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By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Earlier this year, USA TODAY published their findings of a review they conducted of federal energy records, wherein they learned that the nation’s power grid is struck by either a cyber or physical attack every four days. As they reported, a significant outage that lasted even just a handful of days could disable a wide variety of devices, and lives would be placed in jeopardy for a variety of reasons, to include a compromise of the systems used to facilitate heating, air conditioning, and health care needs. As a matter of fact,... Read more →


On this episode – What is Periscope and how is this new app helping people to build a following online? Are disagreements on the rise over inheritances? What you can do to leave an estate without a family fight. Obamacare enrollment is open, but many have sticker shock when considering the new premiums – what are your options? This is our member's only podcast. To become a member and support our work, Click Here. If you are already a member, you can access the podcast by Clicking Here. Read more →


By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Leave it to a Chick-Fil-A to try to counteract the efforts of high-profile incidents committed at other, popular fast-food franchises to marginalize police officers. Recent photos taken at a Chick-Fil-A in The Woodlands, Texas, a suburb of Houston, shows both employees and patrons wearing t-shirts that read “Go Blue or Go Home,” as well as “Back the Blue.” While restaurant manager Eli Advincula admits that the messages are partly an expression of support for the local high school football team, he declares that they are also meant show support for law enforcement.... Read more →


Members of an East Texas religious group want Lakewood Church Pastor Joel Osteen to testify in their criminal case. Six members of the Church of Wells were escorted from Lakewood church in June after police reported they disrupted services. The men were charged with trespassing and disrupting a public meeting. "At the end of the day what these guys did was go to a church and quote scripture," said defense attorney Jon Stephenson. "We don't believe that's a criminal act." via www.click2houston.com Jim Paris Comments - This is a very interesting case. Most interesting is the idea that Joel Osteen... Read more →


Amazon Kicks Off 8 Days of Holiday Deals This Friday | News & Opinion | PCMag.com

For Amazon, Black Friday isn't just a one day thing. This year, the online retail giant is counting down to the big day with eight days of savings. Beginning this Friday, Nov. 11, Amazon will offer new deals on its Black Friday site as often as every five minutes for eight straight days. That will include 10 Deals of the Day starting at midnight on Thanksgiving, and up to 10 more on Black Friday itself. There will also be limited-time Lightning Deals on thousands of products per day. Amazon Prime members have the advantage here — they'll get access to... Read more →


By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Lots of people think about writing books for children, but just don’t know where to begin. When it comes to being a children’s author, the “voice” needed is very different from that in which you speak as a writer of adult books. Additionally, the format, the rhythm of children’s books, can be a little tricky to master, if you’ve historically spent your time thinking, speaking, and writing as an adult (which applies to basically all of us). The fact is that writing isn’t writing, as in, it is all the same -... Read more →


Until recently, most people considered my vocation as a writer the most interesting aspect of my life. The moment that someone learned that I was an author, they had a hundred questions to pepper me with (how they could write a book or their own, etc...). My status as an author has been recently eclipsed, however, by the jaw-dropping news that I dropped cable TV two years ago. Well, not just that I terminated the service, but that I have completely replaced it with free and low cost Internet TV. Yep, pretty close to the same reaction I might get... Read more →


By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large In the wake of the Paris attacks, U.S. governors are going on the record to declare that their states will not accept any Syrian refugees as a part of the ongoing migration crisis. Presently, governors of at least 24 states have said that no refugees will be accepted, and it is likely the list will grow in the coming days. Since authorities have indicated that at least one of the suspects involved in the Paris attacks came to Europe as a part of the current surge of Syrian refugees to the continent,... Read more →


By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Whenever possible, it is a good idea to combine dynamics of self-defense with your fitness training. Fitness, in and of itself, is important, of course. However, in this day and age, it is also prudent to help “steel” yourself to the increasing threat climate that surrounds us all. To that end, heavy bag training can be especially useful, because it is one of the very best ways for someone to develop striking and kicking skills within a solo training environment. The Heavy Bag Blueprint represents basically the “A to Z” of heavy... Read more →


On this episode Jim discusses the Paris terrorist attack. Should the U.S. take any Syrian refugees now? Did the French police wait too long before storming the theater? Why America can not prevent an attack like this, and why having a concealed carry weapon permit is more important than ever. Even after the Paris attacks, Hillary Clinton still wants the U.S. to take in 65,000 Syrian refugees. Will Black Friday fizzle out this year, and is Trump losing ground to Evangelical voters? Read more →


Author, Dr. Richard Spence, joins Jim Paris Live to discuss the macabre life of Aleister Crowley. How deep did he go into the world of the occult and black magic? How did he influence the popular culture of his day? Why was his picture included on the cover of a Beatle's album? Despite his enormous following, did he die penniless? Secret government documents uncovered for the first time raise questions about the true motivations of Crowley. Was he really a dark purveyor of the occult, or was this just his cover as a lifelong British spy? Read more →


By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large In addition to the work I do at Christian Money.com, I’ve been an I.S.S.A. Certified Fitness Trainer (CFT) and Specialist in Martial Arts Conditioning (SMAC) for many years now. My interest in hardcore training began when I was in the military, and continues to this day. I believe in regular, ongoing preparation to put oneself in the best position to neutralize a street attack, should such a thing unfortunately occur. On that note, I am always looking around for more information on the topic that I think may be beneficial to either... Read more →


By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large I don’t know if any of you had the chance to see this exchange the other day between Keely Mullen, the National Coordinator of the Million Student March, and Neil Cavuto of the FOX Business Network. There’s a lot that could be said about this, and if you haven’t seen the entire exchange, you owe it to yourself to do so. In brief, Mullen gets on with Cavuto to explain how the outlandish demands of the movement…forgiveness of the over $1 trillion in existing student debt, free public higher education for all,... Read more →


By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Sweden, which has long supported a lax asylum policy, reinstated border controls on Thursday as the country sees itself overrun by migrants. The migration crisis that has hit Europe this year has been especially tough on tiny Sweden, a nation of under 10 million people (Los Angeles County has a higher population). As a matter of fact, as a percentage of its population, Sweden has “welcomed” more refugees than any other European nation this year. In addition to the constraints on housing and resources, the unchecked migration to Sweden has given rise... Read more →


By Robert G. Yetman, Jr. Editor At Large Your government at work. According to a criminal complaint that was unsealed Thursday, a member of the Secret Service assigned to the White House was arrested after sending naked pictures of himself to what he thought was a 14-year-old girl. According to the complaint, several chats took place between the agent and the “girl,” who was really a detective of the Maryland State Police. In addition to allegedly having sent naked pictures of himself to the “girl,” the agent allegedly requested that they meet for sex. In his interview with law enforcement,... Read more →