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Author and radio personality, James L. Paris, discusses news, politics, Bible prophecy, Bitcoin, UFOs, conspiracy theories, survival and preparedness, and a wide array of Christian financial issues. Paris' popular books are Executive Order 11110 - Did The Fed Kill JFK, How To Pray For A Financial Miracle, And Exposing The Ponzi Masters.

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Author and radio personality, James L. Paris, discusses news, politics, Bible prophecy, Bitcoin, UFOs, conspiracy theories, survival and preparedness, and a wide array of Christian financial issues. Paris' popular books are Executive Order 11110 - Did The Fed Kill JFK, How To Pray For A Financial Miracle, And Exposing The Ponzi Masters.

    The 1974 Kidnapping Of Jack Teich

    The 1974 Kidnapping Of Jack Teich

    The incredible true story of one of America’s largest ransom cases—and the massive FBI and police manhunt to bring the radical captors to justice.

    The New York Times described what happened to New York businessman Jack Teich as a “front page horror.”


    Two hundred FBI agents and Nassau County police officers combined forces to form a dragnet, hunt for his kidnappers, and rescue him.


    Teich lay handcuffed and chained to the walls of a closet in the Bronx with a medical bandage wrapped around his head to cover his eyes. His captors demanded that his wife, Janet, drop a bag with $750,000 (the equivalent of four million dollars in today’s currency) in a locker at Penn Station, making the Jack Teich ransom one of the highest in U.S. history at the time.


    FBI and Nassau County police detectives spent over a year before finally uncovering the meticulously planned kidnapping ploy hatched by radical mastermind Richard Warren Williams. The FBI internally dubbed the Jack Teich kidnapping operation “Jacknap.”


    The real-life crime drama that followed proved stranger than fiction, involving a tense across-the-country manhunt, a trailer in California stuffed with tens of thousands of ransom dollars hidden inside, a contentious jury trial that dominated NYC headlines for months; a guilty verdict that was overturned twenty-one years later on a controversial technicality; a retrial stymied by a mysterious fire that incinerated court records; and a civil verdict ruling that the kidnapper pay Jack Teich back the ransom money, plus interest.

    Operation Jacknap tells the incredible true crime story that continues even now. Indeed, as of this writing, no one knows where the majority of the ransom money is located.

    • 48 min
    Coronavirus: A Second Wave Or Just Flawed Numbers?

    Coronavirus: A Second Wave Or Just Flawed Numbers?

    Jim discusses reporting anomalies in Coronvirus totals. Are we looking at a second wave or is the reporting skewed? African dust storm reaches the U.S., the price of beef skyrockets, Trump posts 'white power' video and then deletes it, why Parler is the new great social media alternative to Twitter, and NBA players will be allowed to put social justice statements on the back of their jerseys.

    • 31 min
    Coronavirus: How To Boost Your Immune System, And Why Masks Make No Sense

    Coronavirus: How To Boost Your Immune System, And Why Masks Make No Sense

    Why masks make no sense scientifically, how to boost your immune system naturally, how beets can turbocharge your workouts, the new water that everyone is talking about, the four keys to better health, and the number one thing we can do to improve our health. Nutritional pharmacist Ben Fuchs joins Jim Paris Live. 

    • 34 min
    Was The Atlanta Officer Overcharged? A Closer Look At The Rayshard Brooks Case

    Was The Atlanta Officer Overcharged? A Closer Look At The Rayshard Brooks Case

    The Atlanta prosecutor in the Rayshard Brooks case is running for re-election, did he overcharge the officer? Was a charge of murder warranted? What will happen when the case goes to trial? The incredible indiscriminate destruction of historical monuments continues, 56 shot and 9 dead in Chicago, why were there empty seats at the Trump Tulsa event? Chick-Fil-A’s CEO says whites should shine the shoes of African Americans to make up for racism, Newsom orders all Californians to wear masks, and transgender men to join women's sports after Supreme Court ruling. 

    • 32 min
    The Hare Krishna Murders - Author Henry Doktorski

    The Hare Krishna Murders - Author Henry Doktorski

    The 1986 murder of Hare Krishna devotee Steven Bryant (Sulochan dasa) was arguably the darkest moment in the fifty-one year history of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness—a new branch of the Chaitanya-Bengali-Vaishnava religion founded in New York City in 1966 by an Indian spiritual teacher and guru, His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada (1896-1977). A mere nine years after the disappearance of this beloved spiritual father, one of their own was hunted down and assassinated. This brutal killing was achieved through a cooperative effort by “spiritual” leaders, senior managers and hit men enforcers from West Virginia, Ohio, and Southern California ISKCON temples.

    The murdered whistle-blower had discovered many secrets and threatened to reveal to the world the immoral acts and criminal dealings of a set of self-appointed, illegitimate successors to Swami Prabhupada: a corrupt oligarchy of new ISKCON “gurus.” He had also, perhaps foolishly, advocated using violence against the gurus to evict them from their posts. ISKCON leaders took his threats seriously, and they hunted down and assassinated the passionate reformer. How did the peaceful, shaven-headed, saffron-clad Hare Krishna devotees regress from their blissful activities of chanting, dancing, and selling incense in the streets to this?

    • 52 min
    Rayshard Brooks Death Ruled A Homicide After Being Shot By Atlanta Police

    Rayshard Brooks Death Ruled A Homicide After Being Shot By Atlanta Police

    On this episode Jim discusses the shooting of Rayshard Brooks by an Atlanta Police Officer. There are distinct differences between this case and the death of George Floyd, but it appears that the use of deadly force was not be justified as the death of Brooks has been ruled as a homicide. Protesters returned to the scene of the Wendy's restaurant Saturday evening and burned it to the ground.  A CNN news crew was attacked by rioters while attempting to video the demonstration that led to the restaurant being set ablaze. 

    Jim also discusses the 'new science' on Covid-19 and why people continue to cling to outdated standards and advice and how people are unknowingly throwing away debit cards with thousands of dollars of stimulus money on them.

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