Craig R. Smith is an expert in many forms of tangible assets. He is often sought after by the media for his common sense insights on breaking news, world events, and financial trends. Over the past two decades, Craig has been interviewed on over 1,500 radio and TV programs. Craig also writes a weekly editorial for WorldNetDaily.com.
Surprise main guest, author Howard Bloom discussed his new book The God Problem. Alien abductee Jim Sparks appeared only during first half of the second hour, due to problems with his phone line. First hour guest, author and tangible asset expert Craig R. Smith addressed the economic problems facing the US, including the 'fiscal cliff.' ... More »Host: George Noory
Astronomy Professor Chris Impey discussed the structure of galaxies, exoplanets, the Big Bang, and various other topics in astronomy and cosmology. Regarding the size of the universe, "the current view in the expanding Big Bang picture is that the distance to the edge...as well as we can measure, is about 40 billion light years," he said. First hour guest, finance expert Craig Smith gave an overview of the troubled economy, and predicted that the U.S. is headed for a "currency collapse." ... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half, author and tangible asset expert Craig R. Smith discussed the economic problems that face the US and the world today, including what he calls the 'Inflation Deception.' We're getting ready to face a 10-30 year period of difficult times in America, as we deal with the last 40 years of "massive increases of personal, government, sovereign debt," he said. In the latter half, author Annie Wilder discussed her abilities and connections to the spirit world, the peculiar habits of ghosts, and experiences in the astral world. ... More »Host: George Noory
Appearing for the entire four-hour program, Jerome Corsi and Craig R. Smith, the co-authors of Black Gold Stranglehold, shared the contention that oil is continually created deep inside the planet, and doesn't stem from dinosaurs or decayed matter (i.e. fossil fuel). Accordingly, there is an abundance of this material and the so-called scarcity is a marketing ploy to charge higher prices, they said. ... More »Host: George Noory