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Public Private Partnerships 101
Guest: Dr. Herbert W. Titus - Constitutional and Common Law Scholar, Educator and Bible Teacher. Visit http://herbtitus.com/
What is a Public Private Partnership (P3s)?
Why have P3s become so popular for large public works projects?
Do P3s subsidize private corporations with taxpayer money? If yes, How much is the taxpayer on the hook for?
What is the impact of P3s on a "Free Market"?
Is it Constitutional to use public monies for the profit of private interests?
Some say P3s create "off the books accounting". Basically, P3 financing is not reported as a public debt, but the taxpayers are in fact on the hook for the private entity's ownership/partnership. Is this true?
Canada - The Problem with Public-Private Partnerships - Economic crisis exposes the high costs and risks of P3s See more at: https://www.policyalternatives.ca/publications/monitor/problem-public-private-partnerships#sthash.hQFmWxhE.dpuf
U.S.A, - Cintra, Macquarie file bankruptcy on Indiana Toll Road http://www.examiner.com/article/cintra-macquarie-file-bankruptcy-on-indiana-toll-road
Bottom line - Conclusion - Are P3s a positive or negative to Americans? Are we better off with or without them?
Today we examine some case law that gives very clear examples of PUBLIC VS PRIVATE
Evans v. Newton, 382 US 296 - Supreme Court 1966
Too many believers have "skeletons" in their closet and are praying that the doors of their past remain closed and lock. Yes, the same person you see smiling in church on Sunday may be the same person fighting private struggles that are paving a road to a dead-end defeat. It can be challenging for any believer...especially Leaders to admit that he or she is struggling with a private bondage. But there is a way to win private battles. The strategy is simply the power of the Holy Spirit and the Word of God. Join Min. Apryl Young as she ministers on this powerful topic. Grab your Bibles, notepads and ink pens. Journey with us and we continue our series on "There's a Crack in Your Armor"
STEM EDUCATION: PUBLIC/PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS & THE AMGEN FOUNDATION
AMGEN FOUNDATION V.P. Scott Heimlich is joined by educator Winnie Litten. Advanced Honors and Biology Teacher at Oak Park HS in Oak Park ,CA, one of the first teacher to participate in The Amgen BioTech Experience.
Presented by LEGO EDUCATION
How can we help public education better serve at-risk children? Mark Claypool, President and CEO of Education Services of America (ESA), joined Lon on May 5, 2015 to explain how private firms such as ESA have developed the expertise that is needed to professionally serve those children. He explains how ESA is currently helping 14,000 children through public-private partnerships that greatly benefits the children and the school districts they are attending. He says that it is successful enough to show that this is a winning model for the children, their parents and their school districts.
Contact: Mark Claypool 615-361-4000 email@example.com www.esa-education.ocm
Lon Woodbury 208-267-7717 firstname.lastname@example.org www.strugglingteens.com
This is one of a series of short interviews about new developments in the network of private, parent-choice residential schools or programs helping struggling teens and young adults. The guests are innovative leaders in this network. To hear other interviews in this series, click on "Follow" above, The Woodbury Report or www.strugglingteens.com
Model Angela and Houston ReRe go in with weekly gossip, caller feedback, and more! Also call-in to discuss this week's topic at 347-202-0389. Featured Topic: "Relationships: What's Public vs What's Private" Have A Topic You Want The Team To Talk About? Contact Them At: https://www.facebook.com/GlitzAndGlamourRadio
I-4 Mobility Partners OPCO LLC Facts
I-4 Mobility Partners OPCO LLC was established in the State of Delaware.
I-4 Mobility Partners OPCO LLC is considered a "Foreign LLC" authorized to do business in the State of Florida.
Hmmmm. Why would a corporation established/created to build the I-4 Lexus Lanes in Florida be incorporated in the State of Delaware and NOT Florida?
Skanska - Foreign Corporation www.skanska.com "It is expected to total approximately $2.3 billion, with Skanska’s share at 40%. Skanska will also hold 50% of the equity investment." - See more at: http://blog.helblingsearch.com/index.php/2014/06/10/fdot-selects-skanska-led-team-for-2-3b- Media Contact Mary.Humphreys@Skanska.com
John Laing - Foreign Corporation http://www.laing.com/ UK enquiries
I-4 Mobility Partners Jessica Thomas, 0044 297 901 3507 Jessica.Thomas@Laing.com
""FDOT and I-4 Mobility Partners, comprised of Skanska and John Laing, have worked expeditiously towards financial close with lenders including a consortium of six commercial banks and the Federal Highway Administration through the TIFIA credit assistance program. This has allowed FDOT to benefit from the low interest rate environment which has resulted in a $68.7 million (net present value in 2014 dollars) decrease when compared to the I-4 MobilityPartners financial proposal. I-4 Mobility Partners has invested $104 million in the project and commercial banks and TIFIA are lending $486 million and $949 million, respectively to the project."
Dr. J. E. Carthron, host of Better Public Schools for America will be discussing "Working to Change Public Schools", with his special guest and they will speak on the following points:
How to increase the teachers expectation for your child.
How to help your child have their best year ever in school.
We will also be taking call in questions and comments from across the county.
Anita Stewart has her own radio program, "Wise Women" http://www.wisewomenmediaradio.com
"Public Advocate" Host, Sallie O. Elkordy for Mayor, Vaccine Free NYC
Blog with 11/11 Event http://BillionToddlerMarchForSurvival.blogspot.com
Legislation for a Vaccine Free 2015 http://tinyurl.com/VaccineFree2015
"VACCINE FREE to VICTORY!"
THE PATH TO A MORE EFFICIENT PAROCHIAL OR PRIVATE SCHOOL
Follett Learning presents a very interesting show about E-commerce helping private /Parochial schools ?make it easier for parents to buy books while producing economic results for the schools. Bishop O'Dowd School in California is our special guest