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AGs Must Not Settle: Robo-Signing Is Just the Tip of the Iceberg

February 5th, 2012
in Op Ed

by Ellen Brown,Web of Debt A foreclosure settlement between five major banks guilty of “robo-signing” and the attorneys general of the 50 states is pending for Monday, February 6th; but it is still not clear if all the AGs will sign. California was to… more »

Robo-signing, Repos and the Shadow Banking System

January 28th, 2012
in Op Ed

by Ellen Brown, Web of Debt The Wall Street Journal reported on January 19th that the Obama Administration was pushing heavily to get the 50 state attorneys general to agree to a settlement with five major banks in the “robo-signing” scandal. The sca… more »

Residential Housing: The Problem and the Solution

October 31st, 2011
in Announcements

by Robert Huebscher,  Advisor Perspectives If arresting the decline in residential housing prices is a precondition to a broader economic recovery, then the prospects of a double-dip recessions are more likely. Over the next year home prices wi… more »

Homeowners Association Foreclosures: Necessary Tool or Extortion Racket?

May 21st, 2011
in Op Ed

   Guest Author:  Keith Jurow, author of  MVP Housing Market Report Editor's note:  This was written nearly one year ago but is still very timely today. In 2000, an 81-year old widow named Wenonah Blevins had fallen behind by $814.50 on homeowners as… more »

Bailing Out Fraud

May 8th, 2011
in Op Ed

Prof. William K. Black was recently interviewed by Harry Shearer on Le Show at KCRW Los Angeles. He discussed mortgage and bank fraud, which he claims has been rampant in the last decade. The entire interview video is available here. more »








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