Law and Order/Legislation

DREAM Act vote offers citizenship for service or schooling

The House voted to approve the DREAM Act, but the Senate has yet to vote. This controversial bill could mean citizenship for some immigrants.
Military

Global warming and Walmart going to the Supreme Court

Lawsuits concerning Walmart and global warming have been added to the upcoming Supreme Court docket. Both cases have massive implications...
WalMart

Jared Loughner due in court to face charges in Tuscon shooting

Jared Loughner, the suspect in the Tuscon shooting rampage, will be arraigned in court for the shootings today. He may face the death penalty.
Gabrielle Giffords

Is Applying For A Payday Loan Through A Direct Lender The Best Option?

Using a lender matching service can get you cash in as little as 2 hours. Direct lenders have a very high denial rate for applications.
Using a lender matching service can get you cash in as little as 2 hours. Direct lenders have a very high denial rate for applications.

The California Regulate, Control and Tax Cannabis Act: Part 1

California voters are set to decide if recreational marijuana should be legal in the state. What are the arguments for and against the act?
A single joint of marijuana

CARD Act could strip stay-at-home partners of financial identity

The consumer-protection CARD Act is supposed to protect consumers, but some stay-at-home spouses hit snags because they can't prove income.
Credit Card Applications

$6,500 Homebuyer Tax Credit Officially Extended to 2010

Congress today passed a bill that extends the homebuyer tax credit to 2010. There are some big changes and new exemptions...
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How Can Installment Loans Help Protect Your Credit Rating?

There are millions of people each year that ruin their credit score because they did not know they could use installment loans to pay their bills before defaulting.
There are millions of people each year that ruin their credit score because they did not know they could use installment loans to pay their bills before defaulting.

ACORN Urges Pimps and Prostitutes to Lie to the IRS

ACORN has been exposed once more, this time by BigGovernment.com. They're helping pimps and prostitutes to lie to the IRS and cheat taxpayers!
Another satisfied ACORN customer. Does he also need no fax payday loans with no credit check? (Photo: flickr.com)

Dina Wein-Reis | Making Chumps Of Corporate Giants

New York socialite Dina Wein-Reis came from humble beginnings, but worked her way up to become a $15 million per year confidence woman. Will the greedy never...
Dina Wein-Reis (Photo: fraudtalk.blogspot.com)

The Case for Walking Away

With no end in sight to rising unemployment and with foreclosure rates continuing to accelerate, people are walking away from debt and into bankruptcy court...
walking-away

Do Not Fall Behind On Your Bills - See How Short Term Loans Can Help Prevent Late Fees and Penalties.

Short term loans can help you stay current on your bills by providing quick cash so you do not rack up expensive late fees and penalty charges.
Short term loans can help you stay current on your bills by providing quick cash so you do not rack up expensive late fees and penalty charges.

Russian adoption return | U.S.-Russian adoption goes wrong

An American woman attempted to return the Russian boy she adopted to Russia by sending him back with a note pinned to his coat. READ ON...
View of a Russian orphanage with snow, trees, and a main entrance.

Soft drink tax: Colorado lawmakers may repeal after one year

After only one year, Colorado lawmakers might repeal the 2.9 percent sales tax on soda, citing everything from inequality to ineffectiveness.
Soft drink tax Colorado

Furlough of NY State workers quashed by high court

A one-day furlough for New York State workers, ordered by the governor to save emergency money, has been quashed by a judge. READ MORE...
David Paterson

How To Get A Cash Advance Even With Bad Credit and Bankruptcy On Your Record

Not many people know they are still eligible for cash advances after bankruptcy or losing their credit. There are no credit checks so bad credit does not affect eligibility.
Not many people know they are still eligible for cash advances after bankruptcy or losing their credit. There are no credit checks so bad credit does not affect eligibility.

Should Government Limit Bank Overdraft Fees?

The Associated Press reports some congressional Democrats want to draw up legislation that would limit how much banks can charge customers in overdraft fees...
With this debit transaction cost $35 more than you think?

Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens plan Papal arrest

Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens are pursuing the possibility of having Pope Benedict XVI charged with crimes against humanity…
Christopher Hitchens and Richard Dawkins are seated together poolside during a promotional tour for their books.

Grandmother Almost Uses Installment Loans to Fund Scam

Thieves are taking advantage of the elderly as they dupe them into using credit cards, savings and installment loans to aid fake grandchildren in distress...
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Keep Your Debt to Credit Ratio Down By Using Personal Loans Instead of Credit Cards

The higher your credit balance the lower your credit score may be. Personal loans online do not go on your credit report in most cases.
The higher your credit balance the lower your credit score may be. Personal loans online do not go on your credit report in most cases.

Kristina Ross arrested for tricking women into breast exams

Kristina Ross – aka Berlyn Aussieahshowna – is in jail for tricking women into bar-room breast exams. The transgender suspect isn't an M.D.
080922-N-2688M-004 SAN DIEGO (Sept. 22, 2008) Lead Mammography Technologist Carmen Waters, Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD) Breast Health Center, assists a patient preparing for a mammography. In conjunction with NMCSDs pharmacy, the Breast Health Center has started a new program called “Mammograms While You Wait” which allows patients to take the exam while their prescriptions are being filled. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Joseph Moon/Released)

Proposition 8 | Both sides promising appeals

Though the California district court case on Proposition 8 will be decided today, the case will continue. Both sides said they will appeal.
Proposition 8