The shocking true story of a bizarre kidnapping and the victims' re-victimization by the justice system. In March 2015, Denise Huskins and her boyfriend, Aaron Quinn, awoke from a sound sleep into a nightmare. Armed men bound and drugged them, then abducted Denise. Warned not to call the police or Denise would be killed, Aaron agonized about what to do. Finally he put his trust in law enforcement and dialed 911. But instead of searching for Denise, the police accused Aaron of her murder. His story, they told him, was just unbelievable. When Denise was released alive, the police turned...
On this episode Jim reacts to the news of parole for RFK killer Sirhan Sirhan, the media's shameless attempt to smear the names of conservative talk show hosts after their death, eviction moratorium struck down by Supreme Court, Bitcoin $100,000 by Christmas, and restaurants still struggling to find workers.
The Taliban mock the historic Iwo Jima photo in U.S. military uniforms, dozens missing and dead as central Tennessee hit with massive flooding, multiple Chick-fil-A locations close their dining rooms due to worker shortage, Bitcoin back nearing $50,000 again! Ripple at about $1.25, and the SEC charges San Antonio advisor in $58M investment scam.
Dumitru Sandru escaped communism as a teenager and made it to the United States. He shares his firsthand experience comparing socialism and communism to the freedom of the United States. He also reveals the liberal agenda to bring socialism to America, and he says that we are already halfway there.
Over the years I have had so many great travel experiences. I have been blessed to have been able to travel extensively throughout the U.S. and internationally as well. A large part of the equation that made this possible was my keen eye for travel bargains. While most people pick a destination and then hunt for the best deal on flights and hotels, smarter travelers are approaching the process in reverse. Maybe you have $500 and no particular destination that you are locked into, where can you go? There is an app for that. Elude, a new app for the...
Registered investment adviser and cryptocurrency expert Edmund McCormack joins Jim. On this episode - how high can Bitcoin go? Is the recent spike in Ripple XRP a sign of a major breakout? Why cryptocurrency is an inevitable part of of the growth of the Internet, and why mass adoption is taking place at a record pace.
Afghanistan collapses as the Taliban regain power. Ashli Babbitt's mother says Nancy Pelosi and Diane Feinstein refuse her calls, won't answer questions about daughter's death. Beth Moore tells those unwilling to get vaccinated 'For the love of God, put on a mask.' Gov. Cuomo indicates he would have won impeachment and 'made the State Legislature ... look like a ship of fools.' Mark Cuban says dogecoin is the ‘strongest’ cryptocurrency as a medium of exchange and new apps match travelers with trips that fit their budgets, interests, rewards points and more.
Give Me Liberty, Not Marxism examines what current American leaders like President Joe Biden and his globalist allies intend for America and the world, an outcome that may well usher in the prophetic end times. The evidence for this possible result comes from an objective review of the histories of past Marxist- regimes, accounts that are juxtaposed with the contemporary political proposals by those who seek a global “Great Reset” that could produce a radically different America which becomes subordinate to a godless, totalitarian one-world government ruled by the Chinese Communist Party.
On this episode Jim discusses the unintended consequences of extending the moratorium on evictions and student loans. Also, Jim's new bizarre diet - only potatoes for two weeks! Is Governor Cuomo about to be arrested? and will the Feds withhold money to enforce mask and vax mandates?
Former CIA agent, Eric Burkhart, discusses current events, UFOs, and politics . Burkhart shares his story of being poisoned by the Russian in his book, Mukhabarat, Baby! My Life as a Wartime Spy for the CIA.
Jim discusses the end of the eviction moratorium and how it might resolve the workforce shortage, Fauci's latest warnings, Broadway's new mask and vax policy, and the crisis on the border intensifies.