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Wall Street Regulation: Different Day, Same Dog$hit

Posted by Larry Doyle on October 3rd, 2012 9:05 AM |

Despite a wealth of political bluster that Wall Street has been reformed, we awake this morning to see that very little has really changed on this front. Financial regulatory reform? Not today, folks.

The simple fact is when it comes to Wall Street regulation, investors, consumers, and the American public at large are being fed the same helping of dog$hit.

We need look no further than a meeting held just yesterday of industry executives and securities regulators to see exactly this.¬† (more…)

Is Ferdinand Pecora Rolling Over in His Grave?

Posted by Larry Doyle on November 19th, 2010 6:57 AM |

Where are our statesmen?

Where are the individuals who would choose to sacrifice personal gain for our national welfare? I am not talking about mere public policy implementation. I am talking about those who would choose to pursue and embrace the truth while exposing the incestuous Wall Street-Washington relationship that has brought our nation to its knees.

Where is today’s Ferdinand Pecora when we need him? I shudder to think that the great Pecora, who led the investigation of Wall Street practices which brought on the Great Depression, might be rolling over in his grave right now. Why’s that? (more…)






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