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.
As a kid, I was always disappointed at Halloween when a simple "trick or treat" was met by a well-meaning neighbor with a Bible tract in lieu of candy. Sure, I was raised in a churchgoing family, but Halloween was for indulging in sugar, not soul-saving, of all things.
A little known historical fact that will collapse even further the reputation of the City of London.
A bipartisan group of legislators from around the country led by Rep. Diana DeGette (D-Colorado) introduced a bill in Congress today that would clarify that Colorado and Washington may fully implement the new marijuana laws approved by voters on November 6.
Starbucks customers may have to raise their weekly coffee allowance if they set their sights on Starbuck’s new specialty brew, the Costa Rica Finca Palmilera, which costs a daunting $7 for a 16-ounce grande cup.
Those pesky debt ceilings are just never high enough. Not $10 trillion, nor $14 trillion or even $18 trillion. The problem with debt ceilings is that, in a nation of runaway, criminally insane debt multiplication, debt ceilings keep getting in the way of what the globalist banksters really want: INFINITE debt!
The European nation of Greece appears to be sliding ever so progressively into the abyss of total collapse, as illustrated by a recent government measure aimed at feeding the growing hordes of hungry, unemployed Greeks across the nation.
I've been pondering this topic for weeks, trying to find the words to communicate the full impact of this realization to which we are all increasingly awakening.
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.
The financial collapse of the Eurozone may be upon us. This Wednesday, September 12, the Federal Constitutional Court of Germany must decide whether it is legal for Germany to participate in the financial bailouts of other nations in the Eurozone.