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The Big Short Stands Tall on Explanations, but Gives No Solution

The Big Short poster

Recognizing that it’s only January, I can already say with some degree of confidence that The Big Short is the best movie that’s going to be released this year. As a movie, it succeeds on every level. The acting, directing,

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Establishment Hack John Kasich Attacks Ted Cruz with Straw Man; is Promptly Destroyed


For the first time this cycle, Republicans had a substantive debate. The Fox Business debate was chocked full of hard hitting but fair questions, and the candidates were able to show their policy chops–or lack thereof There were numerous moments

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Feds Instructing Banks to Call Cops on Customers Who Withdraw More Than $5,000?

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These days, we’re taught to “say something” if we “see something.” Everything can be considered “suspicious activity.” For people in a more official capacity, there’s incentive to over-report. If something happens, and it turns out that an official could have

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Obama Turns Banks against Gun Businesses

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Obama Administration Tries To Intimidate Banks Into Breaking Ties With Gun Manufacturers & Distributors “I don’t think ethical people deal with intimidation as a method to achieve success.” – Dominique Moceanu When a child wants a cookie before dinner, but

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Why is the Middle Class Evaporating?

Middle Class

If you listen to leftists and big-government stooges, the middle class is evaporating because of low minimum wage, greedy corporations, and tax-breaks for the rich. Which would indicate that, in order to grow the middle class, the civil government needs

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Federal Reserve Blames Stagnant Economy on Money “Hoarding”

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Inflation is not as high as it “should” be. In spite of the fact that the Federal Reserve has pumped $4.5 trillion dollars of non-existent money into the economy and has held its interest rates at zero percent for six

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"Have a Blessed Day" Gets US Bank Teller Fired

have a blessed day

How would you react if someone at a bank or store told you to ‘have a blessed day’ instead of saying ‘have a nice day?’ In 2009, someone told Polly Neace to ‘have a blessed day’ and she said it

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Government Bank Regulators Make More than Twice as Much as Bankers

Bank regulators . . . the Real Fat Cats

Another big surprise: recent statistics indicate that bankers make less than half as much annually as the government officials employed to keep those same bankers accountable. Sure, you hear all the time about “bankers’ hours” and “bankers’ pay.” It’s an

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GM is Alive; At Least Twelve GM Owners Are Not

Original 5 tower GM complex, John Portman, 1977

For me, the most frustrating part of the massive bailout for the failing big businesses of America (like GM and the big banking interests) is not how much money the taxpayers had to shell out (though that was rather frustrating).

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Obama Refuses to Extradite Brothers Who Raised Thousands in Campaign Donations


In the 1990s, Roberto Isaias served as the President of Filanbanco in Quito, Ecuador.  His brother William was the Vice President of the bank which was at the center of the financial collapse that rocked the South American country.  Filanbanco

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States with Highest Income Inequality Voted for Obama


Curious fact: in 2012, four years after Obama took office the first time, the states that had the absolute highest rates of income inequality voted for Obama (again). Now, before you commit a fallacy of causation, let me remind you

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Bank Manager Fired For Carrying Concealed Handgun To Work

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She’s also a mother of three. She understands the value in carrying a concealed handgun for protection. And since banks are obvious targets for robbers, it seems like a common sense thing to do. But as we know from many

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