A special Christmas message from the your show host. I go into unique gift ideas, like coins and chocolate, as well as the real story of St. Nicholas. Hear about the guy who threw 1000, $1 bills over the rotunda of the Mall of America, as well as the guy who melted his lawn using a flamethrower. All kinds of stuff on this show.
Rebekah Maxwell of Life Right Now Radio joins us on how to “live out our pro-life.” We talk about her show, and some of the programs she’s come across in her broadcasts. We, at the least, should be informed about of these programs and their possibilities. You might find a way of helping out you didn’t know about.
I interview Larry Laborde of the Silver Trading company on the use of safes. Then some insight into unique storage places. Where should I store my gold and silver, and by extension, cash? This is to complement recent episodes on precious metals, cash, and banking.
Paul Tuschy, also known as Liberty Long Beard, joins the program to discuss our experiences in grassroots activism. A good discussion for beginners or those who wish to carry out some of the projects on this site. Great for any new volunteer.
I speak to one of the members of Robin Hood and the Merry Men out of Keene, NH. The Merry Men traverse the streets looking for expired parking meters and like good samaritans, fill the meter before the enforcer issues a citation. This has led to a sharp reduction in parking fines and saves you money!
In 2012 I went on an archaeological dig in Israel. The location of the dig was Khirbet Qeiyafa in the Valley of Elah. This is near where David slew Goliath. Khirbet Qeiyafa is possibly the biblical city of Sha’arayim.
Daisy Luther talks to us about the importance of cash, and her article, underbanked vs. unbanked. She also talks about the need to have an emergency fund. This episode is for anyone with a bank account.