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We are studs fighting tyranny and this show is about one thing; advancing liberty. Is taxation theft? Is the welfare state a shakedown? Is debt prosperity? Are we addicted to inflations and spending? Do people hate freedom and liberty? Tune in to the bunch of studs fighting tyranny as we will discuss these hot button issues and other issues concerning your liberties!
Main Topic: Happy Income Theft Day! (Taxation is theft)
Side Topics: Activists sign up as "Crisis Actors" & infiltrate Gov't Terrorism drill. 'Gender Fluidity' - what is it & why in the world did they pick 'fluidity?' Athens man arrested at bar for fart smells, no lie. North Korea fails yet again at launching long range missile. Facebook says it would never try to influence elections. Bill Nye the "Science Guy" wants to imprison 'climate deniers.'
All This in 30 Minutes!!
Join us for the return of the At Eye Level Comedians Roundtable. We've assembled a panel of comedians from across the country to discuss the issue of joke theft.
Joke theft is one of those issues that seems to keep popping up every few years. The thing is, it never really goes away, it just gets forgotten until someone famous is caught up in a scandal. The truth of the matter is that comedians at all levels face this issue, almost daily. Nothing is more disheartening, for a comedian, than seeing someone tell on of your jokes, often word for word, told by someone else on stage or, even worse, on TV. All of your hard work and effort is stolen, right out from under you, by someone less talented but better connected.
The issue of joke theft recently popped up, right here in Southern Colorado. It's what inspired this episode. We've assembled a panel of comedians from all across the country to weigh in on this issue. WIll we solve it in 2 hours? Not on your life, but at least we'll get a dialog going. If you'd like to weigh in, whether you're a comedian or just a fan, we'd like to hear from you. Call in and join the conversation.
Spotting identity theft and taking action with Roger Zamparo
The Illinois Professional Licensing Consultants is a group of highly experienced attorneys and investigators who represent and defend licensed professionals. The Illinois Professional Licensing Consultants have a network of connections with attorneys and professionals who manage a variety of legal practice areas including consumer protection. Zamparo Law Group defends consumers from deceptive and unfair business practices, abusive collection tactics, identity theft, and a host of other anti-consumer behaviors.
Topics covered in this podcast interview:
How do identity thieves operate and what do they do with your information?
What are some of the new ways thieves use technology to steal identities?
How much damage can identity theft cause, in addition to credit problems?
What legal remedies are available to credit theft victims and how does it work?
If we learn identity theft happens when it is too late, how can we be safe?
Roger Zamparo Received a B.A. from Ohio University and his J.D. from The John Marshall Law School (where he is currently serves as a member of the Board of Trustees). In his 35-year litigation practice, he has represented individuals and corporations in both state and federal courts. He has concentrated on several areas, including consumer law and legal malpractice. Please contact the Illinois Professional Licensing Consultants at (773) 631-4580 to be connected with Roger Zamparo if you have a consumer protection question or need to consult on your legal matter.
Noted identity theft expert and bestselling author Robert Siciliano joined us to discuss the Identity Theft Epidemic. Christmas Time is notorious for all sorts of scams. With the advent of chipped credit and debit cards, new scams have been created to take advantage of the consumer confusion created by this technology. Beware of banks calling you to discuss your new card. It's an opening to get your private info. Also beware of phony websites for charities and retailers, created just for the purpose of stealing your data. Awareness is the key to keeping you and your data safe this holiday season.
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Have you been a victim of IdentityTheft? Are you concerned about all the reports of personal information being stolen from corporate data bases?
Today's guest, Steve Weisman, a lawyer and member of the Massachusetts Bar and Federal Bar, is one of the country’s leading experts on scams and identity theft. He writes about identity theft for USA Today and has been featured on Nightline, CBS News, ABC, CNBC, among others and quoted in numerous publications including The Associated Press, The Boston Globe, Barron’s, The New York Times, Money Magazine, The Washington Post, and The Wall Street Journal. Steve has authored eight books, including Identity Theft Alert: 10 Rules You Must Follow to Protect Yourself From America’s #1 Crime (2014) and The Truth About Avoiding Scams (2008).
Today, Jim and Steve will discuss what you need to know about identity theft and what you should be doing to minimize your risk of becoming a victim.
Imagine an 18 year old posing as a doctor and he actually makes house calls. Luckily he was just posing as a holistic doctor. He was enterprising, and while he was visiting a "patient's" home and help himself to her credit cards and check book and borrowed over $35,000. A case of impersonation and identity theft. The perpetrator of this crime is now under psychiatric observation as this was not his first offense. Remember, just because someone has a white jacket and calls himself doctor doesn't make it so!
But it's not all about the fast buck with them. Unsurprisingly, the IRS targets groups who run counter to the expansion of government (such as constitutionalists and anarchists), treating them to crippling surprise audits, even though it's admitted that income taxes are optional! So...
- What are the real laws?
- What is the truth?
- What should we do?
James Munton, noted author and authority on Cons, both online and personal, says that you need to be careful about your children's identity. Besides the usual assortment of predators, identity thieves have recently taken to getting children's social security numbers, establishing credit profiles and then ripping off banks and credit grantors. The problem is that you and your children won't find out until it's too late. Often the victim only discovers the identity theft after applying for a student loan or auto financing. And then it's too late! James gives some common sense tips to avoid this outcome.
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6:15 Join our Resident Financial Advisor Tyrone Mitchell as he discusses another timely topic, "When Purple Makes You Red: The Prince Estate: Who Did He Make It Rain For?" Lessons We Can Learn From A Job Undone.
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7:30 Join Kathy B for The Political Corner and she brings the latest highlights with "The Race For The WhiteHouse.
8:15 Join us for The Great Griot with Host K. LaShea as she welcomes back Author and Lecturer William "Teddy" Portwine into the studio to discuss his new book, Theft Of A Nation.
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