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Goldman’s Sacks of U.S. Gold — Bailout Bonus Bonanzas

There are more thousand-dollar bills stuffing the suit of a Goldman Sachs executive than there are straws in a scarecrow. The Wall Street people who piloted us all into the Great Recession have overturned banks that received more than a trillion dollars in free loans and outright gifts from beleaguered tax-payers. They could not have […]

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Occupy U.S. Mail

Here’s a great idea to curb the use of bulk mail you don’t want and help save the post office: A fast, easy, free, and non-violent way to drive the big banks out of their greedy little minds is sitting in your mailbox right now. Click the link above and discover how to occupy the U.S. mail […]

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Economic News Articles – Archive for Week of 12-11-11

I’m going to start posting a weekly recap of the economic news headlines. These headlines of news articles and their summaries come and go from the sidebar, so not everyone sees them on the particular day they tune in. This is a chance to make sure you didn’t miss any of the major economic news […]

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Occupy Wall Street Now Unoccupied but Stronger

Occupy Wall Street or “Occupy Together,” as the broader movement beyond Wall Street has been called, became an international phenomenon faster than the Tea Party became a national force. Now, as the movement is being forced to unoccupy parks and other public spaces it is pressed to rethink its strategy. While the Occupy Wall Street […]

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