Another Portland Homeowner Stands Strong Against Modern Redlining
By Pete Shaw
July 28, 2012
Story and Photos by Pete Shaw
When the clock ticks past midnight into Saturday July 28th the Multnomah County Sheriff will be able to enforce an eviction notice issued by the Circuit Court of Multnomah County on the house of Annette Steele of 4022 NE 14th Avenue. But Steele, her family, her friends, and her neighbors are not planning on her going anywhere.
Posted in Economy Economics, Housing, Land Grab, Obama and Company
Tagged banksters, class war, Foreclosure, home defense, housing fraud, Land Grab, mortgage squatters, multnomah, occupy eviction, portland oregon, subprime mortgage, TARP, wall street bailout
By Les Leopold
August unemployment numbers are ugly, yet again. Nearly 30 million Americans are still jobless or forced into part-time jobs. The Bureau of Labor Statistics official unemployment rate is 9.6%. It’s borader and more telling jobless rate (U6) of 16.7% confirms that we’re stuck in our own version of the Great Depression. We’ll need more than 22 million new jobs to bring us back to full-employment. Happy Labor Day.
To get out of this quagmire we’ll have to face up to two fundamental facts:
Posted in Economy Economics, Labor
Tagged banksters, class war, Credit Default Swaps, deregulation, economics, Labor, labor day, subprime mortgage, Unemployment, wall street greed