Shortfall. Unfunded. Underfunding. Sounds like a minimal pension issue – however, it is anything but that. You may have heard the words “shortfall” when your state refers to it’s government budget or pension plan; and, if you are young (say, under 40), you’ve probably not given it a second thought. Just so you know “shortfall” is defined as “a failure to come up to expectation or need” and at 40 it seems like there will be plenty of time and ways to make up a shortfall… not so much when you are 60.
If you’re like many Americans, you’re worried about retirement. Maybe before the new century securitization scheme was launched, a “shortfall” might have been more easily explained and handled. But after 2000, the Wall Street securities system ramped up and took deficits to a new high while lining the pockets of Wall Street traders. How did this happen? Continue reading →
Will The California Supreme Court Restore The Evidentiary Due Process Rights Of American Homeowners, Finally Opening Up For Judicial Inspection The Underground Securitized Trust Banking System in the United States, When It Decides The Glaski, Yvanova, Keshtgar and Mendoza Appeals Pending Before It? Don’t MissThis One!
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The topic for the Sunday, March 7th show: Garywill address the most important question now before the entire foreclosure defense and securitized trust banking communities in the past fifteen years: Continue reading →
It will only continue to get worse. What will it take for our politicians and government to understand that the securities fraud committed by Wall Street and their associates have created joblessness, homelessness, foreclosure and eviction that has affected families across the country? How can we continue to ignore the enormous wrongs?
Judge Rakoff was right when he told the Securities and Exchange Commission that their deal with Citigroup Global Markets, Inc. was not transparent enough and stated, “[T]he Supreme Court has repeatedly made clear, however, that a court cannot grant the extraordinary remedy of injunctive relief without considering the public interest.”
The public interest has been sorely damaged by the fraud committed by the Wall Street Continue reading →