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Monthly Archives: July 2012

This week there were two pressing stories of note. One pertained to comments by David Stockman, the former director of the Office of Management and Budget under the Reagan administration, who has been extremely vocal and critical of our unsustainable spending and national debt. In the video, which you can see here, he states we… Read More

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In a recent letter by the Illinois Bankers Associations (IBA) to its state supreme court, the association makes it clear that it understands the issue asserted by lawyers such as myself “that many if not most mortgage notes which conform to the fixed requirements of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are not negotiable instruments because… Read More

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In a recent short, but well written piece in Bloomberg, author and former Wall Street insider William D. Cohan lays out a brief modern history of Wall Street’s continued criminal activity. After being caught red handed at each turn, we are always told, “Don’t worry, we’ve learned that lesson, and it will never happen again.”… Read More

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