Tag Archives : TARP


WSJ Book Review: ‘Stress Test’ by Timothy F. Geithner

  Source: http://www.againstcronycapitalism.org By Nick Sorrentino WSJ Book Review: ‘Stress Test’ by Timothy F. Geithner     According to this review Mr. Geithner thinks quite a lot of himself. He takes credit (credit?) for the lion’s share of the TARP bailout, which he sees as a success and not as many have come to see […]

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“The real dysfunction is a federal budget that doubled in 10 years”

  Source: http://www.againstcronycapitalism.org By Editor “The real dysfunction is a federal budget that doubled in 10 years”   It’s not that the GOP and the Dems can’t get together on anything that is the problem. It’s that they get together on too much.   (From Cato.org)   Annual federal spending rose by a trillion dollars […]


Why Obama Allowed Bailouts Without Indictments by Janet Tavakoli

  Source: http://libertyblitzkrieg.com By Michael Krieger Why Obama Allowed Bailouts Without Indictments by Janet Tavakoli   The government’s bailout plan destroyed capitalism. In a capitalist system, those who stood to gain–and already made off with large gains—would have to bear the risk. The bailouts represented a corruption of capitalism. Crony capitalism violates the spirit of […]


Goldman Sachs alone was reported to have received $1.6 billion in tax free financing of its new building.

Fiscal Cliff: Middle Class Free Fall, Corporations’ Golden Parachute

Source: http://newsjunkiepost.com By Andrea Egizi Posted Jan 4, 2013 It seems like everyone who is paying attention to the fiscal cliff debate has an opinion one way or another about the benefits and disadvantages of the Tuesday night passage of the Senate Bill. The compromise that was agreed upon can be described as a barrel […]


Bank of America returns to the scene of the crime

Source: http://www.southernstudies.org By Phil Mattera, Dirt Diggers Digest Home buyers beware: Bank of America is returning to the home loan market. According to the Wall Street Journal, BofA is “girding for a new run at the U.S. mortgage business.” It apparently wants to reclaim a share of the fat profits that rivals such as Wells […]


Ron Paul Delegates Speak OUT! RE: RNC/GOP Corruption 2012 2

Published on Sep 2, 2012 by messengersforliberty While we were in Tampa, Florida on August 26, 2012 we ran across several Ron Paul delegates who offered to share their experience with the GOP corruption that has been ongoing this year.  


Gerald Celente on Eurozone Reckoning Day and how Goldman escapes charges! 1

By CapitalAccount   Welcome to Capital Account. After its yearlong investigation, the Justice Department said that it will not bring charges against Goldman Sachs or any of its employees for financial fraud related to the mortgage crisis. Is this justice or, as Gerald Celente often says, is this “just us” big bankers getting away with […]


Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse: Fossil Fuel, Nuclear Fission, Central Banking, War

Source: http://www.activistpost.com By Rand Clifford Sense those hooves pounding around the world? Little surprise that these four bedfellows have in their reins the fate of humanity, even life on Earth. Profit and conquest are all that matter; there is no such thing as enough, only, more. King Coal’s aerosols leave hardly a place on Earth […]


Still Voting Romney or Obama? Not After This Video! RONY 2012!

Source: http://jana-murray.com By Jana My gift to the Dare County Republicans, North Carolina. Hopefully the simplicity of this blog post my reach your apathetic and dangerous view point of the world in which you have played your role flawlessly. Watch if you “DARE” to WAKE UP! You’ve heard about Kony 2012…Well This is a REAL […]


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Romney Obama the Same?

Published on Apr 23, 2012 by channel4truth2012 Comparing side by side the words and political stances of Republican and Democratic presidential candidates Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama. Includes topics like universal health care, gun rights, energy, NDAA, the Patriot Act, Iran, sanctions, economic stimulus. bank and auto bailouts, civil rights, TARP, the Federal Reserve, […]