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The secret effort behind official disclosure is revealed at last! What if the modern push for official disclosure concerning ETI and UFOs is actually an ancient effort? What if this conspiracy can be traced back to the old gods fallen elohim who rebelled against their Creator long ago? What if they re planning one final attempt to take control of our planet? Are they evil, or are they benevolent beings offering their assistance? And if they are returning, is it possible to pinpoint the exact date of official disclosure? Read more →


On this episode Jim discusses the significance of the popular Robinhood app adding no fee Bitcoin and Ethereum trading. Also, a woman is kicked off her flight while trying to travel to see her dying mother. Joy Villa wears pro life dress to Grammys, should you ditch your car and use ride sharing instead? And a once every 150 year super lunar eclipse to take place this week. Read more →


Dr. Elaina George joins Jim Paris Live to discuss alternatives to traditional health insurance. Included in the discussion was medical tourism, cash only doctors and surgical centers, medical sharing plans, discounted prescription drugs, the strategic use of supplemental coverage like AFLAC, catastrophic health insurance policies, and how to save thousands by comparison shopping online to get the best price on virtually any medical procedure. Read more →


On this episode, Jim discusses the latest breaking news on the Las Vegas shooting. Why was Stephen Paddock's brother arrested just 26 days later and what is the strange connection between both of their computers? Jim discusses his recent trip to Texas to speak about Bitcoin and cryptocurrency, why are Americans retiring to Ecuador?, where it is unsafe to travel in the Caribbean, and the latest bizarre cruise ship death. Read more →


Most Americans are aware that Congress recently passed a major tax cut, but most are not familiar with the details on how it will affect them personally. In a nutshell, the so called 'standard deduction' has been almost doubled. This means that the standard deduction will be $24,000 for married taxpayers and $12,000 for single taxpayers. As a result of these changes, many (but not all) Americans will have an overall lower tax bill. To adjust for this tax cut, the IRS is sending out new tax tables to employers and requiring that they be implemented by no later than... Read more →


Jim appears on the nationally syndicated Point Of View Radio Show to discuss a wide array of topics related to cryptocurrency. Jim discusses Bitcoin, Ripple, Ethereum, and fields a number of questions from listeners on how to get started in the world of cryptocurrency. Read more →


On this episode Jim discusses his recent vacation to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee and how he was caught up in the massive east coast blizzard. Also, what cryptocurrency he believes is about to eclipse Bitcoin and take the number one spot. Is President Trump making matters worse by tweeting so much in defense of the allegations in the new Michael Wolff book? And Chris Christie says he almost became president. Read more →


JFK assassination researcher and author, James Di Eugenio, joins Jim Paris Live to discuss what new information was revealed in the release of the JFK files. Why don't we still have all of the files? Why are the files that were released so redacted? What could the government still be hiding? Was there a smoking gun? And what will be in the remaining documents to be released in April? Read more →


Many people use the first of the year to set goals for the coming year. Just like the ritual of changing your smoke alarm batteries when we change the clocks twice a year, the beginning of a new year is a great time to review your credit reports (by the way, there is no penalty or negative effect on your credit for checking your own report). Many people do not know that there is actually a federal law mandating that the credit bureaus provide a free copy of their credit file once per year. This does not involve a trial... Read more →