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Updated: 2018-02-25T21:32:00-06:00


Vaya Con Dios


While it's been a good 14-year run, it's time to put this blog to bed. My apologies to recent subscribers and a tip of the hat to recent unsubscribers. Unfortunately, all sales are final. Thank you all for reading over...

The Ins and Outs of Bank Robbery


Over the decades I have practiced bank law, many bank executives have told me that their primary fear of theft comes not from outsiders but from insiders. Like this guy in Kentucky. According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the...

Fourth Corner's "Victory"


Credit union consultant Marvin Umholtz was kind enough to alert me to the news that our favorite marijuana-fueled credit union, Fourth Corner Credit Union, had finally received what it had for so long longed: a master account with the Federal...

PHH and the CFPB: Winners and Losers


A pithy and insightful analysis of last week's "stunning" (according to one clueless media maven) decision by the full US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia that upheld the constitutionality of the CFPB's director being removable only "for...

A Modest Proposal


While the CFPB's Acting Director wards off the advances of a frustrated pretender to the throne and outrages the ideologists with threats to make the CFPB more reasonable than radical, other voices are taking a more low-key road to regulatory...

A Tangled Web Snares The Spiders


The struggle between Leandra English and Mick Mulvaney over which of the two is the "lawfully appointed" Acting Director of the CFPB continues to grind its way through the federal court system, with English being beaten about the head and...

The MSM Agrees: Sessions Spooked Banks


Although I'm beginning to make even myself nod off with marijuana related business banking stories, I'll pass this one along (h/t to Prof. Julie Anderson Hill) and then pick on something or someone else until something unusual occurs (like Jeff...

Sessions Stirs The Pot


Apparently, US Attorney General Jeff Sessions was bored last Thursday, so he decided to liven up his day by flushing a lit cherry bomb down Mary Jane's toilet and...ya' know...seeing what happens. His tersely worded memorandum that rescinded a number...

Make The Yultide Bright


Although I'll be "on holiday" for the next couple of weeks, I didn't want to leave before wishing all my millennial compadres a Very PC Christmas.

If You Blow A Whistle And No One Hears It, Has It Made a Sound?


In a story that appears to have been noticed only by a few conservative press and opinion sites, a former CFPB examiner and current "whistleblower," Cassandra Jackson, alleges that when she was an examiner for the CFPB, "her superiors at...