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Tonight, we talk with Pete Kennedy from the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense Fund. How is it that Washington thinks it's a legitimate power in regulating your purchase directly from an in-state farm? Who tells the federal government that they have regulatory power over direct farmer to consumer transactions? Who is looking out for you when it comes to consumer choice in food? Pete works with an organization that is directly involved in fighting the feds on these issues. Join us tonight to find out what you can do to help, what they are doing to help you, and how Missouri people, through their legislatures, hope to stand up to the feds in food choice, healthy eating, and freedom of in-state commerce.
Then, Doug Enyart joins us again to discuss his campaign in MO8.
And, it's Free Speech Saturday. Bring your favorite topic on Missouri Sovereignty to the table and we will all bat it around. Join us at 7PM on this autumnal Saturday by clicking the link above to listen live. Participate by calling the studio line at 347-677-1835. It's the best Saturday night you'll have this week!
Join Tamara as she chats with Tasha Robinson, founder of Imperfect Concepts and ICB Consults to the show to chat about how to start an E-commerce business. Tasha successfully ran an online boutique and currenlty offers consulting services through her company, ICB Consults.
Topics on Sunday's show will include how to get started selling your product or service online, creating a great customer experience, carving out your niche and more!
If you are looking to start and run a successful online business you don't want to miss Sunday's show!
DOMINICAN COMMERCE was created to support future investors and importers both in the Dominican Republic and the rest of the world in the preparation, identification and development of a strategy to take advantage of commerce and investment opportunities presented within.
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First I want to apologize to all my regular listeners for not broadcasting last week. I have no excuse so my apology hopefully will be taken in it's stead.
Now I would like to talk about all the various chambers of commerce. We have the Black, Mexican, Chinese, etc. I find the existence of these various chambers to be devisive and less useful.
We are Americans and we should work together as Americans to address the needs of various cultures so that they feel included in our daily lives not excluded.
Commerce is every culture's business. We need to work together to make this a better world and stop letting other people dictate the terms. In the U.S. we are the United States of America, united we stand divided we fall prey to our enemies. Never forget the men and women who have struggled to keep this country free and not make a mockery of their sacrifice.
Chambers of commerce exist to educate and expand the services provided and make this a better world to live in.
For years, during its period of Communist government, China was a closed off mystery to the world. Since that time, after the Nixon years in America, China has emerged as a world power, known for its ancient medicines and healing arts and now for its global reach in business and commerce. There is a powerful Chinese presence in Africa, Europe, Australia and America. Look at much of the merchandise sold by major retail chains and you see the lables "Made In China." There is a China Town in many U.S. cities, and it is known that Chinese medicine is the stuff that really cures whatever ails you. International business man and Chinese Specialist, Mr. Prizgar shares his insight about this ancient people and culture and gives us a glimpse into the future as China's emergences as a world power. How do we prepare ourselves to benefit from the Chinese connection?
On this week's Riding The Wave, Jack Freidman, Executive Director of The Queens Chamber of Commerce, will join us to discuss the upcoming Fall Festival on Saturday, Oct. 21. The newly formed Rockaway Beach Merchant Association will be throwing the party, which will run from noon to 5 p.m. at Beach 94th Street and Rockaway Beach Boulevard.
We'll also discuss the QCC's support of the Queens Way project, which by it's very nature, directly opposes the efforts for the complete restoration of the Rockaway Beach Rail Line.
1.How do we act in commerce ?
2.What do we do about law suits ?
3.How is the monetary system set up ?
4.How do you survive law ?
5.What measures should you put in place ?
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On April 4 my guest will be Ken Biberaj. Ken, the Chairman of the Board of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, was born in New York City, a first generation American after his parents emigrated from Albania in 1968. He received his Bachelor’s in political science at American University, his Master’s in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School and a JD from New York Law School.
Since 2005, he has served as an executive at his family’s real estate company. The firm is active in Manhattan and the Bronx and also owns and operates the iconic Russian Tea Room. His work in real estate includes investment sales and retail brokerage. On the brokerage side, Ken has carved out a niche advising restaurants and small businesses on their expansion around the City. At the Russian Tea Room, he oversaw the restoration and reopening of the restaurant in 2006 and continues to handle public relations and business development.
As part of his role with The Russian Tea Room, Ken has become an advocate for the hospitality industry. He sits on the Restaurant Committee for NYC & Company and also on the Local Leadership Council of Business Forward. This activism in support of small businesses and the hospitality sector motivated Ken to run for City Council on the Upper West Side in 2013.
His campaign focused on bringing new energy and a fresh perspective to the Council, with a particular commitment to advocate for the small and medium size businesses that make our City so unique. His presence on the political scene was quickly recognized. He was recognized by City & State Magazine as a “40 under 40” upcoming political leader. Moreover, he received endorsements from the Small Business Coalition, the Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association, Governor David Paterson, the League of Conservation Voters and the League of Independent Theaters.
1.What is the best way to handle police stops?
2.What do you do with a ticket?
3.How do you stay out of court?
4.What part does Nationality play in police stops?
5.What part does commerce play in law enforcement?
6.What is Nationality vs law?
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