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Were Banker Ever Prosecuted During the Great Depression?

By admin / July 12, 2019

QUESTION: I was told that none of the big bankers during the Great Depression went to jail either. Doesn’t the government understand that this is the very image of draining the swamp? DK ANSWER: The bankers own the reign of government from the courts to the White House. In the years that followed the 2008 […]

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The SEC is Trying to Remove Musk But Not the Bankers. Why?

By admin / March 27, 2019

QUESTION: Is it possible the Gov’t is going after Elon Musk for his opinion on AI. It seems as though Google CEO is working with the Gov’t to collect information against the citizens of the USA and absolutely for an unregulated AI sector. Maybe there is a battle going on between the techies and the US […]

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Supreme Court Holds that Judges in SEC & CFTC are Unconstitutional

By admin / June 27, 2018

For decades, people have been complaining that Administrative Law Judges (ALJ) were unconstitutional. They are simply employees and they do not even have to have a law degree. Yet these people have been ruling against citizens and supporting their agencies, reducing any Due Process of Law to a joke. Previously, Administrative Law Judge, George Painter, recognized the […]

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Mary Jo White to Resign in January from SEC – Establishment Cronie Leaves

By admin / November 17, 2016

The Wall Street Journal wrote: “Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Mary Jo White plans to step down in January, opening the door to a new Republican-appointed leader who could move to loosen rules on Wall Street and curb the aggressive enforcement approach Ms. White prosecuted.” To set the record straight, White has protected the big banks all […]

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New SEC Money Market Rule Will Send Cash into Treasuries

By admin / August 29, 2016

  The new SEC rule on money market funds takes effect October 17, 2016. There is never a crisis that simply passes. Such events always lead to more regulation even when those creating the rules are clueless about what they are regulating. The 2007-2009 crisis did more that wipe out Lehman Brothers and Bear Stearns than anything […]

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Where do US Multi-Nationals Hold Offshore Cash These Days?

By admin / July 13, 2016

What are US multi-nationals doing with the $2 trillion they keep offshore? Looking at the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) disclosures shows that Apple, Microsoft, Google, and Cisco Systems hold about 10% of their offshore cash in US government debt, which earns these companies substantial sums in interest. So they are earning interest in dollars while parking money […]