Tag Archives: Securities and Exchange Commission

Daniel Imperato is Running for President in 2020

According to a press release from January, businessman Daniel Imperato is running for president in 2020 as an Independent. In the statement, Imperato attacks the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), which prosecuted him in 2012 for allegedly conning investors out of millions of dollars. A page on AliveAdviser.com, which sells a guide to the US Constitution from the Heritage Foundation as a campaign donation, is listed as the official campaign website.… Read more ...

Sam Sloan is a $1,200 clue on Jeopardy!

On the March 12 edition of the popular daytime game show Jeopardy!, Sam Sloan, a name familiar in third party politics, was mentioned in a $1,200 clue under the category “Defending Themselves in Court.”  Sloan is known for being a former officer of the Manhattan Libertarian Party and perennial candidate for pubic office including Governor of New York and President; however, he is also a taxi driver, publisher, renowned tournament-level Chess player, former board member of the U.S.… Read more ...

Securities and Exchange Commission: Daniel Imperato Conned Investors out of $2.5 Million

Daniel Imperato, who unsuccessfully sought the 2008 Presidential nomination of the Libertarian, Reform, Green and Constitution Parties, and ran as independent for Governor of Florida in 2010, has been accused by the US Government’s Securities and Exchange Commission of bilking gullible investors out of about $2.5 million US:

A West Palm Beach businessman defrauded investors of $2.5

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Libertarians Call For More Finance Industry Freedom

April 30, 2010
WASHINGTON – Libertarian Party Executive Director Wes Benedict issued the following statement today, regarding the financial regulation legislation in Congress:

“The Libertarian Party opposes the legislation currently in Congress. Instead of removing harmful regulations that reduce competition, create winners and losers, and stifle the choices of consumers and financial firms, this legislation merely adds to that heap of regulations.… Read more ...