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Looting the Pension Funds: How Wall Street Robs Public Workers

Illustration by Victor Juhasz
September 26, 2013 7:00 AM ET

In the final months of 2011, almost two years before the city of Detroit would shock America by declaring bankruptcy in the face of what it claimed were insurmountable pension costs, the state of Rhode Island took bold action to avert what it called its own looming pension crisis. Led by its newly elected treasurer, Gina Raimondo – an ostentatiously ambitious 42-year-old Rhodes scholar and former venture capitalist – the state declared war on public pensions, ramming through an ingenious new law slashing benefits of state employees with a speed and ferocity seldom before seen by any local government.

Detroit's Debt Crisis: Everything Must Go

Called the Rhode Island Retirement Security Act of 2011, her plan would later be hailed as the most comprehensive pension reform ever implemented. The rap was so convincing at first that the overwhelmed local burghers of her little petri-dish state didn't even know how to react. "She's Yale, Harvard, Oxford – she worked on Wall Street," says Paul Doughty, the current president of the Providence firefighters union. "Nobody wanted to be the first to raise his hand and admit he didn't know what the fuck she was talking about."



Whistleblower Lynn Szymoniak, Accused Shyster | Richard Zombeck

Do you remember how you felt when they told you the Easter Bunny and Santa Claus weren't real? Maybe you'd figured that out on your own, or maybe you were like my younger brother and heard it from me when you were five years old -- he's still recovering from that trauma. I may as well have told him that the crew members from Sesame Street were


Meet The Monster Of The Housing Market: Presenting Vampire REOs Where Half Of Americans Live Mortgage-Free | Zero Hedge

Over a year ago, in addition to the money-laundering aspect (confirmed previously) and the REO-To-Rent scramble by PE firms and hedge funds (which is now over as PE become active sellers of apartment rental properties), we highlighted the third implicit subsidy to the housing non-recovery: Foreclosure stuffing. We explained this scheme by banks


New York Attorney General Announces Lawsuit against Wells Fargo

New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announced a lawsuit against Wells Fargo on Wednesday. He is suing the bank for failing to comply with commitments from a 2012 mortgage settlement.

According to Schneiderman, Wells Fargo has failed to promptly respond to borrowers who are seeking loan modifications. He said delays and poor service cause


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A few years ago, there was a lot of media hype about "producing the original note." There was almost equal response from the mortgage/foreclosure industry that the original note wasn't important and that reasonable facsimiles that were attested to as being "true and accurate copies of the original" were/are good enough to demonstrate that the current "bearer" of the copy is the rightful note holder and, therefore, has title and interest in the promissory note and has legal standing to foreclose.

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