I can't believe the administration - especially Tim Geithner - is still trying to excuse their ineptitude on the housing crisis. I mean, we've read the books from administration insiders like Sheila Bair and Neal Barofsky since they've left, and
Bill talks with financial expert Sheila Bair about the lawlessness of our banking system and the prognosis for meaningful reform. Bair was appointed in 2006 by President George W. Bush to chair the FDIC. During the 2008 meltdown, she
It's unlikely that any of Wall Street's criminals will ever go to jail, but maybe if we kick up enough of a fuss, we can get Jamie Dimon kicked off the board of the NY Fed. Not that there's anything wrong with sitting on the board of the agency
I'd like to know when some people are going to start going to prison over this kind of thing. FDL's Dave Dayden had a good post up ahead of tonight's airing of this segment -- 60 Minutes Tackles Foreclosure Fraud Tonight, Exposing Unresolved Chain of Title Problems.
I have to wonder: At what point, if ever, will they deal with this crisis head on0? Is this their version of aggressive action? It puzzle me that hey're more concerned about the real estate foreclosure market than the fact that they people
I just can't figure out why the Obama administration sees this as a bad thing. Maybe it'll cut into Wall Street's obscene profits, but other than
You see why the bully boys of Wall Street dislike Sheila Bair - and Elizabeth Warren? Because they actually think of the people hurt by the financia
Interesting. So Dodd's proposal would effectively remove Sheila Bair's role as one of the few senior administration officials advocating for consume
[media id=10488] [H/t Heather] Via Raw Story, the heartwarming news that bankers aren't getting to celebrate in peace at their annual conference: T
Geithner Throws Hissy Fit With Federal Regulators. Gee, Think 'Trust Me' Is A Good Enough Reason For Them To Shut Up?
Someone's sounding just a little touchy, aren't they? Yes, Tim, you and your buddies from Wall St. have done such a bang-up job, I can understand wh
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