San Francisco Chronicle School bonds are a Wall Street scam San Francisco Chronicle Our children and grandchildren are the unwitting hostages of massive future debt from an exotic bond scheme promoted by Wall Street as a way to build schools that...
Salon The jerks got away with it! 5 years after economic collapse, they're still smiling Salon Postscript: Back in June I wrote about some Bank of America whistleblowers who testified in a court case that they were told to lie to borrowers, and...
California real estate turns out to be a veritable gold mine for rip off artists, local and federal. One week past, a single family dwelling in La Crescenta sold at foreclosure auction for $405,699.00 to our friends at FNMA, aka Fannie Mae.
Salon Wall Street goes after public pensions Salon While Wall Street has been on its scam-a-licious rampage, no-good politicians have been taking taxpayer money meant for pensions and spending it on whatever they wanted, depleting funds.
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