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Max Keiser: Give Jamie Dimon and the Banksters Syphilis for Christmas

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Kurt Nimmo If it were up to Max, Jamie’s stocking wouldn’t contain coal. It’d contain a dose of syphilis. Jamie Dimon is the bankster boss at JP Morgan Chase, one of the Big Four of the financial mafia. He’s a ...

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Deja vu: Holder deal risks another mortgage crisis

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Jerome R. Corsi Under Holder, the prosecution rates against large financial institutions are at 20-year lows. In the new $13 billion JP Morgan Chase subprime loan deal with the Justice Department, Attorney General Eric Holder appears to have designed a ...

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Police Chief Asks to be Paid in Bitcoin, City Approves

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Cris Ritchie The city commission in Vicco [Kentucky] approved a measure on Monday to begin paying the city’s police chief in a virtual currency, a move officials say is likely the first of its kind in the nation. Police Chief ...

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Judge OK's Detroit Bankruptcy, Puts Public Pensions Under the Axe

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U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes ruled Tuesday that the city of Detroit is eligible for bankruptcy after a long court battle between city appointed ‘emergency manager’ Kevyn Orr and union and labor activists who say the decision paves the way ...

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Bitcoin passes $1,000 mark for the first time, up over 62% in a week

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Emil Protalinski Bitcoin hit a new milestone today, passing the $1,000 mark for the first time. The virtual currency is currently trading above the four-digit figure, with its highest at $1,030 on Mt. Gox, one of the largest exchanges. Last ...

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CNBC Core Viewership Drops To Fresh Two Decade Low In November, Lowest Since 1993

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Lately, the CNBC management team and show producers, and certainly the Comcast C-suite, have been engaged in a flurry of activity: from the departure of the iconic money honey Maria Bartiromo, to the retention of virtually every nubile (and not ...

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Following Big Money Sweep, Swiss Bid Against Income Inequality Voted Down

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Following a flood of corporate cash in a campaign against a Swiss referendum that would have limited CEO pay in the country, the referendum, which had gained international attention for its critique of vast income inequality, was voted down on ...

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How Wall Street is Bleeding Detroit Dry

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Shady Wall Street dealings and massive corporate subsidies are responsible for Detroit’s financial nosedive, not worker and retiree pensions, a report published Wednesday reveals. Released by Wallace Turbeville, a former Goldman Sachs investment banker who now works for the think ...

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Critics: JPMorgan Settlement No Deterrent to Criminal-Enterprise-as-Usual

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As the Justice Department trumpets its deal with JPMorgan on Tuesday as a record-setting government crackdown on a big bank, critics charge that the penalty in fact allows JPMorgan to destroy people’s lives with impunity and invites other banks to ...

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Arab or Islamic-Sounding Name? US Banks May Not Want Your Business

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David Lindorff - Global Research “I regret to inform you…” Late last May, Reniya Manukyan, the widow of Ibragim Todashev, publicly disputed a claim by the FBI that her dead husband was a murderer. Two months later, Manukyan received a letter ...

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