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[10 Jul 2014 | 10 Comments | ]
Leaked Federal Reserve Doc:  Go from paper homeowner instruments to electronic.  Foreclosure fraud? What fraud? … Updated

Updated with what you can do and homeowner wins against the bankers including a $16 million win in California. “Obviously an effort to introduce Federal legislation in support of a national electronic mortgage and mortgage note transfer system is a very ambitious effort,” Thomas C. Baxter, Jr., General Counsel and Executive Vice President of the New York Federal Reserve Bank wrote.

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[11 Feb 2013 | Comments Off | ]
On Sale now! Crime & Incompetence: Guide to America’s Immigration Crisis

Find out what the politicians and faceless bureaucrats don’t want you to know.

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[17 Mar 2010 | 7 Comments | ]
Go Illegal? Legal Immigration versus Illegal Immigration and Amnesty

Pay an application fee and a $500.00 fine.

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[15 Mar 2010 | Comments Off | ]
Immigration Reform: Terrorists Have Applied For Green Cards

“In addition to identifying potential national security concerns from checking an alien’s name against watch lists in TECS [Treasury Enforcement Communications System], name checks against the FBI’s investigative files have uncovered individuals who raised national security concerns.

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[2 Nov 2009 | 7 Comments | ]
Tea Parties Against Amnesty

While it is no secret that America’s immigration system is broken, and this longstanding system breakdown adversely affects America’s national security and economy, the latest Rasmussen Report shows, “By a 70% to 22% margin, voters say that gaining control of the borders is more important than legalizing the status of undocumented workers already in the country.”

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[30 Apr 2009 | Comments Off | ]

Read with caution, not confirmed.

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[31 Mar 2009 | Comments Off | ]
Sen. Chuck Schumer’s Economic Crisis Hypocrisy

“The Glass-Steagall Act of 1933 evolved from the bitter experience of the Depression, when American banking was in shambles. Left free to speculate in the 1920’s, banks naturally looked where profits seemed highest, and were inevitably drawn into risky propositions. When a few banks failed, depositors nationwide panicked. Runs on banks pushed this country over the brink of financial disaster.”