Wayne Allyn Root – The Power Of Relentless

August 25, 2015 in Business, Finance, Politics by James L. Paris

Businessman, former Libertarian candidate for vice president, and author, Wayne Allyn Root shares his personal secrets of sucess. He takes us through his amazing career including being a sports betting expert, former TV news anchor, motivational speaker, and more. Root shares a down to earth approach that he says motivates him to succeed every day. Root also shares how he motivates his children to achieve their goals, how he stays on top of his game with fitness and supplments, and how he stays Full Article [...]

Stock Market Collapse And The Shemitah

August 25, 2015 in Business, News, Politics by James L. Paris

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.

Trump Gets Specific – Biden And Gore About To Jump In?

August 18, 2015 in News, Politics by James L. Paris

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.

One Year After The Death Of Michael Brown

August 11, 2015 in News, Politics by James L. Paris

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 Full Article [...]

Greece Becomes Barter Economy For First Time Since Nazi Occupation

August 5, 2015 in News, Politics by James L. Paris

Jim discusses the current financial crisis in Greece, how state governments are quietly raising gas taxes to take advantage of the currently low prices, what happened to the business owner that set the minimum salary for all of his employees at $70,000, why recipients of the new $15 dollar minimum wage in Seattle are unhappy, Jeb Bush's plan to replace Medicare with a voucher program, and the death of the daughter of Whitney Houston (Bobbi Kristina Brown). Full Article [...]