• thehelperchick commented on the blog post My Dad

    2013-01-24 13:11:55View | Delete

    Thank you for the beautiful post. I am very sorry for your loss. I enjoyed reading his posts and he will be missed by very many people.

  • thehelperchick commented on the blog post Acknowledgements

    2012-12-21 14:07:47View | Delete

    Thank you so very much for your reporting on foreclosure fraud. The information and links you provided have been invaluable to me. We move, pro se, for summary judgment soon and I couldn’t have done it without you. The very best of luck to you.

  • thehelperchick commented on the blog post A Programming Note

    2012-12-07 05:23:02View | Delete

    Thank you so very much for your coverage of the mortgage crisis and foreclosure fraud. As a victim of such, your coverage has been invaluable. You will be missed by many. Good luck in your future endeavors.

  • thehelperchick commented on the blog post Labor Income Dropped Off the Cliff Starting in 2000

    2012-09-26 16:23:08View | Delete

    Thanks Dave. My take from the chart is that Jimmy Carter had it right and Reagonomics began the decline. At least that is what the timeline suggests to me.

  • thehelperchick commented on the diary post A Must See: Young Woman’s Stunning Youtube Rant by pfiore8.

    2012-03-22 16:36:26View | Delete

    Wow. I shared it on Facebook and am sure others will as well. I am way more than 40 and find it truly unbelievabe that these clowns are trying to take us back to the dark ages and getting away with a lot of it by such dirty tricks. Keep fighting for women’s rights.

  • A Supreme Court decision in June 2010, City of Ontario, California v. Quon held a cop accountable because the policy “specifically advised employees that they should not have any expectation of privacy for their e-mail and Internet use.” Since, I’m fairly sure the feds have such a policy, he’s obviousy not a very good judge not to have known that. He should quietly step down.

  • thehelperchick commented on the blog post There Is No Foreclosure Fraud Settlement Term Sheet

    2012-02-10 19:06:03View | Delete

    First, thanks to DDay for your great coverage and insite and many others too, keep up the great work. I’m horrified at the lack of representation of “the people” in this deal. Sure, “private civil suits can continue” like they are giving something up there? And now we have bailed out the banks yet again. I have been conducting a pro se lawsuit to keep our family home out of the hands of the banksters and fight their fraudulent foreclosure(s) since August 2010, robosigned documents and all. This is not an underwater loan and after a “completed” trial period, the modification is being denied as not meeting investor’s guidelines because the value of the house is too high! So nice of our protectors to determine that such frauduent practices are okay after all. Thanks, really, thanks a lot. And the reason they won’t release the terms is so that no one can prepare a proper argument or brief against it.

  • thehelperchick became a registered member

    2012-02-10 17:58:17View | Delete