Banker Literally Applauds Elizabeth Warren At Senate Hearing

Somebody remarked about the earlier post that it was an older story… and we relied, “Yes, we’re aware… but isn’t it nice to re-post and irritate the banks?!” Doesn’t it make this next post even more exciting?

Eliz Warren 2-13-15WASHINGTON — Bank regulators and executives typically hope to escape a Senate Banking Committee hearing without becoming the subject of a viral video showing them humiliated at the hands of Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.).

On Thursday, however, one witness was pleased enough with Warren’s line of questioning that he actually applauded the Massachusetts Democrat toward the end of her remarks — a highly unusual departure from custom. Continue reading

Rolling Rebellion, Lawyers and Citizens Protest Seattle Bankster UCC Uniform Law Conference

Coming up on July 11th is the national Uniform Law Committee conference in Seattle at the Westin Hotel.

Whether or not you are in foreclosure, if you own a home and have a mortgage or intend some day to own a home, this national ULC conference affects you. For hundreds of years states have owned and recorded their own lands – and now it appears the United States federal government would like that to change. Continue reading

Where are you George Bailey? You apparently are not in the White House…

In 2010, Meg Rehrauer, a J.D. Candidate at Northeastern University School of Law, wrote a memorable paper:

Its a Wonderful Life color jacketREGAINING THE WONDERFUL LIFE OF HOMEOWNERSHIP POST-FORECLOSURE DEFENDING HOMEOWNERS FROM EVICTION AFTER FORECLOSURE BY ATTACKING THE OWNERSHIP RIGHTS OF THE FORECLOSING ENTITY

It’s Christmas 2 years later and we’re still reeling in foreclosures and frauds committed by the banks because America is stuck in the portion of George Bailey’s dream as if he hadn’t been born. Continue reading

Chris Whalen: The Fallacy of “Too Big To Fail”–Why the Big Banks Will Eventually Break Up

Jim Puplava is Author & Host of Financial Sense & Financial Sense Newshour providing weekly broadcasts and writing thought-provoking commentary for Financial Sense Online in addition to interviews with top financial thinkers.
In a riveting interview on the banking industry, Christopher Whalen of Tangent Capital Partners in New York joins Jim on Financial Sense Newshour to discuss the fallacy of “too big to fail,” conflicts of interest in the derivatives markets, problems with the 2005 bankruptcy laws, and political failures, policies and programs.

Chris Whalen elaborates on the present economic situation and why we are not seeing the changes Americans expect.   Continue reading