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Archive for August, 2010

Going Deep with CreditWritedowns If You Can Do It… You Should.

25 Aug

This is a great piece to help those who are still learning how to deal with all the influx of information and the paucity of ‘relative understanding’ within the process. It is so hard for most of us to know what should we beware: defation or inflation – up or down – reality vs fiction… [...]

 

Suffolk County Supreme Court and Justice Jeffrey Arlen Spinner

25 Aug

This quote from Justice Spinner is a fitting introduction “The homeowners in this action sought legal counsel and found refuge in the New York State Supreme Court.   Justice Spinner’s decision unfolds the process, revealing that the bank delayed modification to collect pre-action late charges, tax and escrow advances, lender legal fees and other foreclosure related [...]

 

Nathan’s Economic Edge: Damon Vrabel Part 2 Global Empire and the International Banking Cartel

23 Aug

Damon Vrabel – Global Empire and the International Banking Cartel (part 2) from Nathan’s Economic Edge by noreply@blogger.com (Nathan A. Martin) 1 person liked this Damon continues with his version of the way the world works – pretty close from my perspective, and of emphasis is that “Both political parties serve the cartel…” Global Empire [...]

 

Nathan’s Economic Edge Brings Damon Vrabel’s Important Education to the Table

23 Aug

Damon Vrabel – Monopoly Money and the International Banking Cartel from Nathan’s Economic Edge by noreply@blogger.com (Nathan A. Martin) 1 person liked this The sooner people understand what it is Damon is saying here – WHO is in control of our money – the sooner we can find real and meaningful progress! Monopoly Money and [...]

 

Denninger Reports: US Appeals Court Refuses to Reconsider Fed’s Request to Keep Documents Secret

23 Aug

Fed Loses (Again), Expected To Appeal from The Market Ticker by Karl Denninger Gee, you mean that really is a government function and the FOIA really does apply? Aug. 23 (Bloomberg) — A U.S. appeals court refused to reconsider a ruling that requires the Federal Reserve Board to disclose documents identifying financial firms that might [...]

 

Get Smart About Banks Sub Text Thomas Jefferson on Private Banks and Power

21 Aug

People keep telling us how ‘awakening’ or ‘scary’ our subtext to the site is. And that it should be… bigger. Well, the style sheet form for this site we chose doesn’t get bigger for subtext… unless we re-create the whole style. So here it is in big and bold for everyone to see, read, think [...]

 
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US Financial Holocaust of the Middle Class – Max Keiser in the German Press

20 Aug

This is serious Max Keiser Content.  We think it should be made mandatory reading for every voting American.  There is no question Max is a pundit and  loves a good time; but he also has a very clear and sharp mind and expresses things that are critical to understanding the current plight of the American [...]

 

Credit Writedowns Ed Harrison on Hiding Bank Losses and a Great Video By Bill Black

16 Aug

Well there is no question about it, we really really like Bill Black. And we are starting to really really like Ed Harrison too. Thanks Ed for this great piece that helps people understand why no one can get the liquidity they need from the banks right now, and why it’s about to get worse, [...]

 

NY Suffolk County Judge Spinner Still Working for thePeople

11 Aug

We first reported on Justice Spinner back in November when he sent IndyMac packing in a foreclosure case where he found the lender had exhibited extremely bad behavior – did he call it “Unconscionable”? This piece from Law.com is a new entry on Justice Spinner and his ongoing work for actual justice for the borrowers [...]

 
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Moral Confusion in High Places, Fascist Regimes & the Fear and Loathing Aimed at Elizabeth Warren

11 Aug

‘Moral confusion in high places’ is the exactly correct way to describe it exactly and Elizabeth Warren becomes the enemy (of the morally corrupt) as her proper role as head of the new Consumer Protection Agency devised in the watered down FinReg Bill becomes less and less likely. Why The Bankers, The Fed, and Their [...]