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DAVID DALLAS — Big Money, meet Bernie Sanders

When a young, unknown Senator from Illinois named Barrack Obama decided to run for the U.S. President in 2008, he got a lot of money from some peculiar groups, primarily from the U.S. financial industry. These groups had just sent the American economy into a tailspin. They knew there would be no way the American people would elect another Republican ...

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Chief adviser for new finance bureau wants to get tough on faulty foreclosures

By Ted Carter A strong and functioning consumer financial protection bureau as envisioned by the Dodd-Frank banking reform law could have prevented the current mortgage foreclosure fiasco, says Elizabeth Warren, a Harvard University law school professor appointed by President Obama to oversee development of the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Writing in a Miami Herald op-ed, Warren blamed the spread ...

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