Radio Shack trying to sell data of 100 million customers!!!!!

If you’re one of the 117 million people who’ve shopped at Radio Shack in recent years, your data is up for auction on Thursday. This isn’t a few hackers trying to cash in. It’s the bankrupt electronics retailer trying to raise money to pay off creditors. As part of its bankruptcy auction process, RadioShack is auctioning off its customer...

Ted Cruz Running For President

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz will announce his presidential campaign Monday, becoming the first major presidential candidate to officially enter the 2016 race. Cruz, 44, is the first major candidate to enter what is expected to be a crowded Republican primary field that will likely include former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, Senator Marco Rubio,...

Gas Prices!!!!!

The average price of regular grade gasoline rose 21 cents in the past two weeks, bringing it to $2.54 per gallon. Prices bottomed out on Jan 23, 2015. However, the price for gasoline is still lower by 97 cents than it was a year ago, when the average was about $3.51 per gallon. US crude to drop to $40 as stocks rise according to the experts. The cost for crude...

Do You Want To Know A Little More About KTALK???

KTKK AM630 – ¬†”KTALK” Is going to be 50 years old this year. ¬†Here is a short film by Scott Thorton of Video West – It will give you a taste of what happens behind the scenes at KTALK!!! Click the KTALK Logo to watch the...

Will the Fed Kill the Recovery Again?

For most of its history, the Federal Reserve has been dominated by bankers and orthodox economists, who kill the recovery at the first sign of inflationary risks. Happily, the Fed today is led by Janet Yellen, a very uncharacteristic Fed chair who spent most of her career as a labor economist, of all things. Yellen is aware of the changes in the structure of...

A 1/3 of U.S. cities ban homeless camps, the nation’s nearly 600,000 homeless are bad for business.

For Teresa Sigerson, a former waitress who has lived under a Chicago expressway bridge for three years, the camp she shares with eight others provides shelter, companionship and some measure of security. “There’s safety in numbers,” said Sigerson, 51, who begs during the day and sleeps between concrete bridge pillars under a highway northwest...