Federal Judge refused to block the President’s choice to run CFPB

  Trump pick is winner, for now, in fight over consumer agency FOX Business News By Jessica Gresko and Ken Sweet November 28, 2017 WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump scored a victory Tuesday when a federal judge refused to block the president’s choice to temporarily run the nation’s top consumer financial watchdog and, for the moment, ended a two-way battle for leadership of the agency. Judge Timothy Kelly declined to stop the president from putting Mick Mulvaney in place as the acting director of the CFPB. In doing so, Kelly ruled against Leandra English, the CFPB’s deputy director, who had … Continue reading

Mulvaney Interview in Light of Change of Director of CFPB

  In light of the information I posted in my last article on this subject (http://hardnoxandfriends.com/2017/11/27/the-rage-over-a-new-director-of-cfpb/), I think this is about to get really interesting. Will the new lawsuit follow the finding of the Appeals Court or will the judge tumble down that liberal hole and attempt to override his own judicial system? Draining the Swamp ONE Agency at a time. –Uriel–

The Rage Over a new Director of CFPB

Dodd-Frank the most obnoxious of acts passed in the last twenty years. Many Republicans would like to see it rescinded. If that isn’t bad enough – the origins of this law was a proposal issued by then Professor ELIZABETH WARREN. It was signed into law in 2010 as a “knee-jerk” solution to the financial crisis of 2008. There are over 2,300 pages of the act which brought the most significant changes to financial regulation in the United States since the Great Depression of the 1930’s. True to the push for “big government,” it not only established several agencies but cloaked … Continue reading

Can you say waste and abuse?

GOP blasts $215M cost for consumer bureau office with waterfall By Tim Devaney – 07/02/14 | The Hill Republican lawmakers blasted renovation plans for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s headquarters after an inspector general report said costs could top $215 million. Federal Reserve inspector general Mark Bialek wrote that a “sound business case” cannot be made for renovating the building the agency rents at 1700 G St. NW, near the White House. When first announced four years ago, the renovation project had a $55 million pricetag. By 2012, the CFPB revised the projected cost to $95 million and again last … Continue reading