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Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large So, after much fanfare, of a sort, the Satanic Temple unveiled its ugly bronze Baphomet statue in Detroit. Hundreds of people attended an anti-Baphomet statue protest at an area Catholic church, while others were picking up their special tickets to attend the unveiling at a specific location revealed only to them. While I thought it worth mentioning as a news item for Christians, I don’t really have much to say about it. For one thing, I just don’t take it seriously; I mean, how could you? The attached article contains a brief video... Read more →

Reviews have now become the lifeblood of online selling. The problem is that just a tiny fraction of customers will take the time to write a review. I have to admit that I don't write reviews very often myself (I simply have too many other things in my day to get to). A website by the name of Snagshout has come up with an ingenious idea - offer people incredible discounts in exchange for writing reviews. Here is how it works. Simply go to their site and take a look at the wide variety of products listed (and the huge... Read more →

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large For many, it’s not a lack of time or enthusiasm that serves as the biggest impediment to survival preparedness, but a lack of cash. So, when an ebook called Prepping for Pennies caught my eye, I wasted no time in seeing what it had to offer in the way of advice about gearing up, both literally and figuratively, to be able take on distressed environments…on the cheap. Right off the bat, I can tell you that one of the features of Prepping for Pennies that I particularly like is the tenor of... Read more →

Of course, the rage these days is selling online, but if you sell physical products there are quite a few challenges. If you want to start small, it can be difficult. Finding an assortment of items to sell at wholesale prices is a challenge (especially with today's super low Internet prices). Even more of a problem for many is simply coming up with the cash to set up their starting inventory. Just a modest inventory of even a low priced item can take $1,000 or more to get started. Lastly, the biggest headache of all is dealing with shipping. Well,... Read more →

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large As bad as our economic situation is, something that has allowed us to persist “through the rain” is the belief that, with the right policies in place, we can still right the ship and put our nation on an achievable path to fiscal soundness, from top to bottom. What if, however, the dark truth is that such is not the case; if, in reality, there is no longer a workable fix, short of total collapse, to our current predicament? What if it is no longer mathematically possible for Americans to pay off... Read more →

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large On a recent Siberian Airlines flight from Hong Kong to Russia, passengers mobilized quickly when they’d had enough of a passenger who had apparently been drinking and began harassing women on board the flight. Just as an initial confrontation between the inebriated man and a fellow passenger was about to significantly escalate, others witnessing what was unfolding immediately pounced on the problem flier, and began pummeling him with punches and kicks down to the floor of the plane. From there, photos show the man with his hands and legs tied up with... Read more →

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Because “up-front” efforts at gun control would fail miserably, any politician inclined to see more of it typically has to engage in end-run types of efforts to make it happen; attempts to pass ammunition bans and taxes on ammo are good examples of this, where the use of, and access to, firearms by the American citizen can be regulated and otherwise manipulated through less direct means. One of the latest, most outrageous examples of this would see millions of Social Security recipients deprived of their 2nd Amendment rights because of an insidious... Read more →

Donald Trump Questions John McCain's War Record

Jim comments on the recent incident in Jacksonville, FL involving 50 teens attacking a small group of police officers. Also Donald Trump raises questions about John McCain's status as a war hero, how to start a home based gun dealership, will the Iran deal bring with it low gas prices, Christian bakery forced to close after refusing to provide wedding cake to gay couple raises $350,000 in crowdfunding support, and rapper 50 Cent filing for bankruptcy. Read more →

Tax Return Identity Theft

IRS problem solver Dan Pilla joins Jim to discuss the growing problem of tax refund theft and so called tax identity theft. Also discussed - innocent spouse relief, when married individuals should file separate returns, bankruptcy and taxes, foreclosure and taxes, what to do if you have not filed a tax return in recent years, and more. Dan Pilla is a tax ligitation specialist admitted to practice in U.S. Tax Court. He has authored numerous books on tax related issues focusing on resolving IRS problems. Read more →

By Staff Writers Of has learned from U.S. Federal Court filings that the government case against Inter Reef, LTD (AKA Profitable Sunrise), may finally be yielding a financial recovery. James Paris, Editor In Chief of, personally contacted the Securities And Exchange Commission inquiring about why there has been no public update in more then two years. Erin Stattel, Press Officer for the SEC, would only provide a link to the March 2013 press release. In deference to the SEC, has waited 79 days from that inquiry, and has still received no update. Now that all the... Read more →

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Despite the onslaught of media attacks, Donald Trump remains atop the field of contenders seeking to represent the GOP in its quest to retake the White House in 2016. As a matter of fact, according to an ABC News/Washington Post poll published just two days ago, Trump is actually crushing his competition – the poll has Trump doing the best, with 24% support, while his next-closest challenger, Scott Walker, has just 13% support. This race is obviously a long way from being decided, but it’s worth noting that Trump’s very direct way... Read more →

If there was ever a time for Christians to band together for a boycott, this is it. I am even considering picketing some of these businesses. These people selling baby parts should be prosecuted for crimes against humanity. This is one of the most outrageous things I have seen in my lifetime. Meet the 41 Companies That Donate to Planned Parenthood - Click Here In the wake of two videos allegedly showing Planned Parenthood officials discussing the sale of aborted fetal body parts, Republicans in Congress are working to ensure that Planned Parenthood is stripped of its federal funding. However,... Read more →

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large What is the greatest impediment to meaningful, recreational travel? Is there really any doubt that it’s money? Unfortunately, because of the significant financial constraints that typically serve as the constant companion of any worthwhile trip, so many of us…too many of us…simply opt to vacation at home, or take otherwise uninspiring breaks from the work routine. "I love this course on travel hacking. You always hear the stories of people taking trips around the world for next to nothing using strategies like this, but I have not found a training program that... Read more →

One of the most important steps you can take to protect your privacy is to ensure that the passwords you select for the various sensitive online applications you utilize are as immune as reasonably possible to capture by a hacker. It is stunning that so many people still use names of children, spouses, and parents as the “core” of their passwords, and then think they’re being tricky by following the name up with a simple combination of numerals – Thomas123, for example. That’s just terrible. The biggest problem with using not just names, but whole words, in general, as passwords,... Read more →

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large One of the misconceptions about becoming a federally-licensed firearms dealer is that it’s not possible to do so unless you have a storefront from which to run your business. This was a popular rumor some years ago that has managed to persist, and it’s easy to understand why: With the efforts on the part of the current presidential administration to do what it can to limit access to guns, rumors like that have fertile ground in which to live and grow. Course Creator, And Former CIA Agent Jason Hansen (Pictured Below) It... Read more →