Stinkfly: Devoted to the ever-vigilant pursuit and trashing of the NWO.
Wachovia struck a deal with Federal prosecutors under which the bank admitted it didn't do enough to prevent money-laundering between criminal organizations, in which illicit funds transferred flew past the $300 billion mark.
The admission came in an agreement that Wachovia struck with federal prosecutors in March, and it sheds light on the largely undocumented role of U.S. banks in contributing to the violent drug trade that has convulsed Mexico for the past four years.
Maybe we can ask the BLM to give our wild horses a Special-Use Permit, or a right-of-way, so the horses can get a drink of water on our publicly owned land.
Senator Dodd (D- CT) revealed his plan for financial reform. It is nothing but a plan for a regulatory dictatorship.
The bottom line is that nothing has really changed ... the government is continuing to strengthen the parasite and poison the real economy. Congress is still continuing to pimp out the American people to Johns who have insatiable lusts .
The cards, provided by the Department of Social Services to help recipients feed and clothe their families, work in automated teller machines at 32 of 58 tribal casinos and 47 of 90 state-licensed poker rooms, the review found.
As he delivered his announcement, Mr. Cuomo was sitting on millions in campaign cash from the very special interests whose influence he said he wanted to limit. An analysis by The New York Times shows that of the estimated $7.1 million that the Cu
Bloomberg headline: "BP Demise Would Threaten U.S. Energy Security, Industry." Just as the failure of bankrupt banks was supposed to lead to the destruction of capitalism, so the bankruptcy of BP plc is now supposed to lead to the degeneration...
What do you do if you're a union-hated company on the verge of losing a major controversial contract with the Marines? You hire former Rep. Dick Gephardt to lobby, in a last ditch effort to save hundreds of millions of dollars.
Rigging the system for plunder and profit
A 21-year-old father-to-be was killed last Friday night by a Las Vegas Police Department narcotics officer serving a search warrant for marijuana. Trevon Cole was shot once in the bathroom of his apartment after he made what police described as "a fu
First news report I've seen showing farmers facing dead and dying crops. No question in my mind that this is fallout from BP's f**kup. What's interesting is that this is near MEMPHIS TENNESSEE!! That's a long ways (relatively) away from ARCO/CAS
A BP (BP) refinery in Indiana will be allowed to continue to dump mercury into Lake Michigan under a permit issued by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management. The permit exempts the BP plant at Whiting, Ind., 3 miles southeast of Chicago,
The Office of Congressional Ethics is investigating 8 lawmakers who held fundraisers within 48 hours of a major House vote on a Wall Street reform bill or received substantial donations from business people with a financial stake in the bill,
Our leaders have led us not to an economic crisis or an immigration crisis or an environmental crisis or a civil liberties crisis. They have led us to a crisis of faith where citizens no longer believe that laws have any determinant meaning.
BP took measures to cut costs in the weeks before the catastrophic blowout in the Gulf of Mexico as it dealt with one problem after another, prompting a BP engineer to describe the doomed rig as a "nightmare well," according to internal documents...
BP statements that one of the leaks has been contained, are “pure public relations disinformation designed to avoid panic and demands for greater action by the Obama administration.
BP made its name synonymous with "Beyond Petroleum" in 2000, rebranding itself as a company that sees a future past dependence on fossil fuels. But ten years later, the oil company is as committed to furthering their oil expansion as ever. And as t
Anxious that Wikileaks may be on the verge of publishing a batch of secret State Department cables, investigators are desperately searching for founder Julian Assange. Philip Shenon reports.