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  • How Damus Kicked Butt and Dumped $125K in Debt in 1 Year

    in Finance

    Damus Smith is a college grad, entrepreneur and was more than $100,000 in debt. We're re-airing his story which first ran 4 years ago on the Midday Money Show. Damus shared his inspiring storying of eliminating a massive amount of debt in just 1 year. He was candid about his financial struggles, his relationship troubles, and his health challenges. All of the typical challenges we face in life are exacerabated when you have a massive finaical hurdle ahead of you.

    Damus's story could be your own if you apply his MAPS concept and make a plan for eradicating debt. While this was an early show in the Midday Money Show history. It's definitely one of my favs.

    Click on the Podcast tab at DebtFreeDivas.org to find the show notes for this episode: How Damus Kicked Butt and Dumped $125K in Debt in 1 Year. He joined the Divas to share how he Dumped His Debt in just over one year and is on his way to becoming the Millionaire Next Door!

  • 00:32

    Debt Ceiling Explanation and Implications

    in Finance

    Debt ceiling rhetoric from both sides has blurred the reality that the US Government continues to spend more money than it takes in.
    On this broadcast, we explain what the debt consist of, who owns it and short / long term impact on federal policy and interest rates.

  • 01:21

    The Government Shutdown and Debt Ceiling

    in Politics

    In tonight's Current Issues Show we discuss what's happening with the government shutdown and the debt ceiling.  Why is it important to you? Can it be fixed? Will it be fixed?  Find out tonight.

  • 01:59

    ObamaCare & the Debt Ceiling

    in Politics Conservative

    The House has voted to defund ObamaCare while fully funding the government. Ted Cruz calls on Senate Republicians to not allow Harry Reid to use "procedural tricks" to put funding for ObamaCare back into the Continuing Resolution. Obama says he will veto any C.R. bill that doesn't fund the Affordable Care Act which could lead to a "government shutdown".  Meanwhile, Obama tells America that raising the Debt Ceiling does not increase national debt. We'll start there but we will also talk about  how Obama has waived a provision of federal law designed to prevent the supply of arms to terrorist groups to clear the way for the U.S. to provide military assistance to opposition groups in Syria. Next; first he wanted Obama to skip coming to Congress and just attack Syria, then he wanted to limit free speech, and now Sen. Lindsey Graham wants to seek authorization for the U.S. to attack Iran. Other topics if time allows; Dianne Feinstein says  "First Amendment Is A Special Privilege", Not A Right! and a Maryland Parent Arrested While Speaking Out Against Common Core at a Public Forum.
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  • 00:30

    Debt Free in 24 Hours

    in Finance

    Don't believe it. Tune in as new author, Aja McClanahan, dishes how. She speaks from experience.

  • 00:46

    Puerto Rico's debt: Discussions on it's implications for the future.

    in Culture

    Join us as we discuss Puerto Rico's debt and it's implications on the future of Puerto Rico and It's citizens. A complex situation with difficult legal roadblocks, our panelists will try to make sense of it, painting a clearer picture which will allow us to understand it. We can then create an opinion, and or a plan of action...

    Our panelist:

    Zoraida Rios-Andino, Community activist and Puerto Rican Leader in Orlando, Florida, Jonathan Marcantoni author (Kings of 7th avenue) and  Boricua activist from Colorado Springs,Colorado, and Nelson Antonio Denis, Lawyer, former NY Assemblyman, author (A war against all Puerto Ricans) and long time community activist in New York. Many

  • 03:52


    in Legal

    THE GREAT THOR RADIO NETWORK; THE LION OF JUDAH returns this Economic Tuesday (Debt Show) the most popular, most listened to, Debt Show on Internet Radio. The Consumers Forum and Platform created for the uplifting of Man, [Wo]Man who may engage in Consumer related Commerce. The Debt Collectors have their support organizations, the People now have T.H.O.R. Todays show will focus on the Court System and their Integrity, Reliability, Honesty, or possible Lack thereof when dealing with Consumers Debt Collection cases. Are the Courts (Tribunals) acting in a manner similar to Debt Collectors? Does these Courts prevent Consumers from being successful while prosecuting their cases. Are the Courts benefiting in any way from the abuses of the People/Consumers. Has the Courts, Administrators (Judges) adjudicated and ruled properly in consumer cases. Why would a Court mis-interpret the plain reading of the law. Does the Court use dismissals of a Consumer Case to further abuse, delay, harrass, a Consumer by forcing an Appeal. Why do these so called Judges hate to rule in favor of the Consumers, thus passing off their duties to an Appellate Court to decide. Are the Courts acting in a manner consistent with state and federal Constitutions to which they took an oath. How should a consumer handle a Administrator (Judge) when it fails to apply the Law and Justice when the facts and evidence before then is undeniable. Is this legal malpractice? Can a Consumer take legal action against a Judge, Attorney when they engage in willful conspiratory conduct which serves to deny you due process/ remedy. When a Tribunal, Article I Corporate Court exercises Jurisdiction over a masquerading Foreclosure, when it knows it has no Jurisdiction, what are the Ramifications. JOIN the "LOJ" who will address this issue.

  • 00:26

    Single Mom Dumps $130,000 in Debt

    in Finance

    Dumping debt can be a challenge for all family structures. The single parent household is a growing trend with 25% of American households being headed by single moms and 6% by single dads.

    Aja Williams is a single mom and was $130K in debt. She had the appearance of success, but couldn't afford to put gas in her luxury vehicle. She joins the Divas as we explore her journey to the debt free side of life. Trust us, single parent or not, her story will be the spark that gets you moving.

  • 02:11

    Episode 172 - Open Discussion and Q&A (09/22/15)

    in Education

    Open Discussion and Q&A regarding credit reports, debt collectors, unwanted calls, credit card debt, and foreclosure related issues. Call in and feel free to ask any questions about your specific situation(s).

    Become a member to have access to our entire library of related information, along with access to the moderators via the members forum and live members only webinars. Go to http://www.whatliesinyourdebt.com and "Join Now"!

    debt, credit card debt, credit reports, credit report repair, debt collectors, collection calls, debt collection calls, foreclosure, stopping foreclosure

  • NBWS: Good Debt vs Bad Debt

    in Finance

    In this episode, We discuss good debt vs bad debt. Is all debt bad?

    We also discuss strategies on using debt to your advantage using leverage to accomplish our goals

    Let's Build!!!


  • 00:27

    Fear Foreclosure - Create a Debt Free Stress Free Life

    in Entrepreneur

    Maureen Campaiola lost her job unexpectedly; setting her on a path to a possible fiscal crisis. She was supporting a child in college, elderly parents, and out of control spending habits. Once the reality of losing her home set in, she set about to dig her way out.

    In short order, Maureen built a successful cleaning business and paid off over $70,000 in debt. Her house is in the clear and she shares tips on cleaning up your surroundings and your finances with others.

    Maureen shared a deeply intimate reflection on life before debt freedom and a set of marvelous resources that helped her clean everything up. Visit www.debtfreedivas.org for this episode's show notes.