The Decline: The Geography of a Recession - Interactive Unemployment Map of USA From January 2007 to January 2010 (21/4/10) PDF Print E-mail
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Global Systemic Crisis / USA-UK - The Explosive Duo Of The Second Half Of 2010: Summer 2010 - The Bank Of England Battle / Winter 2010 - The Fed At Risk Of Bankruptcy (20/4/10) PDF Print E-mail
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Central Banks Stoking Market Euphoria - By Gary Dorsch, SirChartsAlot, Inc. (20/4/10) PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 20 April 2010 08:28

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'The Fourteenth Banker,' Anonymous Bank Insider, Describes His Moral Crisis: 'The System Is Built To Be Gamed' - By Ryan McCarthy, Huffington Post (19/4/10) PDF Print E-mail
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The Whistle-Blower They Ignored - By Robert Scheer, TruthDig.com (19/4/10) PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 18 April 2010 16:08

There aren’t too many genuine heroes to come out of the banking disaster, but Armando Falcon is one of them. You have probably never heard of him, but his testimony Friday before the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, available on the commission’s website, is must reading for anyone trying to figure out why U.S. taxpayers had to bail out companies to the tune of hundreds of billions of dollars.

Falcon was the chief regulator attempting to bring order to the houses of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac during the first four years of this decade, and had he been listened to, a significant part of the housing crisis could have been mitigated. Instead his agency was denied serious regulatory power by Democrats in Congress including liberals such as Reps. Barney Frank and Maxine Waters, both of whom assumed he was undermining public support for more affordable housing. 

He wasn’t, and instead was attempting to call attention to the reckless bundling of risky mortgages in which the government-chartered agencies acted like the other too-big-to-fail behemoths that together almost wrecked the entire economy. It was those on the lower end of the income scale who had put their life savings into risky mortgages that were most hurt when the bubble burst.



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