Tag Archives: Wall Street

House of Cards – Origins of the Financial Crisis ”Then and Now” – CNBC

“Let’s hope we are all wealthy and retired by the time this house of cards falters.” -Internal email, Wall Street, 12/15/06 Prophetic words that predicted the greatest financial collapse since the Great Depression. The current global economic collapse has its … Continue reading

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Somali Pirates to acquire Illinois Senate Seat

by Rolfe Winkler December, 2008 (Bloomberg)—After a successful hostile takeover of U.S. bank Citigroup, the Somali pirates are on track to secure a seat in the United States Senate. According to Pirate spokesman Ali Hashimi Mohammed, capital secured by Citigroup … Continue reading

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Corporate Crime Reporter – 20 Things You Should Know About Corporate Crime

Riverstone Residential is allowed to criminally expose people to known toxins and continue to do so even with documented reports.  The Louisiana Housing Finance Agency is also aware of this so they are also guilty.  This is documented on this site along with the … Continue reading

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Chamber, AAJ face off over frivolous lawsuit site – Corporate Gangsters want to take away our rights

Corporate Gangsters want to take away our rights.  katy The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has launched a new public awareness campaign aimed to show that frivolous lawsuits are not victimless crimes. A new website called FacesOfLawsuitAbuse.org features videos of workers, business … Continue reading

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U.S. housing crisis also hitting the wealthy

By Nick Carey HINSDALE, Illinois (Reuters) – Less than a year ago, few people in this affluent Chicago suburb expected the subprime U.S. housing crisis would hit close to home. “We thought Hinsdale was virtually immune and we wouldn’t see … Continue reading

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