Tag Archives: Justice Department

Wall Street Giants

Eric Holder Admits Some Banks Are Just Too Big To Prosecute  By Mark Gongloff/ Huffington Post/ March 6, 2013 When the Attorney General of the United States admits some banks are simply too big to prosecute, it might be time … Continue reading

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Election Postmortem

By Arlen Grossman/ The Big Picture Report Some random thoughts that filtered through my mind after the Tuesday election….. I’m happy, but not excited.  We’ll now have a moderate Democratic president, a Democratic majority in the Senate, and the Republicans … Continue reading

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No Justice From the Justice Dept.

Wall Street Has No Worries – Obama and Holder Are Shooting Blanks by Arlen Grossman “Why Can’t Obama Bring Wall Street to Justice?” ask Peter Boyer and Peter Schweizer in Newsweek this week. It’s a question a lot of Americans are … Continue reading

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What’s In the Patriot Act? You Don’t Need to Know

Senators terrified with abuse of Patriot Act’s secret laws RT.com/ March 16, 2012 Horrified with the way the US government uses the Patriot Act against its own people, two senators have been trying to make these practices public for years. … Continue reading

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60 Minutes: (Not) Prosecuting Wall Street

Another in a series of outstanding investigative reports from 60 Minutes on CBS. Last Sunday, December 4, Steve Kroft did two segments on the unprosecuted crimes on Wall Street. This is the second segment. I’m not able to post the … Continue reading

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