Georgia On My Mind

...and not in a good way. Normally, I've titled posts like these in the past something on the order of "why is it always my state," but in truth, this time, Georgia is hardly alone in diverting funds from the foreclosure fraud settlement into areas other than their intended target (distressed mortgage-holders). Still, it's cold comfort to know that the Republican governors of quite a few states...

Harmonic Convergence

A while back, towards the beginning of Occupy Wall Street, I wrote a post called Connecting The Dots, in which I made the case that public anger at the banksters' astonishingly audacious fraud and greed and sense of entitlement had not gone away in 2008 because the country (mostly the incoming administration) consciously chose not to pursue the worst excesses of the banksters which led up to the...

What Is Best In Life?

Awesome! Zero hedge discovers an internet copy of a Conan-like letter written by a "foreclosure prevention" attorney to opposing counsel: You just don't get to see the concept of "lay waste to your minions" spelled out so plainly in a legal document. Refreshing. And in the service of a great cause, too: foreclosure fraud prevention. More like this guy, please!