Join THE CON on October 7th at 8:00 PM EST for a roundtable discussion about how corruption captured and crippled our financial and political systems.

The American Dream Dies Where Power Lies

From writer/director Eric Vaughan, producer Patrick Lovell and executive producer Adam Bronfman, The Con is an in-depth investigation into the 2008 financial crisis nine years in the making,  Who did it, why it happened and how our country went from “of, for and by the people,” to “of, for and by the corporation.” 

And what’s past is prologue: The heist of our democracy that includes fraudulent practices, massive credit card debt, student loans, auto loans, and the revolving door between finance and government, is still going on, and will become even worse than before.

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Explaining "The Con" with Bill Black, Eric Vaughan, and Patrick Lovell

Bill Black, Patrick Lovell, and Eric Vaughan on our National Outreach Call, talking about “The Con”, a 5-part documentary series chronicling the Wall Street greed that brought about the Great Financial Crisis and caused financial devastation that millions are still suffering.

The Con: Corruption and the Financial Systems, A Panel Discussion 2

Join us for a roundtable discussion on how corruption captured and crippled our financial and political system. We’ll be joined by special guests who have decades of experience and rare insights into why the system is broken and what can be done to fix it; Moderated by esteemed author and journalist Jesse Eisinger.

Bill Black on Bank Fraud

Bill Black, speaking about bank fraud on the Institute For New Economic Thinking and on TedX.

Nobody understands bank fraud better than Bill Black, a former regulator. He wrote a book entitled: “The Best Way to Rob a Bank is to Own One.” During the Savings & Loan crisis of the ‘80s & ‘90s, his agency made over 1,000 felony convictions.

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