News Know Anyone Who Got Scammed or Abused by Bank of America? Ring in!
If you think the Bank of America and other banking giants have acted like villains, you are not alone
News Culture of Corruption
Caribbean-based company ICSSI had seen its lucrative contract to X-ray the cargo entering the Dominican Republic languish for years when, in 2011, it began searching for an investor with political pull.
News When The FBI Told Mathew Martoma They Had Evidence He Broke The Law He Passed Out In His Front Yard
A year ago, when the FBI approached former SAC portfolio manager Mathew Martoma, who was charged with insider trading last month, here's how he reacted according to Dealbook's Peter Lattman:
News Private Prison Company Muscles into Law Enforcement, Creating Occupants for Its Prisons
On Halloween morning this year, the 1,776 students at Vista Grande High School in Casa Grande, Arizona, were ordered on lock down, at the start of the first drug sweep in the schools four-year history.
News Insight: As cotton surged, China trader amassed $510 million bet
A landmark U.S. fine for excessive speculation in the benchmark cotton futures market has revealed a startling new dimension to last year's blistering winter price rally: the biggest bull was a Chinese trader with a $510 million punt.
News Eight Badminton Players Kicked Out Of The Olympics For Throwing Matches
http://www.businessinsider.com, Tony Manfred
Eight women's doubles badminton players from China, South Korea, and Indonesia were disqualified today after throwing matches in order to manipulate future match-ups.
News Linguistic Analysis of Rand Paul's Endorsement of Romney Contradicts His Words
Natural News via Daily Paul
"Sen Rand Paul's endorsement for Romney has more deceptive layers than Obama's birth certificate."
News Mayor Brown pleads guilty to felony bank fraud charge, separate misdemeanor
Former D.C. Council chairman Kwame R. Brown pleaded guilty Friday to lying on bank-loan applications and violating a city campaign law, branding a once-promising star in local politics as a convicted felon.
News Ethics Case Against Congresswoman to Resume
New York Times
Ethics investigators at the time accused her of improperly trying to facilitate federal bailout financing and do special favors for a bank, OneUnited, at a time when her husband had stock in the company worth about $200,000.
News Cops Should Act Like Firemen in a Free Society
http://lewrockwell.com, by Mark R. Crovelli
Given that cops and firemen are both concerned to respond to events that cannot be predicted, it is extremely odd that they act so differently from one another.
News FDA scientist sentenced to five years in prison for insider trading on drug approval knowledge
Natural News Jonathan Benson, staff writer
A drug evaluator at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) Center for Drug Evaluation and Research for more than a decade, Cheng Yi Liang, 58, has been sentenced to five years in prison.
News BofA in side deal with government on mortgage foreclosures: WSJ
Bank of America, one of five banks in $25 billion settlement with the government over foreclosure practices, has struck a side deal that will allow it to reduce penalties in return for bigger cuts to borrowers' mortgage balances, the Wall Street Jour
News High-end madam busted for running upper East Side brothel is a suburban mom with four children
New York Daily News
A high-end madam who boasted she used cops as security and made millions by peddling flesh including underage girls to rich and powerful clients (politicians) has been busted after a five-year probe, prosecutors said.
News Goldman CEO Blankfein deposed in insider case
Goldman Sachs Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein was interviewed under oath last week as a witness in the insider-trading case of Rajat Gupta, a former Goldman director and onetime global head of McKinsey & Co, according to court documents filed on Frid
News Economist Sachs seeks job heading World Bank
American economist Jeffrey Sachs threw his name into the ring for the presidency of the World Bank on Friday in an unusual public campaign for the top global development job.
News Geithner Is A Criminal! So How Is It He COULD Face Criminal Charges?
youtube (h/t Lew Rockwell blog)
Judge Napolitano discusses Treasury Sec. Timothy Geitner's soon to be presidential pardon or prison term.
News Reality Check: GOP Scrambles Under Allegations of Rampant Election Fraud In Maine Caucus
Submitted by J-White on Wed, 02/15/2012 - 11:04
The Latest Reality Check about Maine !!
News Another ATF weapons operation comes under scrutiny
Members of Congress want to see whether White Gun, like Fast and Furious, lost track of firearms that ended up with Mexican criminals.
Opinion McElroy's Musings
Our Psychopathic Management By Crisis
01-09-2012 David McElroy
Positions of power draw psychopaths to political theatres' spotlights, preening their deceits to entice you to accept their shackles for bread and circuses. Jesus Christ is libertarian, follow him!
News AT&T gave cash to merger backers
AT&T is lining up support for its acquisition of T-Mobile from a slew of liberal groups with no obvious interest in telecom deals except that theyve received big piles of AT&Ts cash. The NAACP, the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation and th
News Extensive collusion between fcc and left wing advocacy group to control the net
Documents made public yesterday by Judicial Watch describe extensive collusion by Federal Communications Commission officials with a left-wing advocacy group in a campaign to expand government regulation of the Internet
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