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Goldman Sachs 666

Turbo Tim was president of the New York Fed during the five years prior to his appointment as Treasury Secretary. Becker and Morgenson pointed out many of the ways in which "conflict of interest" seems to be one of the cornerstones of that institutio

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MetalMiner

The mine was owned by Chevron until last year when it sold the mine, facilities and name to an investment vehicle called Rare Earth Acquisitions LLC, owned in varying degrees by Goldman Sachs,

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The Market Ticker

Let's cut the crap here with the claims that the "FHA is making sound loans:"The idea the FHA needs a rescue is “just plain wrong,” Stevens said in an Oct. 6 letter to the Wall Street Journal.

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AP

Even during his most frenzied days, when Congress is demanding answers or the president is calling, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner makes time to talk to a select group of powerful Wall Street bankers. They are a small cadre of businessmen who

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National Legal & Policy Center

When former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich was heard on FBI wiretaps selling President Obama’s Senate seat, Obama first called for a special election. When it looked like a Republican might win, Obama acquiesced to Blagojevich’s appointment of lau

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Fireanddreammitchell

Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller, a democrat, told FOX News that not only was ACORN turning in bogus voter registrations but that they were hiring prisoners for their voter registration drives. (according to Big Government): Ross said that

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Crime & Federalism

Sure, that is all very sad...Don't you realize, though, how much money Goldman Sacks and George Soros put into getting Obama elected? You think billionaires invested in a presidential election because they cared about the common man?

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Mtv

Moore also clearly illustrates the revolving door between the executive suites of high finance and the halls of government. (The name of Goldman Sachs, the big investment banking firm, crops up a lot here he pointedly notes that Goldman Sachs was the

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Washington Times

The outcome of a legislative tussle over rum taxes between Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands remains in doubt, but there is already one clear winner - the House's top tax writer, Rep. Charles B. Rangel, a New York Democrat who is pocketing camp

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NY Daily News

Rep. Charlie Rangel ducked reporters’ questions about his ethics troubles and heard a nasty catcall from a passerby during a Manhattan news conference this afternoon.

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Financial Times

Goldman Sachs stands to receive a payment of $1bn – while US taxpayers would lose $2.3bn – if embattled commercial lender CIT files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, people familiar with the matter said.

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Baltimore Sun

Baltimore case shows how the line between law and disorder blurs when cops and crooks exchange information for money

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Wired

Former Darpa director Tony Tether is joining a Washington-area lobbying firm best known for its influence on Capitol Hill. But Tether — who served for more than seven years as the head of the Pentagon’s premiere research arm — says he won’t be doing

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The American Conservative

(She's keeping her word. Thanks Sibel) Sibel Edmonds has a story to tell. She went to work as a Turkish and Farsi translator for the FBI five days after 9/11. Part of her job to translate adn transcribe recordings of conversations between suspect

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