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The Public Theft of Private Assets Always Precedes An Economic Collapse and That Time Is Upon Us

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The American economy is living on borrowed time through the infusion of massive amounts of “printed out of thin air” cash being printed by the Federal Reserve. Anyone with an IQ above room temperature knows that the inevitable economic crash is looming on the horizon. The deficit is $17 trillion dollars and that is the good news. The unfunded liabilities debt (e.g. Social Security, Medicare, etc.) is estimated to be $240 trillion dollars. Finally, the derivatives debt that average citizens have been saddled with the burden of paying off through the infamous bailouts is now estimated to $1.5 quadrillion dollars. With the most optimistic estimates that the world’s GDP is less that $100 trillion dollars, it does not take a rocket scientist to figure out that the ability to pay off the debt through taxation and the endless bailouts is simply not possible.

The Federal Reserve and their colleagues know that the crash is coming. Your home, your pension, your bank account are all at risk when, not if, the crash comes. Therefore, the Federal Reserve, since 2012, has spent an estimated $40 billion per month buying of mortgage backed securities in anticipation of the crash. After the crash, hard assets such as homes, office buildings and shopping malls will be valued assets in a post-dollar world. The aforementioned is an intelligent and prudent investment on the part of the Federal Reserve, not to mention that what they are doing is perfectly legal. Unfortunately, the government, as a whole,  is not waiting for an economic crash to seize personal assets as they and their cronies at the Federal Reserve are after your assets in any manner that that they can achieve seizure. The only obstacle in the way of the public theft of private assets is the United States Constitution and the Fifth Amendment.

That Little Thing Called the Constitution and the Fifth Amendment

The Fifth Amendment asserts that no person shall “be deprived of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law”. Given the intended narrow definition of the Fifth Amendment, this article will demonstrate that the concept of private property is on life support and that government is attempting to separate as many private assets from its citizens as possible. One of the primary ways that the government is accomplishing this goal is through the RICO statutes and this will be the exclusive focus of this article. 

What Is RICO?

The new game in America is called theft by law enforcement and RICO is the name. Much of the growth of federal criminal procedures has been tied to the expanded use of RICO. RICO stands for the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act of 1970. RICO has succeeded in blurring the lines between state and federal law enforcement and in overturning the protections inherent in the guarantees of the U.S. Constitution, namely due process. As previously stated, the Fifth Amendment states that government cannot deprive citizens of life, liberty and property without due process of law. As the Patriot Act negates the Fourth Amendment protections, RICO does the same with the Fifth Amendment due process rights.

RICO is essentially the seizure of goods and assets obtained as a result of ACCUSED criminal activity. At the inception of RICO in 1990, there were only three named federal criminal acts subject to RICO confiscation of assets and they were treason, piracy, and counterfeiting. Today, there are literally thousands of federal laws and regulations related to RICO. The mere violation of any one of them, no matter how unintentional and harmless the transgression, can lead to years of imprisonment for the convicted person and the forfeiture of all personal assets.

Rico statutes are where the police and federal law enforcement are no better than the criminals they purport to fight. Even when an individual is not charged or found innocent, their confiscated assets are still the property of the law enforcement agency. If a person is found not guilty in court, or the charges are dropped, the person can spend years trying to recover their assets. In some cases, the innocent never recover their stolen property.

Gangster Cops in Meridian MS.

During a July 9 traffic stop in Meridian, Mississippi, police found $360,000 tucked away in an obscure compartment of a man’s car. Certainly the amount of money in question would get our collective attention, however, the driver was let go. And if the Meridian city government has a problem with large amounts of cash, then pass a law forbidding the carrying of cash over a certain amount. Until then, this man committed no crime. In this case, the cops simply stole the man’s money. The unidentified motorist may or may not get that cash back.

Under RICO, all cops can seize your property, and it’s up to you to prove that the money isn’t connected to a crime. This is an obvious violation of the Fifth Amendment which requires the government to prove in court that the accused is guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.

This application of RICO is unconstitutional on its face and it is still being allowed. Why? Because RICO money is being used by the law enforcement agencies to enrich their department as well as to host lavish department/agency parties. This is no different than what the Mafia protection rackets attempt to achieve or the Mexican Federal Police do when Americans travel into Mexico.

Your Property Is Not Safe

For those who think that the Meridian, MS. motorist got what he deserved because nobody should be carrying that kind of cash on them, consider the Russell Caswell case which demonstrates that, under RICO statutes, one can lose everything even when they have never been suspected of a crime.

Motel owner Russell Caswell, of Fitchburg, Massachusetts, has fought with government for three years over his right to keep his own motel. Caswell has never been charged with a crime, yet he faces the loss of his business. Caswell, having successfully managed to keep his property, is the victim of guilt by association. From 1994 to 2008, police have made 15 drug busts at his motel. That come to only one drug bust per year in a motel. This is a remarkably low number. However, it is not stopping law enforcement for trying to get their hands on the motel by stating that under RICO, the motel is considered to be part of a criminal enterprise.

One does not have to be the owner of a motel or carry large amounts of cash to be a victim of the law enforcement Mafia. If you give a ride to someone who has marijuana in their possession, you can lose your car. If your teenage daughter brings drugs into your house, you could lose your house. This is no more than criminal theft committed by corrupt law enforcement agencies.

Motives for RICO Enforcement

The money that law enforcement seizes, is money that goes towards the purchase of office equipment, new vehicles, larger expense accounts and the list goes on. However, agency assets are not the only destination for RICO obtained assets.

In a town of less than 3,000 people, in Bal Harbor, FL, police spent more than $23,000 flying out to Chicago, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles. While there, the police rented out Cadillac SRX and a Lincoln Town car. Yet, other Bal Harbor police were also living it up as the department spent $7,000 holding a banquet for police chiefs and $21,000 on an anti-drug beach bash.”

sheriff bill smith

Sheriff Bill Smith,”No questions boys, I am just doing my job so I can play lots of golf.”

Sheriff Bill Smith in Camden County, Georgia, spent $90,000 on a Dodge Viper for the county’s Drug Awareness and Resistance Education (DARE) program. According to a sheriff’s spokesman, “the whole point of this car is to grab the kids’ attention” and by impressing kids, they would stay off of drugs. In the past two decades, Bill Smith’s department brought in over $20 million in asset forfeiture proceeds. The motive to arrest and steal assets is quite clear.

In Romulus, MI., the police chief, Michael St. Andre, spent more than $40,000 in asset forfeiture funds on marijuana, booze, and prostitutes. In many of our communities, the ones with the badges are the prostitutes. And this is not just a case of a few bad apples spoiling the whole bunch. It would be difficult to find an agency or department that is not experiencing RICO corruption.

In a clear violation of the 10th Amendment, the Federal government has made local law enforcement partners in these crimes being perpetrated against the American people through the practice of “equitable sharing agreements” between the Department of Justice and local or state law enforcement. Just like a Mafia protection racket, the Feds typically are taking 10 to 20% of all profits connected to local seizures. 

Re-instituting the Fifth Amendment

In only six states does the government assume the burden of proof that establishes the fact that the person is guilty in order to confiscate all types of property.  According to the Institute for Justice, in 38 states, the burden for all forfeitures, including one’s home, falls directly upon the owner.

The simple fix to this public theft of private assets is to simply follow the Constitution in which the government, before permanently seizing assets, must first establish guilt in a court of law.

On July 28, 2014, U.S. Congressman Timothy Walberg (R-Mich.) introduced a bill intended to reform federal asset civil forfeiture laws. In the Senate, Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) introduced S. 2644, the FAIR (Fifth Amendment Integrity Restoration) Act, which similarly seeks to change the way the government seizes property suspected of being involved in criminal activity.

The chances of passage of these parallel bills in the House and the Senate are slim and none. The radical Marxist factions presently running the Democratic party will prevent passage in the Senate. And even if the bill passed in the Senate, does anyone have any doubt that Obama will have his veto pen ready?

Conclusion

ricobamaWith regard to the public theft of private assets by various levels of government, this is merely the calm before the storm. In a future article, the unfolding plot to take your bank account, your pension, your IRA, Roth and 401K, your bank account and even your freedom will be exposed.

Meanwhile, be careful who let into your car and home. Show this article to your teenage children so they understand the financial importance of not being associated with drugs in any manner as it could literally be the cause of them becoming homeless.

For those of you over 40, did you ever think you would live in such a time in America?

 

 

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  2. Laurel August 12, 2014 at 5:35 am

    CHILDREN OF TOMORROW

    Children of tomorrow
    I apologize to you
    On behalf of those in my time
    For the things we didn’t do

    We didn’t stop the tyrants
    So your fate could be prevented
    We watched them steal our freedom
    By our silence we consented

    We didn’t choose to circumvent
    The doom you’ve not escaped
    While the Bill of Rights was murdered
    And the Constitution raped

    Some of us were lazy
    Others too afraid
    To think about our children
    The ones we have betrayed

    I guess we were too busy
    To be concerned or care
    To try to ease the burden
    Of the chains we made you wear

    We could have been good shepherds
    When the wolf got in the fold
    But we watched the flame of freedom die instead
    And left you cold.

    I’m sorry we were timid
    My selfish generation
    We left you but a remnant
    Of a free and prosperous nation

    I’m sorry for our actions
    Like cowards we behaved
    We could have left you freedom
    Instead you are enslaved

    Children of tomorrow
    Descendants of our land
    I’m sorry we allowed this
    The fate you now with stand.

    – Anonymous

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  4. Widetracker August 12, 2014 at 5:49 am

    Please read: “The Way home or face The Fire”.
    http://jahtruth.net/wayad.htm

    Malachi 4:1 For, behold, the Day cometh, that shall burn like an oven; and all the proud, yea, and all that do wickedly, shall be stubble: and the day that cometh shall burn them up, saith the “I AM” Lord of hosts, that it shall leave of them neither root nor branch (nothing).

  5. Steve August 12, 2014 at 5:57 am

    As an Air Force Vet of 22 years, it is sad to say, the country I grew up and served in is gone! I pray for my children and grand children’s future…

  6. iwitness02 August 12, 2014 at 6:09 am

    The rape and pillage of the earth must be very addictive.
    The owners of the earth are really getting good at it.
    All of us economic units be damned.
    Makes for a swell sounding future.
    I love the smell of fear and poverty first thing in the morning.
    And the funny thing is: we out number them by a huge margin.
    Another funny thing is: we only believe lies.
    Life without truth.
    It is as dark as I have ever seen it.
    Worse still; we probably haven’t seen anything yet, that will compare to the brave new world the elites are taking us to.
    A world devoid of any recognition of our Creator. Devoid of truth. Devoid of life, Liberty, property, and happiness. Only slavery and destruction, without a shred of justice.
    And now I have to come back to the moment and have a nice day. This is a weird way to be living. (in two worlds. One of hope, and the other of despair.) In my case, hope does spring eternal.
    Thanks be to God in that only name given under heaven.
    The Light and the Way.

  7. karm August 12, 2014 at 6:30 am

    I have followed your commentary with interest for over a year now. Your articles are well researched and right on the money. This one in particular shows the hypocrisy of our government, both local, state and federal. I have no doubt that what is written here is true and it makes me feel that there really is not a lot of hope left for this country when our basic laws are being so undermined by greed and graft they are being rendered non-existent. Hope is essential for all of us but it is becoming harder and harder to find any.

  8. theirreverent1 August 12, 2014 at 6:54 am

    I continually hear people speak of the glass 1/2 full referencing their perpetual optimism. Just one of many cliché’s Americans use to replace conscious thinking. Therefore how can we ever expect to regain the loss of our country and it’s principles when it’s citizens have become zombies to reality? Few are trying, while many justify their inaction with religious prophecies that they interpret to mean they need not do anything because God will eradicate the bad guys and all the good guys will wake up in heaven. The Elites must be laughing hysterically at their sheep brain washing themselves.

  9. Arizona August 12, 2014 at 7:11 am

    DID we think we’d see this coming,YOU GOT TO BE KIDDING,in the mid 60’s,we saw it,I ASKED MY DAD,what was going on,HE said their all criminals,I asked him what could be done about it,HE SAID ,son,they won’t stop till their DEAD,so there you have it,like blood sucking vampires,THEY WILL NEVER STOP,america will FALL into the history books, before they stop,THEY WOULD rather see everyone in america dead then stop,THIS DOES MEAN “WAR” and americans are nothing but cowards,and soon they’ll all be chinese slaves,and thats on the horizon….I REALLY hope everyone realizes,there won’t be many survivors,so get close to the LORD and pray,cause most of america will leaving this world soon………..

  10. randyfreedom August 12, 2014 at 7:16 am

    This is not the country I grew up in. I am over 40, under 50, and I do not recognize this country. I lived in NYC during the 1970’s, and it was a garbage and crime infested city. The difference I see now is that crime and garbage may be cleaned up, but society as a whole is morally and intellectually bankrupt. I could go on, but Dave has already laid it out. This country is gone for now…maybe forever.

  11. Arizona August 12, 2014 at 7:17 am

    VACCINES,..ALL the vaccines have T-4 nanobot virus in them,THIS is very dangerous to women,and children,IT completely destroys the emotional centers of their brain,and their gearing up to force everyone to take it,POPULATION ZOMBIES,then the mark of the beast will be excepted by everyone,no emotions ..WHO CARES….right……….

  12. Rumplestiltskin August 12, 2014 at 7:35 am

    In the movie “The Untouchables” Sean Connery’s character said it best. “If they, (the mafia) put one of ours in the hospital, we put one of theirs in the morgue”.

    Do remember friends, it works both ways. They, (the mafia police) are counting on spineless Americans to not fight back in a guerrilla type insurgency against their corruption. When it breaks out into the open the police will not be able to contain the Anarchy that will ensue, and thus the national guard may be called out to quell the rioting such as being witnessed in Ferguson Missouri over the shooting of an unarmed teen.

    In my estimation the war has already started, so you had better have your ducks in a row, as it were.

  13. UncleRuthless August 12, 2014 at 7:52 am

    don’t forget the 14th amendment Dave –
    http://freedom-school.com/history/usa.html#expatriation

  14. Old Gringo August 12, 2014 at 8:53 am

    Sometimes I disagree with Dave. Sometimes I agree with him.
    IMO, he’s “right as rain” on this one.

  15. AZ-LandOfTheAlpha&Omega August 12, 2014 at 9:07 am

    In only six states does the government assume the burden of proof  that establishes the fact  that the person is guilty in order to confiscate all types of property.  

    Which 6 states are those Dave?

  16. Pine 4 Better Daze August 12, 2014 at 9:09 am

    Your point is well taken, but when talking about unfunded liabilities debt, do you have to single out social security and medicare as examples? Wasn’t social security supposed to have been funded by FICA “contributions” made by employees and employers?? And is it social security recipients fault that the federal government plundered social security funds by putting that money into the general fund? Also, medicare funds (which Obamacare now wants to rob for medicaid) actually come from personal deductions on social security payments.
    Blame for the huge national debt rightfully belongs elsewhere, which would include welfare, medicaid, foreign aid, corporate welfare, all the interest paid on the national debt (to the Federal Reserve, of course!) and now Obamacare….

  17. SWIFT August 12, 2014 at 9:16 am

    Buy more ammo. Within months, not years, you are going to need it. For those who can see, all the signs are there.

  18. laura m. August 12, 2014 at 9:56 am

    On mine and his 401k, we have been withdrawing on it for several years, SS for longer, his over ten yrs,. Gov: we paid in, don’t touch this as it is ours and everyone else that paid in, or civil war will break out big time. As for cash being stolen without just cause; totally illegal , we carry no more than $500. going on vacation. The younger will spit and curse over the graves of the elders someday as they live out their lives as slaves realizing their elders were cowards and the churches and politicians betrayed them.

  19. worried August 12, 2014 at 10:01 am

    Our problem lies with a Supreme court that refuses to
    do its job and uphold the Bill of Rights.
    The Supreme Court is a separate equal branch of government.
    They need to start acting like it.

  20. sslelf August 12, 2014 at 10:12 am

    Sounds horrible. Just watch how the elite can twist and use the term “without due process of law” on that 5th amendment clause.
    Executive orders are one way to twist that phrase to suit the elite.

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  22. Jane August 12, 2014 at 2:08 pm

    “The unfunded liabilities debt (e.g. Social Security, Medicare, etc.) is estimated to be $240 trillion dollars.”

    Why is it that the first strike is always targeted against the elderly population who WORKED HARD AND PAID into Social Security and Medicare? These “unfunded liabilities” were paid for by those of us who worked for a living. It came right off the top!!

    Why are you not talking about the younger generation of people who ARE NOT WORKING, WILL NOT WORK, CANNOT FIND JOBS OR ARE TOO LAZY TO LOOK? EBT, SSI, Welfare are the scams against a mostly lazy society on who feed at the teet of government give a ways.

    How many millions among the elderly who worked hard and a meager monthly Social Security check is their only income – elderly women who are sharing the can of cat food with their animal because they live on the very meager amount of monies they paid into. Or their husband paid into. What about us elderly people who have adult children who are on drugs and the grandparents are taking care of grandkids, great grand kids because we’ve become the most drugged up nation in the world.

    Please stop lumping Social Security and Medicare in with the “entitlements” like welfare, EBT and other free money giveaways to enslave whole generations of freeloaders.

    We paid our way and worked hard and this is the only monies most of us have to pay for food, rent, day to day living. WE PAID FOR IT BY WORKING HARD!!!

    EDITOR’S NOTE: YOU MISSED THE POINT- SOCIAL SECURITY IS NOT BEING CRITICIZED- IT IS, HOWEVER, AN UNFUNDED LIABILITY TO THE AMOUNT QUOTED-

    My guess is that you won’t post this because you are among the anti- elderly crowd….you know the ones the so-called “elites” want to kill off so there will be no one left who will remember our history of this nation; the elderly crowd that still has a conscience, honorable virtues and God loving values. And remember long lost words like “integrity” and “honor” and “trust”,
    The elderly crowd who still knows how to spell words correctly and can do mathematic problems in their heads, non on an e-gadget. You know, that elderly crowd who can still think for themselves and use good language.

    We are still out here!!!

  23. debbifaye August 12, 2014 at 2:26 pm

    Also, this is a movement towards the acceptance of the population to convert to only electronic money and no cash. Just the other day I was told at a clothing store checkout that I could return the item if the tag was still intact but then when I went to pay with cash, the clerk said items paid with cash couldn’t be returned. When the dollar crashes they will have the new electronic replacement and we all know what that means.

  24. MaryB August 12, 2014 at 4:21 pm

    Minnesota recently passed a law making it much harder for police to seize assets. They need proof it is part of a crime before they can do so

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  26. plowboy August 12, 2014 at 6:23 pm

    Another thing that can be added to these seizures of properties was President George Herbert Walker Bush’s zero tolerance policy towards drugs. In the early 90’s we had a small flight school which never made us one thin dime of profit. We did it for no other reason than to provide a way for local children to recieve flight instruction to begin their career in aviation. However during an unannounced inspection by DEA a marijuana seed was found in the carpet of one of the airplanes [we only had two] which could have been fresh or ten years old for all we know, but nonetheless we were out of the flight school business immediately. Today I own nothing, and I mean nothing but the clothes on my back and I eat out my garden, an little else. Most people that see my home couldn’t even idenify it as a house. For those of you that have one foot on earth and the other in heaven are in for a dire awakening. The best advise is in Hebrews, “You took with joy the destruction of your own belongings, knowing you have a better inheritance [in heaven]. Christ bless, be of great courage. Thanks

  27. Jeremy August 12, 2014 at 6:44 pm

    If you choose not to moderate my post, I would like to respond to Jane.

    I am 42, and have struggled to maintain a living due to economic conditions that your generation created and/or allowed. The younger generation grew up in a nation where jobs were shipped out to Vietnam, Korea, China, Mexico, Philippines, Jordan, Taiwan, etc. What couldn’t be offshored was given to green card workers, and later to illegal aliens. Where was your generation when it came to protesting this? You didn’t care about us. You didn’t do anything but keep running in circles on the left/right paradigm of Republicans and Democrats. You kept believing that Jesus would magically return to fix all the problems. You lived it up during the good times, but failed to stand guard against thieving Wall Street jews who violated every anti-trust law ever written. Your generation stood idly by while they built the “too big to fail” institutions that run this government via campaign finance. Your generation actively encouraged US Military involvement in countless atrocities around the world. You did nothing to stop US Taxpayer theft via foreign aid that was counted against future generations of American youth in terms of national debt. The list goes on and on.

    Please stop with the pity party. This nation is in this predicament because of your generation, not ours. We are stuck in a no-win situation.

  28. […] The Federal Reserve and their colleagues know that the crash is coming. Your home, your pension, your bank account are all at risk when, not if, the crash comes. Therefore, the Federal Reserve, since 2012, has spent an estimated $40 billion per month buying of mortgage backed securities in anticipation of the crash. After the crash, hard assets such as homes, office buildings and shopping malls will be valued assets in a post-dollar world. The aforementioned is an intelligent and prudent investment on the part of the Federal Reserve, not to mention that what they are doing is perfectly legal. Unfortunately, the government, as a whole,  is not waiting for an economic crash to seize personal assets as they and their cronies at the Federal Reserve are after your assets in any manner that that they can achieve seizure. The only obstacle in the way of the public theft of private assets is the United States Constitution and the Fifth Amendment.  Continues […]

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    […] The Public Theft of Private Assets Always Precedes An Economic Collapse and That Time Is Upon Us : “The American economy is living on borrowed time through the infusion of massive amounts of “printed out of thin air” cash being printed by the Federal Reserve. Anyone with an IQ above room temperature knows that the inevitable economic crash is looming on the horizon. The deficit is $17 trillion dollars and that is the good news. The unfunded liabilities debt (e.g. Social Security, Medicare, etc.) is estimated to be $240 trillion dollars. Finally, the derivatives debt that average citizens have been saddled with the burden of paying off through the infamous bailouts is now estimated to $1.5 quadrillion dollars. With the most optimistic estimates that the world’s GDP is less that $100 trillion dollars, it does not take a rocket scientist to figure out that the ability to pay off the debt through taxation and the endless bailouts is simply not possible.” […]

  31. […] The Public Theft of Private Assets Always Precedes An Economic Collapse and That Time Is Upon Us : “The American economy is living on borrowed time through the infusion of massive amounts of “printed out of thin air” cash being printed by the Federal Reserve. Anyone with an IQ above room temperature knows that the inevitable economic crash is looming on the horizon. The deficit is $17 trillion dollars and that is the good news. The unfunded liabilities debt (e.g. Social Security, Medicare, etc.) is estimated to be $240 trillion dollars. Finally, the derivatives debt that average citizens have been saddled with the burden of paying off through the infamous bailouts is now estimated to $1.5 quadrillion dollars. With the most optimistic estimates that the world’s GDP is less that $100 trillion dollars, it does not take a rocket scientist to figure out that the ability to pay off the debt through taxation and the endless bailouts is simply not possible.” […]

  32. […] This application of RICO is unconstitutional on its face and it is still being allowed. Why? Because RICO money is being used by the law enforcement agencies to enrich their department as well as to host lavish department/agency parties. This is no different than what the Mafia protection rackets attempt to achieve or the Mexican Federal Police do when Americans travel into Mexico…..MORE HERE […]

  33. chitowngirl August 13, 2014 at 11:16 am

    The Government has already signed off on the 2010 reform. The NWO was getting upset that the US didn’t sign but they finally did in April. It will be in the 2015 budget, we will start seeing more much will change in October. We are now the north american union it includes Mexico the USA and Canada. We no longer have our constitution. They will not tell the American people that this is a reset. We have joined the world to be all one currency. It will no longer be the federal reserve it will be the SDR’s of the new bretton woods. read this to understand it all more clearly. http://philosophyofmetrics.com/category/sdrs-and-the-new-bretton-woods-2/ It is being run by the same people, just diffrent name and form.

  34. Haus August 14, 2014 at 10:38 am

    Listen up clueless wonders……all this blaming going around. Do you even realize WHO is actually responsible for your misery and WHY? Read Vatican Assassins by Eric Jon Phelps. All roads lead back to Rome. This country aka corporation has served its purposes, now it is slated to be taken down. If all the clueless wonders out there get a clue and round up the minority of gangsters, then you’d have a sporting chance to turn this all around.

  35. AutoAnalyst August 14, 2014 at 5:23 pm

    We used to build things in this country. None of this should surprise anyone when they realize our #1 offering is financial services. Without a strong middle class the idea of America died a very long time ago.

    The financial elite that gained from the crisis and those leading up to it should have been tried for murder.

    No politics

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