Podcast: On the Objective – Will Reopening Bring Economic Boom Or Bust? – Steven Menking – 05.26.2020

05.26.2020 OtO

Steven returns for another economic update to cover the important scenarios that are unfolding all around us. The economic data is beginning to turn around, and despite the significant damage it may be possible for positive sentiment to return. Wherever we look gas is being thrown on the fire, and the narrative will continue to escalate as we move through this period. Let’s all make sure our assumptions are in order so that we can be as effective as possible in mobilizing people with the tools necessary to have an impact in the fight between freedom and tyranny. Be safe, be sane, and be steady!

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Podcast: SER 193 – Dr. Rich Petras and Dick & Debbie Blowers – LifeVantage

2019.07.30 SER

In this conversation, my friend Dr. Rich Petras joins me again to discuss health issues and what we can do about them. We welcome Dick and Debbie Blowers to the show. Their testimony is inspiring.

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SER 190 – Dr. Rich Petras And Fred Hether – Take Control Of Your Health

2019.06.18 SER

Big Pharma is one of the most powerful industries in the world. The global revenue for pharmaceuticals was over $1 trillion in 2014. But nowhere else in the world do the drug and medical device industries have as much power and make as much money as in the U.S.

Six of the top 10 pharmaceutical companies for 2017 have their headquarters in the U.S. These include Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Merck, Gilead, Amgen and AbbVie.

But only 28 percent of Americans have a good opinion of Big Pharma. In fact, Big Pharma is the second most hated industry in America. It’s right behind the tobacco industry and the oil, gas and chemical industry.

Big Pharma is also the biggest defrauder of the Federal Government under the False Claims Act, according to consumer watchdog group Public Citizen.

The industry has a history of fraud, bribery, lawsuits and scandals. Despite criminal charges and fines, Big Pharma companies continue to do business.

By 2021, Big Pharma profits for prescription drugs are expected to reach $610 billion. Medical devices are also lucrative.

The U.S. makes about $148 billion, according to the U.S. Department of Commerce.

That’s about half of the world’s share of the market. Americans spent an all-time high of $457 billion on prescription drugs in 2015.

And drug prices continue to rise. Consulting firm Segal Consulting expects drug prices to rise 11.6 percent in 2017. This estimate is for Americans under the age of 65.

In contrast, wages are only expected to rise 2.5 percent. This means many Americans won’t be able to afford their medications. Information about the pharmaceutical industry found here.

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