Goldman Sachs Links for April 30, 2009 from www.GoldmanSachs666.com All of the links below discuss Goldman Sachs, even if the headline might not indicate that.
QUESTIONS ABOUT GOLDMAN SACHS' ROLE IN MARKET – New York Post
SOMETHING smells fishy in the market. And the aroma
seems to be coming from Goldman Sachs.
Former Barney Frank staffer now top Goldman Sachs lobbyist – The Examiner
Dictatorship Motors or Goldman Sachs Motors? – The LRC Blog
Of Goldman, Geithner and Grifters – The New York Observer
'Goldman Conspiracy:' RICO? Or Medal of Freedom? – Market Watch
Vote: Racketeers to be indicted or revolutionary American heroes?
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