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If you are a parent, this should be a big wake up call. I find it hard to believe that he was able to get away with this so long, especially being a well known public person. Frankly, I don't think that he should ever get out of prison. I also hope that his agreement to pay money to victims does not reduce his sentence. Jared Fogle reaches plea agreement in porn case - (CNN)Ahead of his initial appearance in federal court Wednesday, former Subway pitchman Jared Fogle reached a plea agreement with prosecutors that would see him serve... Read more →

Jon E Mica, author of The Autistic Holocaust and father of an autistic son, speaks out on the connection between autism and vaccines. Also discussed, the protection from lawsuits that pharmaceutical companies enjoy, special 'vaccine courts' that have paid damage awards in the billions of dollars, and California's new law making vaccines mandatory. Stressing that autism is a major public health crisis of unequaled proportions, this book accuses the federal government of refusing to acknowledge it as such and having a corrupt and morally unsound relationship with “Big Pharma.” Read more →

On this episode Jim discusses Donald Trump's new proposal on immigration reform and rumors of Joe Biden and Al Gore getting into the race. New report says AT&T close ally of U.S. government in bulk collection of records and spying on Americans, and Governor John Kasich suggests path to citizenship for illegals. Read more →

Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large By now, we’ve probably all seen instances wherein we pass one of the usual fast-food restaurants near to where we live, and notice that it is closed for renovations. In cases like that, the location may be out of commission for several weeks, or even a few months. When I see it, I wonder about the employees and what sort of hardships they might be facing at that time. What happens to them can vary, based on a wide variety of factors, but you normally don’t hear about them continuing to receive their... Read more →

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Whenever we at Christian talk about credit cards, it’s typically in terms of the basics: what’s the interest rate, what are the fees, that kind of stuff. Also, we will often discuss credit cards as lines of credit that may or may not help your credit score, depending on how you’re using them. All of that said, there’s a good reminder out from Consumer Reports that using credit cards for retail purchases, as a matter of course, can provide you with extra benefits, in the form of various purchase protections not... Read more →

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large I’ve been around combat fitness and self-defense a long time, on both personal and professional levels – I have trained a lot of people through the years in my capacity as both an I.S.S.A. Certified Fitness Trainer and Specialist in Martial Arts Conditioning, and I’m always on the lookout for any kind of instruction that I think might be of particular value to folks who don’t have either the time or interest to devote themselves to more intensive, ongoing training (which I do recommend pursuing if you seek to become a complete... Read more →

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large As of Thursday, Verizon has left annual cell phone contracts in the dust, and has fully embraced pay-as-you-go monthly plans that offer rates varying on the amount of data purchased each month. The cell phone industry is just the latest to see a significant change in its pricing models out of deference to increased “consumerism,” but it’s a welcome development for so many who found themselves paying exorbitant fees over periods of several years for cell phone access. The dominos begin falling as soon as one major player in an industry makes... Read more →

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Fair is fair. Recently, I discussed the tough times of two different professional athletes who found themselves starting from scratch after having earned millions upon millions over the course of their playing careers. They are stories with which we are all too familiar, but when we come across one, it does present another opportunity to “spread the word” about the dangers of being careless with one’s money; you never know what cautionary tale might resonate with someone who is himself headed down a path characterized by financial wrongheadedness. Well, it’s important to... Read more →

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Hillary Clinton may well be the presumptive nominee of the Democrats in their effort to keep the White House, but it’s becoming clear that she may not secure that exalted position without a bit of a fight. According to a just-released Franklin Pierce University/Boston Herald poll of likely Democratic primary voters, U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont is trouncing Clinton in New Hampshire by a margin of 44% to 37%. Sanders has come to be seen as a breath of fresh air, of sorts, for many Democrats who are weary over a... Read more →

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large A young, college-educated Mississippi couple…including the daughter of a Vicksburg police officer…were arrested over the weekend at a Columbus, Mississippi airport on charges of “conspiring and attempting to provide material support and resources to ISIS.” According to communications made on social media to undercover FBI operatives, 20-year-old Jaelyn Young and 22-year-old Muhammad Dakhlalla, evidenced significant enthusiasm in their efforts to join ISIS. The couple reached out to ISIS…or what they thought was ISIS…to convey their plans to travel to Syria under the guise of taking a honeymoon trip to Europe, to describe... Read more →

The next thirty days may be the most exciting and eventful in our lifetime, if you buy into what prophecy experts across the board have been saying. September 13th is the last day of the Shemitah cycle, and the final of the four blood moons comes on September 28th. For those of you that are members of ChristianMoneyPlus, you are well aware of my very popular video titled, Blood Moons On Wall Street. This is a 75 minute video that I released earlier this year (for members only). In the video, I share 7 alternatives to the stock market for... Read more →

The Coming Collapse Of America's Pension System

In his book, California Dreaming, Dr. Lawrence McQuillan outlines the problem and potential solutions to America's burgeoning pension crisis. Nationwide, there is almost a $5 trillion dollar shortfall in funding of government pensions. Although his book focuses primarily on California, he also makes the point that this same crisis is about to happen in multiple other states. This is not a distant problem, but is a present day crisis as cities like Chicago are already facing a collapse of their pension system. Much of the problem stems from a lack of honest accounting on the part of politicians, but bloated... Read more →

One Year After The Death Of Michael Brown

On this episode Jim discusses the reality that little or no progress has been made in race relations or how the public views the police, one year after the death of Michael Brown. Should Michael Brown be given the same tribute as slain civil rights leaders? Does he deserve a memorial plaque and marker on the sidewalk where he was shot? The life and death of sportscaster and NFL star Frank Gifford. How to get the maximum from Social Security. Houston nearing bankruptcy, and Netflix to give new parents one year of paid leave. Read more →

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large It appears that the only question now about the “lone wolf” style attacks and efforts at intimidation we’re seeing in America is if they are a temporary phenomenon, or if they are now a part of the national fabric for some time to come. We have borne witness to deadly attacks of varying types that have plagued the American countryside for years now at the hands of those sympathetic to the radical Islamist agenda, and it appears that these efforts are only growing. U.S. service personnel have proven to be special “targets”... Read more →