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Re: Banks to lose billions in student loan revamp

EbonyRose ·
Reference: The bill would mean the loss of billions of dollars in business to student lending giant Sallie Mae as well as large financial institutions such as Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America. Doesn't that just give you the warm-fuzzies? Now I think the next thing to do should be the plan previously suggested by the President for people to take their money OUT of the big banks and start financially supporting the community banks ... en masse!! Then we'll see if they're...
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Re: Banks to lose billions in student loan revamp

James Wesley Chester ·
GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! PEACE Jim Chester
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Re: Banks to lose billions in student loan revamp

shulamite ·
I was so happy to see this pass!
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Banks to lose billions in student loan revamp

Cholly ·
WASHINGTON - Banks and other private lenders are about to lose a $70 billion-a-year student loan business , part of a massive overhaul of college assistance programs that has received an unexpected boost from President Barack Obama's health care success. Industry lobbyists have watched helplessly as Democrats and the Obama administration appear on the verge of shifting student lending from private banks to the federal government. Under the measure, private banks would no longer get fees from...
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Re: The Dark Side of the Force Walks Among Us

Xeon ·
Reference: That was not the real Darth Vader. He would have used a light saber. True.....
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Re: White Man Robs Banks Disguised as a Black Man

Xumbrarchist ·
Reference: You don't get the feeling anyone bothered to ask, "Are you sure the culprit was black?," though. Give me a break! If someone looks Black and points a gun in your face how closely are you going to look. A Black man could use that mask to make himself look different. Who would recognize him in a line up? But now that it has been tried and put on the news we can probably expect more. That dummy's problem is that he tried it too many times. If he had stopped after two robberies would...
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Re: Dramatics founder Ron Banks dead at 58

EbonyRose ·
Nooooooo ...... I just saw them perform last year! They were awesome, as always. He will be missed. My condolences go out to his family and fans everywhere.
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Dramatics founder Ron Banks dead at 58

Cholly ·
Ron Banks, whose silky falsetto helped give the Dramatics one of the most enduring careers in R&B, has died at home in Detroit. He was 58. Banks died at about noon today, possibly of a massive heart attack, said Billy Wilson, president of the Motown Alumni Association. The Northern High School graduate was the founder of the Detroit vocal group, which made a name in the mid-'60s and went on to play for avid audiences around the country. Aside from a short break in the mid-1980s, the...
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The Dark Side of the Force Walks Among Us

Xumbrarchist ·
Darth Vader from Star Wars Robbed a Bank – Videofrom Star Wars Robbed a Bank – Video http://techpinger.com/2010/07/darth-vader-from-star-wars-robbed-a-bank-videofrom-star-wars-robbed-a-bank-video/ That was not the real Darth Vader. He would have used a light saber. LOL Xum
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White Man Robs Banks Disguised as a Black Man

Cholly ·
A white guy, disguised as a a black guy, managed to rip off four banks and a CVS in Ohio before he was caught. No, we're not kidding. Maybe Conrad Zdzierak was inspired by "Soul Man (1986)," or even Robert Downey Jr.'s performance in "Tropic Thunder"...
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Re: "Banking On Greed"

sunnubian ·
This is Where Monsanto Will Take The World If They Are Not Stopped :
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Re: "Banking On Greed"

sunnubian ·
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Re: SHOCKING: How One Bank Gets Big-Time Profits From Food Stamps

EbonyRose ·
That IS a shame!! I would really like to know, though ... exactly WHO is paying this money to Chase??? The lady being interviewed indicated that Chase makes money off the 'swipe' of her card ... as in perhaps 'debit fees' ... which would be paid by the store/merchant. However, the reporter stated that they are paid "per customer" - either for maintaining the accounts or the issuance of the cards - which sounds like the State (as the manager of the food stamp program, itself!) would be liable...
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Re: How Slavery Led To Modern Capitalism

Muhammad Cipher ·
Clearly there are people in academia who have read SRBJ vol 2 and possibly read or even reread vol 1. Its strangely interesting to see more and more work done in the academy that treats subjects in both vols as uncredited inspirations for inquiry. Perhaps people should again reconsider why the works of Karl Marx is considered (albeit less so today) off limits to read or discuss openly.
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Re: How Slavery Led To Modern Capitalism

EarthAndSky ·
This video is interesting. It focuses on the ship, Tryal, carrying very courageous and admirable African slaves. The Empire of Necessity: Slavery, Freedom, and Deception in the New Worl d
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Re: How Slavery Led To Modern Capitalism

Muhammad Cipher ·
Was going to post this the other day. I don't think people understand how much work study and interest there is in the effect of the slave trade.
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Re: Tell Your Lawmakers: Shut Down The New Debtors' Prisons

EbonyRose ·
If you think that's bad ..... Probation fees rise, firms profit and poor jailed Courts turn to for-profit businesses that specialize in collections Richard Earl Garrett is the lead plaintiff in the class actionsuit against the town of Harpersville, Ala. Mr. Garrett has spent a total of 24 months in jail and owes $10,000, all for traffic and license violations that began a decade ago. By ETHAN BRONNER CHILDERSBURG, Ala. — Three years ago, Gina Ray, who is now 31 and unemployed, was fined $179...
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Re: Tell Your Lawmakers: Shut Down The New Debtors' Prisons

Kocolicious ·
I always THOUGH you couldn't lock a person up just cuz they owe money. Except for taxes, collection agencies are breaking the law when they say folks can go to jail if fees are not paid. I saw a show on cable where the collection rep was telling this woman that if she didn't pay, the sheriff will come to her house and tell her to jail. But that was a lie-a scare tactic to get money....but! They are NOT suppose to do that. And I don't know about how the laws work in rural areas, I just know...
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Re: Tell Your Lawmakers: Shut Down The New Debtors' Prisons

sunnubian ·
I know that it used to be that a person could not be locked up for a debt owed, but now? These "States" have been quietly making their own laws, many of which are unconstitutional, so it now may depend on exactly which state you happen to live in as to whether or not a creditor can have you locked up. The same with wage garnishment. Wage garnishment was made unlawful, now I see, that it is no longer against the law for creditors to garnish people wages.
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Re: A stimulus for the middle class

Yemaya ·
All this whinning about the middle class. HEY! What about the working poor??
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Re: A stimulus for the middle class

Xumbrarchist ·
All of this stimulus crap deals with a CASH FLOW ECONOMY. That is the problem. When everybody is dependent on cash flow then we get chain reactions. Person A's cash flow goes down so he spends less and that affects B's cash flow who affects... Where is the Mandatory Accounting for EVERYBODY? Where are economists talking about Everybody's NET WORTH? I say mandatory accounting would mean too many people knowing too much and too many scams would not work. If millions of people had known to not...
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Jim Yong Kim, Dartmouth College president, tapped by Obama to head World Bank

sunnubian ·
Jim Yong Kim, Dartmouth College president, tapped by Obama to head World Bank View Photo Gallery — Obama’s nominee to lead the World Bank: The president of Dartmouth College was a surprise choice for the financial institution’s top job. By Howard Schneider , Updated: Friday, March 23, 11:25 AM The Washington Post President Obama on Friday nominated Dartmouth College President Jim Yong Kim to head the World Bank, a move that would turn the organization over to a physician and development...
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How Slavery Led To Modern Capitalism

sunnubian ·
How Slavery Led To Modern Capitalism February 7, 2014 | Filed under: Featured , Headlines | Posted by: Editorial_Staff America’s economy was built and sustained on the labor of Black men and women AFRICANGLOBE – When the New York City banker James Brown tallied his wealth in 1842, he had to look far below Wall Street to trace its origins. His investments in the American South exceeded $1.5 million, a quarter of which was directly bound up in the ownership of slave plantations. Brown was...
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Tell Your Lawmakers: Shut Down The New Debtors' Prisons

sunnubian ·
 DEMAND PROGRESS:  http://demandprogress.org/  Tell Your Lawmakers: Shut Down The New Debtors' Prisons Americans are in more debt than ever before, and the banks are going to new extremes to squeeze us for every last penny: If...
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SHOCKING: How One Bank Gets Big-Time Profits From Food Stamps

sunnubian ·
SHOCKING: How One Bank Gets Big-Time Profits From Food Stamps Posted on January 20, 2012 by Linda Share this now! What’s wrong with this cycle? Found on RussiaToday’s Youtube Channel . Originally submitted by volunteer editor Sue L. <script type="text/javascript"></script>
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"Banking On Greed"

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A stimulus for the middle class

sunnubian ·
A stimulus for the middle class July 13, 2012 Last Friday’s disappointing employment number — 88,000 new jobs created in June — is the latest reminder that the economy continues to struggle, and that the 13 million workers still unemployed will remain that way for the foreseeable future. But while Congress refuses to enact any new stimulus spending, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke has already responded to the slowing economic growth with the announcement of an additional $267 billion...
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Re: Banks Can Launder Money For Terrorists and Drug Dealers with Impunity

Yemaya ·
And how much money do we give the Banks in subsidies and how much did we spend in taxpayer bailouts in 2008 and 2009 with no strings attached? And the Banks still have the nerve to charge outrageous fees or do what they want to your bank account by changing terms when they feel like it??!! If Ray Ray and Pookie and 'nem can get 20 years for slinging rock on the block, the corporate persons (as deemed by the Supreme Court) need to face serious jail time.
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Re: Banks Can Launder Money For Terrorists and Drug Dealers with Impunity

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Yemaya: And how much money do we give the Banks in subsidies and how much did we spend in taxpayer bailouts in 2008 and 2009 with no strings attached? And the Banks still have the nerve to charge outrageous fees or do what they want to your bank account by changing terms when they feel like it??!! If Ray Ray and Pookie and 'nem can get 20 years for slinging rock on the block, the corporate persons (as deemed by the Supreme Court) need to face serious jail time. They sure...
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Re: Banks Can Launder Money For Terrorists and Drug Dealers with Impunity

EbonyRose ·
This has to be the BIGGEST sign EVER that shows that corruption and deceit, bribery and conspiracy runs DEEP within our government and corporate and banking systems. I mean .... even Stevie Wonder could SEE that if what these criminals .... people are doing isn't a crime ... it sure in the hell SHOULD be!! And since nobody's gone to jail YET for ANY these financial-based crimes ... then it's probably a sure bet that it'll never happen. They are a more close-knit and protected group than a...
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Re: Banks Can Launder Money For Terrorists and Drug Dealers with Impunity

sunnubian ·
Still, no matter what, it all points back to Congress [and in some cases state legislatures], that Wall Street/Big Banks were able to do any of this in the first place.
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Re: Banks Can Launder Money For Terrorists and Drug Dealers with Impunity

Yemaya ·
Back to the corporate person issue, how much of that laundered drug money goes into the coffers of politicians re-election funds??
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Re: Banks Can Launder Money For Terrorists and Drug Dealers with Impunity

Yemaya ·
Drug money is a big part of our economy obviously. Tragic.
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Re: Banks Can Launder Money For Terrorists and Drug Dealers with Impunity

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Yemaya: Back to the corporate person issue, how much of that laundered drug money goes into the coffers of politicians re-election funds?? That's something that needs to be thoroughly investigated and widely publicized.
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Re: Banks Can Launder Money For Terrorists and Drug Dealers with Impunity

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Yemaya: Drug money is a big part of our economy obviously. Tragic. I've been preaching that for years, and that fact is the reason why there is no way they really want people to stop using or selling drugs in this country. If every drug dealer stopped selling and every addict stopped buying drugs all of a sudden in America, it would crash our economy, and they know it. Which, brings me to the fact that it is also evidence that the so-called "War On Drugs" is and has...
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Re: Banks Can Launder Money For Terrorists and Drug Dealers with Impunity

EbonyRose ·
Originally Posted by sunnubian: Still, no matter what, it all points back to Congress [and in some cases state legislatures], that Wall Street/Big Banks were able to do any of this in the first place. Bush had a majority in both the House and Senate for the better part of his terms. And unlike the wimpy, yellow-spined, weak-kneed, scaredy-cat Democrats .... when they had the opportunity ... they pushed through and passed EVERY piece of...
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Re: Banks Can Launder Money For Terrorists and Drug Dealers with Impunity

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by EbonyRose: Originally Posted by sunnubian: Still, no matter what, it all points back to Congress [and in some cases state legislatures], that Wall Street/Big Banks were able to do any of this in the first place. Bush had a majority in both the House and Senate for the better part of his terms. And unlike the wimpy, yellow-spined, weak-kneed, scaredy-cat Democrats .... when they had the opportunity ... they pushed through and passed EVERY piece of...
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Re: Wachovia busted for laundering drug money

Yemaya ·
From Reuters: http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE62G35720100317 Wachovia pays $160 million to settle drug money probe Pascal Fletcher MIAMI Wed Mar 17, 2010 6:35pm EDT < 1 / 2 > VIEW FULL SIZE (Reuters) - Wachovia Bank has agreed to pay $160 million to settle U.S. charges that it failed to stop more than $100 million of Colombian and Mexican drug traffickers' money being laundered through accounts at the bank, U.S. authorities said on Wednesday. U.S. The deferred prosecution...
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Re: Wachovia busted for laundering drug money

Yemaya ·
Now Wachovia got some of the bailout money from the economic stimulus package signed by Bush on his way out....
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Re: Wachovia busted for laundering drug money

sunnubian ·
So, if I obtain 420Billion Dollars illegally, all I have to pay is 160Million in fines ? Sound like a good deal to me. Hell, if a single mother with one, six, etc., kids does not report working part time while receiving food stamps, she would be villified by the media and probably wind up with a felony charge or in prison and her children in foster care. Funny how I have not heard anything about this Wachovia drug dealing on the news. Notice how the word conspiracy is not even mentioned...
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Re: Wachovia busted for laundering drug money

Yemaya ·
Yep Sunnubian, this is as good as its going to get. No MSM will touch this with 10 ft pole.
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Re: Wachovia busted for laundering drug money

ocatchings ·
Who needs golden parachutes?
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Re: Wachovia busted for laundering drug money

EbonyRose ·
They sent a woman to jail for downloading music from the Internet. Obviously laundering drug money and trafficking is a much lower crime than that.
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Re: World Bank To Setup $1 Billion Fund To Map Africa’s Mineral Resources

Norland ·
Maybe we should re-name ourselves Africa's Human MINERALS and get some attention and some dough from the World Bank. I'd be a MINERAL over a damn MINORITY any day of the week, especially over the mention of 1 billion dollars and before July!!!!! Mineral Norland (Yep!!)
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Re: World Bank To Setup $1 Billion Fund To Map Africa’s Mineral Resources

DennisKalita ·
J. Paul Getty said, The meek shall inherit the earth but not its mineral rights He also said that the Golden Rule means that those who have the gold rule. Here they have $1B to draw a detailed anatomical map of Africa. After that, send in the butchers and surgeons to cut it up and share the spoils with local top dogs and foreign dog investors.It's just business. You’d think that hypothetically sharing profits in common (communism or socialism) with the .0001% was an unspeakable horror. The...
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Re: World Bank To Setup $1 Billion Fund To Map Africa’s Mineral Resources

EarthAndSky ·
World Bank To Setup $1 Billion Fund To Map Africa’s Mineral Resources... So that the World Bank can steal all of it!
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Re: World Bank To Setup $1 Billion Fund To Map Africa’s Mineral Resources

sunnubian ·
What kills me is how Africa/Africans just sit back and allow sh!t like this to occur, how Africans just bend over and take all day long from Europeans/the West, how they just let non-Africans, non-Black Race people just keep coming back to f~~k Africa and Africans, over and over and over again.
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Re: World Bank To Setup $1 Billion Fund To Map Africa’s Mineral Resources

EarthAndSky ·
Originally Posted by sunnubian: What kills me is how Africa/Africans just sit back and allow sh!t like this to occur, how Africans just bend over and take all day long from Europeans/the West, how they just let non-Africans, non-Black Race people just keep coming back to f~~k Africa and Africans, over and over and over again. Yes. I just don't get it. Why do they allow foreigners to take their resources (wealth), giving nothing in return, and run roughshod over them? Wait. I know the answer.
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Re: World Bank To Setup $1 Billion Fund To Map Africa’s Mineral Resources

Muhammad Cipher ·
Originally Posted by EarthAndSky: Originally Posted by sunnubian: What kills me is how Africa/Africans just sit back and allow sh!t like this to occur, how Africans just bend over and take all day long from Europeans/the West, how they just let non-Africans, non-Black Race people just keep coming back to f~~k Africa and Africans, over and over and over again. Yes. I just don't get it. Why do they allow foreigners to take their resources (wealth), giving nothing in return, and run roughshod...
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Re: World Bank To Setup $1 Billion Fund To Map Africa’s Mineral Resources

EarthAndSky ·
Originally Posted by Muhammad Cipher: Unity alone doesn't eliminate the complexity of development, governance and service to the people. They (like many of us in the US) have not directly confronted the logic of their own decision making. So from the perspective of the well intentioned and sincere, these decisions "make sense" in the long run given their method of reasoning. History is filled with these stories on and OFF the Continent. I believe it has much to do with fear. They have seen...
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