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Fairholme Turns on the Big Spot Light. Can You See the Big Picture?

I need not say much more since Fairholme painted an excellent picture of the truth.

Dear Shareholder,

Fairholme’s effort to cast light on the government’s unlawful actions in imposing the 2012 “Net Worth Sweep” is accelerating. 674 more words

Freddie Mac

Looking Ahead To The Next Battle Front: Conservatorship and PSPA void ab initio.

This is not meant to suggest that the Conservatorship and PSPA will be void ab initio anytime soon but rather pointing out the existing possibility as evidence comes to light. 846 more words

Freddie Mac

DOJ: Stop the Delay and De-Designate Protected Information

First, our sincere condolences to the family of Mr. Melvin Bareiss. For those who don’t know Mr. Melvin Bareiss, he was one of the plaintiffs in Joseph Cacciapalle vs the United State. 1,628 more words

Freddie Mac

Wake up people! Get the truth out! GSEs need their Independence's Day.

Discovery evidence is crystal clear. Evidence will show Paulson, Bernanke, Lockhart, Ugoletti and many others “conspired” to takeover and use the GSEs to “Bailout” the TBTF banks while publicly stating that the GSEs needed a bailout and also declared they need to be winded down to avoid future crisis. 701 more words

Freddie Mac

Independence Day is near. It’s time for a full Media Blitz to expose the Truth.

Independence Day is near but the Really Big Firework could happen in August or September.  If Judge Sweeney “GRANTS” all of the Motions to Remove the Protected Information Designation, I hope we see a full Media Blitz from all angles! 933 more words

Freddie Mac

AIG Opinion and Order: What does this mean to the GSEs?

Last night’s NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Cavaliers was so exciting.  James and Curry battled it out and Steph Curry and the Warriors came on top leading by a 3 to 2 wins so far. 532 more words

Freddie Mac

Leading the Way

One of my top priorities for staying involved in health care advocacy is to promote a better future for my students.

As a medical educator, I often ponder the uncomfortable paradox of training medical students to become “ideal” physicians, only to send them out into a far less than ideal health care system upon graduation. 733 more words

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