This book written Six Years in the Hanoi Hilton: An Extraordinary Story of Courage and Survival in Vietnam was written by Amy Shively Hawk, Captain Shively’s adopted daughter. It's a touching story of an American hero. It's one of ultimate inspiration: despite brutal treatment in prison, the contemplation of suicide, and his beloved girlfriend moving on back home, he somehow found hope – proving, in his words, that “Life is only what you make of it.”

Escaping prison and eventually reuniting with his long-lost love, Six Years in the Hanoi Hilton is an encouraging story of hope and love that America needs in this negative news cycle. It's a great story and one that really shows what people are capable of under the worst circumstances

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10’s of thousands of stores closing, malls closing, it’s a nightmare. We have 3 times more stores than similar countries like Japan and France. Online is expanding by leaps and bounds. Brick and mortar companies are successfully expanding into online. It might look like they’re doing well, but this success is coming at a great cost. Staples and Macy’s and other brick and mortar retailers are doing major sales but losing money. They’re cannibalizing their own store sales. They don’t have a choice, but it’s killing them. A continuing catastrophe for retailers. This will cause commercial real estate to flounder as well. The developers will walk and send the keys off to the lender. Jingle mail on steroids. 

Howard then talks about healthcare reform, tax reform, the Trump Presidency and the economy at large. 

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Populism is sweeping the western world now. It’s getting so bad that the Pope is even speaking out against it. Bill Clinton is out there speaking out against it as well. He’s too busy reaping the rewards of globalism to care about main street. There’s nothing wrong with protectionism when it means protecting yourself. It’s a fundamental human right. During the Great Depression the US sealed off its border from the rest of the world. Why take in others when you can’t properly take care of your own population? And populism is getting ready to score major victories in the Netherlands and France, although that remains in doubt. All things considered, Populism prospects are looking pretty good!

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A funny thing happened with the recent economic statistics. Inflation is going up. That wasn't supposed to happen, the world has been on a decade-long money printing debt binge and yet to most people the results have been benign. Prices have gone up some, but mostly stocks and real estate have seen the largest rise, and that's a good thing right? Well maybe now the chickens are coming home to roost. Worse comes to worse, they can always change the CPI just like they did to the Unemployment Rate. A little change in perception can work wonders. 

 

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From a very young age J.V. Crum III knew he was going to be a millionaire. He didn't want to become wealthy for the sake of becoming wealthy, but rather to help others to learn to do what he did. He works with high-achieving service-business owners and consultants who are committed to making a bigger impact and bigger profits. He is the Founder of ConsciousMillionaire.com, a global company that provides training, coaching, and masterminds through its First Million Academy. JV is a speaker, coach, podcaster, Huffington Post Columnist, and author of the #1 best-seller, “Conscious Millionaire: Grow Your Business by Making a Difference.” He hosts the top-ranked “Conscious Millionaire Show” and “Health Reality Podcast – From Diabetes to Healthy and Thriving Entrepreneur” and holds graduate degrees in business, law and psychology. JV has built and sold successful companies, and is featured in the upcoming movie, RiseUP.

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We sat down with Gregory Crowe, CEO of Silver One, an FSN sponsor. They signed an option to acquire a very promising project from Silver Standard in Nevada. Known as the Candelaria Mine Project, it has been the site of substantial high grade silver production in the past and it is believed to still hold a substantial cache of the shiny metal. Under the terms of the option, Silver One has much to gain and very little to lose. 

We talked about other projects the company is working on. One thing about Greg, he's not sitting around waiting for things to happen. He's out there working to get things done. Hard to believe the company has only been public for 8 months. We're expecting big things in the near future. 

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Don Mazzella believes that Trumpcare is a first good step. The question is a good first step towards what? He thinks that Leader Paul Ryan is a good guy who has the interests of the country and the people at heart. We disagree, but time will show who is correct. The Trump Train has left the station and the Never Trumpers have clearly been left behind. Will they change their tune before it's too late? 

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Larry Harbolt is a leading expert in creative Seller Financing expert as well as a popular national real estate speaker and teacher.  A former plumber/pipefitter and then residential home builder, Larry bought his first investment property in 1984, and knew he found his calling. After years of struggling financially, he developed a buying system that he still uses today, and that helped him buy 10 houses in one week.

Since then, Larry has been successfully creatively buying and selling real estate for over 30 years and has written numerous popular articles and real estate courses.  His time-tested strategies and nuts-and-bolts teaching style has helped thousands of aspiring real estate entrepreneurs realize their financial dreams with little or no money and without the need for credit.

 

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What's Happening Wednesdays with Andrew Hoffman:

Today's article - "how technology and stupidity destroyed the world"

-Fed hiking into historic economic weakness and political uncertainty?

-rising rates and a "strong dollar" will kill America

-Trump-Care - are you kidding me?

-"oil PPT" and historic base metal bubbles in trouble

-last week's "200 week moving average war" Cartel raid, and ramifications

-Ides of March a week away
Etc.

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Jason's YouTube channel was growing very nicely and then all of a sudden it wasn't. Subscribers were being involuntarily unsubscribed and viewer counts were being downgraded. Adding insult to injury, they decided not to pay him any longer for his monetized videos. If this was only an isolated case we could chalk it up to a technical glitch, but it's happening more and more to conservative and libertarian minded content producers. Twitter has become a virtual censorship orgy. Where will it stop? Perhaps with a Gofundme campaign and a class-action lawsuit would help. 

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Baby-boomers are ill prepared for their impending retirement. Therefore, it is urgent that they make major life-style changes as soon as possible. Aaron's upcoming book details a major life adjustment that will enable anyone to retire in comfort and happiness if they will take the plunge. However, time is running out and the sooner one makes the changes the better of they will be. 

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The financial system has become a paradise for scammers, fraudsters and banksters and no one wants to stop the party. Let the good times roll and when they stop, the government will be there to bail everyone out. The price you pay for living in a perfect world. How did we get here and how will we ever move one? Can technology save us or will it just make things inevitably worse? Danielle has her opinion and we have ours. 

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Janet Yellen signals March rate hike is possible. David Scranton is concerned about the effect upon the stock market at this point in the rally/recovery. We've been in a recovery for many years, how much longer can it continue. What if the Trump Bump runs into trouble with delays in getting his agenda through the Congress, will the market react negatively. 

David Scranton, CEO and Founder of, Sound Income Strategies. Author of New Book; "Return on Principle: 7 Core Values to Help Protect Your Money in Good Times and Bad"

Maximize your retirement and focus on income and master the “inside game” armed with a fresh perspective of 200 years of stock market history tied to the exact lifecycle of the average investor.

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Craig Hemke a/k/a Turd Ferguson of TFMetalsReport.com joined us for a look at the latest state of the precious metals market. As usual the mining stocks broke down and gold/silver followed them. This has become a boring repetitious cycle that we've been seeing for years. The paper derivatives as usual are determining the physical price. But why would you expect anything else? It will continue on until it no longer works, it's the alchemy of synthetic gold. 

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Mark's co-host Scott Todd had a great job at a Fortune 300 company. Great pay, benefits and future. However, he saw the handwriting on the wall. He knew that his job was soon going to be outsourced to India. He met Mark and started buying land. When that fateful day finally arrived, he had replaced most of his income and was happy to take the golden handshake. Now he works a couple of hours per day from wherever he may be and he's never happier and he's never looked back. Sound impossible. Many of Mark's students have done the same and so can you.

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March 15 is the Ides of March and the day the Debt Ceiling hits its limit. What will President Trump do? What will Congress do? What will investors do? What will you do? What should you do? Trump is a wild card, no pun intended. Precious metals seem to be under selling pressure presently but that could change very quickly as it has in the past. Don't second guess the market, it will show us the way. Keep your emotions out and keep your head. 

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Last week the state governors met with members of congress to discuss the fate of Obamacare. They were informed that the elimination of Obamacare would lead to disaster. States that participated in expanded Medicaid would lose billions in funding. Individuals who are receiving subsidies in the health insurance marketplace would wind up uninsured. Chaos would be the guaranteed result. In other words, the republican controlled congress putting its collective head together is unable to come up with anything better than Obamacare.

Was Trump really bugged? Odds are good he was. In fact we all are, Snowden told us that. So what else is new? Get used to it. And tell the Dems to stop bitching about the Russians. It's just another red herring. 

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By all rights the stock market advance should have come to its rightful conclusion. We're drowning in a sea of debt, both the debt we've acknowledged and the debt that we'll have to acknowledge when it comes due in the form of unfunded entitlements. It's just a matter of time. It looks like Trumphoria could be running out of steam. The only hope for the stock markets is if the Fed jumps in and starts buying stocks and at this point John believes anything is possible. Or perhaps a touch of hyperinflation, which has always sent the markets higher. 

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Arch Crawford joined us. With emotions running high in the political parties, a recent eclipse, the market is being tightly controlled. The Dow keeps going higher but the S&P isn't moving. What is going to happen to change things? Emotions are running high and yet it is having no effect on the market. Currencies are still unstable. Nothing is behaving as it they should be. It's all a mystery. 

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Another great month for stock markets with the Dow at new record levels. Metals did well as did the US Dollar. Oil was up, NatGas was down for the second month in a row. Interest rates were down slightly. Bitcoin was the stellar performer, with China's effort to cap the digital currency showing mixed results as it hit a new record. Uranium was doing well but wound up with a slight pull back. Copper is holding steady. Markets continue higher on Trumphoria. 

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Larry Schweikart—historian and bestselling author—was a member of the “Renegade Deplorables”, a group of volunteer analysts who supplied the Trump campaign with data the mainstream pollsters completely missed.Joel Pollak—senior editor-at-large for Breitbart News—was an eye-witness to the election from his unique position as the only conservative reporter aboard the Trump press plane in the final weeks of the campaign. Together they explain how Trump really won. 

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What's happening Wednesdays with Andrew Hoffman

Today's article - the "strong dollar" Catch-22;

Cartel on the brink - gold and silver pushing up on 200 week moving averages;

Upcoming debt ceiling debacle, European elections, Fed meeting;

Trump's speech - ALL platitudes, no substance;

The upcoming Trump-flation crash;

Record high Bitcoin prices - which is exactly what PMs will do, once the Cartel is inevitably defeated.

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Trump's trade agenda may be hitting bumpy waters ahead. He's got enemies on the right and enemies on the left. Not to mention the globalists at the Wall Street Journal Editorial Board. The disclosure forms that are required these days are a big mess, but  we do need to know who our government officials have been in bed with. NAFTA has turned out to be a raw deal for the country. Trump is determined to turn it around. Stumo believes that he will turn it around. But there's much more to come. Michael believes that Trump will get much of his way. 

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Vincenzo Villamena is an American CPA and the Managing Partner of Online Taxman. He came on to discuss FATCA and other international tax issues. FATCA has placed an undue burden upon Americans doing business overseas making it difficult for them to open bank accounts and conduct financial business. It's also turned the world's banks into an international snitch network. Something needs to change but is it too late? 

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Millennials (born between 1980 and 1994) are the most narcissistic - according to a study that consulted both millennials and their grandparents' generations. But there is one thing they disagree on: the extent of their narcissism. Older generations think millennials' narcissism goes beyond what millennials themselves will admit.


Millennials do view themselves as a bit more narcissistic than generations before them, but not to the extent that older generations do, according to new research presented Jan. 29 at the annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) in San Diego.

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