Former managing director of Goldman Sachs – and head of the international analytics group at Bear Stearns in London
Financial prosecutions reached a 20-year low in 2011, as regulators and the Justice Dept. chose instead to settle claims with large banks over mortgage and foreclosure fraud and other scandals.
Last week the mainstream media hailed QE3 as the “quick fix” that the U.S. economy desperately needs, but the truth is that the policies that the Federal Reserve is pursuing are going to be absolutely devastating for our senior citizens.
In a shocking admission that shows just how serious the ongoing "Eurozone" crisis truly is, a Finnish official has come forward with information about how his country, which is among the strongest in the European Union (EU), plans to deal with a potential break-up of the euro.
Ellen Brown is a civil litigation attorney who has written 11 books on health and the politics of health, including the Web of Debt: