On this episode of the members only podcast, Jim and Bob discuss the shocking news that 40% of those with students loans are not making their payments. Jim shares some ideas and strategies for those with students loans in default. Also, what are the top IRS audit flags, and tips on picking a qualified tax preparer. Click Here
We get e mails almost every day at ChristianMoney.com from people that have legal problems and need help. Hiring an attorney is almost always going to set you back a significant sum of money. No knock on attorneys here, they deserve to be paid like everyone else that practices their profession. The truth is, however, that today many legal problems and issues can be handled without a lawyer. We have seen the rise of services like Legal Zoom, which allows people to prepare a wide array of legal documents using a simple online portal. The other major change that has...
On this episode Jim discusses the latest stock market drop, the Shemitah, and economic factors influencing the markets. Subway's Jared facing more than 10 years in prison, finding a great hotel deal without using the Internet, and the Ashley Madison fallout.
Jon E Mica, author of The Autistic Holocaust and father of an autistic son, speaks out on the connection between autism and vaccines. Also discussed, the protection from lawsuits that pharmaceutical companies enjoy, special 'vaccine courts' that have paid damage awards in the billions of dollars, and California's new law making vaccines mandatory. Stressing that autism is a major public health crisis of unequaled proportions, this book accuses the federal government of refusing to acknowledge it as such and having a corrupt and morally unsound relationship with “Big Pharma.”
On this episode Jim discusses Donald Trump's new proposal on immigration reform and rumors of Joe Biden and Al Gore getting into the race. New report says AT&T close ally of U.S. government in bulk collection of records and spying on Americans, and Governor John Kasich suggests path to citizenship for illegals.
In his book, California Dreaming, Dr. Lawrence McQuillan outlines the problem and potential solutions to America's burgeoning pension crisis. Nationwide, there is almost a $5 trillion dollar shortfall in funding of government pensions. Although his book focuses primarily on California, he also makes the point that this same crisis is about to happen in multiple other states. This is not a distant problem, but is a present day crisis as cities like Chicago are already facing a collapse of their pension system. Much of the problem stems from a lack of honest accounting on the part of politicians, but bloated...
On this episode Jim discusses the reality that little or no progress has been made in race relations or how the public views the police, one year after the death of Michael Brown. Should Michael Brown be given the same tribute as slain civil rights leaders? Does he deserve a memorial plaque and marker on the sidewalk where he was shot? The life and death of sportscaster and NFL star Frank Gifford. How to get the maximum from Social Security. Houston nearing bankruptcy, and Netflix to give new parents one year of paid leave.
Author Edward T. Haslam joins Jim Paris Live to discuss his book Dr. Mary's Monkey. How the unsolved murder of Dr. Mary Sherman, a secret laboratory in New Orleans and cancer-causing monkey viruses are linked to Lee Harvey Oswald, the JFK assassination and emerging global epidemics. Why is the 52 year old unsolved murder case of Dr. Mary Sherman still important today? What is the connection between the CIA, the secret New Orleans lab, Lee Harvey Oswald, and the JFK assassination?
Jim comments on the recent incident in Jacksonville, FL involving 50 teens attacking a small group of police officers. Also Donald Trump raises questions about John McCain's status as a war hero, how to start a home based gun dealership, will the Iran deal bring with it low gas prices, Christian bakery forced to close after refusing to provide wedding cake to gay couple raises $350,000 in crowdfunding support, and rapper 50 Cent filing for bankruptcy.
On this episode Jim digests and comments on the defeated Greek referendum and what it may mean to word financial markets. Also discussed is the financial collapse of Puerto Rico and the stock market in China. Is the rise in the value of Bitcoin connected to the situation in Greece? Jim also comments on a new smartphone app that can be used to steal your credit cards, and how bankruptcy courts are dealing with social media account.
Day Of The Dead author, Dan Gordon, joins Jim Paris Live. Gordon shares details on his novel, which he says is a warning to America. The scenario in Gordon's book has ISIS using existing drug smuggling tunnels from Mexico to reach southern California. Gordon also shares how ISIS generates millions each day to fund their operations, and why they won't stop until they have reached their goal of a worldwide caliphate.
On this episode, Jim calls out the Pope on his statement about Christians being hypocrites if they 'support' the manufacturing of firearms. Jim shares why he believes that Christians should have no conflict in arming themselves to defend their family and community. How opportunists are already trying to exploit the Charleston shooting tragedy. A little known way that you can obtain your concealed weapons permit online. The country of Greece is on the brink of a financial collapse as tourists are warned, and runs on the banks begin. Is Puerto Rico America's Greece?
Self defense law expert, Andrew Branca, joins Jim Paris Live. Branca discusses in detail a number of scenarios and how the right of self defense. What is quickly apparent is that there are a wide array of public misconceptions about self defense and the law. How much force does the law allow when defending yourself? What is proportionality and why is it a central consideration in self defense law? The reality of widely differing laws on self defense in different states. Can you claim self defense when defending another person? What did George Zimmerman do wrong?
Jim shares his experience flying on Allegiant Airlines this past week (roundtrip from Florida to Ohio for $150). New app monitors your credit cards for fraud, the dangers of writing a postdated check, Chicago school system considering bankruptcy, New York prisoner manhunt costing $1 million dollars per day, and Jim's recommendation on a great coupon website.
On this episode Jim shares his thoughts on Benny Hinn's latest message of a transfer of wealth that will benefit Christians. The only catch - to get your share you have to 'sow a seed' into his ministry. Dennis Hastert caught in blackmail scandal after allegations of sex with an underage boy. How many sexual deviants do we have in high positions in our government? Hillary Clinton has a new ultra liberal challenger, Amazon offering free same day delivery in many cities, Snapchat gets $500 million in funding, and Bank Of America fined for unfair debt collection practices.