Frances Fox Piven Uses Class Lecture to Lay Out Strategy to Illegally Occupy Foreclosed Homes, Default on Student Debt

Benny Johnson The Blaze 5/8/2012

CUNY Prof. Frances Fox Piven gave a recent talk laying out new, radical plans for the Occupy movement According to her, the movement has to relocate, change tactics Public sociologists should help students “refuse to pay their debts” and avoid consequences when they default Academia should also assist in the […]

The Second Foreclosure Tsunami is Coming, and is About to Kill Any Hopes of a ‘Housing Bottom’

Tyler Durden Zero Hedge 4/4/2012

In what appears to be surprising news for some, Reuters has an article titled “Americans brace for next foreclosure wave” whose key premise is that “a painful part two of the [housing] slump looks set to unfold: Many more U.S. homeowners face the prospect of losing their homes this year […]

Springtime for Occupy!

Frances Fox Piven & Stephen Lerner’s Six Risky, Strategic Steps Forward for the Evicted Movement

Benny Johnson The Blaze 3/20/2012

It’s Springtime for Occupy! That means the brilliant cast of characters that brought you the noxious, multimillion dollar expense to the taxpayer are back for a second round. Two of The Blaze’s favorite leaders of […]

US Housing Market Was Artificially Inflated By 14% In 2007-2010 NAR Reports

Tyler Durden Zero Hedge 12/21/2011

Just the headlines for now:

EXISTING U.S. HOME SALES REVISED DOWN BY 14% FROM 2007-2010 EXISTING HOME SALES REVISED DOWN BY 15% IN 2010 TO 4.19 MLN

Thank you NAR for proving what everyone knew: that the US housing market is one big lie. And next: here come the historical […]

Saving the American Idea: Rejecting Fear, Envy and the Politics of Division

Congressman Paul Ryan The Heritage Foundation 10/26/2011

The American commitment to equality of opportunity, economic liberty, and upward mobility, is not tried in days of prosperity. Instead, it is tested when times are tough – when fear and envy are used to divide Americans and further the interests of politicians and their cronies. In this […]

Wall Street’s New Nightmare: The Next Wave Of Mortgage-Backed Securities Claims

Her $8.5 billion Bank of America settlement over bad mortgage deals was just the beginning. Now, backed by bond giants Pimco and BlackRock, Texas lawyer Kathy Patrick is gearing up for a new legal assault on the financial industry.

Nathan Vardi Forbes 10/17/2011

This article appears in the November 7 edition of Forbes magazine.

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