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Infiltrated - The Financial Crisis and Its Legislative Aftermath by Jay Richards

Please join me for this free event to be held at The King's College - 5th Floor in the City Room.

Note: You must register on Eventbrite. Link below:

Event Synopsis from site:

Even if you haven’t been paying close attention for the last five years, you know that the 2008 financial crisis led to the worst recession since the Great Depression, swelled the ranks of the unemployed, and saw multibillion-dollar companies disappear overnight and millions of people either lose their homes or walk away from their mortgage contracts.

You likely have heard that the meltdown nearly crippled banks and other financial industries worldwide. You also hope that the new regulatory bodies and governmental bureaus created under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act will help prevent a recurrence.

On Tuesday, September 10th, almost exactly 5 years after Tim Geithner called for a CEO meeting at the NY Fed, author Jay W. Richards will discuss and reveal the truth about:

The latest financial regulations—what every consumer and businessperson needs to knowThe Dodd-Frank Reform Act—how it targets the wrong people and problemsElizabeth Warren and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau—what they’re really up toConsumer credit and debt—why we need to stop blaming the banksThe war against free enterprise—what you can do to fight back

You’ll meet the political ideologues and extremists whose good intentions paved the road to financial hell. You’ll witness the “blame game” in action, as politicians and the media use the 2008 meltdown as an excuse to further their own agendas. You’ll learn about the terrible consequences that sweeping government reforms have on small businesses and other industries that had nothing to do with the financial crisis.

Finally, you’ll find a special resource section of positive actions and ideas to help you stand up and speak out for your rights.

Q&A and book signing to follow.

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  • Christy

    Excited about this. But only 3 out of our 1373 members signed up for this? C'mon. This concerns the future of our country, guys. No wonder we're letting the corporations overrun us -- because we don't care enough to stand up to them :/

    If you're a fan of George Orwell's 1984 or Animal Farm, you should come. This discussion concerns these issues ;)

    September 10, 2013

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