While there has been quite a bit of coverage of Bill’s initial post – Dante’s Divine Comedy Bankster Style, this second post is, in our opinion, more concise, and direct in its calling out of the flaws in the Bush/Obama response to the financial crisis and the reality of what the Dodd Frank Bill did [...]
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This week brought us a great interview between Dylan Ratigan, David DeGraw and Bill Black.Â Happy watching.
Bill Black points out again, as he and Ratigan discuss the movie Inside Job that there are still no investigations, and nothing has been done to recover the stolen monies of the US taxpayers as the mortgage crisis continues and nothing is being done to protect either homeowners in crisis or taxpayers now paying for [...]
It is really quite refreshing to have some real news coverage on the main stream media – we have no idea, really, how or why it is happening, but we welcome it. The ho hum news about Bank ofÂ America and the errors they are finding (they say 4% error rate – we say no [...]
In this latest guest post from Bill Black on Naked Capitalism, we revisit the age old issue of bigotry, and get a lesson in civics from German leadership as B of A continues to play deaf and dumb. Will B of A wake up? There is no time like the present. Bill Black: Band of [...]
William Black: Theoclassical Law and Economics Makes the Law an Ass from naked capitalism by Yves Smith 3 people liked this By William K. Black, Associate Professor of Economics and Law at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and author of The Best Way to Rob a Bank is to Own One One of the great [...]
Why Covering up Fraud Losses Impairs Economic Recovery. Part One. Part One: The Unbearable Lightness of the Accounting Cover Up Bad bankers, bad regulators, and bad politicians love to cover up losses, fraud, and bank failures. The snake oil peddlers pushing for a cover up scream that if losses are recognized capitalism will collapse. Recognizing [...]
Bill Black on Max Keiser Need we say more? Tier Terra Capital is part one of the show; Bill Black is part 2. A super show.