Occupy Wall Street literally sends a message

There is something lovely about Facebook. Every so often, in between discovering Rebecca Black and invites to Farmville, post of actual importance and substance appear. This video just appeared on my feed, courtesy of a friend of mine from college. The video is about a month old, but with the recent shut down of the […]

Skank Ass Law Firm of Steven J. Baum Puts on Worst Halloween Costume Event Ever!

The law firm of Steven J. Baum loves Halloween. The whole gang at the office gets involved. So much so that they not only spend the holiday decked out in Halloween costumes and munching on candy corn. They go all out with an office theme replete with decorations. And boy do they know how to […]

Big Banks are Murdering Houses and “Burying the Dead”

Even when the big banks are doing the right thing, they seem to have a bit of a problem with their word choices when they try to explain it to the public. According to the Washington Post, some of the nation’s largest banks, including Bank of America and Wells Fargo, have agreed to donate to […]

Top Ten Reasons to Support #OccupyWallStreet

Many of you may be wondering what those crazy, raisin-eating, patchouli-wearing, drum-beating hippies are doing blocking the streets as you’re trying to get to your Non Fat, Half-Caff, Mocha Chai Latte on your way work. Well, through the use of nonviolent Arab Spring tactics, they are just trying to rid the country of the corporate […]

Pioneer of the Economic Meltdown Backs Boehner and Republicans in Debt Fight

Boehner and his fellow Republicans met with President Obama on Wednesday to discuss the debt ceiling. Prior to the meeting Boehner’s office released a letter that lists 150 economists that have signed on to Boehner’s plan. One name on that list stood out…

Wells Fargo Flash Mob — Times Square

Not only have the banks ruined our economy but now they’re trying to ruin all our fun as well. Wells Fargo/Wachovia just recently released a video of their "Wells Fargo Flash Mob — Times Square" in New York City in which it’s obvious that they paid a large group of professional dancers, singers and musicians to show up in Times Square and perform for the crowd. Nothing about the stunt however is anything like a flash mob, nor will it erase in the minds of America what the banks and Wachovia did to millions of homeowners.