By Sydney Sullivan
Have you ever felt that the judge in your case was not treating you or your attorney fairly, especially when the facts of bankster fraud were clear? Or when you have shown the judge a fabricated assignment of mortgage and an obviously fake endorsement on your so-called note? When you walk into the courtroom does your stomach sink and you imagine you hear a faint theme from the wicked witch of the west in the Wizard of Oz?
In a small Kentucky county, a homeowner just like you encountered the unthinkable – proof that his judge was prejudice and even worse – the judge was assisting the opposing counsel for the bank in a plot against him.
According to Bloomberg By Liam Vaughan & Gavin Finch - Jan 28, 2013: “The benchmark rate for more than $300 trillion of contracts was based on honesty. New evidence in banking’s biggest scandal shows traders took it as a license to cheat.” Graphic: Bloomberg Markets Continue reading
LOS ANGELES — Last week, Martin Scorsese winged off to Marrakesh, Morocco, where he will spend nine days adjudicating Prince Moulay Rachid’s film festival.
But he left a not-so-little something behind: “The Wolf of Wall Street,” a two-hour, 59-minute cinematic romp through the securities business — his longest film ever.
By Sydney Sullivan
“[L]and records across the country have been polluted, diluted, laundered and rendered useless by MERS (the Mortgage Electronic Registration System), and Landtegrity.com has posted a petition demanding answers from the White House,” wrote Richard Zombeck, in the Huffington Post April 2103.
No answers have been received. Now is time to prepare for the 2014 elections and get the point across. We need to unite and visibly display our discontent for the damage done to our property records. Let’s put a bumper sticker on every car!
Order your bumper sticker now so that every politician can clearly see the #1 agenda on the minds of every homeowner in America is to clean up the land records. Continue reading
The debate over eminent domain as a tool to sieze underwater mortgages from banks and trusts rages on, and has gone from city to city as local municipalities grapple with ways to help build or restore their tax basehelp homeowners.
The latest city being pushed to consider the use of the controversial tactic is none other than Baltimore:
A California city's controversial plan to use eminent domain to help its residents burdened with mortgages worth more than their homes has caught the eye of some Baltimore leaders, who say the city might benefit from the program.
An educational video on the history of money. It’s a fantastic 30 minute presentation which also reports on personal freedom, gold and silver, the US dollar, and economic freedom.
This is the 5th episode of Michael Maloney’s Hidden Secrets Of Money. In this installment, we travel to Berlin and Frankfurt, where we were able to film the money museum inside the Bundesbank…one of the world’s largest Central Banks. Enjoy – knowledge is power! Continue reading
An overhaul of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac continues to draw chatter in Washington, prompting a number of people to break long-held silence on the legacy of the government-sponsored enterprises.
Adding his voice to the conversation is former Fannie Mae CFO Timothy Howard, who was