On Sunday, the NY Times wrote what is being called a "bombshell" story on President Trump's taxes, after obtaining 20 years of tax returns. Although a good read, it's old news. The bigger story that the Times has finally alluded to is that Trump is indeed on a journey to bankruptcy. Let's examine why. As … Continue reading Donald Trump’s Cradle to Grave Tax Exempt Strategy to Stave off Bankruptcy
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After President Trump fired widely respected Preet Bharara as the US Attorney for the Southern District of New York, he then personally interviewed candidates and selected Geoffrey Berman. US Attorney for Southern District of New York, Past and Current Preet Bharara Geoffrey Berman Geoffrey Berman then made two major decisions, the first was to recuse … Continue reading Robert Khuzami Should Recuse Himself From Leading Michael Cohen/Deutsche Bank Criminal Investigation
Senator McConnell's Dilemma: To Serve Patients or Investors? When evaluating health care investments it is important to analyze the structure of leading drug and medical equipment companies. A close look indeed reveals a derivative driven system in which private equity and hedge funds increase demand for drug payments by purchasing the rights … Continue reading Is Patient Health Being Mortgaged via Derivatives as Homes Were During the Financial Crisis?
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