In this episode Jim discusses the criminal charges against five major banks for rigging the currency markets. Bitcoin now officially listed as a currency on Google Finance. Cleveland Police arrest 71 people in riots over police shooting. Vandals hit California dam resulting in the loss of 49 million gallons of water. Are chipped credit cards really stopping credit card theft? How bankruptcy trustees are using clawbacks to sue colleges for tuition paid by the recently bankrupt, and Ripple Labs receives $28 million in funding.
It is alleged that after the death of Vince Foster that Hillary Clinton may have removed documents and other items from his office. Two publications are reporting this week that new evidence is about to be released further implicating Hillary in a cover up. Al Sharpton's daughter sues New York City for $5 million dollars for a sprained ankle. Bitcoin trading on the stock market with an implied value of more than $400, how you can still buy it at a 40% discount. Russian court overturns ban on major Bitcoin sites.
http://www.christianmoney.com Former Vice Presidential candidate (Libertarian) says he was targeted by the IRS and a U.S. senator. Root says the details of the plot were revealed through a lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch. Root shares details of IRS harassment and audits that began in 2011 and mysteriously ended the week that Lois Lerner was called to testify. Also, is the case against the Baltimore police officers beginning to crumble? Why are local bank branches disappearing? and the growing popularity of so called 'tiny houses.'
After experts said that it would be weeks, maybe even months before determining what happened in the Freddie Gray case, all six officers were charged in the Freddie Gray case. Jim shares his outrage about the rush to charge six Baltimore Police officers before any meaningful investigation could have taken place. Western Union enters into agreement with digital currency that some believe is the next Bitcoin, and what vintage electronic device is bringing big bucks on eBay?
On this episode Jim discusses Amazon's new one hour delivery service, scam couple gets nearly a decade in prison, Illinois to make it easier for cities to go bankrupt, and Jim discusses his trips to Jekyll Island Georgia and his free day at Disney.
Jim discusses his new video, Blood Moons On Wall Street. Ephren Taylor is sentenced to nearly 20 years after scamming church members out of an estimated $16 million dollars. Save money at Amazon by tapping into their warehouse deals. Megachurch pastor Creflo Dollar cancels plans to raise money to buy a $65 million dollar jet, and Google to launch low cost cell phone service this year.
On this episode Jim discusses the claim made by convicted felon James Files that he was the grassy knoll shooter in the JFK assassination plot. Real estate heir Robert Durst arrested for murder. Is the Fed poised to raise interest rates? The U.S. is about to hit the debt limit again. Yahoo's new password system, and YouTube makes available 360 degree videos.
A Michigan woman has her Planet Fitness membership revoked after complaining about a transgender man being in the women's locker room. A shooting of a black man by a white police officer in Madison, WI prompt protests. Is this the next Michael Brown case? Will Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson soon be on their way to Madison? Who knew that Goodwill has an online auction site? Jim shares his experience with ShopGoodwill.com. Nineteen year old uses Facebook to arrange meeting to allegedly rape eleven year old. The city of Chicago is nearing bankruptcy according to Illinois Governor.
On this episode Jim shares the shocking story of a woman that sent $1.4 million dollars to an 'online boyfriend' that she has never met. Why has the price of gas suddenly jumped in the last two weeks? Benjamin Netanyahu to address joint session of Congress. How will new Net Neutrality rules affect free speech online? Is is true that Obama's amnesty order will give illegal aliens a payout of up to $35,000? The life and career of Leonard Nimoy.
If you thought you knew the whole story behind the Bernard Madoff Ponzi scheme, think again. New York Times writer, Diana Henriques, takes you into the dark world of Bernie Madoff and gives us not just an overview of his crime, but exposes the psychology behind a life long scam artist. From his humble beginnings to his jail cell in Federal prison, Henriques takes the mask off of the most infamous con artist of our time.
On this episode Jim discusses the possibility of terrorist attacks on U.S. soil. Kate Brown becomes the first openly bi-sexual governor, is another 'movement' beginning for the rights of bi-sexuals? Tax refund theft now reaching $5 billion dollars annually, how they are stealing your refund with the help of the IRS. U.S. Government sued for taking taxpayer refunds to settle Social Security overpayments from the 1970's. Google plans to jump into the cell phone market with a $10 monthly plan. When should you start taking your Social Security benefits? and free things you can do at Disney.
IRS problem solver, Dan Pilla, joins us to discuss his new book - How To Win Your Tax Audit. Pilla shares shocking new information about how to protect yourself from a myriad of new tax related scams. How the IRS is going high tech and collecting more information on you than ever before. Are profits on Bitcoin taxable? Should you use software or one of the national tax preparation services? What about audit chances for those operating a small business? Offshore bank accounts and the IRS, and how the IRS collects information on you - including monitoring your Facebook page.
Former Partridge family star and teenage heartthrob, David Cassidy, filed for bankruptcy this week. Jim also discusses how he saves 75% on the cost of flowers on Valentine's Day and other special occasions throughout the year. Alex Jones' YouTube channel in jeopardy after copyright claim filed against him. Jim discusses the danger of allowing a handful of companies to control Internet content. NHL star, Steve Montador, found dead at the age of 35. Another mysterious death related to depression caused by a concussion. Will such deaths change how professional sports are played in the future?
Jim discusses a new kind of business of buying merchandise in retail stores and selling it on Amazon. Is Brian Williams a liar? Is he being treated unfairly? Meditation - is it for Christians? Radio Shack is bankrupt, why Amazon wants to buy hundreds of its locations. Has the latest issue Swimsuit Issue of Sports Illustrated gone too far?
Nancy Jo Frazer and co-defendants admitted to violating Ohio Law and agreed to a financial settlement of $108,000. Details Here. http://www.christianmoney.com On this episode, Jim discusses turning 50 and the surprise party that his wife and friends threw for him. Jim also shares what happened on his latest Amtrak train trip, and how a Burger King customer accidentally received $2,600 instead of the crispy chicken sandwich they ordered in the drive-thru. The latest on the Profitable Sunrise scam, Nancy Jo Frazer, and what the state of Ohio did to finally shut down their scam charity that targeted Christians.