuan by that country’s central bank. The uncertainty surrounding a (very) possible exit of Britain from the EU (“Brexit). The... Read more →


Roger Stone, the well-known political consultant and former advisor to the Trump campaign, has made some serious waves in the couple of days by publicly suggesting that Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin is a Saudi spy. Abedin, a Muslim, has served Mrs. Clinton in various capacities for many years now. While presently vice chairwoman of Clinton’s current campaign for the White House, she also served as a personal assistant to Clinton during her 2008 run for the presidency, and worked as Deputy Chief of Staff at the State Department during Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State. During his interview Wednesday... Read more →


Bitcoin is moving sharply higher and experts are offering three reasons why. First, Chinese investors are buying the digital currency to protect the value of their assets as the country plans to devalue its currency. Secondly, with the likely exit of the UK from the European Union, all of Europe is on the brink of a major financial cliff. Lastly, the amount of new Bitcoins coming into circulation will be reduced by half beginning in July. For more details, check out this article at Coin Desk. Helping you make the most of God’s money! James L. Paris Editor-In-Chief ChristianMoney.com Follow... Read more →


If Central Florida did not already have enough bad news in the last week, with two horrific shooting incidents, a toddler has been dragged away by an alligator at the Disney World Resort. Living in Central Florida now for thirty years, I can tell you that both locals and tourists do not take the risk of alligators at all seriously. They are regularly seen roaming area golf courses, backyards, and even show up in people's swimming pools. Disney has an enormous problem on its hands with this latest incident. The resort prides itself on its commitment to preserving the natural... Read more →


Yesterday I dropped an e mail to nearly 15,000 of our subscribers sharing an article from a year ago about the Amazon Associate affiliate program. I have not done any writing or speaking on affiliate marketing in quite a long time, but the truth is that it represents an ever increasing percentage of my personal income. What we have been learning at ChristianMoney.com is that it is far more efficient for us to do the research, and recommend other people's products rather than always creating our own. The idea behind affiliate marketing is that you share information on products and... Read more →


President Obama appears to have gone from being amusingly irritated, to genuinely irritated, with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, in the wake of the latter’s fiery rhetoric spoken in the days following what has quickly come to be known as the Orlando massacre. Following the attack, Trump has been very publicly revisiting controversial ideas about securing the nation that he espoused early on in his campaign, ideas about heavily regulating immigration into the U.S., and even engineering some type of effective ban on Muslims entering the country. On Tuesday, President Obama, in responding to Trump’s latest hits on what the... Read more →


Jim Discussing This Article On Live Radio In Chicago If you are a regular reader, you are no doubt aware that I have been involved in the world of Internet marketing for several years now. In the beginning, I was utilizing these Internet money-making concepts for the purpose of earning a living from this blog and my website (ChristianMoney.com). In hindsight now, I am realizing that a mistake I have made is not taking more full advantage of the Amazon Associates affiliate program. Yes, I have taught on this opportunity repeatedly in my workshops, but honestly tended to position it... Read more →


If you have a Facebook account, chances are that you’re seeing all sorts of symbolic gestures from friends, friends of friends, etc., regarding the Orlando terrorist attack at a gay nightclub. I know at least some of these folks truly mean well, even as I know others are just looking to go with the crowd in their gesture-making. Still, I think I’m more put out with those that actually are engaging in these gestures with great sincerity, because it speaks to either a pronounced misguidedness, or a very troubling unwillingness on their part to see the real enemy at our... Read more →