Tag Archive: financial crisis inquiry committee

Oct 10

Anti-Debt Movement Sweeps Country, Camps Spring Up Across Florida

Originally a day to show support for the 6 month anniversary of the anti-austerity movement in Spain, in just a few weeks October 15th, 2011, became a global day of action against bank bailouts, budget cuts, and corporate greed. While a lot of the attention was on the 100,000 people in Rome, the strikes in …

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Oct 06

Join the homeowners occupation movement

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A volatile stock market, a financial sector is scrambling to stay afloat, and anti-bank animosity is pouring out in the streets of America. It’s looking like 2008 all over again! But perhaps the main lesson to get out of the new “Occupy Wall Street” occupation movement is that the ’08 financial crisis never ended – …

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Jan 31

Who Can Really Help You When You Are Dealing With Foreclosure?

This week, the financial crisis inquiry commission has released is 600+ page final findings. New Regulations and reforms to the mortgage market are seen as inevitable, but so far homeowners are not receiving much help from these investigations: Recently Sheila Bair, chairman of the FDIC, proposed a wrongful foreclosure commission that would create a fund …

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