First, Brown has NEVERworked at a major Wall Street firm. In fact, he worked at one of the most notorious boiler rooms in the USA, Westrock Advisers. Isuppose working for a scam firm qualifies one to be on CNBCwith a daily spot. What's truly amazing is that Brown never comes out and tells you that he was working at a boiler room. In fact, after his former employer for many years, Westrock Advisers lost its broker-dealer license and was shut down, Brown coincidentally decided to "reform" himself. In other words, once the boiler room operation was shut down, Brown had no business left so he created this BS that he is on your side. The fact is that no one on the side of the people would ever be covered by the media because the media is a large part of the problem. Of course, this fat boy fails to mention the media's role in securities fraud because he the media is his gravy train. For the most comprehensive list and details regarding investment con men, gold pumpers, idiots, trash media, fake truthers and more, check out the ENCYCLOPEDIA Of Bozos, Hacks, Snake Oil Salesmen & Faux Heroes . We continue to add to this massive publication constantly. Combined with all links to articles, it contains thousands of pages and hundreds of videos. http://www.avaresearch.com/articles/1458/Cnbcs-Josh-Brown-And-Stephanie-Link-Exposed-As-Idiots.html
Why Are Teach for America and a California Billionaire Investing in a Minnesota School Board Race?
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The report shows that SFER received $26,000 in outside money, some of which it spent on such things as paid canvassers and campaign infrastructure, and $4,350 of which it passed along to the 50CAN Action Fund for walk literature. Local Republican financier Benson Whitney, chair of the board of the education reform organization MinnCAN (the state-level branch of 50CAN) and a supporter of Samuels, gave $2,500 of the $26,000, while California charter school investor and SFER board member Adam Cioth provided the other $23,500 in funds. This kind of involvement in local elections is nothing new for either Cioth or Rock. In 2013, for example, Cioths group, SFER, was listed in a Progressive magazine article as one of the main funders of the pro-charter school http://www.foodmanufacture.co.uk/Manufacturing/Save-money-with-audits group A Better Connecticut, which endorsed a slate of candidates for the Bridgeport Board of Education. Cioth is also on the board of the NewSchools Venture Fund, based in California and a leader in what has been termed the venture philanthropist approach to education: one that emphasizes on technology, data and charter school growth. this link In the video below,investigative journalist David Sirota zeroes in on the profit motive behind such technology-oriented groups, which, in Sirotas words, often try to buy a big-city school board election in order to more easily tap into what is estimated to be a $790 billion K-12 market . Rock, for his part, has been investing in school board races for several years now. For example, in Atlanta in 2013, Rock and other high-profile, wealthy investors centered their support on four candidates, all of whom were identified by AlterNet as pro-charter school Teach for America alumni. http://www.truth-out.org/news/item/26700-why-are-teach-for-america-and-a-california-billionaire-investing-in-a-minnesota-school-board-race