Wall Street Execs Allegedly Traded on Insider Info While the World Collapsed in 2008

 Posted by on 2016-09-29 at 01:38  banking, economics, Economy, finance, financial crisis, Politics, Reblog  Comments Off on Wall Street Execs Allegedly Traded on Insider Info While the World Collapsed in 2008
Sep 292016
 


The invaluable International Business Times, under the direction of David Sirota, has been doing god’s work on the circumstances of the economic crisis of 2008, even though most of the rest of the country’s political class—including, sadly, the president—has moved on.

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Wells Fargo Scandal Shows Next Bank Crisis Coming

 Posted by on 2016-09-15 at 11:53  banking, economics, finance, financial crisis, money, Reblog, wells fargo  Comments Off on Wells Fargo Scandal Shows Next Bank Crisis Coming
Sep 152016
 

There’s never just one cockroach. If you see one in the open, you know many more are still hiding. Call the exterminator. This time-honored rule also applies to banks.
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Get out your wallets, America: It might not be long before we’re bailing out “too big to fail” banks again

 Posted by on 2016-07-31 at 23:21  banking, economics, finance, Politics, Reblog  Comments Off on Get out your wallets, America: It might not be long before we’re bailing out “too big to fail” banks again
Jul 312016
 

When you enter the ballot booth this November, keep in mind that you could very well be voting for the captain of sinking ship. You may be voting for the next president who will have to steer us through a financial meltdown, and it’s all because we never truly learned from our mistakes.

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What Happened When the FBI Investigated Foreclosure Fraud in Florida

 Posted by on 2016-05-31 at 12:06  banking, corruption, crime, fbi, finance, financial crisis, fraud, government, housing, mortgage, News, Politics, Reblog, wall street  Comments Off on What Happened When the FBI Investigated Foreclosure Fraud in Florida
May 312016
 

Six years ago, FBI agents in Jacksonville, Florida, wrote a memo to their bosses in Washington, DC, that could have unraveled the largest consumer fraud in American history.

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Another Blow to Holding Banks Accountable for the Financial Crisis

 Posted by on 2016-05-26 at 19:48  banking, corruption, economics, finance, financial crisis, fraud, Politics, Reblog  Comments Off on Another Blow to Holding Banks Accountable for the Financial Crisis
May 262016
 


Back in the late-housing-bubble period, in 2007, Countrywide Home Loans, which was then the largest mortgage provider in the country, rolled out a new lending program. The bank called it the “high-speed swim lane,” or H.S.S.L., or, even more to the point, “hustle.

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The legal technicality that let BofA skate on an alleged billion-dollar mortgage fraud

 Posted by on 2016-05-25 at 00:39  banking, economics, finance, fraud, law, new, Politics, Reblog  Comments Off on The legal technicality that let BofA skate on an alleged billion-dollar mortgage fraud
May 252016
 


If I’m ever dragged into court for a financial fraud, I want to throw myself on the mercy of Judge Richard C. Wesley. Wesley is the U.S. appeals court judge in New York who, with his colleagues Reena Raggi and Christopher F.

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The Illuminati Were Amateurs — The Facts Show These Five Families Rule the World

 Posted by on 2016-05-24 at 01:11  banking, bush, conspiracy, finance, fnord, history, illuminati, Politics, Reblog, rockefeller, rothschild  Comments Off on The Illuminati Were Amateurs — The Facts Show These Five Families Rule the World
May 242016
 

As you begin to understand world governments don’t have your best interests in mind — that enemies of the State could more aptly be called enemies of the globe’s corporate and banking elite — power comes sharply into focus.

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