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Smart Money

Saturday 10a - Noon

Hank Madden, Michelle Barron, and Brian Hughes

Smart Money

Today's news events and Washington politics have a big impact on our economy and on your money! Join Hank Madden, Michelle Barron, and Brian Hughes every Saturday from 10am-12pm as they make sense of the headlines and give you the context on how it will effect our country, your job and your portfolio.  

To talk to Hank call the show at 340-1045!

Smart Money 8/18/2018

Topics: Hank Madden and company offer advice on wills, trusts, and investment strategies.
Posted: August 18, 2018

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Smart Money 8/11/2018

Topics: Hank Madden and company field calls about IRA's, IMA's, real estate investment, and explore the nature of capitalism in global politics.
Posted: August 11, 2018

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8/4/2018 - Smart Money

Topics: Hank Madden and his co-hosts address topics including military retirement planning, term life vs whole life insurance, and current financial news.
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  • The St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office is on scene of a fatal crash on Solana Road, west of A1A.  The Sheriff’s Office says the crash happened at the curve in Solana Road, and appears to be a single vehicle crash.  Expect this section of the road to be closed for the next several hours as Deputies investigate the crash.  
  • An argument over a parking space turned deadly Sunday evening outside a crowded Georgia Walmart, WSB-TV reported.  >> Watch the news report here A man was fatally shot about 5:30 p.m. in the parking lot of the Walmart on Scenic Highway in Snellville, an Atlanta suburb. Police have one person in custody on a charge of voluntary manslaughter, the news station reported.  >> Read more trending news  Authorities have not identified the shooter or the victim. According to WSB-TV, witnesses said the shooter and the 49-year-old victim argued about a parking space before the gunfire erupted. A single shot was fired, police said. The scene was so chaotic, shoppers told the news station families became separated. “People were missing their family members,” witness Robin Reynolds said. “Some kids were crying 'cause they didn't know where their dad was at.” The shooting is still under investigation.
  • Pope Francis has written a letter to Catholics condemning sexual abuse by priests. >> On WPXI.com: Report names 300 alleged ‘predator priests’ >> Read more trending news  “Looking back to the past, no effort to beg pardon and to seek to repair the harm done will ever be sufficient,” said the letter, which the Vatican released Monday. “Looking ahead to the future, no effort must be spared to create a culture able to prevent such situations from happening, but also to prevent the possibility of their being covered up and perpetuated.” >> On WPXI.com: Report: Ring of 'predatory priests' shared, photographed victims He added: “We showed no care for the little ones; we abandoned them.” >> Read the full letter here The letter came less than a week after a grand jury report identified more than 300 priests accused of abuse in six dioceses in Pennsylvania. According to WPXI, a ring of predatory priests with the Pittsburgh Diocese allegedly shared information on victims and exchanged the victims among themselves, as well as made child pornography on Diocesan property. >> On WPXI.com: Cardinal Wuerl moves monthly meeting with council of priests In his letter, Pope Francis said Catholics must “acknowledge and condemn, with sorrow and shame, the atrocities perpetrated by consecrated persons, clerics, and all those entrusted with the mission of watching over and caring for those most vulnerable.” He wrote: “Let us beg forgiveness for our own sins and the sins of others. An awareness of sin helps us to acknowledge the errors, the crimes and the wounds caused in the past and allows us, in the present, to be more open and committed along a journey of renewed conversion.” Read more here.
  • Two people are dead, including the suspect, and one person was hurt after a woman reportedly opened fire early Monday at a food warehouse in Texas. According to KHOU, police said a woman fired shots before 3 a.m. CDT at the Ben E. Keith Foods facility in Missouri City, killing one person at the scene. Another person was injured and is being treated at a nearby hospital. >> Read more trending news  KHOU reported that the shooter “suffered a gunshot wound when she was confronted by police outside the facility,” authorities said. Officers didn’t know whether she was hurt while exchanging gunfire with police or if she shot herself. She was taken to the hospital, where she died, police said. Read more here.
  • 48-year-old Paul Rigsby is behind bars for possessing sexual images of children on his home computer in Orange Park.  The arrest report from the Clay County Sheriff’s Office says Rigsby’s wife found the images on the computer. She told deputies nobody else uses the computer and that she has never downloaded such material to their computer.  After meeting with Rigsby’s wife, deputies met with him and he gave them permission to search his computer. During the search, investigators say they found hundreds of images of child erotica under Mr. Rigsby’s profile on the computer.  A spokesperson for the Clay County school district confirms to WOKV that Rigsby is a former school bus driver with the school system. He worked with the district last year.  “This employee resigned in lieu of termination after his arrest, but never started the school year with students,” Nicole Synder tells WOKV.  Rigsby is due back in court in September. His bond is at $50,000.

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