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On This Episode Of The Foundation Host Sot El Will Discuss How The Wealthy Legally Avoid Taxes...
Most Look To W8's and 98Trusts To Attempt to Evade(illegal) Taxes.
Let's Discuss Some How of the ways the Wealthy Legally Avoid Taxes...
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The System Is Set Up To Allow Us To BARELY Get By? Let's Talk About Banks, Trust, The Monetary System and What YOU Can Do About It!
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While COVID-19 continues to impact all fire and emergency service agencies, it presents unique challenges for volunteer fire departments, especially when it comes to staffing, equipment, training, and finances.
In this latest installment, Chief Kevin Cooney, South Windsor (CT) Fire Department, and Deputy Chief Edward Rush, Elmsford (NY) Volunteer Fire Department join us to discuss:
Operational and staffing challenges The impact on budgets and fundraising activities Recruitment and retention Lessons learned and how to apply those moving forward Strategies for economic recovery Visit the IAFC's COVID-19 Resources website for additional podcasts and webinars.
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The United-Independent Compensatory Code/System/Concept (“The Compensatory Code”) is a term that means, when expressed in practice, the sum total of everything that is thought, said, or done by one individual Non-White person, who is a Victim of Racism [Victim of White Supremacy] that is effective in helping to eliminate Racism (White Supremacy), and/or in helping to “make up” for the lack of justice and correctness, in any one or more areas of activity, including Economics, Education, Entertainment, Labor, Law, Politics, Religion, Sex, and/or War/Counter-War.
Topics: What should replacing the system of injustice in all areas of actitivty; The difference between an argument and a conversation; The use of too many words versus direct question and answer; Definition of justice; Is white supremacy a virus; Are people in the system of white supremacy insane; Most effective way to eliminate white supremacy; Is "black community" a community; What is a state; Can anyone in the universe escape the system of white supremacy; Escaping black people; Is the mistreatment of animals tied to white supremacy; Is the promoting of bestiality in the forecast of white supremacy just as was homosexuality; Should you read the book from front to back; Shooting of Mr. Arbrey in Georgia;
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Did You Know... with Robert Green and Black Aviators Historian Guy E. Franklin
Emory Conrad Malick In 2004, Pennsylvania native Mary Groce was going through a box of family papers with her cousin Aileen when she found a sheet of old letterhead for an “Emory C. Malick, Licensee: Pilot No. 105.” Included on the letterhead was a photograph of a handsome young man in a Curtiss pusher-type airplane.
Groce handed the letterhead to her cousin, asking: “Have you ever seen this photo of our great-uncle Emory?” She recalls her cousin’s surprise: “Aileen looked at the paper and replied, ‘Oh my God. He’s black.’
Emory C. Malick, Curtiss Aviation School, 1912 Emory Conrad Malick (1881-1958) was the first licensed African American aviator, earning his International Pilot’s License (Federation Aeronautique Internationale, or F.A.I., license), #105, on March 20, 1912, while attending the Curtiss School of Aviation on North Island, San Diego, California. Mr. Malick was also the first African American pilot to earn his Federal Airline Transport License, #1716, in 1927. But his name is as yet unknown. **********
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Conflicting stories about the seriousness of the COVID-19 pandemic have left many adults anxious, confused and upset. What about the children? Many will take cues from their adult caretakers while many others are left wondering about the current conditions and future. Proms, graduations and other rites of passage have been suspended with no real plan to address the impact on the mental well-being of our nation's young. This week's guest, Warren Y. K. Ng, M.D., M.P.H., President-Elect: American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry will join us for a serious talk about what's happening with the children in our care. Dr. Ng is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Columbia University; Medical Director for Outpatient Behavioral Health at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center (CUIMC); and Director of Clinical Services, Division of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry at CUIMC. Dr. Ng oversees the spectrum of clinical programs in child, adolescent, and adult outpatient behavioral health at NewYork-Presbyterian’s Ambulatory Care Network and all psychiatric services at the Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital of New York. Join us at 2pm!
Even if you are a teacher with superb technological skills, moving from in-classroom to virtual instruction is a challenge. Katherine Poerner, who teaches Pre-AP U.S. History I and AP U.S. History II at Pinelands Regional High School, discusses meeting the challenges of virtual learning with her students with NJSBA’s Ray Pinney.
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