Special Guest Dr. Susan Smith Jones On Her Book Uplifted - 12 Minutes to More Joy, Faith, Peach, Kindness And Vitality. How to beat depression with natural cures, how to get better sleep, improve your health to get off of medications, the power of meditation, and strategies for more energy throughout the day.
Jim discusses his 50 pound weight loss and his new book, How To Move To Florida When You're Dirt Poor. Also, the bizarre series of fires at food processing plants, Dinesh D'Souza's new movie, and Disney loses status as private city.
A few important topics to cover and I thought I would blend them all into a news roundup article. 1. A New Quick Way To Sell Your Home There is a revolution taking place in home selling. Led by Open Door, sellers can now avoid the process of a traditional sale. No more worrying about keeping your house spotless for showings and waiting months for your home to sell. Quick sale firms perform an inspection and value analysis and make a quick sale offer. There are fees of between 5 and 10 percent and you most likely won't get as...
Jim talks Bitcoin and cryptocurrency with Jeff Sekinger, a cryptocurrency hedge fund manager. Sekinger shares his favorite crypto picks, talks about crypto mining, inflation and crypto, and the latest on the Ripple XRP lawsuit.
Jim discusses a strange new scenario on how Obama could return to the presidency to replace Biden. The new way that people are selling their houses, The China lockdowns that you haven't even heard about yet and are they coming to the U.S.? Jim reviews the new Lee Strobel movie, The Case For Heaven, and why are the airlines canceling thousands of flights?
Author, David Heavener, discusses demonic portals, Hollywood mind control, astral projection, the antichrist, Mark Of The Beast, and Bible prophecy.
On this episode Jim discusses the latest on the Will Smith slap, the so called "Don't say gay" Florida law that has been branded by far left activists, World Health Organization predicts next pandemic to be an insect borne disease, have traditional Easter celebrations been forgotten, and Southwest blames technical glitch for thousands of canceled flights over the weekend.