- INVESTOR’S WATCHBLOG (Feb. 20, 2009): The Truth About SEC Enforcement
- CHARLES H. GREEN, HUFF. POST (Feb. 20, 2009): Mini Madoff Scandal Scales New Linguistic Heights
But the Stanford scandal has set a linguistic record–a record for creative disingenuousness.
- THOMAS KOSTIGEN’S ETHICS MONITOR (Feb. 20, 2009): Crime is Paying too Much
I would like to see part of the stimulus money go toward beefing up white-collar crime enforcement and securities regulators. Almost $4 billion of the package is geared toward state and local law enforcement, but not specifically white-collar crime.
- GOLDSEEK (Feb. 20, 2009): Not Enough SEC Eyes to Blacken
We spend trillions on a war to allegedly protect us from terrorism of the religious sort, but only spend the equivalent of a down payment on one aircraft carrier for the SEC’s annual budget.
- TRUSTED ADVISOR (Feb. 20, 2009): Madoff: Investment Fund, or Virtual Reality Game?
Investors gave Madoff money, and got back pieces of computer paper with ink on them.
How many SEC Enforcement attorneys do you think there are to protect a nation of 305 million people?