Agenda 21′s Role in America’s Financial Breakdown

Henry Lamb The Moral Liberal 4/28/2012

…In six months, America will choose to continue down the current path toward global governance, or to unseat the current administration in favor of returning to the U.S. Constitution as the foundation of government.

Obama and his colleagues are quick to claim that a vote for a Republican is […]

Obama’s Billionaire Pal Found Guilty of Fraud and Conspiracy

JammieWearingFool 5/11/2011

Of course you won’t find the name Obama anywhere in this story since the New York Times wouldn’t ever dare to impugn their guy. All the news that fits our narrative, I think that’s how it goes. Anyway, this Democrat is guilty.

Raj Rajaratnam, the billionaire investor who once ran one of the […]

Debit card spending limit? Banks consider a $50 cap

Blake Ellis CNN Money 3/10/2011

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Declined! Your debit card may soon be denied for purchases greater than $100 — or even as little as $50.

JPMorgan Chase, one of the nation’s largest banks, is considering capping debit card transactions at either $50 or $100, according to a source with knowledge of […]

GAO will be able to audit Fed

Erik Wasson The Hill 12/28/2010

The failure to pass a full-year CR will not hinder the Government Accountability Office from carrying out its tasks in the coming months, including its new job of auditing the Federal Reserve.

The full year continuing resolution had included increased funding for the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to conducts its […]

Credit Cards are About to Get Worse

John Stossel FoxBusiness 12/17/2010

Next time your credit card company raises interest rates, or imposes an annual fee, or cuts back on your rewards program, or suddenly charges you for your “free” debit card and checking account … blame Rep. Barney Frank and Sen. Chris Dodd. They were the key sponsors of laws passed this […]

Barney Frank: “Bubbles in history have been cases of exuberant irrationality”

Sissy Willis sisu 10/9/2010

“Bubbles in history have not been cases of irrational exuberance. They have been cases of exuberant irrationality,” blustered Barney Frank back in December of 2006 on the eve of his becoming Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee. A few flips and flops later, attempting to avoid taking responsibility for […]