Back in business!

•February 1, 2007 • 1 Comment

After 2 months off, Antifeds is back!

New domain name: Antifeds.com

Stay tuned for a flood of updates, but bear with me, 2 months down means alot of catching up.

Thanks for stopping by.

Neteller exec’s arrested

•January 19, 2007 • Leave a Comment

U.S. prosecutors have delivered a severe blow to online gambling companies that are flouting a U.S. ban on Internet gambling by arresting two founders of payment processor NETeller.Britain’s NETeller closed its U.S. Internet gambling services on Thursday, wiping out over 65 percent of its business, after two of its founders were arrested there this week.

NETeller is the latest target of a U.S. crackdown on online gaming, which began with the arrest of BETonSPORTS Chief Executive David Carruthers in Texas last July.

More proof that if the feds cant get a piece of the action, they outlaw it.

LAT Money Center offers mortgages to illegal aliens

•November 6, 2006 • 1 Comment

LAS VEGAS & ARLINGTON, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE)–LAT Money Centers, a Hispanic-owned financial services company, has introduced the industry’s first nationwide financing program for undocumented workers that want to buy homes. This lending program will offer loans to potential homeowners using Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITIN) and Matricula Consular IDs in lieu of social security numbers. The company announced the new initiative at the 2006 Hispanic Marketing Convention & Expo hosted by the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals this week in Las Vegas.The program will be made available to 14,000 NAHREP members in more than 48 states across the nation. “Recent industry research has shown that Hispanic homeowners are less likely to default on their home loan than other borrowing groups,” said LAT Money Centers COO Samuel Angueira. “The Hispanic community takes pride in home ownership and that results in fewer missed payments, less defaults, and a higher return for investors.”

“NAHREP’s 2004 study estimated that the market potential for these loans is conservatively $44 billion in new mortgages,” said Timothy Sandos, NAHREP President and CEO. “A number of ITIN loan pilot programs have confirmed since then that these type of loans perform as well or better than conforming loans. We applaud LAT Money Centers for being the first lender to make this kind of program available nationwide.”

LAT Money Centers is a Hispanic owned Financial Services Company that provides a variety of financial services and education to the Hispanic and Latino communities. The company is a subsidiary of Latino Bancshares, Inc., a Nevada Corporation based in Arlington, TX. Latino Bancshares, Inc. and its subsidiaries are active in Mortgage and Investment Banking, Insurance, and Real Estate.

If you would like more information concerning the Lat Family of Companies or its ITIN Lending product, please contact Hector Arroyo at the numbers listed below.

Yes, by all means we should contact these people and inform them of the illegality of their program.

LAT Money Centers
Hector Arroyo, 817-276-0888
Cell: 682-433-6259
Fax: 817-276-0999
hector@latmoneycenters.com

Lets take a look at how wrong their program is:

First encouraging an illegal alien to stay in this country is a violation of 1907 Title 8, U.S.C. § 1324

Secondly, LAT plans on having a loan program based upon the Individual Taxpayer Identification Number, which according to the IRS is to be used for reporting federal taxes ONLY.

Interestingly enough, the IRS doesn’t even accept the Matricula Consular ID as a valid form of ID to obtain a ITIN.

Furthermore, any bank that does business with an illegal alien is guilty of the crime of money laundering.

I would urge everyone to use the information provided above to contact LAT and let them know how wrong this decision is.

Too funny to ignore

•November 6, 2006 • Leave a Comment

Any story containing the words “nude” and “Waffle House” is guaranteed to be worth the read.

Article Here

No shirt, no service? What about no clothes at all? A couple that began squabbling in a motel room Friday morning carried their dispute over to an adjacent Waffle House restaurant in the nude, police said.

U.S. ranks #30 in terms of protection of privacy

•November 2, 2006 • Leave a Comment

Courtesy of USA Today

Germany and Canada are the best defenders of privacy and Malaysia and China the worst, an international rights group said in a report released Wednesday.

The United States did only slightly better, at no. 30, ranked between Israel and Thailand, with few safeguards and widespread surveillance, the group said.

Efforts to quash terrorism have eroded individual privacy protections since the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania, human rights activists have warned. Governments around the world have imposed security and immigration legislation that invades people’s private lives, they say.

In the United States, President Bush’s administration has come under fire for its warrantless domestic wiretapping program, which monitors international phone calls and e-mails to or from the United States involving people suspected by the government of having terrorist links.

I’m surprised we ranked that high and somehow managed to avoid coming in last place. The feds have shown a blatant disregard for our privacy and it seems every day they are coming up with a new excuse to intrude even more into our personal lives.

Study proves Kerry wrong

•November 1, 2006 • Leave a Comment

The Heritage Foundation has released a study that destroys the arguments made by those who claim that the poor, uneducated, and minorities are the majority of those who enlist in the military.
The entire study can be found here

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Candyass AWOL soldier runs away again

•November 1, 2006 • Leave a Comment

Courtesy of Breitbart

A U.S. Army soldier who fled to Canada rather than return to Iraq has disappeared again, this time just a day after surrendering to the military.

“I came back in good faith,” Snyder said Wednesday by phone. “I put my trust in them one more time. Why should I put my trust in them again when I can just go back to Canada?”

Why would such an obvious coward enlist in the first place?