Episode

7/31 Neil Barofsky, How Washington Saved Wall Street and Abandoned Main Street

July 31, 2012

Former Tarp Inspector General, Neil Barofsky joined Sam to talk about his new book “Bailout: An Insider Account of How Washington Abandoned Main Street While Rescuing Wall Street.” Neil and Sam discussed the widespread fraud in the TARP program, how the  HAMP program was designed to provide a “soft landing” for banks the revolving door between Washington and Wall Street and getting a “Bullet or Bribe” Colombian Drug Cartel Style offer from the former head of TARP, Herb Allison

On the Better Half:

Sam talked about why you may be getting a rebate check from your insurance company because of the Affordable Care Act, the Romney campaign hits the trifecta with a new oversees embarrassment, Romney also took some time out to praise Israel’s progressive National Health Care system and two new Appellate Court Rulings are in favor of the public not corporate special interests.

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