Questions swirl around Rep. Jackson's absence Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr., who took a leave of absence from congress last month due to unspecified "physical and mental" problems, is starting to get flack from his fellow Democrats and constituents about the secrecy surrounding his ailments. Sen. Dick ... 07/11/2012 - 3:35 am | View Link
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In watching the Seattle City Council’s ritual of passing whereas-heavy, symbolic resolutions over the years, an observer can come way believing the Council’s prime purpose in life is to send demonstrators home happy. The response to oil trains, arriving in every greater numbers, is the latest example of Seattle’s insular, echo chamber politics. Its […]
The House has reconvened to consider the immigration bill approved by Sen. Ted Cruz and Reps. Michele Bachmann and Steve King. Because they're now the GOP's point people on immigration, apparently. Suck on that, Marco Rubio. With the approval of the whack-job caucus, you know there's some ugly stuff in the two bills they'll be voting on tonight, one on appropriations, one on President Barack Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
The appropriations bill, which was $659 million on Thursday night, will now include an additional $35 million to bolster National Guard resources at the U.
There is clearly no separation of church and plate at Mary's Gourmet Diner in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. The pious ("pie"-us?) proof has been delivered unto the social media masses in the form of a picture of a receipt from the restaurant, showing a 15% discount applied for "Praying in Public." The tab belonged to Jordan Smith, who had traveled to Winston-Salem for a business trip and stopped for breakfast at Mary's with two colleagues Wednesday morning.
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray
If the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has done nothing else, it has demonstrated just how loathsome the too-big-to-fail banks are to Americans. (And it has done much else—just this year it has fined Bank of America $727 million for illegal credit card practices, fined mortgage companies for deceptive practices, and dinged a payday lender for $10 million.) America's big banks, mortgage services, student loan servicing companies, and debt collectors are really not popular among the public, judging by the number of complaints the CFPB has received about them, as documented by Mother Jones.
In June 2012, the CFPB launched a consumer help center where Americans can lodge complaints against banks and financial institutions they believe are ripping them off.