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May 032016
 By , May 3, 2016

Whoever said that crime doesn’t pay hasn’t seen Wall Street. Hey, can we all just stop complaining that our government coddles Wall Street’s big money-grubbing banks? Sure, they went belly-up and crashed our economy with their frauds, rigged casino games, and raw greed. And, yes, [more…]

Feb 102013
Are You With America or the Cayman Islands?

How the Cayman Islands and other tax havens save the rich billions, and screw the rest of us By Bernie Sanders, Reader Supported News When the greed, recklessness, and illegal behavior on Wall Street drove this country into the deepest recession since the 1930s, the [more…]

May 292012
 By , May 29, 2012
Who Needs Wall Street Giants?

JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America and the handful of other behemoths of Wall Street that dominate American banking — who needs them? After enduring years of insatiable greed by the slick-fingered hucksters who run these gambling houses; after watching in dismay as their [more…]

Jul 202010
 By , July 20, 2010
Banks to Join With Wall Street to Purchase New Government

Old one causing ‘buyer’s remorse,’ say CEOs NEW YORK – CEO’s from the nation’s top banks and Wall Street financial firms confirmed rumors today that they plan to purchase a “brand new government” to replace the old one. “We recognize that things just get old [more…]

Jan 082010
 By , January 8, 2010
Wall Street Firms, Banks Agree: Times Never Better

Calls for another ‘profitable crisis for America’ mount A Humor Times exclusive Wall Street and the major banks have joined together to call for another economic crisis, since the recent one “worked so well,” according to sources. “Our economy has had a miraculous recovery,” said [more…]

Dec 202008
 By , December 20, 2008
Obama: U.S. Too Big to Fail

Reassures “nattering nabobs of negativity” CHICAGO, IL – With the U.S. economy seemingly disintegrating right before our eyes, President-elect Barack Obama is anxious to get his new team to work on the problem. Obama has selected the “best and the brightest,” many of whom have [more…]

Nov 182008
 By , November 18, 2008

>WASHINGTON, D.C. – Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson today reassured nervous rich people that they will not be forced to endure under-$1000-a-bottle wine, smaller yachts or fewer mansions, saying, “As I told Congress, with my new financial dictatorial powers, I will do all I can to [more…]

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