March 27, 2017

Has housing hit a bottom?

Or is it just another mirage? Four years ago, the housing market collapsed as the artificial bubble … [Read more...]

California Foreclosure Laws Need Homeowner Bill of Rights

  My regular readers will likely remember past articles in which I stated that we would not win this … [Read more...]

Debt Forgiveness – The IMF, Iceland, and the U.S. of the 1930s all say it works

The International Monetary Fund (“IMF”), in its latest World Economic Outlook, stated quite clearly … [Read more...]

Dodd-Frank costs US financial sector 24 million man-hours per year for compliance

Plus, the intellectual bankruptcy of the Obama administration. And that’s just the start.  The … [Read more...]

Obama | “One of the biggest problems” of the financial crisis is that “a lot of that stuff wasn’t necessarily illegal; it was just immoral or inappropriate or reckless.”

From today’s “speech” Obama said “one of the biggest problems” of the financial … [Read more...]

ACTION ALERT | Citizen Warriors Needed to Drown Out the TBTF Attacks on NY AG Eric Schneiderman

Corruption abounds!  We do not want predatory banks to be given a broad waiver for their criminal … [Read more...]

Any Bright Ideas?

Jean Braucher has noted the FHFA's RFI on foreclosure prevention. A huge problem with any … [Read more...]

The Foreclosure Crisis Triggered The US National Credit Downfall

We all see firsthand the travesty and tragedy that is Fraudclosuregate every day we step into … [Read more...]

The Obvious: Bankers Told Recovery May Be Slow

“I’m more worried than I have ever been about the future of the U.S. economy,” said Allen Sinai, … [Read more...]

Barofsky’s Report: Taxpayer Support for Financial Sector Now $3.7 Trillion

Neil Barofsky, Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Fund (TARP) has issued a … [Read more...]

Top New York Judge Urges Greater Legal Rights for the Poor

Editor’s Note: Judge Lippman is certainly onto something here. There is no doubt that the poor … [Read more...]

Top New York Judge Urges Greater Legal Rights for the Poor

Editor’s Note: Judge Lippman is certainly onto something here. There is no doubt that the poor … [Read more...]

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