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Karen Katline – Finding Her Inner Voice (#44)

from Viral Podcasting

From a young age Karen Kataline wanted to be a performer. Later she went on to earn her masters in social work from Columbia. This prepared her well for her later role as podcaster. Karen says you’ve got to learn how to make connections quickly when you’re a social worker and the same holds true for podcasting. She fills in for local radio hosts in her area and started her podcast a year ago. She continues to build audience and is looking to monetize and expand. There’s a lot of options, but she will probably start another show dealing with women’s issues and business matters. Right now it’s all politics, all the time, but she’s learning the benefit of being flexible as any accomplished podcast must. For more info go over to ViralPodcasting.com.

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Indianapolis Market, Property Management Best Practices & Tenant Screen (#964)

from Jason Hartman’s Creating Wealth

Jason Hartman kicks off today’s episode with some big cryptocurrency news out of Venezuela and Poland this week that show both strength and weakness for the market, plus producer Adam interviews one of the Indianapolis Local Market Specialists about what makes Indy a good place to invest. Then Jason finishes up his interview with Jeff Cronrod. This time they focus on best practices for property management and how to properly (and legally) screen tenants.

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Sam McElroy – Employment Numbers Keep Improving

from Financial Survival Network

Sam McElroy is back… The new jobless claim numbers are the best they’ve been in 49 years. How much longer can it continue? Sam believes for quite awhile. The tax cuts appear to be kicking in as well, will they keep strengthening the economy? What about the debt, it’s gone way way up. When will it start having an impact? And how about those tariffs, when will they start being felt? So far everything is coming up Trump. But for how long?

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Andrew Henderson – The Nomadic Capitalist

from Financial Survival Network

Ever since Andrew Henderson was a teenager, he had a hankering to travel and live in another country. He started actually do it a while ago and hasn’t looked back. He’s been in over 100 countries and is currently living in Georgia (the former Soviet Republic). Now he’s teaching others how to do it too. From starting businesses in low tax areas, to helping you obtain citizenship, there’s so many benefits to globalizing your life.

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Bradley J. Birzer – Was Andrew Jackson the First President to Use “Covfefe”?

from Financial Survival Network

Bradley J. Birzer’s book “In Defense of Andrew Jackson,” does not state that Jackson used the Trumpian term Covfefe, but the two populist presidents certainly share much in common. They both put American First. But there are many differences as well, some of them due to the times in which they lived or are living, and others due to their character. But strength of will and the refusal to take no for an answer are dominant in both. The ability to turn their backs on ridicule and anger is also a common theme. A fascinating look at our 7th president and his life and times.

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Danielle Park – To Serve and Profit or to Profit and Serve?

from Financial Survival Network

Danielle Park asks what is the purpose of a corporation or business? Do they exist to simply maximize profit, regardless of abiding by a code of ethics or the laws of the land? Or are they here to serve the so-called stakeholders, including shareholders, employees, customers, creditors and the community at large? Obviously a company must turn a profit in order to continue its existence. Every entity, whether natural or man made, first seeks to insure its own survival and for businesses that means turning a profit. When they seek profitability at the cost of everything that we all hold near and dear, then perhaps they’ve give up the right to perpetual existence or maybe it’s time to flush out management. Culture matters and certainly the ideal of an overly altruistic company that puts its public service endeavors above those of the company will eventually fail. What’s your opinion?

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Gerald Celente – War Coming to the Middle East?

from Financial Survival Network

Gerald Celente has been writing for months that the situation in the Mideast. It gets more tense between the US and Russia by the day. Just today a Russian troop transport was shot down in Syria. Why is the US and its allies supporting the alleged terrorists in this action? Do we have any goals being there, and if so what are they? Oil prices are shooting higher and this could lead to major economic problems around the world. US interest rate increases continue on unabated. Will we soon reach a breaking point?

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Protecting Your Assets from Lawsuits and Catastrophe

from Life Benefits

4 tools everyone should use in their personal legal foundation because…what you KEEP is more important than what you MAKE.

Special guest Attorney Lee Phillips, spent several years of his life earning an extensive college education. 6 months after graduation (age 27) he was diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer and all the golden prospects of a wonderful life came crashing down.

Come hear Lee speak LIVE at the 2018 Wealth Summit – Register here

Learn from Lee’s journey so you can protect yourself and your family from the worlds Wealth Killers.

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Kenneth Ameduri – Why is Socialism So Cool?

from Financial Survival Network

Kenneth Ameduri of CrushtheStreet.com joined us for a discussion about the economy. Socialism seems to be in vogue once again. It’s amazing how bad ideas never really die. We’ve seen it fail over and over again, and yet the left will never let it die. A look at Venezuela proves the point. The country is on the brink of collapse or even disintegration, and yet the left believes that if only the right people were running things everything would be different. But the right people don’t exist, it’s a failed system. It’s time to put this one to rest. It never works no matter where it’s tried ever. History is replete with countless examples and yet, Bernie and his Bros never give up.

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John Rubino – COT Still Positive

from Financial Survival Network

John Rubino asks if the negativity in the precious metals markets peaked? Seasonality is turning favorable and traders front running the process, we may see an increase in January. John thinks it may be a good entry point. We also talked about the coming breakthroughs in quantum computing and the threat it may pose to all encryption, even crypto currencies. No one knows when or if it’s coming, but it certainly seems likely at some point it will.

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James Hirsen – Is Anyone Safe From Sexual Abuse Allegations?

from Financial Survival Network

James Hirsen returns… First they came for Harvey Weinstein, then for Al Franken and Les Moonves and now for Judge Kavanaugh. Is anyone safe from the wrath of the #metoo movement. Can they go back to kindergarten when you dipped the girl’s pigtail in the inkwell? Oh that’s right that can’t happen anymore since we’re not teaching the youth to write cursively any longer and inkwells are nearly extinct, but you understand what we’re getting at. There’s a reason why statutes of limitation exist and the Kavanaugh lynching is a perfect example.

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Bernard Kerik – The Grave Above the Grave

from Financial Survival Network

Former NYC Police Commissioner Bernie Kerik has just finished his 3rd book, The Grave Above the Grave. This one serves as a stark reminder of 9-11 and that it could happen again. Bernie feels that we’ve all gotten a bit complacent and that makes it fertile ground for another attack. While the Commissioner doesn’t see the possibility of another 9-11 style attack using commercial airliners, there’s still plenty of possibility for a different variant, which is why we all need to be prepared. We also talked about his accomplishments as NYC Corrections Commissioner, the historic crime drops during his tenure as head of the NYPD and how best to handle our current crime ills and the effects of mass homeless as encouraged by the Left. One of our best.

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Did Trump Really Suggest Spain “Build a Wall” In Africa?!




from Tim Pool

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This Government Loan Forgiveness Program Has Rejected 99% of Borrowers So Far

Only 96 people are included in the first cohort of borrowers of the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program

by Jillian Berman
Market Watch

So far, roughly 99% of processed applications for forgiveness under a government program aimed at helping public servants manage their federal student-loan debt had their applications rejected.

As of June 30 of this year, about 28,000 borrowers submitted 33,300 applications to have their loans discharged under the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program, an initiative launched in 2007 that allows borrowers who work in certain types of public service to have their federal student loans wiped away after 10 years of payments. Of the roughly 29,000 applications processed so far, 96 borrowers have had about $5.52 million in debt discharged under the program, according to a government report released Wednesday.

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Truth Equals Isolation?




from Stefan Molyneux

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Was Kavanaugh Accusation an Orchestrated Hit Involving Former Anita Hill Adviser?

from Zero Hedge

An audio recording purportedly from a July conference call suggests that Christine Blasey Ford’s sexual assault accusation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh wasn’t simply a reluctant claim that Diane Feinstein sat on until the 11th hour.

The recording features Ricki Seidman – a former Clinton and Obama White House official and Democratic operative who advised Anita Hill during the Clarence Thomas hearings, and who was revealed on Thursday as an adviser to Ford by Politico.

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The Truth About the Kavanaugh Accusations! Sargon of Akkad, Glenn Beck | Louder with Crowder (#392)




from StevenCrowder

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China’s Exporters Could Quickly Ditch U.S. Market, Says Ex-Central Bank Head

by Tom Miles
Reuters.com

GENEVA (Reuters) – The direct economic impact on China of the trade war with the United States appears limited, though it could rapidly prompt China’s exporters to switch away from the U.S. market, the former central bank governor in Beijing said on Wednesday.

[…] Zhou Xiaochuan, who stepped down in March after 15 years at the monetary policy helm, also told Reuters that China’s economy, which he expected to roughly match last year’s growth rate of 6.5 percent in 2018, needed to evolve beyond a model based on urbanization.

It would be a pity if the trade war led Chinese firms to withdraw from the U.S. market. “But I think it will force China to look at many other markets. So it’s not necessarily a good thing for the United States,” he said in an interview.

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D.C. vs. America: ‘War Machine’ Targets Trump




from Bill Whittle

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There’s a New Bible Out for Defeating the Trump Era and Its Corporate Masters

by Pam Martens and Russ Martens
Wall Street on Parade

Wall Street On Parade has repeatedly called attention to the fact that President Donald Trump, who ran on a fiercely populist platform of helping the little guy, infused his administration from the get-go with lawyers and executives connected to the fossil fuels conglomerate, Koch Industries, and/or front groups funded by its two majority owners, billionaires Charles and David Koch.

Now a step-by-step guide has been published on how to defeat the new-age robber barons, the corporate structure that made them billionaires while leaving workers with crumbs, and the enshrined political system that marches to the crack of their unaccountable whip.

Released by Cambridge University Press on August 31, the book is titled “A Manifesto for Social Progress: Ideas for a Better Society,” by Marc Fleurbaey, Professor in Economics and Humanistic Studies at Princeton University and a prolific social justice author. Reading the book feels like finding a large flashlight after endless days of stumbling around in a dark cave.

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On the Brink | Ep. 626




from Ben Shapiro

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The Argument for Legalization

by Karl Denninger
Market-Ticker.org

Yes, I mean it — heroin.

Here’s why.

The newest tool in the fight against opioid overdoses is an inexpensive test strip that can help heroin users detect a potentially deadly contaminant in their drugs.

Sales of fentanyl test strips have exploded as a growing number of overdose-prevention programs hand them out to people who use illicit drugs.

Though they weren’t designed for it, the test strips can signal the presence of fentanyl in illicit drugs. Some health officials question their accuracy, but they have proven to be so popular that some programs can’t get enough to satisfy demand.

This is a product that was designed to prove that patients were actually using the drugs prescribed for them – that is, they weren’t diverting them to others “out the back door.” You peed on it and the metabolites and drug itself, if present, would be indicated.

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Nothing Got Fixed in 2008 Financial Crisis




from TruthNeverTold

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How to Dodge Student Debt and Get a Second Passport

by Simon Black
Sovereign Man

This month, college freshmen across the US are settling into their new lives.

For the next four (or five… or maybe even six) years, they’ll be immersed in safe spaces and bombarded with repugnant, hyper-socialist groupthink.

Then, at the end, they’ll walk away with a degree of questionable use… but they’ll also walk away with TONS OF DEBT.

Consumers are on pace to end 2018 with over $4 trillion of debt. And $1.5 trillion of that is student debt (more than credit cards and auto loans).

Continue Reading at SovereignMan.com…

How to Profit from the Rise of China with ETFs – Jerry Robinson




from Follow the Money

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