Daily Archives: July 16, 2010

Carte Goodwin Senate appointment unlocks unemployment extension

Carte Goodwin will replace the late Robert Byrd, and his vote is expected to pass an unemployment extension held up by Senate Republicans.
A portrait of Senator Robert Byrd

The Obama Deception: Follow the money — both ways

One of Alex Jones' most recent films, The Obama Deception, asks viewers to follow the money. What happens when you trace it both ways? READ ON...
Alex Jones

Online payday loans in the middle of nowhere

Our trip started off great, but it didn't end the same. Luckily, we were able to get online payday loans in the middle of nowhere. READ MORE
Man in a long-sleeved blue shirt smiling.

Payday loan APR Fees and How They Compare To Other Financing Rates

A fee of $32 on a $100 bounced check can have an APR as high as 2,336%. You would be surprised to see how other fees measure up.
A fee of $32 on a $100 bounced check can have an APR as high as 2,336%. You would be surprised to see how other fees measure up.

Federal agents raid Medicare fraud operations

Federal agents raided medicare fraud operations in five states, charging 94 people for stealing more than $251 million from the Medicare system.
FBI agents engaged in a raid

Senate Ethics Committee investigates VIP loans

VIP mortgages or "sweetheart loans" given to some Senate staffers have tipped off an investigation of possible ethics violations. READ MORE...
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