Goldman Sachs Links for May 5, 2009 from www.GoldmanSachs666.com All of the links below discuss Goldman Sachs, even if the headline might not indicate that.
Bankers Own Congress - Senator Dick Durbin
So what are you going to do about it Senator?
Berkshire's Munger Says 'Venal' Banks May Evade Needed Reform - Bloomberg
"This is an enormously influential group of people, and 90 percent of that influence is being spent to gain powers and practices that the world would be better off without,"
- Charlie Munger is Warren Buffet's partner!
Another Goldman Sachs Conspiracy Story - Joseph Weisenthal
The Great Bank Swindle - MyProps.org
Goldman Sachs - A Bad Gangster Movie - Bloomberg
In Goldman Sachs We Trust - Kenneth Galbraith, Goldman Sachs and the Crash of 1929 . . .
'Goldman Conspiracy:' RICO? Or Medal of Freedom? - Market Watch
Vote: Racketeers to be indicted or revolutionary American heroes?
Some Dark Truths About Goldman Sachs - Canada Broadcasting Corporation
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.
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