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Welcome Goldman Sachs to the White House

You really have to question what Trump was thinking when he commented that he supports punishing women for having illegal abortions. Of course, he has now come out [...]

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Is Goldman Sachs Rigging U.S. Treasury Auctions?

Goldman Sachs is at the center of a probe into the rigging of U.S. Treasury Auctions, which was the same allegation that resulted in the Treasury shutting down [...]

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The Two Faces of Hillary

QUESTION: Marty, do you think Hillary will just wipe us out when social security goes bust next year? ANSWER: Absolutely. I cannot think of anyone I regard as more [...]

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Hillary & Goldman Sachs: A 20+ Year Relationship

Hillary refuses to explain, no less release, transcripts of her “speeches” for Goldman Sachs. What they paid Hillary for just three speeches is more [...]

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Clinton Speaking Fees Since 2001 Total $125 Million

Hillary will not release transcripts of her speeches at Goldman Sachs for which she was paid $675,000. The New York Times has reported that she has racked up $30 [...]

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Hillary Says She is No Different From Obama Who Also Took Money From Bankers

Hillary Clinton continues to struggle against Bernie Sanders who has rightly pointed to her ties to Wall Street. They should put it out there straight: [...]

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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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Trump vs. Cruz & Goldman Sachs

They are now playing “Born in the USA” at Trump rallies to distinguish him from Cruz who was born in Canada. The real issue that Cruz will not address [...]

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What Would Goldman Sachs Do If It Lost Both Parties?

According to a New Hampshire poll released by Monmouth University Poll Institute on Tuesday, Bernie Sanders has 53% support compared to Clinton’s 39%, and [...]

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Australia’s New PM: Ex-CEO of Goldman Sachs

Australia’s new Prime Minister Malcolm Bligh Turnbull was managing director of Goldman Sachs Australia (1997–2001) and a partner with Goldman Sachs and [...]

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