There is a new browser in town called Brave. It was created by one of the individuals behind the popular Firefox browser. Brave offers a high speed browsing experience through ad blocking and increased security. What's more, Brave pays users in cryptocurrency just for using their browser. The idea behind the payment system is to provide a so called micro-payment solution for online content creators. The cryptocurrency is called BAT, which stands for Basic Attention Token. The value of one BAT token is presently 18 cents. The more you use Brave, the more tokens you will accumulate in your online...
Ann Louise Gittleman discusses her new book, Radical Metabolism: A Powerful New Plan to Blast Fat and Reignite Your Energy in Just 21 Days. A wide array of topics were discussed including her four day watercress cleanse, the importance of bitters in the diet, the best foods to repair your gut, the best approach to building muscle with weights, solutions for fatty liver disease, the difference between good and bad fats, the benefits of intermittent fasting, pros and cons of vegetarian diets, the benefits of iodine and selenium, and the dangers of iron skillets.
On this episode Jim discusses the latest on the GoFundMe scam fundraiser for a homeless veteran. Also, Is Mueller about to claim he has proof of a modern day Watergate? Jim Acosta's pass is returned, is Ripple XRP about to take the number one spot from Bitcoin? Brave browser runs three times faster than chrome and pays you cryptocurrency for using it, and recount shenanigans fall short as Dems failed to overturn election night results in Florida and Georgia.
In 1970 President Richard Nixon made Elvis Presley a federal narcotics agent. Throughout the 70s Elvis played in mob friendly hotels in Las Vegas providing cover for FBI agents as band members. Elvis died mysteriously just days before he was to testify against the mob. Shocking details of the murder of Elvis Presley and those complicit in the cover up.
As California burns, looters dress as Forest Service workers to rob homeowners, a Wall Street Journal editorial says Hillary will run in 2020 and why are there so many claims online that she is a Luciferian? , CNN to file a lawsuit over the suspension of Jim Acosta from the White House, and New York City Police raid condo building to enforce rules against Airbnb rentals.
Update: I originally published this piece in July of 2017 and it is one of the most popular articles on my blog. I wanted to post it again to add a recent personal story that really hits home. Last month we shopped out our auto insurance and cut our bill again by another $50 per month. We then took a long hard look at our Internet service. Because I broadcast a live radio show from my home I need very fast Internet. As a result, I did not think we could really do anything about the $108 monthly cost. But...
Jim shares how he has recently been able to extensively travel to Europe, Asia, and Central America, using little known strategies to get the cheapest airfare, and hotel deals. He shares the websites he uses and how to effectively analyze reviews to get great accommodations at affordable prices. How to get round trip airfare to Europe for less than $500 and much more!
On this episode Jim discusses the disturbing news of a 15 year old allegedly strangling his own mother to death, a preview of the midterm elections, Alec Baldwin's arrest, California has 39 earthquakes in 24 hours, $105 million dollar judgment against PH Balance Miracle author, and Bank Of America wins another cryptocurrency patent and could be the first bank to provide Bitcoin account services.
What makes a serial killer? True crime writer Peter Vronsky discusses his new book Sons of Cain. Highlighted on this episode - Ted Bundy, The BTK Killer, HH Holmes, Jeffery Dahmer, The Golden State Killer, and Jack The Ripper. Vronsky shares his own story of going face to face with serial killer Richard Cottingham and other riveting history of serial killers in the U.S. and abroad.
The media uses much of its airtime this week blaming Trump for both the mail bombs and the Pittsburgh shooting. Jim puts a spotlight on the double standard and asks who is really responsible for the harsh rhetoric? The NFL gets another black eye this week as several Jacksonville Jaguar players are arrested in London for allegedly walking out on a $50,000 bar tab, and why Bitcoin is ready to skyrocket in coming weeks.
It was an 8:30 am rendezvous at exit 10 of a major subway stop. No, I am not in New York City, I am in Seoul, South Korea. I am meeting two North American English teachers to find out what it is like teaching here. We end up at an American style diner in the Gangnam District. After traveling 7,500 miles, a hearty American breakfast sounds like just the ticket to help me shake the jet lag of the thirteen hour time difference. Ashley is from the Midwest United States and Julie is from Toronto. Although they didn't know each...
Pastor Paul Begley lives in a small town in Indiana, but reaches the world with social media - including nearly 300,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel alone. Pastor Begley shares how he is using social media to reach the world for Christ. He also discusses his recent trip to Israel and some current news stories, including the mysterious closure of the solar observatory in New Mexico, Planet X, and the disappearance of flight MH370.
Jim discusses his recent trip to Seoul South Korea. How he was able to do the trip for less than $2,000, what surprised him most about the city of Seoul, was it safe?, and what projects brought him to Asia.
Jim discusses millions in government waste with Adam Andrzejewski of OpenTheBooks.com. A Wyoming school district with $10 million dollars in credit card charges, millions in farm subsidies being paid to people living in urban locations, and government employees receiving six figure salaries and millions in bonuses. The $21 trillion dollar national debt and why Republicans and Democrats are both to blame for massive deficits and pork.
Jim discusses the explosive testimony by Christine Blasey Ford and the response by Judge Brett Kavanaugh and why this week could be even more explosive than last week. What is the government still hiding about Stephen Paddock, the Las Vegas mass shooter? Ripple XRP passes Ethereum to become the number two cryptocurrency, will it pass Bitcoin next? and Jim gives a preview of his two week trip to Seoul South Korea.
On this episode Jim discusses Ripple XRP and why he thinks it could be the next Bitcoin. Also discussed are ways to get free Bitcoin and cryptocurrency, and how to buy penny cryptocurrencies that are trading at below ten cents. Jim also discusses his new book, 'The 90 Minute Bitcoin Quick Start.'