• 00:00

    Protecting Yourself After a Data Breach

    in News

    WSJ's Mathew Passy on one economists' reasons that the bull market can continue and how to avoid fraud after becoming victim of a data breach.

  • 01:00

    PUBLIC BANKS: SURVIVING THE GREAT CRASH WITH ELLEN BROWN

    in Politics

    It is time to be worried when mainstream commentators like Thom Hartmann and highly respected economists like Ellen Brown tell us that we are on track to experience an economic crisis that will make the Great Depression look like a mild hiccup.  Brown, the author of Web of Debt and The Public Bank Solution and founder of the Public Banking Institute, has even written about the likelihood of martial law in the US as a result of the collapse of the economic system.

    In this episode, we discuss why the economy is at risk and what we can do to protect ourselves from the collapse of the current archaic and unfair system of bankster control of the money supply through the power to issue fiat currency with which it buys the loyalty of our representatives in government.


    This show will be rebroadcast on November at 8 AM PST/ 12 PM EST on the Star Com Radio network.

    Take Back America for the People is an educational nonprofit whose mission is to explain the true costs of corporate control of the US government.

  • 01:14

    CRITICAL CONVERSATIONS: Headline news Colorado Mid Terms, Islam, Market Economy

    in Politics

    On this weeks edition of the Critical Conversations, the conversation turns to the midterms elections, and, in particular, the race in Colorado. Colorado resident and Communities Digital News correspondant Al Mauer, who is at the RNC convention, will be speaking with host Lisa Ruth and senior political editor, Dr. James Picht.


    With the shooting at the Canadian Parliment and yesterday's terrorist attack leaving two dead, ISIS stays in the headlines.  Rahat Husain is an Attorney based in the Washington DC Metropolitan area. He is the Director of Legal and Policy Affairs at UMAA Advocacy.


    For the past six years, Mr. Husain has worked with Congressmen, Senators, federal agencies, think tanks, NGOs, policy institutes, and academic experts to advocate on behalf of Shia Muslim issues, both political and humanitarian and he is joining us to talk about where Islam ends and ISIS begins.


    Critical Conversations will conclude with economists Dr. Jim Picht and Terry Ponick, CDN business editor, discussing how confidence in government  is affecting our economy and our markets. 


    CommDigiNews Hour Critical Conversation's is a product of Communities Digital News and Blog Talk Radio. Featuring host, Editor in Chief for Communities Digital News Lisa Ruth, a former CIA Intelligence Analyst and Senior Political Editor, microbiologist and economist Dr. James Picht.

  • 00:46

    The Shemitah Year and The Economic Ripples of the Day

    in Politics Conservative

    A while back before I became focused on my "get a replacement car" mission I was presenting and talking about a number of points relating to American history, the American economic system and the Federal Reserve, and the secularlist agenda.  I've drifted away from that for the simple reason that I had that gap where I didn't do any shows and moved on to other things.  But one subject that has become very relevant out of that, not because of me, but relevant all the same is the biblical year of the release or the "shemitah year".  Jonathan Cahn of course has a book out on this and while I've not read the book, I have read enough elsewhere to strongly feel that every 7th year, during a "shemitah year", we go through a correction.  A number of economists have pointed to 2015 being perhaps a very bad year and with the Shemitah year officially starting on sundown September 24th on our calendar, we've seen our share of interesting things since then.  Today, I wanted to talk a little bit about this as well as reference some of the arguments against it from some Christians out there and also if there's time share a couple of articles relating to the market and the economy that again point to potential trouble brewing.  That's today at 5:30 Eastern time and archived afterward.
     

  • 01:59

    Income Inequality Is Hurting The Economy, 3 Dozen Economists Say

    in Politics Progressive

    Main topic: Discussion on Today's Huffingtonpost's Artical by CHRISTOPHER S. RUGABER  Income Inequality Is Hurting The Economy, 3 Dozen Economists Say.


    The growing gap between the richest Americans and everyone else isn't bad just for individuals.


    It's hurting the U.S. economy.


    The growing gap between the richest Americans and everyone else isn't bad just for individuals.


    It's hurting the U.S. economy.


    "What you want is a broader spending base," said Scott Brown, chief economist at Raymond James, a financial advisory firm. "You want more people spending money."


    "The broader the improvement, the more likely it will be sustained," said Michael Niemira,


    Income inequality has steadily worsened in recent decades, according to government data and academic studies. The most recent census figures show that the average income for the wealthiest 5 percent of U.S. households, adjusted for inflation, has surged 17 percent in the past 20 years. By contrast, average income for the middle 20 percent of households has risen less than 5 percent.


    Economists appear to be increasingly concerned about the effects of inequality on growth. In a speech this month, President Barack Obama declared inequality the "defining challenge of our time."


    Now, he says, "there's not much denial of that ... and you're starting to see some research saying, yes, it does slow the economy."

  • 00:00

    Fixing the World, Bang-for-the-Buck Edition

    in Books

    A team of economists has been running the numbers on the U.N.'s development goals. They have a different view of how those billions of dollars should be spent.

  • 01:07

    Survival Punk & Prepper Recon "Security"

    in Education

    Survivor Jack, Life Preservers, & More!
    American Preppers Radio!
    Saturday
    9:00pm/Est 8:00pm/Ct 7:00pm/Mt 6:00pm/Pt
    Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/


    Join James and Mike with Special guest Mark Goodwin from the site Preperrecon and new book Retreat Security and Small Unit Tactics.  Mark Goodwin is a Christian constitutional author and the host of the popular Prepper Recon Podcast which interviews patriots, preppers and economists each week on PrepperRecon.com to help people prepare for the coming economic collapse.


    Mark holds a degree in accounting and monitors macro-economic conditions to stay up-to-date with the ongoing global meltdown. The troubling trends in the political and financial landscape have prompted Mark to conduct extensive research within the arena of preparedness. He weaves his knowledge of economics, politics, prepping and survival into an action-packed tapestry of fast-paced, post-apocalyptic fiction.


    Today Mark is here to talk about his new book Retreat Security And Small Unit Tactics. The book is co written by David Kobler aka SouthernPrepper1 on YouTube. It focuses on how to secure your home. Tips to deter invaders. Set up defenses. It also goes into tactics for training as a small unit. It goes over hand signals to move a unit. The full review of the book will be coming soon


    Tags: American Preppers Radio, Prepper Broadcasting

  • 00:22

    Meet Dave Brat for Congress, VA-7th District

    in Politics Conservative

    Meet Tea Party-backed, economics professor and congressional candidate, Dave Brat, 7th District, Virginia, for U.S. Congress.  Dave victoriously accomplished a stunning upset over House majority leader, Eric Cantor, whom constituents accused for being insufficiently conservative.  In this episode Dave talks one-on-one about his campaign platform for securing the 7th District congressional seat with, “The REALLY Real, Deal’s” Brother Craig and more.  A product of the rural Midwest, Dave Brat learned the value of faith, family, and a strong work ethic at a young age, and he was determined to get an education that would empower him to help others reach their economic potential.  A Princeton Theological Seminary graduate with a Master’s Degree in Divinity and a Ph.D. in Economics from the American University, Dave’s education has led him to a career serving the people of the Commonwealth.  In 1996, Dave and his wife Laura moved to Henrico and he began teaching economics and ethics at Randolph-Macon College where he has chaired the Economics and Business Department for the past 6 years.  Dave has served two governors on the Joint Advisory Board of Economists and served on the Richmond Metropolitan Authority, the Great Aspirations Scholarship Program, and on the VACO OPEB Investment Board.  Dave’s economic expertise led him to be elected to president of the Virginia Association of Economists, and the governor appointment to the Virginia Board of Accountancy.  Connect to this insightful conversation and get acquainted with candidate, Dave Brat, and be sure to pass it around and share it with a friend.  You can learn more about Dave Brat at http://davebrat.com/.

  • 00:00

    Why Leaked Celebrity Photos Can Hurt Your Credit

    in News

    A recap of the latest WSJ Economists survey and how seeking out leaked celebrity photos can hurt your credit. WSJ's Mathew Passy reports.

  • 01:00

    S2-E10 MAPI

    in News

    Hosts Lew and Tim join Daniel J. Meckstroth, PhD, to discuss a wide range of economic issues as they relate to the manufacturing sector.
    Daniel J. Meckstroth, Ph.D., is Vice President and Chief Economist for Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation (MAPI) and the research affiliate MAPI Foundation. He has been with MAPI since 1990 and coordinates the economic forecasting and analysis program, managing MAPI’s team of seven other economists.

  • 02:20

    Severity of the Ebola Outbreaks and the vulnerability of the African States

    in Health

    The Ebola outbreak, which began 9 months ago, has killed nearly 1300 lives in 4 African countries, affected up to 2000 people, shut down borders, and is becoming a threat to local if not national economies. Though ‘The Economists’ reports patchy precautions following Presidency declared state of emergency in these countries, personal testimonies are disclosing their satisfaction at their government’s serious efforts in protecting their citizens.


    Special Guest From Liberia Madam Miatta Fahnbulleh


    Combining a passion for performance with an acute social consciousness, Miatta Fahnbulleh is helping Liberia’s next generation move out of the shadow of war.


    Special Guest From Nigeria


    Dr. Katch Ononuju is man of many interests. He is the Managing Director/ Chief Economist at iordinance, which is into economic consultancy, large scale military hardware supply and security consultancy. He is also a Public Affairs Analyst with a doctorate degree from the prestigious London School of Economics and Political Science. Interestingly, he is also a politician and chieftain of the ruling PDP.


    See detail here: http://bit.ly/AV-WEN-Ebola

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