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On my website Hebrews Wake Up dot com you may have noticed on the front page I have a link to a video of a man by the name of Kevin Trudeau. The video says “He will be Acquitted! - Stand Up For Your HEALTH - Natural Cures”. Now many of you are probably wondering why I have this link. With the message “He will be Acquitted! - Stand Up For Your HEALTH - Natural Cures”. Listen and find out why.
Greg Caton, is an herbalist and inventor who was founder and president of three companies. One, Lumen Foods, made soyfood products. Another, Preservx, made a food preservative Caton invented and patented that can be used in much smaller quantities than other preservatives. The third, Alpha Omega Labs, sold what the FDA and conventional medicine call “unproven” remedies for cancer and other health problems.
In 2001, Greg Caton was a victim of “Operation Cure All,” an initiative begun by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Federal Trade Commission. A press release on the FTC’s web site says, “FTC, FDA and other law enforcement agencies move to stop Internet scams for supplements and other products that purport to cure cancer, HIV/AIDS and countless other life-threatening diseases.” Unfortunately, the FDA has used this as an excuse to shut down businesses and arrest people whose products, though not recognized by conventional medicine, actually work — and are inexpensive and have few, if any, side effects.
In the news: FTC lifts waiting period on proposed acquisition; Company looking to cut at least a quarter of workforce at mill; Mill allowed by government to boost pulp production; Shareholders OK spinoff; Hundreds of employees laid off, three machines idled; RR Donnelley closes facility, nearly 500 lose their jobs; Fire at container company; IP to pay $30 million to settle lawsuit; and much more!
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Desparate times call for harsh words. Today we revisit a recurring theme - cosigning. The FTC reports that 3 out of 4 people who cosign end up paying the loan. We don't like those odds so we're discussing alternatives to help your friends and family in a bind without taking on their problems.
How to avoid abuses from those in power when the rules change with the wind.
Join Sharry and Richard as they speak with Ralph Fucetola, JD about how to be proactive against government intrusion into our personal and professional lives.
Ralph Fucetola JD, the Vitamin Lawyer provides proactive legal consulting to those in support of SELF-HEALTH and self-responsibility Ralph’s services include private, confidential, competent electronic professional advice and counsel to his healthcare modality clients, for the purpose of compliance with International, State and Federal (including FTC and FDA) requirements for communicating about the advertising and sale of dietary aids/supplements, manufacturing/sales of devices to those offering health care services and information.
Sharry and Richard will be talking with Ralph Fucetola about topics that should concern you:
Protecting you and your business from audits Protecting your IP, business practices Protecting your employees from undue taxes and fines How to protecting your business and records from seizure How to structure your initial business for proactive protection How to set up Standard Operating Procedures, manuals, files What/When and How entrapments have been set –up for political control
With the FTC cracking down on Bloggers, now is the time to get the latest scoop on the FTC regulations. This week we invite Intellectual property specialist and attorney Michael Donaldson to be on our show to discuss the latest things you need to know if you're a blogger getting books or if you're an author/publisher pitching your book to bloggers.
Thomas Pastore will share his Investigative Report on the Florida Notary Public and how the State of Florida Fails to protect the rights of honest Florida Residents by providing no oversight of almost 500,000 Notary Publics. Facts About Florida Notary Publics
For about $79 almost anyone can become a Florida Notary Public including Non-U.S. Citizens and Felons. Florida Notaries are NOT Required to keep a "Journal" of their transactions. Complaints are mismanaged. There is no Database with information on Complaints Filed Against Notaries or Notaries that have been Suspended. There is only 1 Person in the "EOG- Notary Section" managing almost 500,000 Notary Publics. Florida is the #1 State in Identity Theft and Property Theft. Hmmmm......I wonder why? Florida Notary Public Statutes - Chapter 117 http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&URL=0100-0199/0117/0117ContentsIndex.html&StatuteYear=2012&Title=-%3E2012-%3EChapter%20117
Florida Facts and Information
"As you will see, there are several laws that make a Florida Notary "one of a kind."" http://www.notarysuccess.com/florida_notary.html FTC Report http://www.ftc.gov/sentinel/reports/sentinel-annual-reports/sentinel-cy2012.pdf The Florida Senate report / Committee on Commerce,/Interim Report of 2010-2012, states the following; "The current application review process could be improved to provide a higher degree of protection to the Public against Fraud in Legal transactions." The statutorily required information submitted by an applicant is NOT verified by the staff of either the Division of Corporations or by the EOG's office.
SCOTUS Pharmaceutical Case May Heavily Impact Drug Prices
Can a brand drug maker pay a maker of a generic drug to keep their version off the market? The Federal Trade Commission has stated that is an illegal monopoly, but such a case reached the Supreme Court, where arguments were heard today. A twist in this case is that the payment agreement was the settlement in a case of copyright infringement. The original developer of the drug, Solvay Pharmaceuticals sued Actavis for producing a generic drug before the required “exclusionary period” in which Solvay had an exclusive right to produce AndroGel, a testosterone gel. The companies settled with Solvay agreeing to pay Actavis to stay out of the market for an extended period of time. The FTC claimed they were sharing in monopoly money and filed an antitrust suit but lower courts agreed with the industry. We talk to Scott Nelson, Attorney at the Public Citizen Litigation Group and Diane Bieri of Arnold & Porter LLP
GOP Sees Divides Over Same-Sex Marriage as SCOTUS Takes Up DOMA and Prop 8
Amidst the Supreme Court taking up the issue, approval of same-sex has hit an all-time high according to recent polling. Meanwhile, the issue also seems to be dividing the Republican Party as they consider ways to recover from their defeat at the polls last November and a number of high-profile Republican officials changing their minds on the subject. My guest is at the forefront of the movement to change the GOP platform, in hopes of not-only garnering more acceptance for gay conservatives, but also rebuilding the party for electoral victories in the future. I caught Jimmy LaSalvia, Co-Founder & Executive Director of GOProud, Inc. at CPAC a couple weeks ago where he was making that very case.
If you missed the Webinar conducted by Joel Comm and Kevin Houchin, Esq on November 9th or if you stepped away from the session with lingering questions, you have an opportunity today to get your questions answered on the Internet Business Blueprint Podcast today.
The new FTC rules go into affect on December 1, 2009 and they will directly impact the design of your webpages, blo
On today's show we will talk with COO and Co-Founder of ICON Home group in Ft Lauderdale Florida Derek Mulrey. Derek will be sharing news about the south florida market and how ICON Home Group can help you if you are in a situation where you are trying to avoid a foreclosure, short sell your home and private money lending options. We will also talk about the recent study that was released by the FTC regarding the credit reporting agencies in ablity to prevent mistakes from being entered on