Big Tobacco wona t have to pay $280 billion
The U.S. Supreme Court yesterday put an end to Washington's bid to fine Big Tobacco more than a quarter of a trillion dollars for violating federal racketeering law.
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#1 Jul 7, 2010
washington now fining banks 90 billion dollars. how about their regulators and the fed? how about no money down mortgages? how about the f.b.i. reports of mortgage fraud back in 2006? washington has no shot in hell. fed reserve knew it when they raised rates. they were so far behind. fannie and freddie. who will they blame for that?
#2 Jul 23, 2010
Someone in government remembered the story about killing the goose that lays the golden egg.
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