Lyndon LaRouche yesterday ripped into the recent Federal Bankruptcy Court ruling, upholing Detroit’s petition for bankruptcy protection in violation of the Michigan State Constitution’s guarantee of all state and municipal pensions. 339 more words
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This might seem like an unusual time to launch a blog about risk. Despite the occasional market wobble, it appears that investors are finally reaping the rewards of all the painful economic changes they have endured since the end of the financial crisis. 381 more words
Former Goldman Sachs Group trader Matthew Taylor was sentenced to serve nine months in prison and pay $118 million in restitution to his former employer after he pleaded guilty to pursuing an unauthorized $8.3 billion futures trade in 2007. 311 more words
Here is a list of banned additives for foods used in the US but banned in many other countries, but our country just keeps killing us and letting big company’s just keep growing bigger. When will they care!!
We put paid to all the self-righteousness, the insufferable sanctimoniousness: the lights, the cameras, the props, the teleprompter and the rhetoric…
And we do so even as the Wall Streeters remain comfortably ensconced also on the inside, to be later rewarded for ‘doing God’s work’ as the revolving door of the exceptionals revolves – as, for example, the former Assistant Attorney General in the US Department of Justice and star in that Frontline documentary, The Untouchables. 630 more words