SEC should cease regulatory fraud, quit issuing SABs

From the War on Terror to the War on Wall Street, due process violations by government agencies are proliferating like nuclear weapons. Facilitated by widespread ignorance among Americans — general public, financial professions, and the federal judiciary — the pattern of abuse threatens not only American markets but the very foundations of American life.

In April 2009, the staff of the Securities and Exchange Commission took another bite out of due process by issuing without public notice or input a “Staff Accounting Bulletin” or “SAB” for the first time since December of 2007. Continue reading