On this episode Jim discusses his sleep results after taking CBD oil for 30 nights and discusses its skyrocketing popularity. Now that Bitcoin has broken through $4,000 where will it go from here? President Trump threatens to close the border as the 'mother of all caravans' forms in Honduras, and Democrats simply can not let go of the Russia collusion narrative. Read more →


Rental car insurance is downright expensive ($10 to $30 a day), but I understand why people buy it. Your rental agreement makes you responsible not just for damage to the vehicle, but also for loss of use. This means that on top of the repair bill, you will be charged each day the car is out of service. In general, the auto insurance coverage you have will follow you when you are driving a rental car (be sure and check that this is the case with your insurance company). Your auto insurance will not likely pay for 'loss of use'... Read more →


On this episode Jim discusses the outcome of the Mueller investigation and the finding that there was no Russian Collusion. Also, Barbra Streisand's comments about the alleged victims of Michael Jackson (Leaving Neverland movie) cause a worldwide backlash on social media. Read more →


Alan Collinge, founder of Student Loan Justice, joins Jim to discuss the $2 trillion dollar student loan bubble that may be about to burst. Why is college so expensive? Why are student loans driving people to flee the country and some even to commit suicide? What effect have student loans had on the cost of college? What is the real cost of a student loan? How the government makes more money when a student loan defaults, the gigantic profits in student loan rehabilitation, egregious salaries of college administrators, hundreds of millions in frivolous spending, how to avoid college debt, and... Read more →


A Houston area library apologizes after it allows a convicted child sex offender to entertain children at Drag Queen Storytime. New Zealand threatens more than a decade in prison for anyone possessing video of mass shooting, mom sues parents accused in college admissions scams for $500 billion dollars, what is geographic arbitrage?, and the IRS issues a warning about a new scam. Read more →


James L. Paris is the author of the Amazon best-seller Credit Scoring Secrets, How To Raise Your Credit Score 100 Points In 100 Days. The so called 609 letter is not a magic bullet. In fact, it may actually lower your credit score. The key to raising your credit score quickly is focusing on your present open accounts and not worrying about older accounts that are no longer reporting. Disputing old negative accounts is likely to lower your score. Read more →


Christopher Fulton's journey began with the death of Evelyn Lincoln, late secretary to President John F. Kennedy. Through Lincoln, crucial evidence ended up in Christopher's hands—evidence that was going to be used to facilitate a new future for America. But the U.S. government's position was clear: that evidence had to be confiscated and classified, and the truth hidden away from the public. Christopher was sent to federal prison for years under a sealed warrant and indictment. The Inheritance, Christopher's personal narrative, shares insider information from his encounters with the Russian Government, President Ronald Reagan, Donald Trump, the Clinton White House,... Read more →


On this episode - Following the lawsuit against the Washington Post, CNN is now being sued for $250 million for their coverage and alleged vilification of Nick Sandmann. Some call it heresy when Donald Trump signs Bibles in Alabama, homeless beggars making $250 a day, Apple removes Christian ministry app, and Jim shares how to uncover the salaries of top executives in non-profit organizations. Read more →


About 18 years ago I learned that my accountant (my own brother) embezzled $2 million dollars from me. I am personally well aware of what can happen when a criminal gains access to your financial accounts. Today's criminals use all manner of technology to steal from their victims (and many times it is a relative or close friend). The focus in recent years has been on online breaches, but low tech means of thievery are still alive and well. One significant vulnerability may be sitting right at the end of your driveway - your mailbox. We had several incidents of... Read more →


On this episode Jim discusses the backlash from the documentary Leaving Neverland and can fans still enjoy his music despite overwhelming allegations regarding his personal conduct? Why is Alan Dershowitz trying to keep the media from seeing documents regarding the sentencing of Bill Clinton friend and registered sex offender Jeffrey Epstein? The Mueller report is expected this week, but in the meantime Democrats send out 60 subpoenas starting dozens of new investigations into President Trump's personal and business life. The moment has finally arrived as Ripple XRP is added to Coinbase. Read more →


The ordeal reads like a mystery novel. But, this is not fiction. In early 2005, Israel's most venerated Orthodox Rabbi, Yitzhak Kaduri, claimed he had met the true, soon-coming Messiah. He also made a public announcement that he had written Messiah's name in a note. He said he would turn that note over to his ministry officials to be kept secret and locked away until one year after his death. Then, after that time, the note was to be posted on his website at kaduri.net. Just a few months later, Kaduri was dead. Little did the world know what revelation... Read more →


Yuvi Panda a DevOps architect for Berkeley’s Data Science Education Program wrote, “OH MY GOD THE MAGA PEOPLE ON UC BERKELEY CAMPUS YESTERDAY GOT PUNCHED IN THE FACE BY SOMEONE THIS MAKES ME FEEL EMOTIONALLY SO MUCH BETTER,” Fox News reported. Read more →


It's time to revisit 1945 and the final days World War II in a way that no one else ever has. Grab your thinking cap and join author Steve Ubaney in volume II of his five volume "Who Murdered?" book series, where he probes every part of FDR's mysterious death. We have been told all the lies for decades, now it's time to answer some very pointed questions. Why did Eleanor Roosevelt suddenly, 12 years after FDR's death, hire a private investigator to probe his doctor's treatment methods? Why were all of FDR's medical records stolen from a locked filing... Read more →