State-Owned Banks: Putting Money Back in the Hands of the People

State-Owned Banks: Putting Money Back in the Hands of the People

Michigan has an unemployment rate of 14 percent, and has been particularly hard hit by the economic downturn. Verg Bernero, Mayor of Lansing, the state’s capital, and a leading democratic candidate for governor, proposes to relieve the state’s economic ills by opening a state-owned bank. He says the bank could protect consumers by making low-interest loans to those most in need, including students and small-businesses; it could also help community banks by buying mortgages off their books and working with them to fund development projects.

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2 Responses

  1. Hi Ellen,Thanks for all. The state bank supporters(Gov. office candidates) need a “base”.The 99 movement and foreclose movement and small business,would be natural supporters. I would love to see candidates at rallys getting their support. THANKS

  2. Hi Ellen:

    Thank you for all your great work. You are one of the top heros of The United States of America. Jim Traficant was another one when he dared (in front of Congress) to expose the USA Corporation (a private company formed in Delaware ) running the country instead of the real republic federal government under the original US Constitution.

    The link above shows you (all of us) the “proof” and comparison of the 2 constitutions.

    Check out Sheriff Mack’s informational and educational videos:

    (Sheriff Richard Mack Fed’s can’t tell States What to do)

    (Oath Keeper Sheriff Mack)

    His website:
    His telephone number is (928) 432 – 3511

    Please join me in praying that we reclaim our country soon!!!

    Aloha with love,


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