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"Crime Does Pay": U.S. Appeals Court Throws Out Fraud Charges Against Bank of America

Yesterday the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York demonstrated why prosecuting banks for committing fraud in the lead-up to the Great Recession is such a difficult proposition. 313 more words

Great Recession

Navy sailor indicted in identity theft case pleads not guilty

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — A Navy sailor facing charges of bank fraud and identity theft has pleaded not guilty.

Clayton Pressley III appeared in court Wednesday morning, and also requested a jury trial. 85 more words


America Is Ungovernable. Projecting A Future Is Impossible

The days of Let’s Pretend will come to an end very harshly as soon the Dollar Dies in the very near future.

I have several times said that projecting a future based on recent history is perilous. 2,206 more words

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In The Sanctuary Of Outcasts - by Neil White (2009)

Neil was an ambitious man, with a lovely wife and two small children, living the good life down south. He published a newspaper in his hometown, started several magazines, then bought out another magazine. 416 more words

Biography And Non-fiction

I Accuse Them All. Traitors All.

Emile Zola published J’accuse on January 13, 1898. His government’s response was very much like our modern French and American governments. They arrested and convicted him of libel for telling the truth. 1,351 more words

Jews And Gentiles

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Held Hostage by a Home: The Devastation of Foreclosure

Held Hostage by a Home

By Anonymous

Depending on reader response- this column may become an ongoing Sunday feature on LivingLies. Let us know what you think. 3,934 more words