How the scams worked

| February 21, 2010

Matt Taibbi offers a schematic of how the big Wall Street bankers scammed the system, and continue to do so. Learn these scams and apply them to your personal self-defense as well.

Debt repudiation

| February 3, 2010

If you manage to comprehend the debt obligations of the U.S. government, $107 trillion and counting, you will probably be overcome by one of two emotions, anger at the overspending and hopelessness at the extent of the problem. We encourage both emotions as they might serve to mobilize the people against the government. Nothing is […]

Criminal politicians

| January 11, 2010

California Representative Darrell Issa has obtained emails between New York Fed lawyers and AIG indicating that the Treasury Department suppressed the names of other banks that benefited from the AIG bailout, particularly Goldman Sachs. FOX News broke the story, and other networks are picking it up.

Bill to audit Fed passes committee

| November 23, 2009

MarketWatch reports on Ron Paul’s bill to audit the Federal Reserve, now approved by the House Financial Services Committee. Ron Paul’s commentary.

Unemployment rising

| October 12, 2009

On the Wall Street TV shows the talking heads agree that “the worst is over” as stock markets recover from the global financial crash. Their conventional wisdom is, now is a good time to get back into the market. Housing prices may be nearing a bottom, and manufacturing and trade are picking up again. The […]

Liberal states and big banks

| October 8, 2009

We’ve been hoping that congressional watchdogs charged with tracking the TARP bailouts would uncover enough evidence to prove that Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson engaged in criminal behavior by loaning our money to his friends. TARP Inspector General Neil Barofsky released an audit on Monday reporting that Ben Bernanke and Henry Paulson lied about the financial […]

What we learned from the tea parties

| April 18, 2009

Attendance was estimated at 250,000 around the country. That is not enough people to make a difference. But the tea parties were a nice diversion from the endless slow-drip intravenous death drug of socialism.