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By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Abby Lee Miller, the oft-tyrannical dance coach from the popular reality show Dance Moms, is finding herself on the receiving end of some harsh treatment this week – she’s been indicted by a federal grand jury in Pittsburgh on 20 counts of various charges related to bankruptcy fraud. Miller is accused of concealing more than $750,000 from the bankruptcy court, inside of secret accounts set up specifically for that purpose. The alleged source of the money is income earned in years 2012 and 2013 from shows, dance sessions, and merchandise related to... Read more →

More Than 2,000 Earthquakes In Oklahoma, Is It A Warning?

On this episode Jim discusses the incredibly unusual number of earthquakes taking place in Oklahoma, and asks is this a warning for the west coast? Also, will Paul Ryan be the next Speaker Of The House? Who stands to gain the most from the upcoming Democratic presidential debate this week? A new scam that tricks victims into believing they are receiving a debt collection call from the FBI, a former Wall street guy that travels the world for free with credit card reward points, why a classic rock band is threatening legal action against Donald Trump, and newly declassified documents... Read more →

James Whitey Bulger - Where The Bodies Were Buried Author T.J. English

With the renewed interest in the Whitey Bulger case generated from the movie Black Mass, Jim interviews author T.J. English. How did Whitey Bulger stay on the run for 16 years? What part did the FBI play in enabling Bulger to continue his Boston crime spree? How did his FBI handler end up going to prison for life? How was Bulger eventually caught? Are there still any secrets or unanswered questions yet to be answered about the Whitey Bulger case? Read more →

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr.Editor At Large According to authorities, an 81-year-old U.S. man was essentially driven to suicide by a predatory Jamaican lottery scammer who relentlessly pursued him…and his money. Albert Poland, a patriarchal family man who was living out his Golden Years with his wife, Virginia, near Knoxville, Tennessee, had been suffering for some time from the effects of Alzheimer’s and dementia, and, sadly, became the victim of the vicious scammer who happily capitalized on his diminished capacity. The caller would reach out to Poland, informing him that he would receive millions in awaiting prize money, but that... Read more →

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Halloween can be a touchy subject within the Christian community. Many Christians object to its pagan roots, not to mention its celebration of the dead, and therefore feel any participation by themselves or family members is inappropriate; others of the faith see it less as a “celebration” at all, and simply a harmless, secular tradition wherein adults and children can dress up in costumes and trick-or-treat for candy and attend fun, social gatherings. Even for those Christians who tend to see themselves in the latter group, however, there can often be examples... Read more →

The Central States Pension Fund, which pays pension benefits to workers and retirees from over 1,500 companies, is saying that it will need to slash benefits for 273,000 current and future retirees. According to executive director Thomas Nyhan, if the cuts are not made, it’s likely the fund will run out of money within the next 10 years. Before a law passed last year, these kinds of cuts would have been illegal, but now, multi-employer pension funds can reduce benefits if they’re at risk of running out of money. While the cuts are not uniform, and older retirees and widows... Read more →

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large As if hassles at the airport weren’t bad enough, they’re about to get a whole lot worse for residents of four states…if those folks don’t take the necessary extra steps that will soon be required for them to pass muster at airport security checkpoints. Apparently, the driver’s licenses for residents of Louisiana, Minnesota, New Hampshire, and New York do not yet meet the updated, required standards for acceptance by government agencies, including the TSA. This means, as early as next year, that residents of these states who carry the deficient licenses, and... Read more →

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large With automobiles lasting much longer than they did years ago, along with the need nowadays to save as much as possible on “big ticket” necessities, buying a pre-owned car or truck is something we, or someone we know, will likely do at least once every several years. If you’re like so many, however, you lack the basic knowledge necessary to make even a remotely informed decision about the condition of the vehicle you’re considering for purchase - you wish you had some kind of idea about what to look for when inspecting... Read more →

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Chances are, you’re reading these days about companies that are offering more in the way of programs designed to improve the so-called “work-life balance.” Whether it’s the option to telecommute, paid maternity leave for either parent when there’s a new addition to the family, or reduced schedules, more of Corporate America seems to be catching onto the idea that a happy employee is a productive, loyal employee, and that the way to help encourage more of that productivity and loyalty is to shift to a more employee-centric model at the office. It... Read more →

On this episode Jim discusses the 1,000 year floods in South Carolina, the shocking news that in just four days Russia has ISIS on the run (does this confirm conspiracy theories about U.S. backing ISIS?), can we trust the government to keep us safe in 'gun free' zones after another mass shooting, Walmart says it plans to revamp more than 4,000 stores nationwide, and new safety tool provides easy escape when trapped in a car. Read more →

On this episode, Days Of Chaos author LA Marzulli joins jim to discuss his new book and also his Watchers 9 documentary. What does the Bible say about natural events like the South Carolina flood? What is the significance of the rise in UFO sightings? How close are we to the Mark Of The Beast? Is The next big technology a plan for humans to live forever? Are we on the verge of the Ezekiel 28 war? Why are we not hearing anything about the aftermath of the Fukushima nuclear disaster? And how close are we to a one world... Read more →

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Should be no surprise here – Planned Parenthood, currently under fire for its role in allegedly fostering the sale of body parts through abortion, is taking heat for what some lawmakers see as a gross misuse of its resources. According to a report recently issued by Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, chairman of the House oversight committee, Planned Parenthood spends a great deal of its money on decidedly non-health care related expenses, including expensive parties, top-shelf travel, and enormous salaries. Speaking to Fox News, Chaffetz said, “If they're going to pay those people that... Read more →

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Well, this isn’t something you see every day. Former NFL star Irving Fryar has been sentenced to prison for five years in connection with his role in a $1.2 million mortgage scam, and Fryar’s 74-year-old mother, Allene McGhee, has been sentenced to three years’ probation for her part in the attempt to defraud multiple financial institutions. The sentences follow their August convictions on charges of second-degree conspiracy and theft by deception. Restitution is a part of the sentences, as well, but the details of that are still being worked out, at this... Read more →

By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Years ago, all was sunshine and roses in the world of real estate and mortgage financing; values of homes were in the midst of a steady rise, and it seemed as though the trend would last forever. It didn’t, of course, but few conceived of the degree to which it would all unravel. The lasting effects of the global economic collapse of 2008, wherein real estate led much of the way, have included a distinct difficulty on the part of borrowers with less-than-great credit to secure their piece of what’s been long-considered... Read more →