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CFPB turns its back on fair lending enforcement and reporting

     Since its inception, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) mandate was to protect consumers from discriminatory lending as well as to ensure fair access to credit. In addition to violations of the Fair Housing Act, CFPB also has the authority to refer potential violations of the Equal Credit Opportunity Act (ECOA) to the Justice Department. […]

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COMMENTARY: Is U.S. marching steadily to war with Iran?

     A war, Mr. Trump may be estimating, could “rescue” him politically, and inject more money into the Pentagon. The U.S. “war strategy” was revealed by Reps. Elissa Slotkin (D-Mich.) and Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) after a House Armed Services Committee meeting and confirmed to The Intercept by Rep. Gabbard. “We were all in that meeting with Pompeo where those statements were made,” Ms. Gabbard said. […]

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Could Jeffrey Epstein avoid Life in Prison?

    She Said: Woo hoo! Don, are you ready for the next Gloria Allred moment?  Jeffrey Epstein, former hedge fund manager and purveyor of underage girls to the rich and powerful has been indicted in New York. In my humble opinion he should burn in hell, but I’m curious to see who he throws under the bus in an effort to save his own skin. A credible victim has stepped forward who claims to have been raped at the age of 13 by Epstein AND his good buddy Donald J. Trump. Could this sordid episode finally sink the Trumptanic?! […]

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Representatives ignored support for Black residents

Georgia Republican representatives apathetic toward Blacks On March 7, 2019, Florida Democratic Congresswoman Frederica Wilson introduced house bill H.R. 1636, Commission on the Social Status of Black Men and Boys Act. Not surprising all five Georgia Democratic representatives cosponsored the bill, but none of the nine Republican representatives. […]