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As much as I hate robocalls, I was excited to learn that I will be getting a check for between $600 and $1,800 due to a class action lawsuit involving several of the major cruise lines. The amount will be based on how many phone calls you received (but the minimum is $300 even for just one call). You can collect for more than one phone number, and in my case two of my numbers came up. That means that I will be receiving a minimum of $600, but it could be as much as $1,800. The claims process is... Read more →

So, it seems that Hillary Clinton’s pastor has an interesting take on her election loss to Donald Trump. Have you heard about this? CNN is reporting on an email that Rev. Bill Shillady sent to the defeated candidate on the morning after the election, and it’s a doozy…particularly if you’re a Christian. It seems that the reverend saw fit - as a way to console Clinton, apparently - to compare Election Day to Good Friday. The day of Jesus’ crucifixion. “It is Friday, but Sunday is coming,” Shillady’s email begins. “This is not the devotional I had hoped to write.... Read more →

Ah, those rotten white people. Important that we study them, however. That way, we’ll know not to emulate anything like them in the future. Or something. On that note, Stanford University, The College Fix has learned, is offering a charming anthropology course this fall – an upper-level course, no less – that discusses, according to an official course description, the “possibilities of … abolishing whiteness.” According to the description, the seminar, called “White Identity Politics,” looks at the subject from the vantage point of “whiteness studies and from contemporary writings that push whiteness studies in new directions.” There are “whiteness... Read more →

As reported by the Associated Press, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Joseph Dunford, USMC, landed in South Korea on Sunday, and made it clear that America is prepared to do whatever is necessary to protect herself and her allies. Saying the nation is ready “to use the full range of military capabilities to defend our allies and the U.S. homeland,” Dunford’s comments, and visit to the region, underline the seriousness with which the Trump administration is taking the recent threats from North Korea. Tensions with North Korea are exceedingly high, ratcheted up largely over what appears... Read more →

The powers that be at the University of Georgia have acted swiftly to reverse a professor’s plans to let students choose their own grades in two of the classes he’s teaching this fall. As reported by Campus Reform, Professor Richard Watson, an instructor UGA’s Terry College of Business, had earlier decided his novel approach to grading was appropriate because “emotional reactions to stressful situations can have profound consequences for all involved.” Watson’s policy was to be that if students find themselves “unduly stressed by a grade for any assessable material or the overall course,” they’ll have the option to “email... Read more →

On the first half of this episode, Dr. Elaina George discusses the current status of Obamacare and the collapsing healthcare exchanges. Also, what people can do now to move out of traditional healthcare before it collapses (including the option of medical sharing plans). In the second half, Jim discusses how to get started investing in Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple XRP, Dash, and Monero. Read more →

On the first half of this episode, Dr. Elaina George discusses the current status of Obamacare and the collapsing healthcare exchanges. Also, what people can do now to move out of traditional healthcare before it collapses (including the option of medical sharing plans). In the second half, Jim discusses how to get started investing in Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, Ripple XRP, Dash, and Monero. Read more →

A note from the author: Since originally publishing this book in October of 2013, the wide variety of nefarious activities that North Korea has been involved with have become more than apparent. It appears that the regime, desperate to fulfill its military ambitions, will operate as a state sponsor of hacking, ransomware, and worse. In hindsight, I wish I had brought more attention to this element of my investigation when the book was first released. As a result, I am publishing the below excerpt and making the entire Kindle book available for free on Amazon for a limited time. Excerpted... Read more →

Forgotten about this? Obamacare, which is already in a death spiral, fights to stay alive each year with higher and higher premiums. Well, come 2018, as things stand right now, in addition to however much premiums are due to increase simply on the basis of the failing mechanism, they will go higher still. This is thanks to the Obamacare health insurance tax that’s always been lurking, but never (yet) implemented. The health insurance tax has always been a component of the Affordable Care Act, but one that politicians have managed to keep at bay during the first years of the... Read more →

Do you live in Illinois? All this talk of financial turmoil in your state got you down? Avoiding visits to the Windy City since it became a murder factory? Well, it turns out the news isn’t all bad in the Land of Lincoln. Now, you can celebrate Barack Obama’s birthday. And it’s all official-like, too. As reported by a variety of media outlets, including Fox News, Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner last week signed a bill that makes the 44th President of the United States’ August 4 birthday a state commemorative holiday. Pretty neat. According to Senate Bill 55, that day... Read more →

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for some time, you know that a solar eclipse, known as the Great American Eclipse, is just a relative handful of days away. August 21 is the date, and it will mark the first time since 1918 that a total solar eclipse has been visible throughout the nation. The eclipse will begin in Oregon and move across the country in a southeast direction, finishing in South Carolina. There is no shortage of activity in advance of the obviously-rare occurrence, with countless communities throughout the U.S. making all kinds of plans for viewing parties... Read more →

The Department of Labor released employment data last week making it clear the economy is on the mend. As a matter of fact, according to the numbers, job openings in the United States made a resounding jump from May to June. The Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS) revealed the number of open positions in the U.S. rose from 5.7 million in May to 6.2 million at the end of June…an eight percent increase in just a month. Perhaps even more significantly is the number of those jobs that came to life in the private sector: 417,000, or a... Read more →

But will there still be archery and horseback riding? The Daily Caller, reporting on a piece over at the Associated Press, is telling the world about a transgender day camp that is getting along quite “swimmingly” since opening its doors three years ago. That’s right…a transgender day camp. Rainbow Day Camp, which can be found in the San Francisco Bay Area, describes itself as being devoted to “gender diverse youth who are gender creative, transgender, gender non-binary or exploring both gender expression and identity,” and describes its vision, in part, as to be a place that “provides a safe space... Read more →

The “hate cops” narrative in America remains in full effect, apparently. A report surfaced last week of two plainclothes NYPD officers, with visible badges, who were denied service at a New York City Dunkin’ Donuts because they are police officers. The employee at issue allegedly said, simply, “I don’t serve cops.” In response, Michael Palladino, president of the Detectives’ Endowment Association, a police labor union, declared the employee’s treatment of the officers to be “disgraceful,” and said that “it should not go unattended,” at which point he called for NYPD detectives to boycott Dunkin’ until the company issues an apology.... Read more →