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Talk about the cozy ties between Wall Street and Washington; July 21, 2008, that morning, then Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson told reporters Fannie Mac and Freddie Mac were healthy. That afternoon, at a meeting at the Manhattan headquarters of a hedge fund, he gave a vastly different version of reality to a dozen or so hedge-fund managers.

Wall Street firms have broken anti-fraud laws they had agreed NEVER TO BREACH in 51 cases, spanning 19 different firms. Could someone please, at the least, charge them with contempt?

Jon Corzine blows up his hedge fund...  40 to 1 leverage bomb goes off.

The Congressional millionaire's club.  What side are they really on?

Note; The strong exploiting the weak is class warfare, when the weak strike back - that’s revolution.

Making the law is one thing to Supreme court judge Clarence Thomas. Following the law, well that's something else....

An insider’s in-depth analysis of the Republican strategy and goals.Mike Lofgren spent 28 years as a Congressional staffer. He served 16 years as a professional staff member on the Republican side of both the House and Senate Budget Committees. Now he tells it like it is, unbelievable!

Goldman Sachs Chief Blankfein Lawyers Up. Probably nothing to worry about.

SEC To Do List: 1 - Ignore Small Investors  2 - Cover up Crime<  3 - Jump Ship to Big Bank

Bloodsucker University....  How a Senator, ex Governor and Goldman Sachs defrauded the US out of $11 billion

Wall Street is still in charge...The more things change the more they stay the same

Chase, Bank of America and UBS busted for rigging municipal bond bids...    A clear case of a criminal enterprise, collusion and fraud. And you though there was criminal enforcement of the rich and connected?

The Supreme Court...  Now providing corporations free instruction on how to lie, cheat and steal- legally.

"Man in the middle"... Hack of the 2004 presidential election results in Ohio?

Our morally and financially Corrupt Politicians.... Breaking the rules with impunity.

" ... my view is that Washington and the regulators are there to serve the banks.": Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee, Rep. Spencer Bachus (R-Ala)

Question for voters; Is what's good enough for Texas good enough for America?

#1 in ozone pollution, #1 in chemical spills, #1 in carbon-dioxide pollution, #1 in Mercury emissions, #1 in clean water violations, 1 in 3 children living in poverty

Can a big bank company disregard the law with total impunity? Revoking their charters may be the only way to rein this repeated abuse in, Where is the Attorney General when you need him?

Rick Perry - "You know I'm going to Washington to make sure that the federal government stays as far away from you as possible - while I ride on Air Force One and that Marine One helicopter and go to Camp David and travel around the world and have a good time"

The Heritage Foundation and American Enterprise Institute are working to get enough Republicans elected to sell America to the highest bidder transforming the government and country into a private enterprise

A special message for those who want to inject their religious beliefs and the bible into the political arena.

The poor with psychopathic tendencies go to prison. The rich with psychopathic tendencies go to business school.

The public is starting to awaken to the fact that "We The People" have become a subservient class. Here is how it happened.

Election rigging via legislation.  Funded in part by David and Charles Koch, the billionaire brothers who bankrolled the Tea Party, 38 states introduced legislation this year designed to impede voters at every step of the electoral process.

Class warfare and our billionaire friendly Congress

A case study in corporate corruption of government- The Bush Dynasty

"Fascism should more appropriately be called Corporatism because it is a merger of state and corporate power."

Benito Mussolini

The benefits of privatization, taking down the second largest employer in the US and the strongest union in the country. Who cares if the cost of mailing a letter goes from 47 cents to $12?

What an American President used to stand for. Caution: For comparison only, don't expect similar results today

Romney's Medici code;  Power to protect money.       

More bank Fraud.... BNY Mellon and State Street rip off pensioner's Forex Accounts

Rick "I have a prayer" Perry enters the presidential race...You would think another Texas governor as president would be about as popular as sunburn on a skin rash

Corporations are hogging the government teat. Corporations are still looking to get billions more, crowding out the consumer.

Follow the money...How Microsoft and other major corporations dodge the taxman

First it was you
Then you and I
It soon became US
Then it became US All

The middle class is almost finished, done for... How the last bubble helped push it over the edge

Scam and scam some more... Fines? we don't care 'bout no stinking' fines!!

Super PAC... The super powers of "free $peech" for corporations, not so much for actual people.

Thomas Jefferson, 1802:
I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around the banks will deprive the people of all property - until their children wake-up homeless.



This simple edict, when applied to politicians and today’s mega-corporations, will clarify and pull into focus the underlying causes of the Occupy Wall Street movement and the general discontent felt by the public at large.

The poll after poll show that the majority of the people in this country are sick and tired of business as usual. The pseudo-morality, of "family values" the candidate’s double talk , the mega-bank’s repeated fiscal failings, regulator's and lobbyist’s self-dealings , these are all  reflections of a corrupt and failing system.

We have been sold a “free market” fairy tale;  while the richest 1% practice in a “fixed market”, ruled by cash, corruption, hypocrisy and greed, and little, if any, regard for social, personal, or fiduciary responsibility.

When you combine the self-serving behavior of the richest 1% with their blatant disregard for the well being of the general population, and more importantly, future generations, it can only lead to one conclusion. 

Too much money and power is in too few hands.

This trend is accelerating

The alternative  to Occupy Wall Street is worse.

THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK; Lobbyists propose $1 million hit job on Occupy Wall Street and any politicians who support it.

George, On Why You Don't Matter Any More

The Top Ten Corporate Tax Dodgers

The intentions of Dick Chaney's secret energy policy are now starting to to become clear, and there is no room for the EPA or the Clean Water Act

Implementing corporate government is a goal that has already been tested in several places around the world. Watch this if you are curious about what the future may hold for America if we don't act.

Here is the true picture of what Obama Inherited

Getting rich on insider info - Legal for Congress, but not for you

"Starve the Beast" – a conscious strategy by conservatives to force cuts in federal spending by bankrupting the country. As conceived by the right-wing intellectual Irving Kristol in 1980, the plan called for Republicans to create a "fiscal problem" by slashing taxes Read more:






Religion in Politics
Running a country according to the bible would be a disaster. Using a 2,000 year old relic as an example of how we should govern is INSANE.

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