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Goldman Sachs Fined $5 Billion but is Still Above the Law

Goldman Sachs is finally paying a price (money) for the role it played in the 2007 mortgage scandal, but of course, nobody is going to jail, which proves that [...]

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Summers & Why Economics Refuses to Forecast

  QUESTION: Marty, Regarding the brief clip of Larry Summer’s opining on why economic declines are hard to predict, I was struck by the 2nd part of his [...]

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Why the Politicians are Laughing – Hillary’s Unapologetic Corruption

According to the Wall Street Journal, total donations by UBS to the Clinton Foundation grew from less than $60,000 at the end of 2008 to approximately $600,000 by [...]

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Contempt Violates Every Principle of Liberty – It Should Abolished

Kevin Barrett of Bailey Glasser LLP, a lawyer who argued to jail real estate developer Tim Blixseth in federal bankruptcy court, is now asking to extend the [...]

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VELOCITY of Money Below Great Depression Levels

The New York banks have been my adversary, to say the least. Alan Cohen, the court receiver put in charge of running Princeton Economics, was simultaneously on the [...]

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Four Banks Plead Criminally Guilty to Currency Manipulation

Back in 1999, I stood up in court and objected Alan Cohen’s demands for my lawyers to turn over tapes of conversations I recorded to protect me as a journalist [...]

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Hillary Clinton’s Lucrative Life of Crime

It is very interesting how outside of the U.S. people see Hillary for who she really is What is really interesting is that outside the USA, everyone sees Hillary [...]

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New York Justice System Exposed

Last night in Munich, lawyers in the audience debated when and if the collapse in the U.S. Justice System could happen in Germany. What the film is exposing is very [...]

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Flash Crash Prosecution

The latest pretend prosecution for the 5-year-old Flash Crash of 2010 illustrates just how corrupt New York really is. They ONLY criminally prosecute people who [...]

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