Congress Has 43,457,362 Reasons to Help Goldman Sachs
Employees of Goldman Sachs are listed as a top contributor to 55 separate members of Congress.
Harvard details how Goldman and other major players shift money to
their charitable organizations through insider trading. - I suspect such organizations are then used to buy influence at colleges through
The chairman of Goldman is a Harvard alum and donates considerably to Harvard, the head of the Berkeley's business school is also a former Goldman
employee. As you can see, both UC and Harvard are heavy contributors to the Obama campaign. Coincidence?
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