I'm not sure if that is a sarcastic reference to North Korean or Iranian imprisonment penchants or not, but Russia is not at all secretive about most things if you are on a hosted, pre-arranged visit. It is a much more open society than most people presume, and the Russian people are actually very warm to Americans unless you have some political agenda. I have a good friend who married a Russian gal and both families travel without restrictions both here and over there.
Most of my picture taking will be in The Hermitage... a true, world treasure of almost unimaginable artistic beauty. Could spend a week there and not see it all.
That video is complete horseshlt. All the two fat guys need is Chumley to qualify as The New Three Stooges. The numbers are contrived. "Two of the most profitable companies in the world over the last 3 years" ... yeah, sure... if you include $68 billion in DTAs in 2013 that were money swept as "profit" because they were not paid as taxes. The profit numbers for both GSEs over the last 5 quarters is nothing to indicate any ability to build reserves or sufficient capital buffers.
But the full court press continues. There seems to be no limit to how much money plaintiff groups will spend on videos, lobbying campaigns, blogs, meetings, conference calls, websites, academic support papers and, of course, the most expensive attorney teams that money can buy?
Sure seems like somebody is spending big to score big.
I read that the short list was Corker, Rick Scott from Florida and Christie. Everyone else else turned him down on even being vetted.
How are 25 plaintiff groups with different agendas, several of which want virtually the whole enchilada for themselves, only, going to agree on anything?
At the early onset of the crisis, 5 million homes were lost to American families. The crime would have been for government to do nothing and let this number rise to 20 million foreclosures.
I will be doing boots on the ground research throughout the month of June, primarily focused on Belgium, Estonia and Poland. Also opportunities in Western Russia where no pipeline access reaches St. Petersburg. Will report back upon my return.
NBC News just did n interview with Senator Corker and his meeting, yesterday, with Donald Trump. Interesting that Corker flew to NYC for the meeting. He was asked directly about the VP slot and replied "I have no reason to believe I am being considered as Vice President." That is politco-speak for I'm good to go, if chosen. Everybody else except Chris Christie has flat turned down the prospect with a no-how/no-wayresponse to press inquiries. Even Sarah Palin said no.
Corker makes geographic sense, being from the South (unlike Christie... hard to imagine a NY/NJ based ticket). He also makes fiscal conservativism sense, cozy with Paul Ryan and the Tea Party rabble. Hate to say it, but Corker may be the only known player willing to actually accept the role on the VP undercard.
I have all sam ID's on ignore. My time is more important to me than reading endless, largely bumped and repeated, obscenity and insanity-laced messages from a jerk. Same with chessmaster315.
Preferreds seem immune to short/long parlays and exhibit few volume spike days. Makes trendlines more sustainable and less victim to daytrading and market maker manipulation.
Are attorney groups for inter-linked plaintiffs playing her for a fool? Is there some underground document railroad feeding previously controlled documents to other, interested parties?
I certainly hope not.
Just my humble CONCERN.
It's not on the Court of Appeals website. It's not on the GSElinks website. It's not on any newswire except for the New York Times article, and a few references to same reported elsewhere.
Very, very concerning. Was this information stolen and mass-distributed in an attempt to harm the government's defense in the Fanniegate litigation circus?
Where is the authorization to handle protected documents in this manner? Is the Judge's order under seal in some protected status? LOL.
Yes, pharma, that is correct in my view. It will also cast doubt on whether it is safe to release any protected documents if it is determined these were leaked and not released by Judge Sweeney, or withing instructions issued by her court on how there were to be handled.
Nah, the absolute worst case would be a return of 19.9%of swept income, quite possibly offset by an offset by returning to the original 10% dividend terms prior to Amendment 3. Even that's a stretch.
I don't like St. Louis much, but I have to admit I laughed my u-no-watt off when that defenseman scored a last minute goal and skated by the Dallas bench, blowing them a kiss as he glided by. Classic smackdown. Well played.
I'm looking for Bolts vs. Sharks in the final. If Bishop is back, that will be an EPIC goaltending series with two of the best, ever, IMO.
Wow, you aren't just paranoid. You are actually scared to death of something getting exposed. If you don't like my content, put me on ignore and don't ever read it, again. I could care less. I have a major investment in FNMAS preferred shares that gets affected by all this Fanniegate and Documentgate stuff and I have a right to my opinions and presentation of facts as I believe them to be.
Awesome OT win last night for the Bolts. Amazing to watch Tampa dominate with Stamkos and Bishop out with injuries. Vasy played a great game in the net, again. One more and it's Finals time.
Actually, the posters on IHUB would like anybody to come post something worth discussing since all conversation now is between a few regulars that either agree with themselves, or hate and attack the very few people left that question anything but huge gains for the long "team". The same garbage posts get bumped up hundreds of times, and the 6 mods devote all their time to deleting all negative posts and sending insulting private messages, threatening the posters they don't like.
That's the status on IHUB. That's where YOU belong.
Please identify any one piece of "false propaganda" I have provided. There are none.
Documentgate is a SCANDAL, just waiting for a time and place in which to explode in the public forum.
I am very surprised that some reputable news group such as the Wall Street Journal hasn't picked up the ball and run with it.