• GoldCore
    07/30/2014 - 18:58
    “But long term...and economic law says, if you keep printing a lot of paper money, the value of the dollar and currency will go down, and things and most prices will go up and indeed gold always goes...

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2 U.S. Supreme Court Justices – And Numerous Other Top Government Officials – Warn of Dictatorship





Justices Souter and O’Connor, Intelligence Agency Heads and Congressmen All Warn of Tyranny in America

 
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Tough Questions for CFTC's Gary Gensler as He Heads to Congress to Beg for Money





Fourteen months, one MF Global carcass and $1.6 billion in "vaporized" funds later, does the CFTC still regulate the futures markets by fax?

 
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Full Letter From Marcy Kaptur And 61 Congressmen Demanding Erik Holder Investigate Goldman





The noose is tightening, even though one could speculate the one doing the tightening ought to be on the other side of the rope as well. That said, we sure miss the days when Dick Bove used to provide instacommentary on Wells and Goldman, typically of the buy every dip format. That beard makes him look so wise and grizzled... That, or in dire need of grooming.

 
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Marcy Kaptur Writes To AG Holder, Demands A Full Scale Criminal Investigation Of Goldman Sachs





Dear Attorney General Holder:

While the SEC lacks the authority to act beyond civil actions, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has the power to file criminal actions against those who commit financial fraud. We ask assurance from you that the U.S. Department of Justice is closely looking at this case and similar cases to further investigate and prosecute the criminals involved in this, and other financially fraudulent acts. Furthermore, if the DOJ is not currently looking into this particular case, we respectfully ask you to ensure that the U.S. Department of Justice immediately open a case on this matter and investigate it with the full authority and power that your agency holds. The American people both demand and deserve justice in the matter of Wall Street banks whom the American taxpayers bailed out, only to see unemployment and housing foreclosures rise.

 
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