On this episode Jim discusses cheap airfare with travel expert Naveen Dittakavi. Grab cheap flights to Europe and throughout the United States using his strategy. Dittakavi is the founder of NextVacay.com, and shared a wide array of strategies on how he finds cheap airfare and travels worldwide.
Researcher and filmmaker, L.A. Marzulli, discusses his new movie, Fatima 2 - Strange Phenomenon. In 1917 more than 80,000 people in Fatima, Portugal witnessed a spectular event, known as 'The Miracle Of The Sun.' Marzulli picks up where he left off on his first Fatima film, discussing never before seen photos and witness accounts. While millions of Catholic pilgrims still flock to Fatima today, there remains unanswered questions about what really happened there more than a hundred years ago. Was it a miracle, a UFO, or a harbinger of prophetic events yet to come?
The White House correspondent's dinner goes off the rails with the vile and smut filled rant of comedian Michelle Wolf. How investigators use ancestry DNA to catch the Golden State Killer, the latest witness in the Trump investigation is an MMA fighter, how to save money with a personal airfare shopper, and how to buy Bitcoin in your IRA.
A few years ago I decided that I wanted to really master the art of cheap travel. The result has been so many wonderful memories and experiences. If you are a regular reader, you have no doubt read my strategies on how to take a super cheap weekend trip , or grab a vacation deal to Europe, or my popular method for finding the cheapest airfare in under one minute. Looking for that elusive cheap plane ticket can be both frustrating and time consuming. Even more of a headache is keeping track of mileage points and trying to cash them...
On this episode Jim comments on the Philadelphia Starbuck's arrests and their corporate response, the Nashville Waffle House shooting, a man's shocking reaction to a crying toddler on an American Airlines flight, Sean Hannity's finanical secrets exposed, and a woman fined $500 over an apple in her luggage.
Jan Lewan is a Grammy nominated polka band leader. In 2004 he is arrested and charged with securities fraud. Lewan has performed with the likes of Liberace, and Bobby Vinton. He has even peformed for Presidents Reagan and Bush. After the tragic crash of his tour bus his finances are destroyed, and unable to repay investors faces multiple criminal charges for the sale of promissory notes. His life story is the basis of the Netflix Movie, "The Polka King" starring Jack Black. Lewan discusses his life, years in prison, and his plans for a comeback.
On this episode, Jim discusses a tool you might use to find the next Bitcoin, the truth about cheap living overseas from a guy that has lived in 119 countries, and how to vacation for free as a worldwide house sitter.
Jim predicts Comey will only damage his own reputation and that of the FBI with his new book. An update on the $12.5 million dollar robocall settlement, the death of radio legend Art Bell, an airline that might not be as safe as you think, and how to defeat airline dynamic pricing algorithms to be sure you are getting the lowest price.
In August of last year, ChristianMoney.com reported on a $12.5 million dollar government settlement reached with several of the major cruise lines for so called robocalls. It turns out that approximately two million people filed claims to be a part of the settlement. As a result, the court is requiring further information from claimants proving their connection to the phone numbers they are claiming. In the event that you did not receive it, here is the entire e mail with instructions - Click Here. This may actually be good news for those that can be proactive and file proof of...
Dan Prescher, Editor Of International Living, joins Jim to discuss how Americans are living overseas for $1,500 per month and less. Locations like Panama, Ecuador, Costa Rica, and Mexico are seeing an influx of Americans. With access to low cost healthcare, inexpensive housing and food, Americans are living on less than half of what it costs them to live in the United States.
Jim discusses the huge financial benefit of geographic arbitrage, why the Sinclair Broadcast statement was much about nothing, who the trade war will really hurt, will Zuckerberg gain or lose from testifying on Capitol Hill?, and a major change coming to your credit cards this year
Many regular readers know that I have been writing and talking a lot lately about how to find travel deals. After just returning from Europe, I guess I have the 'travel bug' and am more excited than ever about planning future trips. I have been doing a lot of research trying to decide on our next trip, and along the way I have been seeing frequent mentions of house sitting as a strategy to get free accommodations. So, I decided to dig a little deeper into the idea... To my surprise, house sitting has really become a big deal -...
He’s the most prolific, enigmatic, and dangerous offender the State of California has ever known... yet he remains unidentified and unpunished to this day. With over one hundred burglaries, fifty rapes, and possibly a dozen murders, the “East Area Rapist” / “Golden State Killer” / "Original Night Stalker" was truly one of history’s most vile and heinous criminals. He seemed to appear out of nowhere in the mid-1970s near Sacramento, California, where he began a series of rapes and murders that left police baffled and communities on-edge. He couldn’t be tracked, he couldn’t be found, and he couldn’t be stopped....
On this episode, Jim discusses who is actually behind the latest anti-gun movement, who is funding it, and documents that prove that it is not just a group of kids from Parkland, Florida. What was really the point of the Stormy Daniels interview? Does this mean that the Russian collusion narrative is dead?
On this episode Jim discusses the Facebook data mining controversy. Also, the firing of Andrew McCabe, Jim Comey's new book, eruptions on Yellowstone, politicians that use their position to get rich, and a mom that lets her daughter get married at age 15.