Value With EpicVue In-Cab Satellite TV


Increasing popularity of EpicVue In-cab Satellite TV Systems grows during the COVID pandemic. The company is offering promotional savings for independent truck drivers through 2020

SALT LAKE CITY, Nov. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — EpicVue, providers of premium in-cab satellite TV packaged exclusively for the trucking industry, today announced growing interest among owner-operators seeking to improve their quality of life on the road during the COVID-19 pandemic. The company also announced promotional savings for independent drivers through the end of 2020.

“I’m on the road for two weeks at a time so with EpicVue I can record while I’m sleeping what I want to watch later,” said Brian O’Neil, an owner-operator based in Newton, NC. “I wanted EpicVue for a long time before it was available for owner-operators and now I couldn’t live without it.”

“There’s always downtime when you’re an owner-operator who’s on the road for a few weeks at a time,” said Seth Headley, an owner-operator from Charlotte, NC. “EpicVue makes my truck feel like an apartment on wheels, and it’s terrific to be able to watch the same thing I would at home with my family.”

“When I was an owner-operator I couldn’t wait for EpicVue to become available and once I expanded my operation to three trucks I bought in-cab satellite TV for all of our vehicles without hesitation,” said Scott Miller at SM Miller Enterprises in Dallas, a premier linehaul contracted services provider. “It makes life on the road much easier for our drivers and it’s a great recruiting tool. EpicVue provides a service that is definitely needed.”

EpicVue for owner-operators and drivers is being offered through the end of the year with a $200 promotional savings. The in-cab satellite TV systems are available without requiring a contract, and without activation or cancellation fees. Drivers can purchase or finance hardware and installation costs for stationary or InMotion systems, with or without a DVR. The monthly DIRECTV subscription—with more than 100 channels of programming, including SHOWTIME and the NFL Sunday Ticket— can be paused and reactivated for any reason.

“Drivers are saying there’s no better time to be an owner-operator than now if you know how to play your cards,” said Kyle Hales, vice president of sales for EpicVue. “However, increased isolation due to the pandemic and a lack of entertainment and news options when they’re not working has made it tougher, so we’ve seen growing interest in satellite TV by drivers and an increase in viewing time among owner-operators with EpicVue systems. As demand for owner-operator services rises, we’re offering them a no contract premium in-cab entertainment option at a savings so they can enjoy the comforts of home on the road.”

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About EpicVue 
Salt Lake City-based EpicVue was formed by individuals with years of combined experience in the satellite and television industries. The company offers a TV viewing package specifically designed for commercial fleets. Used as a tool to assist with recruiting, retaining and improving driver quality of life, the EpicVue package brings more than 100 channels of DIRECTV programming, including premium channels such as HBO/Cinemax, SHOWTIME and the NFL Sunday Ticket, into the comfort of a driver’s sleeper for a monthly subscription fee and without any upfront hardware costs. For more information, visit

CablePower: World’s Most Convenient Power Bank


Highlights: 6-in-1 Charging Cable Kit/15W Wireless Charge/18W Type-C & 22.5W USB-A Fast Charge/SIM Card Holder/10000mAH Battery, will launch on INDIEGOGO in Nov!

NEW YORK, Nov. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — CablePower acts as a ultra multi-functional backup charging equipment. Never worry again about not being able to get your mobile devices charged. It will make your business trip, travel and work more efficient, convenient and comfortable since you no longer have to carry lots of charging equipment and charging cables as before.

Main Features: 
1) 6-in-1 Charging Cable Kit & 60W Power Delivery 
CablePower supports PD&QC fast charging of Android&Apple devices as well as USB 2.0 data transmission. It can store 2 Nano SIM cards, 1 TF card and 1 ejector pin, meet various devices’ charging needs

2) 15W Wireless Charge & 10000mAh Lithium Battery 
CablePower has not 1 only has not 1 only SCP 22.5W/QC3.0 18W USB-A quick charge port but also 18W PD Type-C and even a 15W wireless charging pad, can quickly charge 3 devices at once!


1) Charging Cable Kit Features: 

  • 6-in-1 Charge Cable Kit 
  • 18W Apple Fast Charge 
  • Up to 60W Power Transfer 
  • USB 2.0 Data Transfer 
  • On-The-Go (Transfer your phone into a battery pack)

2) Power Bank Features: 

  • 15W Wireless Charge 
  • 18W PD Fast Charge 
  • Up To 22.5W QC 3.0 Fast Charge 
  • 10000mAh Lithium Battery 
  • 9 Charging Protection 
  • 3 Recharge Methods

3) SIM Card + TF Card Holder Features: 

  • 2 Nano SIM Card Slots + 1 SD Card Slot + 1 Pin Ejector

The CablePower will be launched on INDIEGOGO in Nov, people can get up to 55% off discount to pre-order secret perk when it’s launched by subscribing email addresses, click here

Discover how Automation is Driving Productivity on an Upcoming Episode of Advancements


Get a behind-the-scenes look at developments in automation and digital technology.

JUPITER, Fla., Nov. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Advancements with Ted Danson will explore how organizations are working together to foster innovation. This episode is scheduled to broadcast on Saturday, November 21, 2020 at 2:30 pm ET. Check local listings for show times.

From innovations in 3-D printing to smart products and process automation; there’s no doubt about it – technology is reshaping the world as we know it. In this segment, Advancements will explore how innovation and collaboration are key to building a strong and diverse regional technology ecosystem.

Viewers will learn about digital transformation and will see how technology is transforming every industry – from how products are created to how they are manufactured and distributed. The show will also explore automation and its ability to create new job opportunities. 

Journeying to Milwaukee, Wisconsin –an already established tech hub– producers will explore how organizations are working together to drive innovation and transform traditional industries.

“What we’re doing uniquely here in Milwaukee region is collaborating across all sectors and industries in order to achieve and double the amount of tech talent here over the next five years,” said Kathy Henrich, CEO Milwaukee Tech Hub Coalition.

The show will also teach audiences how by collaborating with employers, with educational institutions, and with the start-up community, organizations throughout Milwaukee, and in surrounding areas, are fostering innovation and accelerating talent development.

“We look forward to exploring how established organizations are working together throughout the region to further accelerate and transform traditional industries,” said DJ Metzer, senior producer for DMG Productions and the Advancements series. 

About MKE Tech Hub Coalition: 
The Milwaukee Tech Hub Coalition brings together companies, entrepreneurs, educators, community organizations and other individuals invested in growing tech talent and innovation in the region. With a goal to double the tech workforce in southeastern Wisconsin by 2025, the Coalition works to drive regional growth, foster tech opportunities, and meet employers’ growing need for skilled tech talent.

For more information, visit:

About Advancements and DMG Productions: 
The Advancements series is an information-based educational show targeting recent advances across a number of industries and economies. Featuring state-of-the-art solutions and important issues facing today’s consumers and business professionals, Advancements focuses on cutting-edge developments, and brings this information to the public with the vision to enlighten about how technology and innovation continue to transform our world. 

Backed by experts in various fields, DMG Productions is dedicated to education and advancement, and to consistently producing commercial-free, educational programming on which both viewers and networks depend.

Datalogic launches the HandScanner™, the smallest and lightest wearable scanner available


The new HandScanner™ from Datalogic is the smallest and lightest non-intrusive hands-free scanner that streamlines workers’ daily operations. Using the HandScanner workers are faster, more efficient and improve the quality of their work saving 4 seconds per scan and cut reading errors by up to 33%. The HandScanner is designed to be always up and running delivering up to 15 hours of operation and 10,000 scans; it is fully recharged in only two hours using its 2-slot charging station.

EUGENE, Ore., Nov. 13, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Datalogic, a global leader in automatic data capture and factory automation, is pleased to announce the launch of the new HandScanner™, the smallest and lightest non-intrusive hands-free scanner designed to streamline workers’ daily operations. This wearable device allows workers to use both hands for faster picking of goods or parcels, expanding their productivity dramatically. 

Paired with Datalogic mobile computers, the HandScanner helps streamline processes to eliminate wasted time and steps. Using the HandScanner workers are faster, more efficient and improve the quality of their work saving 4 seconds per scan and cut reading errors by up to 33%. 

The ergonomic design of the HandScanner delivers higher 1D and 2D barcode scanning accuracy, faster scanning tasks, and dramatic error reduction. Workers can easily interact with objects while wearing the HandScanner; it comfortably accommodates to the operators’ natural motions. In addition, users are notified of each successful scan with optical, acoustic, and haptic technology feedback, so they can quickly proceed to the next step.

Compared to ring scanners, the HandScanner is thinner and has the unique advantage of being positioned on the back of the hand. Unlike a ring scanner that is held on the fingers of the worker, the HandScanner is not intrusive, more resistant, and is not exposed to bumps at every movement.

Many environments benefit from the HandScanner. Vertical markets such as Transportation and Logistics, Manufacturing, Retail, and Healthcare will benefit from its flexibility and versatility. With it, workers perform picking, packing, palletizing, receiving, sorting, shipping, store inventory, price checking, assembly, replenishment, finished product verification, pharmaceutical and laboratory warehouse management.

Customers can optimize the HandScanner’s capabilities by choosing the model that best suits their requirements. The HandScanner is available in two versions: Standard Range is designed for close range scanning, between 10 to 80 cm / 3.9 to 31.4 inch, and fits well for Manufacturing, Retail and Healthcare applications. The Mid-range model has a 30 to 150 cm / 11.8 to 59 inch scanning range and is the perfect solution for Transportation & Logistics environments like warehouses, plant floors, docks, and stock yards.

The HandScanner is designed to be always up and running, delivering up to 15 hours of operation and 10,000 scans; it is fully recharged in only two hours using its 2-slot charging station. 

When the device is in use, data transfers automatically to a connected smartphone, mobile or industrial computer, or tablet through Bluetooth Low Energy connectivity. 

The HandScanner is easily paired with Datalogic handheld devices including the Memor™ 10 and Memor 20 and vehicle mount computers like the Rhino™ II, providing workers with a complete and top performing data collection solution.

The Republic Under Assault


For months now, soon-to-be-Former President Donald Trump has called into question the democratic process that lies at the heart of our representative democracy. He has been joined in this scurrilous attack on the nation’s electoral process by fellow Republican lawmakers who seem to be more loyal to him than to the nation.

Our democracy is under assault today, at the hands of the very people elected to protect it. The notion that in any election ballots should not be counted runs counter to the idea that citizens (“the people”) choose who will represent them. That fundamental choice cannot be expressed when legally cast votes are intentionally ignored.

Trump and other GOP leaders are not only undermining the integrity of the electoral process, but also eroding public confidence in our system of laws. It’s shameful, and unworthy of anyone who holds public office. When you lose, be gracious, but get out.

When they began this ill-fated attack, Trump & Company may have believed that the Republican rank-and-file would rise up in righteous indignation, storm the palace and return the king to his throne. And rise up they did– for a while. But the startling inconsistencies, lack of substance, and incessant whining from Don and the Family Trump has caused the entire nation to take another, more critical look at all the President’s (wo)men.

Trump’s lack of vision and lack of leadership led to too many super spreader political events, and tens of millions of people who were not concerned enough about the virus– because of what he said and did– to follow the recommended safety protocols. So now, the damage has been done. The disease is literally speading through the nation like wildfire. True to form, TrumpCo’s only focus is TrumpCo. Mike Pence has moved away from leading the coronavirus task force to crying and whining and ballot counting. While the nation is burning, Trump & Company are busy playing the fiddles of sad songs nearly forgotten while whining their old familiar ‘mail-in voting fraud’ refrain.

According to a recently-released poll, a whopping 80 percent of Americans– almost all Democrats and 60 percent of Republicans– are tired of this fiasco. They say it’s time for Trump to concede the election; time for the nation to move on. There are too many people without jobs; too many people having a hard time feeding their families; too much tensions in the streets and in our homes. And instead of magically disappearing as promised, the coronavirus is spiraling out of control.

It’s time to turn this page on history and let the future be its judge.

Notice of Fictitious Name Registration – Nations Church

fictitious name
fictitious name / doing business as

NOTICE is hereby given pursuant to the provisions of the Fictitious Names Registration Act of Florida (Chapter 50, Florida Statutes) that an application for registration of a fictitious name will be filed in the office of the Florida Department of State, for the conduct of a business under the fictitious name of Nations Church, with its principal office or place of business at 8327 Vintage Dr, Orlando, FL 32835 in Orange County. The names and addresses, including street and number, if any, of all persons who are parties to the registration is/are: Christ For All Nations Church, Inc., 8327 Vintage Drive Orlando FL 32835, who, being (an) owner(s) in the above fictitious name, certif(y)ies that the information contained herein is true and accurate. 

Notice to Creditors – Estate of Ladena Moyer



File No.2020-CP-002590-0


(Summary Administration)


You are hereby notified that an Order of Summary Administration has been entered in the estate of LADENA MOYER, deceased, File Number 2020-CP-002590-0 by the Circuit Court for ORANGE County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is. 425 N. Orange Avenue, Orlando, FL 32801;  that the decedent’s date of death was 09/28/2020; that the total value of the estate is homestead exemption and  that the names and addresses of those to whom it has been assigned by such order are:

Timothy E. Moyer, 10645 NW. 69th Place, Parkland, FL 33076
Kimberley M. Mikrut 1652 B Dodson Rd., Columbia, TN 38401


All creditors of the estate of the decedent and persons having claims or demands against the estate of the decedent other than those for whom provision for full payment was made in the Order of Summary Administration must file their claims with this court WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN FLORIDA STATUTES SECTION 733.702. ALL CLAIMS AND DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER APPLICABLE TIME PERIOD, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT’S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED.

The date of first publication of this Notice is November 13, 2020

Attorney for Person Giving Notice:
Florida Bar No. 342432
5600 Sheridan Street
Hollywood. FL 33021.

Person Giving Notice:
10645 NW 69th Place
Parkland, FL 33076

One in three Black men backed Trump in ‘blue wall’ states


THE LOUISIANA WEEKLY — Most frightening for Democrats, one in three African-American men living in the Midwest also voted for Trump. The NBC poll also noted that there was an unusual relationship between education and how Black men voted this year. About 26 percent of African-American males who had a high school diploma or less supported Trump. But 22 percent of Black men with bachelor’s degrees and 20 percent of Black men with advanced degrees also supported him. (African-American males with some college education broke for Biden at levels comparable to those of Black women.)

By Christopher Tidmore, Contributing Writer, Louisiana Weekly

Donald Trump earned a historically high African-American vote in his bid for reelection of at least 12 percent, according to results of 2020 exit polls by Edison Research – an improvement of four percent over his 2016 totals. The problem was that the president needed more than 20 percent of Blacks nationwide to win thanks to his eroding support in Caucasian suburbs and with other traditionally Republican groups who supported him four years ago.

Nevertheless, a subtle shift in African-American voters in Philadelphia, Detroit or Milwaukee would have denied the Oval Office to Joe Biden. One out of every three Black men living in the Midwest did vote for Trump, according to NBC News. If that Black support had been even slightly higher, Donald Trump would have slept in the White House for the next four years.

African-American voters constitute the main reason that Joe Biden won – especially the Great Lakes states. His 20,000-vote win in Wisconsin, his 150,000-vote victory in Michigan, and his effective tie in Pennsylvania came down to African-American voters turning out in bigger numbers than in 2016, and mostly opting for the Democratic presidential candidate.

In Milwaukee and surrounding Milwaukee County, where the largest share of Black voters in Wisconsin live, Barack Obama won roughly 328,000 votes in 2012. Four years later, Clinton won fewer than 289,000 votes in Milwaukee County. As Tim Alberta of Politico noted, “The challenge for Biden wasn’t necessarily to get all the way back to that Obama 2012 number; rather, at the bare minimum, it was to split the difference between these figures. He did that and then some: With all the votes counted, more than 317,000 people in Milwaukee County voted for the Democratic ticket, and Biden needed every single one of them.”

“It was a similar story in Detroit, a city that’s more than 80 percent Black, and surrounding Wayne County. In 2012, Obama won nearly 596,000 votes in Wayne County. Four years later, Clinton won fewer than 520,000. Once again, the question in Michigan – as in Wisconsin – was whether Biden could push that figure somewhere close to that Obama 2012 number…But Biden has already won 568,000 votes there, far surpassing Clinton’s performance from 2016.”

Continuing the argument, in Flint, Mich., and surrounding Genesee County, Democrats went from winning nearly 129,000 votes in 2012 to some 103,000 votes in 2016. Biden topped 120,000 votes in the county. Trump lost Michigan by just over 150,000 votes.

This trend continued in Philadelphia with the city’s plurality African-American electorate. The vote count continues at the time that The Louisiana Weekly went to press, yet Biden appears poised to exceed Obama 2012 and Clinton 2016 numbers in Philadelphia County well into the 600,000-vote range. His appeals to both Black voters (who came out for Obama) as well as affluent whites (who supported Clinton) seem to have worked. To achieve the presidency, Joe Biden never needed Obama-era levels of turnout and support from Black voters. With this coalition, he just had to exceed Hillary Clinton’s performance in 2016.

Still, there were some warning signs for Democrats on November 3. Some socially conservative African-American voters, particularly Black men, have started to display Republican sympathies. Black voters constituted 11 to 12 percent of the electorate, according to The Associated Press and Edison, respectively. The AP found that 90 percent of Black voters went to Biden and eight percent to Trump, yet Edison Research determined that 87 percent of Black voters voted for Biden and 12 percent for Trump.

Where both surveys agree is that each found Black men were more likely than Black women to support Trump. In the AP’s case, 12 percent of Black male voters backed Trump, compared to six percent of Black women; in Edison’s case, 18 percent of Black male voters cast ballots for Trump, while eight percent of Black women did the same. In fact, a third survey, an NBC News poll of early and Election Day voters, said that Trump’s support was even stronger amongst males than either of the other polls, claiming almost 80 percent of Black men supported Hilary Clinton’s 82 percent in 2016 but significantly down from Barack Obama’s level of support among Black men in 2012 and 2008.

Most frightening for Democrats, one in three African-American men living in the Midwest also voted for Trump. The NBC poll also noted that there was an unusual relationship between education and how Black men voted this year. About 26 percent of African-American males who had a high school diploma or less supported Trump. But 22 percent of Black men with bachelor’s degrees and 20 percent of Black men with advanced degrees also supported him. (African-American males with some college education broke for Biden at levels comparable to those of Black women.)

Therefore, the Caucasian GOP gender gap has entered the African-American electorate, at least to some degree. The polls appear to suggest that Trump’s message of economic improvement did have resonance among some Black voters, along with appeals for educational reform and a generally socially conservative message to some religious voters. As the secular wealthy white electorate decamps for the Democrats, improving support from African Americans along with rising backing from Hispanics could provide a viable winning coalition for the GOP. After all, while Donald Trump lost, the Republicans picked up two legislative chambers, a net six seats in the U.S. House, a majority of governorships, and held the U.S. Senate. The highest and most racially diverse turnout in American history did not translate into a “Blue Wave.”

This article originally published in the November 9, 2020 print edition of The Louisiana Weekly newspaper.

Virginia gynecologist facing 465 years for performing unnecessary hysterectomies in fraud scheme

Dr. Javaid Perwai (Photo courtesy Western Tidewater Regional Jail, Virginia)

A gynecologist in Virginia is facing up to 465-years in prison after being found guilty of performing unnecessary surgeries on his patients.

The Justice Department announced on Monday that a federal jury convicted Dr. Javaid Perwaiz, of Chesapeake, on 52 counts tied to performing medically unnecessary surgeries on his patients, some of which included hysterectomies, since 2010– and maybe earlier.

According to court records, Perwaiz told his patients the surgeries were necessary, and and they replied on his medical advice.

According to court records, Perwaiz then billed private and government insurance companies millions of dollars for the surgeries. He also billed large amounts for procedures he didn’t actually perform.

The Virginia Pilot reported last month that Perwaiz operated on 41.26% of patients over a 10-year period– which, according to Melinda Matzell, an investigator with Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, was unusually high. The average doctor performs surgeries on just 7.63% of patients.

Prosecutors detailed cases from 29 patients in court documents, though hundreds of women have said they underwent unnecessary surgeries performed at the hands of Perwaiz, the Washington Post reported last year.

Perwaiz is set to be sentenced on March 31 and faces up to 465 years in prison.

Read the original article on Insider.

Vote count update: Trump gains a little in Arizona, loses more in Pennsylvania


Here are the latest vote counts in the presidential race as of noon Wednesday.


Biden leads President Trump by 12,813 votes in Arizona. According to reports of ballots counted Tuesday, Biden received another 6,550 votes, while Trump received 8,483. Biden now has 1,655,192 votes. Trump has 1,642,379. About 15,200 regular ballots in Arizona still need to be tallied, nearly all of which are in Arizona’s Maricopa County, the most populous county in the state. Another 28,500 provisional ballots need to be processed, and 3,000 mail-in ballots need signature verification.


Biden added just under 10,000 votes in Pennsylvania since Tuesday, bringing his total to 3,376,367. Trump also added votes– about 8,200– taking his total to 3,328,801. He still trails by roughly 50,000 votes. While there are still hundreds of thousands of ballots left to count, most networks have called the race for Biden.


In Georgia, Biden’s lead over Trump declined slightly from 14,747 at midday Tuesday to 14,112 Wednesday, with an estimated 99% of ballots counted. Biden now has 2,471,906 votes votes, compared to 2,457,794 for Trump. A recount is expected.


In Nevada, Biden’s lead expanded with the tabulation of new ballots. He is 36,726 votes ahead of Trump in the state, a slight increase of 540 since Tuesday. Biden has 671,427 votes, up 1,083 since Tuesday, to 634,701 for Trump, who added 543. Roughly 28,000 Nevada mail-in ballots still need to be tabulated. In addition, there are 60,000 provisional ballots that need to be verified and around 2,000 with problems that need to be “cured” by voters by the end of the day Thursday.


In Michigan, Biden leads the president by 146,123 votes, with 50.6% of the vote compared to Trump’s 47.9%. Vote counting has concluded in the state. The Trump campaign announced on Tuesday evening that it had filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan in an attempt to keep the state from certifying its results until the voting process can be reviewed.


In Wisconsin, Biden leads by 20,539 votes, with 49.6% of the vote, compared to 48.9% for Trump. Canvassing is ongoing in Wisconsin and is expected to conclude on Tuesday, after which the Trump campaign has said that it will initiate a recount effort.