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UPTICK IN REPORTED U.S. COVID-19 CASES!

(BREAKING NEWS, OP-ED) — 2:50 p.m. EDT, March 27, 2020

3.3 Million new unemployment claims have been filed across America as the loss of jobs on a grand scale has forced Americans to go on assistance, despite the $2-trillion stimulus (pork) package.

The United States has now surpassed China in the number of reported coronavirus cases. The death toll in the U.S. is now over 1,000 people. 

New York has now become the epicenter of the coronavirus as the spread is accelerating. 

The Empire State is reporting (a new revised figure at the time of this post) 23,112 cases in New York City alone, accounting for 365 deaths there. The State of New York’s reported cases is greater than the sum of all 49 states’ reported cases! 

Worldwide, the number of coronavirus cases has exceeded a half million people. 

Tomorrow evening (March 27th), City Spotlight – Special Edition’s Dave Krieger (along with co-host R. J. Malloy) will be updating you on the latest statistics of what has happened in America and how communities are reacting.   The program airs shortly after 6:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time on WKDW-FM, North Port, Florida. Tune in for more information … as well as our “take” on things. 

FLORIDA CASE REPORT

As of the time of this update, the number of Florida cases rose to 2,900, with 34 deaths and 456 people hospitalized.  Statistically, this represents about .012% of those infected; however, it does not tell us how many people are infected and don’t know it yet, which is why states are putting their citizens on lockdown and only allowing essential services to operate. Florida is not one of them yet.  Rather than implement a statewide lockdown, Governor Ron DeSantis is allowing the counties to decide whether the pandemic in their own region is worthy of containment to the point of telling residents to stay home. 

Meanwhile, those business in Florida who are in need of assistance due to business losses can contact R. J. Malloy at WKDW-FM Radio (an agent for the SBA for the small business loans) at (941) 564-8739 and he can help you apply for low-cost emergency funds.   Since all 67 counties have been declared a disaster area, emergency assistance from the SBA can now be applied for. 

FLORIDA’S GOVERNOR HAS ISSUED AN EXECUTIVE ORDER: DO NOT COME TO FLORIDA! 

Excessive travel is not recommended, especially people planning on coming to Florida.  The Governor has issued an Executive Order for residents outside of the State of Florida NOT TO ENTER the State at all, especially from areas like New York, Connecticut and New Jersey, where the virus has been tabulated in record numbers. The Executive Order appears to have been issued due to residents fleeing the New York Tri-State area (NY, NJ, CT). The Order requires incoming “escapees” to undergo mandatory 14-day isolation and has made it a misdemeanor crime punishable by 60 days in jail and a $500 fine if not adhered to, with the costs of the isolation paid for by the airline passenger trying to “escape”. The Order says nothing about those from that area sneaking in by way of a vehicle. 

Many counties in the State have taken up the idea and several have implemented restrictive curfews and lockdowns.  South Florida (Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade Counties) and Hillsborough County (Tampa) are the current “hot spots” in the State for the coronavirus.

I’m going to be belabor my previous points again here because most of you have already read much of what was contained on previous posts.  

UPDATED NEWS ON THE C&E —  There appears to be a glimmer of hope on the horizon: 

  1. An attorney threatened a servicer with a C&E action in Florida.  The servicer immediately lowered the sale price of a probate (reverse mortgage) property by $20,000 rather than risk a trial.
  2. Another attorney in Lee County, Florida pushed for discovery in another C&E action.  The law firm for the servicer called, wanting to settle the matter before trial. 
  3. Another investor filed two (2) criminal complaints on 2 separate properties in Las Vegas, Nevada with the Metro Police Department.  The Police Department forwarded both complaints to the Clark County District Attorney and the Nevada Attorney General’s office for further criminal investigation.  When the opposing side’s lawyer found out about the criminal complaints, she told the investor’s attorney, “We are taking these criminal complaints very seriously.”  Duh?  

These are just 3 examples of how powerful a C&E is!  You can get the entire DVD/book training kit online at CloudedTitles.com/Shop

I mean seriously … what are you doing for the next two weeks confined at home?  Why not get an education?  Knowledge is power! 

And for those of you in despair, there is some lightheartedness out there: Coronavirus Rhapsody

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ON FRIDAY … THE FEDERAL COURTS WILL VIRTUALLY COME TO A GRINDING HALT!

(BREAKING NEWS, OP-ED) — The commentary expressed here is the opinion of the authors and should not constitute any type of legal or financial advice.

JANUARY 23, 2019 (D.C. and elsewhere) — On Friday, January 25th, for the first time in American history, the federal court system in the United States will run out of money to pay for most of the fundamental services that you’ve come to know and depend on.  More staff and court clerks will be furloughed, reducing the speed with which the federal courts deal with ongoing cases.

If you’re looking for the federal system of things to slow down your foreclosure case or pending litigation, this presents you with a great opportunity, as things grind to a snail’s pace.  If you’re looking for resolution, what’s happening with the lack of funding will impede your forward progress.  Time-sensitive issues, such as statute of limitations, may be affected by the government’s inability to respond.

R.J. Malloy and I will discuss the repercussions of the federal shutdown and what it means for the courts and the economy on our upcoming broadcast on City Spotlight – Special Edition, on WKDW-FM, 97.5 in North Port, Florida!  The program airs at 6:00 p.m. Friday night, Eastern time.  When you click the foregoing link and get to the home page, click LISTEN NOW and wait for the program to load.  It will stream the station live.  Then, wait for the program to start.  There is more to all of this than you can imagine!  R.J. Malloy was a former law clerk to a U.S. District Court judge (for 9 years), so he understands how the system operates and what it means for appropriations to go by the wayside.

I posit here that our government, at this juncture, consists of the worst bunch of congressional misfits, blowhards and stubborn fools this country has ever seen or experienced, yet alone elected.  One would think that the responsibility of being an elected leader would warrant taking a stand and getting the job done.  After all, isn’t that what you elected them to their congressional position for?   To get a job done?   It doesn’t appear that anyone’s doing anything now, does it?  And Americans are suffering for it.

We have not yet seen the effects of the TSA employees quitting en masse and taking jobs in the private sector.  While many despise the TSA and what it stands for, it also pulls the perception of security away from the airports and makes them more vulnerable to terrorists who would take advantage of the slowdown.  All of this because President Trump wants to spend a meager amount of money to build a wall to restrict illegal aliens from coming into this country and sponging off of our good nature (not to mention all of the benefits they get).

I don’t care what side of the political fence you are on.  That is not what is important here.  What is important is to recognize that the people you elected to the DC bunch are getting nothing done … getting nothing done over political issues gives our enemies an opportunity to hurt us.  It also gives corporatism an edge in DC, as lobbyists spend more money buying votes than Congress spends running itself.  When our government stagnates, it demonstrates how dysfunctional and vulnerable we are as a collective body politic.

The nasty side of this equation (and I don’t support either one) is that if you’re a Democrat, you want the CEO out of the White House.  He’s not a politician.  He’s a businessman and he’s trying to run the country with the framework that’s been set in place, albeit attempting to “drain the swamp” by exposing the very things that Democrats espouse … all socialist in nature.  If you’re a Republican, you’re pro-business.  You like having a CEO in the White House and you go about things a very different way because you’re used to seeing the government run as a business and not as a means to entitlements.  However, as a Republican, you support corporatism and lately, it’s been bad for America because the elitists then run the country (oligarchy).  When the government stagnates, fair markets are impeded. The balance of the economy and the gross domestic product then becomes affected.   Our two-party system has significantly failed us and we let it happen.

This government wastes more than the $5-billion dollars that President Trump wants to have appropriated to build a wall on our southern border.  If border residents are finding prayer rugs left laying about, then you have to ask yourself WHO left them there and why?   If terrorists are flooding into this country in droves, then it’s just a matter of time before they infiltrate secure areas of our infrastructure (like our power grid) and disable it without warning … all the while politicians bicker and fight over putting up a wall to bring us security … or at least the perception of security.

It’s just like the front door to your house.  You can make it as impenetrable as you want.  But … if someone wants in, they’re going to find a way to get in.  If you let them enter your residence, then you let them take your control away.  When your personal space is invaded, and you have no more control, then where is your freedom and your security?

If you’ve ever been the victim of a home invasion, you can certainly understand where I’m coming from.  This is what I’ve always said about the haves and the have-nots.  The have-nots depend on food stamps.  If the government does not get its act together soon, the infrastructure will start feeling even more desperation as the money for food stamps will run out in March because the benefits, which run in advance of their actual payment dates (January food stamps work off of March’s appropriations), then when March gets here and the appropriations aren’t there to pay for food stamps … people go hungry.  What you do you think will happen when people go hungry?  They become angry.  They do foolish things, like rob and steal from others.  In Kansas City, a man shot another man to death on a street corner … all over a cheeseburger.  Is this what is to become of our way of life?   And politicians want to take away our right to own a firearm in order to defend ourselves from people who would rape, steal and murder us?   You need to realize who the enemy is here.

Tune into the broadcast for the full scoop on where we stand.  Be informed.

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SECOND FDCPA WEBINAR FEATURES LAWSUIT AGAINST OCWEN, TONIGHT!

Remember the five “W’s”?

WHO: Clouded Titles author Dave Krieger, along with special guest retired attorney and former federal law clerk R. J. Malloy!

WHAT: We’re going through drafting content in the framing of an FDCPA lawsuit, and Ocwen is the target!

WHEN:  Thursday, June 22, 2017, 8:00 p.m. (EDT)

WHERE: CloudedTitles.com (go to the webinar link and sign up)

WHY: Because Ocwen appears to have lied to everyone about its servicing practices. Twenty states and the District of Columbia have banned Ocwen from taking on new loan servicing accounts until they can prove they’ve cleaned up their shoddy bookkeeping practices.

 

HOW TO SIGN UP: Go to the Clouded Titles website and click on the webinar link and go to the shopping cart and check out.  You will be sent a code in your email inbox that links you directly to the webinar, which will be recorded and archived for later use.

Don’t miss it!

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