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This week we will be welcoming in Marci Kinter from SGIA who is the VP for Government and Business Information and she is going to help us understand the regulations for private labeling for garments as well as hit on several other regulatory areas that decorators need to be aware of in their business.
Aaron and Terry will also bring you details on things you want to discuss. Join the conversation on our Facebook Page or join us live via the online chat below during the show.
Today’s Topic: Public, Private, Online, or Homeschooled Education - Which is Best for Your Child? Our Mild Wednesday Show will discuss what parents or guardians believe are the best ways to educate their child or children. This show will discuss the differences and similarities in public, private, online, and homeschooled education. In addition, this show will discuss the budget issues with educating your child or children. Also, this show will give parents information on choosing the right educational path for their child or children.
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Garden of Eden Eating has been around, quite literally, since the beginning of time! And just like our first ancestors, you have choices to make!
On the sixth day the Almighty said, “Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat… And He saw everything that He had made, and, behold, it was very good!”
If only we shopped, prepared, and ate food that our Creator considered VERY good like He did in the garden...there would be NO sickness OR Dis-ease.
Well, today we are going to look deeper and investigate what is considered “Food”. In this day and age of chemicals and Frankenfoods – we have to closely examine each and every ingredient in and on what we intend to eat.
So fellow Sherlocks: Get out your magnifying glasses & join us on Biblical Health TV Radio & Video LiveStream as we discover how to become a “Label Detective”.
Make sure there is truly Food in your Food!
YOU can do this!
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Mark Hanf, President of Pacific Private Money, is an expert at raising private money. He's so good, that he's started teaching others. On this FlipNerd.com VIP Flip Show, Mark shares awesome advice on how to raise private money for you real estate investing business, and as a real estate investor, why private money is exactly the type of capital you need. To see this full episode of the FlipNerd.com VIP Flip Show, please visit: http://flipnerd.com/raise-private-money-real-estate-investing/
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To be effective at raising private money for your real estate business, you simply must convey your credibility to others properly. Even if you're a super star, unless you properly 'sell' yourself and your achievements, you're going to struggle to convince others. In this FlipNerd.com Flip Tip, Mark Hanf, President of Pacific Private Money shares his advice on how to prepare an effective credibility package. To see the full Flip Tip, please visit: http://flipnerd.com/credibility-to-raise-private-money/
Franchise Capital Exchange (FCX) is the only event of its kind where franchisors present their business opportunities to potential investors in an effort to secure capital to fuel their future. Now in its 3rd year, Franchise Capital Exchange is THE venue for capital investors and franchise companies to meet, network and exchange information with the end goal of placing equity.
Join Deb Evans and Jack Monson as they talk to FCX Founder Susan Black-Beth (also COO Super Wash Franchise).
It's worth a shot, we believe in music and follow it more than we follow books. So let's build something for the future generation. That's all Folks, Let's Do This.
Let's try to connect people from around the world, and give a centre base that can popularise and highlight great musiciains that can sustain a good living for our artists rather than letting them sell their souls for contracts and singing negative music.
Join us Tuesday night June 17, 2014 at 9pm eastern as we discuss our Topic Tuesday subject, Bigfooting: Private Passion or Outspoken Hobby? Everyone handles this subject differently. Are you very outspoken about your research into this mystery? Or do you do your research under the radar? Do you discuss your passion with your co-workers and friends? Would your employment be at risk if your employer knew about your strange interests? Everyone has different circumstances when it comes to this strange hobby, or for some maybe, strange career of ours. This will be a call in show, the phone lines will be wide open for you to call in. Call in number is 347-237-5070. Let us hear from you!
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Joining Host,Larry Muck today on Community Investor is Kim Lisa Taylor, a California and Florida licensed attorney and partner in the Corporate Securities Law Firm of Trowbridge,Taylor & Sidoti LLP.
Kim began her legal career in 2003, practicing environmental and real estate litigation. During her previous successful 15 year career as an environmental consultant/geologist, Kim became a senior project manager and technical editor for a nationwide environmental consulting firm, She also has prior experience in commercial real estate as the former property manager for a 264 Unit Apartment complex and as a consultant to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in their nationwide multi-family housing inspection and enforcement program. Since 2007, Kim has focused her legal practice on Real Estate Investment Law and Corporate Securities Law with her law partner, Gene Trowbridge.
Public vs Private Law
Legal terms may appear complicated to common individuals, which is why confusion usually occurs during legal procedures. To have a deeper understanding of the basics regarding legal procedures, let us take a look at the difference between two terms: Private law and public law. When is law considered public or private? Read on to find out.
Public law is a theory of law that governs the relationship between the state and the individual, who is considered to be either a company or a citizen. Public law covers three sub-divisions: Constitutional, administrative and criminal law.
- Constitutional law covers the different branches of the state: Executive, legislative and judiciary.
- Administrative law regulates international trade, manufacturing, pollution, taxation, and the like.
- Criminal law involves state imposed sanctions for individuals or companies in order to achieve justice and social order.
Private law is also known as civil law. It involves relationships between individuals, or private relationships between citizens and companies.http://www.differencebetween.net/miscellaneous/difference-between-public-and-private-law/
Speaking on the issues of hypocrisy and the pitfalls of professing a persona in public that doesn't match conduct in the private.
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