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Gary Aguirre at Notre Dame Details SEC Corruption

Posted by Larry Doyle on January 16th, 2014 8:29 AM |

Instead of wasting three hours watching The Wolf of Wall Street, I have a much better video for you to view — and in less than half the time. Much better.

If  you really want to know what our financial regulators were doing while the destructive behaviors on Wall Street brought down our markets and our nation’s economy, find 80 minutes to watch remarks delivered recently by former SEC attorney and noted whistleblower Gary Aguirre at the University of Notre Dame. Aguirre’s remarks put a whole new spin on the moniker, Fightin’ Irish. Major props to those at ND for giving Aguirre the forum to speak and spread the truth. Other colleges and universities should be so courageous.

Gary Aguirre is a true American hero. If you cannot watch this video today, come back to it over the weekend. After you watch the clip, I guarantee you will want to share it with your friends and colleagues so they can understand how cronyism and corruption within the financial regulatory system has eroded the sense of trust and confidence that currently permeates our nation. You really need to watch this.

Navigate accordingly.

Larry Doyle

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Great American Gary Aguirre “Cross Examines” in re: SEC’s FOIA Exemption

Posted by Larry Doyle on September 17th, 2010 8:03 AM |

I truly believe this could be the single most important and enlightening commentary ever put forth at Sense on Cents. Although it is a little lengthy and has some legalese, if you care about truth, transparency, and integrity in our nation, take the time to read and review. You will be better for it. I encourage you to share it with friends and colleagues.

Washington still does not get it.

I strongly believe the deeply embedded Wall Street-Washington incestuous relationship was central to the erosion of our economic foundation. While that incest must be extirpated if we are to regain our economic standing, we continue to suffer through “show trials” dealing with the critically important topic of pursuing transparency across our political and financial landscape. Regrettably, the media in general provides limited coverage to this ongoing pursuit. To that end, I welcome banging this drum and engaging those in our nation who will ask the hard questions and put forth aggressive propositions so real transparency can be achieved. Even if the pursuit comes up short, the effort and goals are beyond worthy. Let’s navigate.

Yesterday, the House Financial Services Committee chaired by Barney Frank held a hearing to address the SEC’s exemptions from Freedom of Information requests embedded in the Financial Regulatory Reform legislation. Congressman Frank rolled out the red carpet to SEC Chair Mary Schapiro. From the testimony, Frank offers: (more…)






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