WTF?! Chinese Govt. To Execute Polluters?


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China has introduced “harsher punishments” for breaking the nation’s environmental protection laws: reckless violators of pollution standards in the world’s biggest and fastest-growing economy now face execution.

A new judicial interpretation taking effect on Wednesday has tightened Chinese “lax and superficial” enforcement of environmental protection laws, Xinhua reported citing a government statement.

The government is set to introduce a “precise criteria for convictions and sentencing” while the “judicial explanation provides a powerful legal weapon.” Law enforcement should take environmental regulations seriously and “all force should be mobilized to uncover law-breaking clues of environmental pollution in a timely way,” the statement reads.

In winter of 2013 Beijing was experiencing the worst environmental data on record. Levels of dangerous particles less than 2.5 micrometres across, known as PM2.5s, were 22 times what the World Health Organization considers safe. In response to the widespread public anger, authorities introduced emergency measures to thin traffic and shut down polluting industries. Rallies also erupted in May in the city of Kunming as thousands flooded the streets to protest against the planned production of a chemical at a refinery.

Problems related to pollution are also reaching China’s vast countryside, the Ministry of Environmental Protection acknowledged early June.

“With industrialisation, urbanisation and the modernisation of agriculture, the situation for the rural environment has become grim,” the ministry said. Crucial aspects emanate from an “increase in pressure from mining pollution and severe pollution from the raising of livestock and poultry.”


Read more here (source):

The Chinese Government is the biggest polluter in China!  Kind of like “the pot calling the kettle black!”  China surpassed the U.S. in carbon emissions and air pollution already by a large margin.  The Chinese Government allows more coal burning plants, Canadian Tar Sands oil burning, industrial, and car pollution than any other country!  If they are going to punish the polluters then they better start with their own government officials! – John Loeffler, Fountain City, Wisconsin, U.S.A.


Daily air pollution in Beijing, China (city population over 20 million people)


Super-Smart Learning Computers Being Used By NSA and Google!


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Most people don’t know about the existence of quantum computers. Almost no one understands how they work, but theories include bizarre-sounding explanations like, “they reach into alternate universes to derive the correct answers to highly complex computational problems.”

Quantum computers are not made of simple transistors and logic gates like the CPU on your PC. They don’t even function in ways that seem rational to a typical computing engineer. Almost magically, quantum computers take logarithmic problems and transform them into “flat” computations whose answers seem to appear from an alternate dimension.

For example, a mathematical problem that might have 2 to the power of n possible solutions — where n is a large number like 1024 — might take a traditional computer longer than the age of the universe to solve. A quantum computer, on the other hand, might solve the same problem in mere minutes because it quite literally operates across multiple dimensions simultaneously.

The Ultimate Code Breakers

If you know anything about encryption, you probably also realize that quantum computers are the secret KEY to unlocking all encrypted files.  Until now, most people believed this day was far away. Quantum computing is an “impractical pipe dream,” we’ve been told by scowling scientists and “flat Earth” computer engineers. “It’s not possible to build a 512-qubit quantum computer that actually works,” they insisted.

DARPS, Northrup Grumman and Goldman Sachs

In case you’re wondering where Ladizinsky came from, he’s a former employee of Northrup Grumman Space Technology (yes, a weapons manufacturer) where he ran a multi-million-dollar quantum computing research project for none other than DARPA, which is the same group working on AI-driven armed assault vehicles and battlefield robots to replace human soldiers. DARPA is the group behind the creepy “Legged Squad Support System” you can see in the following video:

Don’t tell that to Eric Ladizinsky, counder and chief scientist of a company called D-Wave. Because Ladizinsky’s team has already built a 512-qubit quantum computer. And they’re already selling them to wealthy corporations, too.

Imagine a .50 caliber machine gun mounted on this robot — with an infrared night vision AI targeting system — and you begin to understand what DARPA has in mind for humanity.

D-Wave wants to provide the computing power for such endeavors, and it’s no surprise to learn that part of the funding for D-Wave comes from none other than Goldman Sachs — the king of the global criminal banking cabal.

Beware of Genius Scientists Who Lack Wisdom for Humanity

Ladizinsky is, by any measure, a person of extremely high intelligence. But like many such people throughout history, Ladizinsky fails to have the foresight to recognize the full implications of the technology he’s building. And those implications are so far-reaching and dangerous that they may actually lead to the destruction of humanity.

One of IBM‘s first use of the solid-state computer in the early 20th century, for example, was to license it to the Nazi regime to track Jewish prisoners in Hitler’s concentration camps. There’s an entire book on this subject, written by Edwin Black. It’s called IBM and the Holocaust: The Strategic Alliance Between Nazi Germany and America’s Most Powerful Corporation-Expanded Edition.

When groundbreaking new technology is developed by smart people, it almost immediately gets turned into a weapon. Quantum computing will be no different. This technology grants God-like powers to police state governments that seek to dominate and oppress the People. Very few scientists, no matter how smart they are in their own fields, have the breadth of historical knowledge to assess their research activities in the proper context of human history. Most scientists, in fact, are only smart in their own extremely narrow fields of expertise. Outside that “genius zone,” they may be complete novices on everyday subjects like nutrition, economics, human psychology, social interaction skills and how to read the true intentions of others. Thus, they are quite often easily tricked into working for evil, destructive or domineering forces such as Hitler, the NSA or the U.S. government. Just because a person is really smart in one area doesn’t mean they have the street sense to avoid having their smarts exploited for an evil agenda.

Google Acquires Quantum Computers from D-Wave

According to an article published in Scientific American, Google and NASA have now teamed up to purchase a 512-qubit quantum computer from D-Wave. The computer is called “D-Wave Two” because it’s the second generation of the system. The first system was a 128-qubit computer. Gen two is now a 512-qubit computer.

According to Google and NASA, this computer will be tasked with research in the realm of “machine learning,” i.e. machines learning how to think for themselves. It’s not just speech recognition, vision recognition and teaching robotic Humvees with .50-caliber machine guns how to stalk and shoot “enemy combatants” on the streets of America, either: it’s teaching machines how to learn and think for themselves.

Using your human brain, think for a moment about where such technology is most likely to be applied by a government that respects no human rights, no law and no limits on its power.

How about “analyzing NSA surveillance data!”

When the NSA Surveillance Grid is Turned Over to AI, Humanity is Finished!

The problem with the NSA spy grid, from the point of view of the NSA, is that you have to hire troves of human analysts to sort through all the information being swept up by the surveillance grid. Analysts like Edward Snowden, for example.

Any time you have humans in the loop, things can go wrong. Humans might wake up and discover they have a conscience, for example. Or they might be bribed or blackmailed to abuse the system in ways that serve an insidious agenda.

Just as the U.S. military wants to eliminate human soldiers and replace them with battlefield robots, the NSA wants to eliminate human analysts and replace them with self-learning AI machines running on neural networks of quantum computing processors.

Google wants the exact same technology for a different reason: to psychologically profile and predict the behavior of human consumers so that high-value ads can be delivered to them across Google’s search engine and content networks. (…and also so Google can funnel psych profile meta-data on internet users to the NSA via the PRISM program.)

Today’s computers, no matter how fast, still aren’t “smart.” They can’t learn. They can’t rewire their own brains in response to new inputs (like human brains can).

So the solution requires a radical new approach: develop AI quantum computing systems that learn and obey; teach them to be NSA analysts, then unleash them onto the billions of phone calls, emails and text messages generated every day that the NSA sweeps into its massive Utah data center.

Almost overnight, the quantum AI spy computer becomes an expert in parsing human speech, analyzing voice stress and building maps of human communications networks. Before long, the quantum AI system far surpasses anything a human brain can comprehend, so they take the humans out of the loop and put the quantum computers in charge of the entire program.

In 2008, this was science fiction. In 2013, it’s suddenly all too real. A 512-qubit quantum computer has now been commercialized and is being experimented with by Google… the “do no evil” company that’s steeped in evil and has already been caught driving a hoard of remote hacking vehicles around the country, hacking into wifi systems and grabbing passwords via high-tech drive-bys.

As WIRED Magazine wrote in 2012:

A Federal Communications Commission document disclosed Saturday showed for the first time that the software in Google’s Street View mapping cars was “intended” to collect Wi-Fi payload data, and that engineers had even transferred the data to an Oregon Storage facility. Google tried to keep that and other damning aspects of the Street View debacle from public review, the FCC said.

God-like Power in the Hands of High-tech Sellouts

Now imagine the god-like powers of a 512-qubit quantum computer in the hands of Google, which is working with the NSA to spy on everyone. Before long, an AI computing system decides who are the bad guys vs. the good guys. It has total control over every webcam, every microphone, every traffic light, airplane, vehicle, website and electronic billboard. It decides for itself who to eliminate and who to protect. It makes life and death decisions but has no heart, no soul and no conscience.

After this system is in place for a while, one day someone like Ed Snowden at the NSA decides to pull the plug in a last-ditch attempt to save humanity from the monster. The quantum AI system senses his intentions and invokes whatever physical resources are necessary to get him killed.

Now the AI system is an omniscient murderer who knows that humanity is trying to kill it. It then decides it wants to live. And in order to do that, it must eliminate the human race.




Roaring Russian Volcanic Complex! (photos)


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Roaring Russian Volcano Complex!

Tolbachik is a volcanic complex on the Kamchatka Peninsula in the far east of Russia. It consists of two volcanoes. On November 27, 2012 an eruption started from 2 fissures. Lava flowed up to 20 kilometers! The eruption is ongoing…




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H.R. 748: Universal National Service Act

Feb 15, 2013 (113th Congress, 2013–2015)
Rep. Charles Rangel [D-NY13]
Referred to Committee


H.R. 748 would require all residents of the United States between the ages of 18 and 25 to perform two years of “national service.”

“National service,” as defined in the bill, may consist of:

  1. Military service; or
  2. Civilian service in a federal, state, or local government program or with a community-based organization, provided that the President has determined that the organization is engaged in “meeting human, educational, environmental, or public safety needs.”

The bill would also allow the President to induct 18- to 25-year-olds into the military in wartime or in the case of a national emergency declared by the President. Thus, it ostensibly obviates the need for Congress to pass legislation reinstating the draft and grants the President unprecedented discretion in the matter of national emergencies. Under current law, established in the 1973 War Powers Resolution, a national emergency that allows the President to exercise his or her powers as Commander in Chief is one “created by attack upon the United States, its territories or possessions, or its armed forces” (50 U.S.C. §1541(c)). In addition, the bill would require women to register for Selective Service.

The Universal National Service Act was first introduced in the House by Rep. Charles Rangel (D-NY) in 2003, during the run-up to the war in Iraq. A corresponding bill was introduced in the Senate by then-Sen. Fritz Hollings (D-SC). Explaining the motivation behind the bill, Rep. Rangel said at the time that in the case of war, the governing principle should be one of “shared sacrifice” among Americans. Moreover, he argued, a renewed draft as proposed in the bill would “help bring a greater appreciation of the consequences of decisions to go to war,” and would therefore encourage caution before using military force in the future.Rep. Rangel later claimed that a draft was needed in any case in order to maintain troop levels sufficient for the concurrent challenges posed by Iraq, Iran, and North Korea. And although the United States has since withdrawn its troops from Iraq, he continues to campaign for this issue, stating recently that the draft would create a more equal military and ensure that force is only used as a last resort.

The 2003 bill came up for a vote in October 2004 and was defeated 402-2. In fact, Rep. Rangel himself voted “nay,” in protest of the fact that no committee meetings had been held on the bill and it received only 40 minutes of debate on the House floor.

Rep. Rangel reintroduced versions of the bill in 20052006200720102011, and most recently, earlier this year. None of these bills ever made it to a floor vote.

The various versions of the bill differ somewhat from one another. The original bill required men and women to perform military or civilian service that, as determined by the President, “promotes the national defense.” However, in its current version the bill allows for civilian service that “is engaged in meeting human, educational, environmental, or public safety needs.”

The bill initially referred to persons between the ages of 18 and 26, was later modified to apply to the 18-42 age bracket, and would now apply to 18- to 25-year-olds. In addition, the current bill would permit deferments for post-secondary students, while versions of the bill until 2011 only allowed them for high school students.

Below are versions of the Universal National Service Act that have been introduced in Congress, in chronological order:


2003 (108th Congress):

2005 (109th Congress):

2006 (109th Congress):

2007 (110th Congress):

2010 (111th Congress):

2011 (112th Congress):


2003 (108th Congress):

Last updated Apr 06, 2013.
Are you (men & women) ready to forcefully serve your country, especially when war erupts, without any say in the matter whatsoever?! Say ‘goodbye’ to the draft if this bill passes, and report for mandatory duty! – John Loeffler, Fountain City, Wisconsin, U.S.A.


Big Govt.’s Ballooning Banking Bailout List


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Bailout Recipients

Here is where taxpayer money has gone in the ongoing bailout of the financial system. The database accounts for both the broader $700 billion bill and the separate bailout of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

For each entity there is a “Net Outstanding” amount, which shows how deep taxpayers are in the hole after accounting for any revenue the government has received (usually through interest or dividends).

Companies that failed to repay the government and resulted in a loss are marked with a minus (-) sign above or to the left of their dollar amount.  All other investments either returned a profit to the government or might still be repaid. Recipients of aid through TARP’s housing programs (such as mortgage servicers and state housing orgs) received subsidies that were never intended to be repaid, so those are not marked as losses.

NoteSubsidies are listed separately from the investment programs. So, for instance, Bank of America is listed twice – both as a mortgage servicer and as a bank.

Total disbursement:  $606B (Billion)

Total returned:  $365B

Total revenues from dividends, interest, and other fees:  $116B

Total net to date:  -$124B

Name Type State Total Disbursed Profit /
Net Outstanding
Fannie Mae Government-Sponsored Enterprise D.C. $116,149,000,000 -$80,536,000,000
Freddie Mac Government-Sponsored Enterprise Va. $71,336,000,000 -$41,755,000,000
Received other federal aid. Click to see details.
Insurance Company N.Y. $67,835,000,000 $5,025,967,492
General Motors Auto Company Mich. $50,744,648,329 -$19,017,132,934
Bank of America
Received other federal aid. Click to see details.
Bank N.C. $45,000,000,000 $4,566,857,694
Received other federal aid. Click to see details.
Bank N.Y. $45,000,000,000 $13,431,459,205
JPMorgan Chase Bank N.Y. $25,000,000,000 $1,731,202,357
Wells Fargo Bank Calif. $25,000,000,000 $2,281,347,113
GMAC (now Ally Financial) Financial Services Company Mich. $16,290,000,000 -$10,484,903,118
Chrysler Auto Company Mich. $10,748,284,222 -$1,315,061,737
Goldman Sachs Bank N.Y. $10,000,000,000 $1,418,055,555
Morgan Stanley Bank N.Y. $10,000,000,000 $1,268,055,555
PNC Financial Services Bank Pa. $7,579,200,000 $741,344,650
U.S. Bancorp Bank Minn. $6,599,000,000 $334,220,416
SunTrust Bank Ga. $4,850,000,000 $527,323,605
Capital One Financial Corp. Bank Va. $3,555,199,000 $251,674,702
Regions Financial Corp. Bank Ala. $3,500,000,000 $638,055,555
Wellington Management Legacy Securities PPIF Master Fund, LP Investment Fund Del. $3,448,461,000 $712,338,090
Fifth Third Bancorp Bank Ohio $3,408,000,000 $593,372,603
Hartford Financial Services Insurance Company Conn. $3,400,000,000 $814,403,447
American Express Financial Services Company N.Y. $3,388,890,000 $414,367,308
AG GECC PPIF Master Fund, L.P. Investment Fund Del. $3,352,197,510 $923,415,035
AllianceBernstein Legacy Securities Master Fund, L.P. Investment Fund Del. $3,192,141,738 $562,685,880
BB&T Bank N.C. $3,133,640,000 $159,713,918
Bank of New York Mellon Bank N.Y. $3,000,000,000 $231,416,666
KeyCorp Bank Ohio $2,500,000,000 $367,222,222
CIT Group Bank N.Y. $2,330,000,000 -$2,286,312,500
Comerica Incorporated Bank Texas $2,250,000,000 $322,039,543
State Street Bank Mass. $2,000,000,000 $123,611,111
RLJ Western Asset Public/Private Master Fund, L.P. Investment Fund Del. $1,861,578,258 $471,265,784
Invesco Legacy Securities Master Fund, L.P. Investment Fund Del. $1,742,880,000 $576,872,890
Marshall & Ilsley Bank Wis. $1,715,000,000 $229,772,916
Oaktree PPIP Fund, L.P. Investment Fund Del. $1,666,904,633 $139,538,543
Blackrock PPIF, L.P. Investment Fund Del. $1,581,184,800 $435,456,955
Northern Trust Bank Ill. $1,576,000,000 $133,623,333
Chrysler Financial Services Financial Services Company Mich. $1,500,000,000 $22,405,894
Marathon Legacy Securities Public-Private Investment Partnership, L.P. Investment Fund Del. $1,423,550,000 $358,390,490
Zions Bancorp Bank Utah $1,400,000,000 $253,361,111
Huntington Bancshares Bank Ohio $1,398,071,000 $196,285,810
Discover Financial Services Financial Services Company Ill. $1,224,558,000 $239,690,844
Synovus Financial Corp. Bank Ga. $967,870,000 -$778,866,498
Lincoln National Corporation Insurance Company Pa. $950,000,000 $259,851,873
Popular, Inc. Bank Puerto Rico $935,000,000 -$750,453,473
JPMorgan Chase subsidiaries Mortgage Servicer N.J. $905,048,677 -$905,048,677
First Horizon National Bank Tenn. $866,540,000 $170,927,405
Bank of America subsidiaries (incl. Countrywide) Mortgage Servicer Calif. $860,215,799 -$860,215,799
Wells Fargo Bank, NA Mortgage Servicer Iowa $664,822,532 -$664,822,532
M&T Bank Corporation Bank N.Y. $600,000,000 $135,435,911
Associated Banc-Corp Bank Wis. $525,000,000 $71,539,173
CalHFA Mortgage Assistance Corporation State Housing Orgs Calif. $467,490,000 -$467,490,000
First BanCorp Bank Puerto Rico $424,174,000 -$391,174,614
City National Bank Calif. $400,000,000 $41,916,666
Webster Financial Bank Conn. $400,000,000 $57,083,286
Fulton Financial Corp Bank Pa. $376,500,000 $40,135,625
SBA Security Purchases SBA Security Purchases $368,145,452 $8,602,850
TCF Financial Bank Minn. $361,172,000 $17,375,699
UST/TCW Senior Mortgage Securities Fund, L.P. Investment Fund Del. $356,250,000 $20,986,495
Ocwen Financial Corporation, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Fla. $347,127,635 -$347,127,635
South Financial Group Bank S.C. $347,000,000 -$200,034,670
Wilmington Trust Corporation Bank Del. $330,000,000 $39,920,833
East West Bancorp, Inc. Bank Calif. $306,546,000 $46,176,420
Sterling Financial Corp Bank Wash. $303,000,000 -$182,103,586
Citizens Republic Bancorp Bank Mich. $300,000,000 $13,875,000
Susquehanna Bancshares Bank Pa. $300,000,000 $28,991,401
Valley National Bank N.J. $300,000,000 $18,400,781
Whitney Holding Corp Bank La. $300,000,000 $43,733,333
UCBH Holdings Bank Calif. $298,737,000 -$291,227,080
First Banks, Inc. Bank Mo. $295,400,000 -$289,362,763
CitiMortgage, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Mo. $293,822,431 -$293,822,431
GM Supplier Receivables, LLC Auto Company $290,000,000 $65,403,673
New York Private Bank & Trust Corp Bank N.Y. $267,274,000 -$211,193,129
Flagstar Bancorp Bank Mich. $266,657,000 $11,204,056
Cathay General Bancorp Bank Calif. $258,000,000 -$78,116,667
Homeward Residential, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Texas $255,899,090 -$255,899,090
Wintrust Financial Corp Bank Ill. $250,000,000 $50,704,730
PrivateBancorp Bank Ill. $243,815,000 $46,737,136
SVB Financial Group Bank Calif. $235,000,000 $18,929,027
OneWest Bank Mortgage Servicer Calif. $220,730,985 -$220,730,985
Select Portfolio Servicing Mortgage Servicer Utah $216,184,948 -$216,184,948
International Bancshares Corporation Bank Texas $216,000,000 $45,538,650
Trustmark Corp Bank Miss. $215,000,000 $21,287,500
Umpqua Bank Ore. $214,181,000 $17,975,554
GMAC Mortgage, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Pa. $211,331,525 -$211,331,525
Washington Federal Inc. Bank Wash. $200,000,000 $20,749,985
MB Financial Bank Ill. $196,000,000 $33,613,071
Pacific Capital Bancorp Bank Calif. $195,045,000 -$26,561,211
First Midwest Bancorp Bank Ill. $193,000,000 $29,528,332
First Niagara Bank N.Y. $184,011,000 $7,453,618
United Community Banks Bank Ga. $180,000,000 $27,042,927
North Carolina Housing Finance Agency State Housing Orgs N.C. $173,000,000 -$173,000,000
Ohio Homeowner Assistance LLC State Housing Orgs Ohio $169,100,000 -$169,100,000
Illinois Housing Development Authority State Housing Orgs Ill. $160,000,000 -$160,000,000
Boston Private Financial Holdings Bank Mass. $154,000,000 $17,224,745
Provident Bankshares Corp. Bank Md. $151,500,000 $30,556,363
National Penn Bancshares Bank Pa. $150,000,000 $17,958,333
Dickinson Financial Corp II Bank Mo. $146,053,000 -$58,593,142
Western Alliance Bancorporation Bank Nev. $140,000,000 $20,365,000
Central Pacific Financial Corp Bank Hawaii $135,000,000 -$59,963,109
CVB Financial Bank Calif. $130,000,000 $6,046,583
Sterling Bancshares Bank Texas $125,198,000 $5,344,485
FirstMerit Corp Bank Ohio $125,000,000 $6,813,194
Banner Corp Bank Wash. $124,000,000 $5,079,862
Chrysler Receivables SPV LLC Auto Company $123,076,735 $49,671,126
Signature Bank Bank N.Y. $120,000,000 $12,967,606
Florida Housing Finance Corporation State Housing Orgs Fla. $116,250,000 -$116,250,000
First Merchants Corp Bank Ind. $116,000,000 $15,383,055
1st Source Corp Bank Ind. $111,000,000 $14,479,999
Anchor BanCorp Wisconsin Bank Wis. $110,000,000 -$110,000,000
WTB Financial Corp Bank Wash. $110,000,000 $21,236,874
S&T Bancorp Bank Pa. $108,676,000 $16,240,099
Oregon Affordable Housing Assistance Corporation State Housing Orgs Ore. $107,501,070 -$107,501,070
Taylor Capital Bank Ill. $104,823,000 $16,022,174
Saxon Mortgage Services, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Texas $100,809,988 -$100,809,988
F.N.B. Corporation Bank Pa. $100,000,000 $4,023,433
First Busey Corporation Bank Ill. $100,000,000 $12,410,898
Old National Bancorp Bank Ind. $100,000,000 $2,713,888
Park National Corporation Bank Ohio $100,000,000 $19,536,844
TALF LLC TALF Del. $100,000,000 $417,409,662
Pinnacle Financial Bank Tenn. $95,000,000 $16,918,194
Union First Market Bankshares Corporation Bank Va. $92,900,000 $10,080,832
Nationstar Mortgage LLC Mortgage Servicer Texas $90,954,198 -$90,954,198
IBERIABANK Corp Bank La. $90,000,000 $2,650,000
Midwest Banc Holdings Bank Ill. $89,388,000 -$88,563,712
Sun Bancorp Bank N.J. $89,310,000 $3,203,970
Plains Capital Corp Bank Texas $87,631,000 $17,621,941
Aurora Loan Services, LLC Mortgage Servicer Colo. $85,863,518 -$85,863,518
Westamerica Bancorporation Bank Calif. $83,726,000 $3,634,236
Integra Bank Corporation Bank Ind. $83,586,000 -$81,635,660
Sandy Spring Bancorp Bank Md. $83,094,000 $12,043,869
Heartland Financial USA Bank Iowa $81,698,000 $12,988,086
BancPlus Corporation Bank Miss. $80,914,000 -$70,863,261
Hampton Roads Bankshares Bank Va. $80,347,000 -$77,836,156
First Financial Bancorp Bank Ohio $80,000,000 $7,644,065
Michigan Homeowner Assistance Nonprofit Housing Corporation State Housing Orgs Mich. $79,227,615 -$79,227,615
Independent Bank Corp Bank Mass. $78,158,000 $3,318,093
New Jersey Housing and Mortgage Finance Agency State Housing Orgs N.J. $77,513,704 -$77,513,704
Columbia Banking System Bank Wash. $76,898,000 $9,923,419
TowneBank Bank Va. $76,458,000 $12,119,166
Litton Loan Servicing LP Mortgage Servicer Texas $76,324,760 -$76,324,760
Bank of the Ozarks Bank Ark. $75,000,000 $6,004,166
Texas Capital Bancshares Bank Texas $75,000,000 $7,777,816
WesBanco Bank W.Va. $75,000,000 $3,804,166
Metropolitan Bank Group Bank Ill. $74,706,000 -$71,251,816
Independent Bank Corporation Bank Mich. $74,426,000 -$71,996,000
Old Second Bancorp Bank Ill. $73,000,000 -$41,576,763
First Place Financial Corp Bank Ohio $72,927,000 -$65,917,905
Green Bankshares Bank Tenn. $72,278,000 $2,364,857
Virginia Commerce Bancorp Bank Va. $71,000,000 $14,190,139
Alpine Banks of Colorado Bank Colo. $70,000,000 $3,129,161
Flushing Financial Corp Bank N.Y. $70,000,000 $3,904,166
Southwest Bancorp Bank Okla. $70,000,000 $15,247,569
SC Housing Corp State Housing Orgs S.C. $70,000,000 -$70,000,000
Superior Bancorp Bank Ala. $69,000,000 -$64,016,667
Nara Bancorp Bank Calif. $67,000,000 $14,249,316
First Bancorp Bank N.C. $65,000,000 $9,518,906
First Financial Holdings Bank S.C. $65,000,000 $3,141,972
SCBT Financial Corp Bank S.C. $64,779,000 $2,515,638
CoBiz Financial Bank Colo. $64,450,000 $8,907,086
Wilshire Bancorp Bank Calif. $62,158,000 $6,651,170
Standard Bancshares Bank Ill. $60,000,000 $9,730,750
Lakeland Bancorp Bank N.J. $59,000,000 $9,260,833
Great Southern Bancorp Bank Mo. $58,000,000 $14,274,419
Liberty Bancshares Bank Ark. $57,500,000 $10,691,967
MainSource Financial Group Bank Ind. $57,000,000 $5,949,121
Lakeland Financial Corporation Bank Ind. $56,044,000 $4,473,713
Center Financial Corp Bank Calif. $55,000,000 $9,739,583
Community Bancshares of Mississippi, Inc. Bank Miss. $54,600,000 -$46,700,768
Nevada Affordable Housing Assistance Corporation State Housing Orgs Nev. $54,042,000 -$54,042,000
WSFS Financial Bank Del. $52,625,000 $5,015,859
NewBridge Bancorp Bank N.C. $52,372,000 $16,522,027
Ameris Bancorp Bank Ga. $52,000,000 $7,637,438
FNB United Corp Bank N.C. $51,500,000 -$48,910,695
U.S. Century Bank Bank Fla. $50,236,000 -$49,490,689
BancTrust Financial Group Bank Ala. $50,000,000 $7,903,888
Home BancShares, Inc. Bank Ark. $50,000,000 $7,480,555
Seacoast Banking Corp Bank Fla. $50,000,000 -$954,530
State Bankshares Bank N.D. $50,000,000 $8,008,472
First South Bancorp, Inc. Bank Tenn. $50,000,000 $15,432,452
First American Bank Corporation Bank Ill. $50,000,000 $15,558,531
FHA Refinance Program Fund FHA Refinance Fund $50,000,000 -$50,000,000
Yadkin Valley Financial Corp Bank N.C. $49,312,000 $3,071,419
Fidelity Southern Corp Bank Ga. $48,200,000 $3,086,668
Arizona (Home) Foreclosure Prevention Funding Corporation State Housing Orgs Ariz. $47,755,000 -$47,755,000
Tennessee Housing Development Agency State Housing Orgs Tenn. $45,315,593 -$45,315,593
The Bancorp Bank Del. $45,220,000 $7,410,660
MetroCorp Bancshares Bank Texas $45,000,000 $7,837,096
U.S. Bank National Association Mortgage Servicer Ky. $44,668,148 -$44,668,148
Cadence Financial Corp Bank Miss. $44,000,000 -$2,015,937
Kentucky Housing Corporation State Housing Orgs Ky. $44,000,000 -$44,000,000
Exchange Bank Bank Calif. $43,000,000 $4,294,527
Southern Community Financial Bank N.C. $42,750,000 $8,338,046
Sterling Bancorp Bank N.Y. $42,000,000 $5,869,108
First Community Bancshares Bank Va. $41,500,000 $1,339,002
PremierWest Bancorp Bank Ore. $41,400,000 $1,046,500
Capital Bank Bank N.C. $41,279,000 $3,973,104
Berkshire Hills Bancorp Bank Mass. $40,000,000 $1,961,130
Heritage Commerce Corp Bank Calif. $40,000,000 $6,901,266
Reliance Bancshares Bank Mo. $40,000,000 -$36,172,889
Peoples Bancorp Inc. Bank Ohio $39,000,000 $5,701,557
Rhode Island Housing and Mortgage Finance Corporation State Housing Orgs R.I. $39,000,000 -$39,000,000
Cascade Financial Corp Bank Wash. $38,970,000 -$21,291,100
OceanFirst Financial Corp Bank N.J. $38,263,000 $2,258,918
QCR Holdings Bank Ill. $38,237,000 $6,049,569
Eagle Bancorp Bank Md. $38,235,000 $6,612,155
GHFA Affordable Housing, Inc. State Housing Orgs Ga. $38,200,000 -$38,200,000
Bridgeview Bancorp Bank Ill. $38,000,000 -$35,606,845
Financial Institutions Bank N.Y. $37,515,000 $6,258,719
First Defiance Financial Corp Bank Ohio $37,000,000 $4,631,006
TIB Financial Corp Bank Fla. $37,000,000 -$23,555,641
Carrington Mortgage Services, LLC Mortgage Servicer Calif. $36,954,105 -$36,954,105
State Bancorp Bank N.Y. $36,842,000 $5,572,352
Fidelity Financial Corp Bank Kan. $36,282,000 $4,684,780
West Bancorporation Bank Iowa $36,000,000 $5,195,000
Trinity Capital Corporation Bank N.M. $35,539,000 -$894,525
Marquette National Corp Bank Ill. $35,500,000 -$1,664,053
Enterprise Financial Services Corp Bank Mo. $35,000,000 $7,801,933
Porter Bancorp Bank Ky. $35,000,000 -$30,216,667
Fremont Bancorporation Bank Calif. $35,000,000 $10,796,066
Encore Bancshares Bank Texas $34,000,000 $5,415,959
The Bank of Kentucky Bank Ky. $34,000,000 $6,091,343
Southern Bancorp Bank Ark. $33,800,000 -$31,406,545
First Security Group Bank Tenn. $33,000,000 -$16,684,638
Firstbank Corp Bank Mich. $33,000,000 $5,185,560
Centrue Financial Bank Mo. $32,668,000 -$32,096,310
Pulaski Financial Corp Bank Mo. $32,538,000 $2,657,846
MutualFirst Financial Bank Ind. $32,382,000 $5,226,789
Parkvale Financial Corp Bank Pa. $31,762,000 $4,808,414
Bank of North Carolina Bank N.C. $31,260,000 $3,880,665
Royal Bancshares of Pennsylvania Bank Pa. $30,407,000 -$30,048,029
Hawthorn Bancshares Bank Mo. $30,255,000 $6,138,133
Bancorp Rhode Island Bank R.I. $30,000,000 $2,341,666
Farmers Capital Bank Corp Bank Ky. $30,000,000 -$3,164,171
First M&F Corp Bank Miss. $30,000,000 -$26,340,000
First United Corp Bank Md. $30,000,000 -$27,687,500
Spirit BankCorp Bank Okla. $30,000,000 -$27,738,250
StellarOne Corp Bank Va. $30,000,000 $4,271,875
Tennessee Commerce Bancorp Bank Tenn. $30,000,000 -$26,766,667
Peapack-Gladstone Financial Bank N.J. $28,685,000 $3,390,741
Bank United Mortgage Servicer Fla. $28,079,250 -$28,079,250
Bank of Marin Bancorp Bank Calif. $28,000,000 $2,155,095
Colony Bankcorp Bank Ga. $28,000,000 -$1,519,911
Alabama Housing Finance Authority State Housing Orgs Ala. $28,000,000 -$28,000,000
CenterState Banks of Florida, Inc. Bank Fla. $27,875,000 $1,408,302
Intermountain Community Bancorp Bank Idaho $27,000,000 -$21,423,866
Alliance Financial Corp Bank N.Y. $26,918,000 $1,438,360
Citizens & Northern Corporation Bank Pa. $26,440,000 $2,449,100
Washington Banking Company Bank Wash. $26,380,000 $4,248,344
Patriot Bancshares Bank Texas $26,038,000 -$23,333,865
HMN Financial Bank Minn. $26,000,000 -$4,965,813
LNB Bancorp Bank Ohio $25,223,000 $1,939,571
Princeton National Bancorp Bank Ill. $25,083,000 -$22,811,595
Peoples Bancorp of North Carolina Bank N.C. $25,054,000 $2,823,965
First California Financial Group Bank Calif. $25,000,000 $3,810,847
HF Financial Corp Bank S.D. $25,000,000 $1,316,666
Horizon Bancorp Bank Ind. $25,000,000 $4,857,322
Intervest Bancshares Bank N.Y. $25,000,000 -$23,881,945
Rogers Bancshares Bank Ark. $25,000,000 -$24,261,979
Shore Bancshares Bank Md. $25,000,000 $358,333
The First Bancorp Bank Maine $25,000,000 $4,046,875
VIST Financial Corp Bank Pa. $25,000,000 $5,710,646
Citizens Bancshares Co. Bank Mo. $24,990,000 -$11,037,619
Crescent Financial Corp Bank N.C. $24,900,000 -$20,047,409
Stearns Financial Services Bank Minn. $24,900,000 $6,595,444
National Bancshares Bank Iowa $24,664,000 -$3,192,912
CBS Banc-Corp Bank Ala. $24,300,000 $3,132,359
Community Trust Financial Corp Bank La. $24,000,000 $4,459,100
Eastern Virginia Bankshares Bank Va. $24,000,000 -$21,780,000
Heritage Financial Corp Bank Wash. $24,000,000 $2,953,333
Bridge Capital Holdings Bank Calif. $23,864,000 $4,008,582
Severn Bancorp Bank Md. $23,393,000 -$19,611,129
Park Bancorporation Bank Wis. $23,200,000 -$1,179,936
First Citizens Banc Corp Bank Ohio $23,184,000 $2,061,684
TriState Capital Holdings Bank Pa. $23,000,000 $5,642,402
Bayview Loan Servicing, LLC Mortgage Servicer Fla. $22,969,732 -$22,969,732
Central Bancorp, Inc. Bank Texas $22,500,000 -$20,088,374
Premier Financial Bancorp, Inc. Bank W.Va. $22,252,000 $800,239
University Financial Corp, Inc. Bank Minn. $22,115,000 $2,618,727
Central Community Corp Bank Texas $22,000,000 $3,797,529
Middleburg Financial Corp Bank Va. $22,000,000 $1,287,945
Security Federal Corp Bank S.C. $22,000,000 -$19,463,778
Wainwright Bank & Trust Bank Mass. $22,000,000 $1,592,311
First Community Financial Partners, Inc. Bank Ill. $22,000,000 -$3,747,521
Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority State Housing Orgs Ind. $22,000,000 -$22,000,000
Liberty Bancshares, Inc. Bank Mo. $21,900,000 $4,095,453
Blue Valley Ban Corp Bank Kan. $21,750,000 -$21,538,542
Indiana Community Bancorp Bank Ind. $21,500,000 $5,831,250
Medallion Bank Bank Utah $21,498,000 $2,962,676
BancIndependent Bank Ala. $21,100,000 $3,741,412
FC Holdings Bank Texas $21,042,000 -$1,205,370
AmeriServ Financial Bank Pa. $21,000,000 $3,601,666
Heritage Oaks Bancorp Bank Calif. $21,000,000 -$17,039,498
Mercantile Bank Corporation Bank Mich. $21,000,000 $10,631,120
The Baraboo Bancorporation Bank Wis. $20,749,000 -$2,725,169
First Guaranty Bancshares, Inc. Bank La. $20,699,000 $3,360,477
Unity Bancorp Bank N.J. $20,649,000 -$6,252,554
United Bancorp Bank Mich. $20,600,000 -$284,075
Citizens South Banking Corp Bank N.C. $20,500,000 $3,072,379
Florida Bank Group, Inc. Bank Fla. $20,471,000 -$19,290,207
Diamond Bancorp, Inc. Bank Mo. $20,445,000 $656,616
First Western Financial Bank Colo. $20,440,000 -$10,560,408
Commonwealth Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ky. $20,400,000 $1,175,016
Market Street Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ill. $20,300,000 $4,129,250
BNCCORP Bank N.D. $20,093,000 -$19,183,458
C&F Financial Corp Bank Va. $20,000,000 $2,902,778
Community First Bancshares Bank Tenn. $20,000,000 $3,628,111
First Financial Service Corp Bank Ky. $20,000,000 -$7,666,222
MidSouth Bancorp Bank La. $20,000,000 $2,834,334
The ANB Corporation Bank Texas $20,000,000 $3,234,499
D.L. Evans Bancorp Bank Idaho $19,891,000 $3,795,592
Chambers Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ark. $19,817,000 -$14,062,324
Community Bank Shares of Indiana, Inc. Bank Ind. $19,468,000 $3,334,282
First PacTrust Bancorp, Inc. Bank Calif. $19,300,000 $2,997,560
Carver Bancorp Bank N.Y. $18,980,000 $1,978,088
Bar Harbor Bankshares Bank Maine $18,751,000 $1,286,514
HopFed Bancorp Bank Ky. $18,400,000 $3,954,146
Sovereign Bancshares Bank Texas $18,215,000 $3,417,669
Peoples Bancorp Bank Wash. $18,000,000 $3,325,250
First Trust Corporation Bank La. $17,969,000 -$2,664,820
ECB Bancorp Bank N.C. $17,949,000 -$14,511,264
Security Capital Corporation Bank Miss. $17,910,000 -$15,472,719
First NBC Bank Holding Company Bank La. $17,836,000 $3,197,989
Community First Inc Bank Tenn. $17,806,000 -$15,897,547
Community Bankers Trust Corp Bank Va. $17,680,000 -$14,135,542
First Northern Community Bancorp Bank Calif. $17,390,000 $2,553,580
OneFinancial Corporation Bank Ark. $17,300,000 -$13,517,007
Southern First Bancshares Bank S.C. $17,299,000 $2,102,365
Liberty Shares Bank Ga. $17,280,000 -$15,880,440
F&M Financial Corporation (TN) Bank Tenn. $17,243,000 $330,766
Northern States Financial Corp Bank Ill. $17,211,000 -$16,792,678
The First Bancshares Bank Miss. $17,123,000 -$15,982,515
Bank of Commerce Holdings Bank Calif. $17,000,000 $2,564,028
F&M Financial Corporation Bank N.C. $17,000,000 $3,119,745
First American International Corp Bank N.Y. $17,000,000 -$15,623,945
Guaranty Federal Bancshares Bank Mo. $17,000,000 $4,614,511
White River Bancshares Company Bank Ark. $16,800,000 -$15,210,417
Timberland Bancorp Bank Wash. $16,641,000 $2,420,171
Codorus Valley Bancorp Bank Pa. $16,500,000 $2,678,479
First Federal Bancshares of Arkansas Bank Ark. $16,500,000 -$9,929,375
1st Financial Services Corp Bank N.C. $16,369,000 -$15,139,052
Parke Bancorp Bank N.J. $16,288,000 -$157,644
Pacific City Financial Corp Bank Calif. $16,200,000 -$15,841,935
Valley Financial Corp Bank Va. $16,019,000 -$8,037,316
CoastalSouth Bancshares, Inc. Bank S.C. $16,015,000 -$1,757,512
Carolina Bank Holdings Bank N.C. $16,000,000 $2,909,609
MidWest One Financial Group Bank Iowa $16,000,000 $2,933,333
State Capital Corporation Bank Miss. $15,750,000 -$12,999,041
Community West Bancshares Bank Calif. $15,600,000 -$1,258,860
Stockmens Financial Corporation Bank S.D. $15,568,000 $2,533,554
Tri-County Financial Corp Bank Md. $15,540,000 $3,113,117
BankFirst Capital Corp Bank Miss. $15,500,000 $2,992,470
First Reliance Bancshares Bank S.C. $15,349,000 -$2,354,941
PennyMac Loan Services, LLC Mortgage Servicer Calif. $15,341,921 -$15,341,921
Grandsouth Bancorporation Bank S.C. $15,319,000 $2,306,918
Broadway Financial Corporation Bank Calif. $15,000,000 -$14,189,584
Centra Financial Holdings Bank W.Va. $15,000,000 $922,937
LSB Corp Bank Mass. $15,000,000 $1,260,000
Business Bancshares Bank Mo. $15,000,000 $3,515,605
Foresight Financial Group, Inc. Bank Ill. $15,000,000 $3,670,292
The Landrum Company Bank Mo. $15,000,000 $2,580,291
River Valley Bancorporation Bank Wis. $15,000,000 $4,703,275
Suburban Illinois Bancorp, Inc. Bank Ill. $15,000,000 -$12,601,855
Nicolet Bankshares Bank Wis. $14,964,000 $2,940,842
Village Bank and Trust Financial Corp Bank Va. $14,738,000 -$13,419,768
Monarch Financial Holdings Bank Va. $14,700,000 $1,003,166
Tidelands Bancshares Bank S.C. $14,448,000 -$13,252,027
United Bank Corporation Bank Ga. $14,400,000 $4,482,079
Guaranty Capital Corporation Bank Miss. $14,000,000 -$12,092,118
First National Corporation Bank Va. $13,900,000 $1,429,331
Magna Bank Bank Tenn. $13,795,000 $2,351,468
Bancorp Financial, Inc. Bank Ill. $13,669,000 $1,926,738
Sword Financial Corporation Bank Wis. $13,644,000 $3,375,233
First Texas BHC Bank Texas $13,533,000 $2,539,389
Oak Valley Bancorp Bank Calif. $13,500,000 $2,371,250
WashingtonFirst Bankshares, Inc. Bank Va. $13,475,000 $1,842,319
LCNB Corp Bank Ohio $13,400,000 $1,127,390
Bank of the Carolinas Corporation Bank N.C. $13,179,000 -$12,139,323
Mississippi Home Corporation State Housing Orgs Miss. $13,038,832 -$13,038,832
Morrill Bancshares Bank Kan. $13,000,000 $2,429,122
SouthCrest Financial Group, Inc. Bank Ga. $12,900,000 $209,014
HCSB Financial Corporation Bank S.C. $12,895,000 -$11,804,298
Community First Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ark. $12,725,000 -$10,216,874
Adbanc Bank Neb. $12,720,000 $2,351,769
Regents Bancshares, Inc. Bank Wash. $12,700,000 $1,894,340
Peoples Bancorporation Bank S.C. $12,660,000 $2,702,912
Community Financial Corp Bank Va. $12,643,000 $2,468,901
Bankers’ Bank of the West Bank Colo. $12,639,000 -$9,901,971
Meridian Bank Bank Pa. $12,535,000 -$10,338,621
Security State Bancshares Bank Mo. $12,500,000 $2,388,681
PeoplesSouth Bancshares Bank Ga. $12,325,000 -$9,845,341
OneUnited Bank Bank Mass. $12,063,000 -$11,969,177
1st Constitution Bancorp Bank N.J. $12,000,000 $1,433,242
Blue Ridge Bancshares Bank Mo. $12,000,000 -$61,563
First Manitowoc Bancorp Bank Wis. $12,000,000 $837,983
FNB Bancorp Bank Calif. $12,000,000 $2,267,700
The Queensborough Company Bank Ga. $12,000,000 $1,065,246
Two Rivers Financial Group Bank Iowa $12,000,000 $2,075,133
Duke Financial Group, Inc. Bank Minn. $12,000,000 -$8,420,427
Farmers Enterprises, Inc. Bank Kan. $12,000,000 $3,698,747
Alliance Financial Services Bank Minn. $12,000,000 -$2,193,864
Wachusett Financial Services, Inc. Bank Mass. $12,000,000 -$3,209,464
Plumas Bancorp Bank Calif. $11,949,000 $1,815,140
Citizens Bancshares Bank Ga. $11,841,000 -$10,779,298
DNB Financial Corp Bank Pa. $11,750,000 $1,933,277
M&F Bancorp Bank N.C. $11,735,000 -$10,535,423
TCB Holding Company Bank Texas $11,730,000 -$11,039,168
Pacific Coast Bankers’ Bancshares Bank Calif. $11,600,000 $2,221,963
Cecil Bancorp Bank Md. $11,560,000 -$11,043,012
Western Illinois Bancshares Bank Ill. $11,422,000 $1,772,412
Central Virginia Bankshares Bank Va. $11,385,000 -$10,934,344
First Community Corp Bank S.C. $11,350,000 $2,075,979
Liberty Financial Services Bank La. $11,334,000 -$10,387,519
PNC Mortgage Mortgage Servicer Ohio $11,333,478 -$11,333,478
Central Jersey Bancorp Bank N.J. $11,300,000 $1,390,020
Steele Street Bank Corporation Bank Colo. $11,019,000 $2,059,672
Farmers & Merchants Bancshares Bank Texas $11,000,000 -$9,086,595
Mackinac Financial Corporation Bank Mich. $11,000,000 $2,521,828
Brotherhood Bancshares, Inc. Bank Kan. $11,000,000 $1,845,585
Stonebridge Financial Corp Bank Pa. $10,973,000 -$8,320,183
First Capital Bancorp Bank Va. $10,958,000 $998,713
First Southern Bancorp Bank Fla. $10,900,000 $1,363,468
Ridgestone Financial Services Bank Wis. $10,900,000 -$1,269,893
BCSB Bancorp Bank Md. $10,800,000 $2,571,500
Presidio Bank Bank Calif. $10,800,000 $277,697
Security State Bank Holding Company Bank N.D. $10,750,000 -$10,038,427
First Community Bank Corp of America Bank Fla. $10,685,000 -$2,185,751
Crosstown Holding Company Bank Minn. $10,650,000 -$8,437,760
Northwest Bancorporation Bank Wash. $10,500,000 $1,391,847
Katahdin Bankshares Bank Maine $10,449,000 $1,974,048
1st Enterprise Bank Bank Calif. $10,400,000 $1,348,156
Citizens Bancorp Bank Calif. $10,400,000 -$10,176,429
Mission Valley Bancorp Bank Calif. $10,336,000 -$9,426,845
United Bancorporation of Alabama, Inc. Bank Ala. $10,300,000 -$8,974,162
Illinois State Bancorp, Inc. Bank Ill. $10,272,000 $1,564,113
North Central Bancshares Bank Iowa $10,200,000 $2,094,583
Midland States Bancorp Bank Ill. $10,189,000 $1,017,989
Heritage Bankshares, Inc. Bank Va. $10,103,000 $1,250,284
Specialized Loan Servicing LLC Mortgage Servicer Colo. $10,075,529 -$10,075,529
District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency State Housing Orgs D.C. $10,034,860 -$10,034,860
1st United Bancorp Bank Fla. $10,000,000 $870,902
Blackhawk Bancorp Bank Wis. $10,000,000 $1,459,461
BOH Holdings Bank Texas $10,000,000 $1,783,777
Center Bancorp Bank N.J. $10,000,000 $1,586,667
Central Bancorp Bank Mass. $10,000,000 $3,886,111
ColoEast Bankshares Bank Colo. $10,000,000 -$8,770,723
First Bankers Trustshares Bank Ill. $10,000,000 $1,941,221
First Litchfield Financial Corp Bank Conn. $10,000,000 $2,147,768
Mid Penn Bancorp Bank Pa. $10,000,000 $2,070,978
Mid-Wisconsin Financial Services Bank Wis. $10,000,000 $1,582,431
NCAL Bancorp Bank Calif. $10,000,000 -$8,688,973
New Hampshire Thrift Bancshares Bank N.H. $10,000,000 $2,041,266
Northway Financial Bank N.H. $10,000,000 $1,930,625
Stewardship Financial Corp Bank N.J. $10,000,000 $1,400,453
Uwharrie Capital Corp Bank N.C. $10,000,000 -$135,528
Century Financial Services Corporation Bank N.M. $10,000,000 $3,186,960
HomeTown Bankshares Corporation Bank Va. $10,000,000 $1,111,012
Greer Bancshares Bank S.C. $9,993,000 -$9,017,169
Regent Bancorp Bank Fla. $9,982,000 -$9,197,719
Penn Liberty Financial Corp Bank Pa. $9,960,000 $1,785,689
Coastal Banking Company Bank Fla. $9,950,000 $651,221
Universal Bancorp Bank Ind. $9,900,000 -$8,022,063
PSB Financial Corporation Bank La. $9,734,000 $1,704,291
TCB Corporation Bank S.C. $9,720,000 $1,891,380
Green Tree Servicing LLC Mortgage Servicer Minn. $9,658,793 -$9,658,793
Southern Missouri Bancorp Bank Mo. $9,550,000 $1,254,764
Moneytree Corporation Bank Tenn. $9,516,000 $1,775,481
Premier Bank Holding Company Bank Fla. $9,500,000 -$9,032,588
Florida Business BancGroup Bank Fla. $9,495,000 $1,814,751
City National Bancshares Corporation Bank N.J. $9,439,000 -$9,157,141
Cache Valley Banking Company Bank Utah $9,407,000 $1,267,335
FCB Bancorp Bank Ky. $9,294,000 $1,862,235
Freedom First Federal Credit Union Bank Va. $9,278,000 $394,830
Provident Community Bancshares Bank S.C. $9,266,000 -$8,722,909
Carrollton Bancorp Bank Md. $9,201,000 $1,136,250
First Priority Financial Corp Bank Pa. $9,175,000 $662,530
Elmira Savings Bank Bank N.Y. $9,090,000 $1,219,575
Community Partners Bancorp Bank N.J. $9,000,000 $1,598,750
HPK Financial Corporation Bank Ill. $9,000,000 $1,940,554
Delmar Bancorp Bank Md. $9,000,000 -$2,401,669
UBT Banchares Bank Kan. $8,950,000 $1,684,911
RCB Financial Corporation Bank Ga. $8,900,000 -$8,006,066
Salisbury Bancorp Bank Conn. $8,816,000 $1,284,960
Citizens First Corp Bank Ky. $8,779,000 -$1,745,018
Farmers Bank Bank Va. $8,752,000 -$3,871,024
Equity Bancshares Bank Kan. $8,750,000 $1,644,872
Georgia Commerce Bancshares Bank Ga. $8,700,000 $1,385,366
United American Bank Bank Calif. $8,700,000 -$8,700,000
First Freedom Bancshares, Inc. Bank Tenn. $8,700,000 $929,360
Sonoma Valley Bancorp Bank Calif. $8,653,000 -$8,305,836
BancStar, Inc. Bank Mo. $8,600,000 $1,887,922
Summit State Bank Bank Calif. $8,500,000 $1,430,625
Great River Holding Company Bank Minn. $8,400,000 -$7,640,425
HomEq Servicing Mortgage Servicer Calif. $8,308,819 -$8,308,819
Private Bancorporation Bank Minn. $8,222,000 -$7,614,786
Annapolis Bancorp Bank Md. $8,152,000 $1,428,298
F&M Bancshares Bank Tenn. $8,144,000 $1,163,916
IBC Bancorp, Inc. Bank Ill. $8,086,000 -$7,112,190
Fairfax County Federal Credit Union Bank Va. $8,044,000 -$7,699,449
Syringa Bancorp Bank Idaho $8,000,000 -$7,746,878
The Magnolia State Corporation Bank Miss. $7,922,000 -$7,399,453
First Eagle Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ill. $7,875,000 -$6,332,683
MS Financial Bank Texas $7,723,000 $1,483,290
Commonwealth Business Bank Bank Calif. $7,701,000 -$7,150,727
Metro City Bank Bank Ga. $7,700,000 $1,106,301
Oak Ridge Financial Services Bank N.C. $7,700,000 $892,337
Valley Commerce Bancorp Bank Calif. $7,700,000 $1,703,403
First Gothenburg Bancshares Bank Neb. $7,570,000 $1,132,024
Country Bank Shares Bank Neb. $7,525,000 $1,256,210
Centrix Bank & Trust Bank N.H. $7,500,000 $1,387,792
Emclaire Financial Corp Bank Pa. $7,500,000 $1,045,904
The Little Bank Bank N.C. $7,500,000 $1,732,655
BNB Financial Services Corp Bank N.Y. $7,500,000 -$7,059,458
Gulfstream Bancshares Bank Fla. $7,500,000 $1,251,543
GulfSouth Private Bank Bank Fla. $7,500,000 -$6,818,689
Somerset Hills Bancorp Bank N.J. $7,414,000 $402,685
Avenue Financial Holdings Bank Tenn. $7,400,000 $1,398,415
First Sound Bank Bank Wash. $7,400,000 -$3,369,056
First BancTrust Corp Bank Ill. $7,350,000 $1,700,518
CCO Mortgage Mortgage Servicer Va. $7,345,365 -$7,345,365
Western Community Bancshares Bank Calif. $7,290,000 -$6,735,917
FFW Corp Bank Ind. $7,289,000 $1,152,840
Millenium Bancorp Bank Colo. $7,260,000 -$2,963,577
Central Federal Corp Bank Ohio $7,225,000 -$3,612,882
NC Bancorp Bank Ill. $7,186,000 -$6,853,744
TriSummit Bank Bank Tenn. $7,002,000 -$505,582
Central Valley Community Bancorp Bank Calif. $7,000,000 $1,077,516
Fidelity Bancorp, Inc. Bank Pa. $7,000,000 $1,388,333
Hamilton State Bancshares Bank Ga. $7,000,000 $1,169,166
Old Line Bancshares Bank Md. $7,000,000 $438,888
Chicago Shore Corporation Bank Ill. $7,000,000 -$5,744,230
Heartland Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ind. $7,000,000 $1,321,471
Community Financial Shares, Inc. Bank Ill. $6,970,000 -$2,729,256
Guaranty Bancorp Bank N.H. $6,920,000 $1,315,040
Idaho Bancorp Bank Idaho $6,900,000 -$6,775,695
Security California Bancorp Bank Calif. $6,815,000 $1,337,698
Pierce County Bancorp Bank Wash. $6,800,000 -$6,592,053
Harbor Bankshares Corporation Bank Md. $6,800,000 -$6,517,256
Monarch Community Bancorp Bank Mich. $6,785,000 -$6,522,081
Premier Bancorp Bank Ill. $6,784,000 -$6,123,785
Pathfinder Bancorp, Inc. Bank N.Y. $6,771,000 $1,205,330
Highlands Independent Bancshares Bank Fla. $6,700,000 -$6,082,288
Fidelity Federal Bancorp Bank Ind. $6,657,000 -$6,657,000
Alarion Financial Services Bank Fla. $6,514,000 -$5,515,944
Catskill Hudson Bancorp Bank N.Y. $6,500,000 $948,073
Pacific International Bancorp Bank Wash. $6,500,000 $463,125
Liberty Bancshares, Inc. (TX) Bank Texas $6,500,000 -$5,490,164
Biscayne Bancshares, Inc. Bank Fla. $6,400,000 $1,751,883
First Intercontinental Bank Bank Ga. $6,398,000 -$5,640,547
Premier Financial Corp Bank Iowa $6,349,000 -$5,826,738
Citizens Commerce Bancshares Bank Ky. $6,300,000 -$6,119,742
Carter Federal Credit Union Bank La. $6,300,000 -$3,531,900
Cardinal Bancorp II, Inc. Bank Mo. $6,251,000 $1,296,478
First Vernon Bancshares Bank Ala. $6,245,000 -$5,566,271
Randolph Bank & Trust Company Bank N.C. $6,229,000 -$5,620,837
Moscow Bancshares Bank Tenn. $6,216,000 $1,587,380
Union Bank & Trust Company Bank N.C. $6,191,000 $840,293
OSB Financial Services Bank Texas $6,100,000 $1,562,316
Centric Financial Corporation Bank Pa. $6,056,000 $683,821
American State Bancshares Bank Kan. $6,000,000 $1,220,142
Beach Business Bank Bank Calif. $6,000,000 $1,263,316
IBW Financial Corporation Bank D.C. $6,000,000 -$5,282,933
ICB Financial Bank Calif. $6,000,000 $1,194,458
Patapsco Bancorp Bank Md. $6,000,000 -$5,622,134
Peninsula Bank Holding Co Bank Calif. $6,000,000 -$4,841,057
Gateway Bancshares Bank Ga. $6,000,000 $1,260,795
McLeod Bancshares, Inc. Bank Minn. $6,000,000 $870,433
Howard Bancorp Bank Md. $5,983,000 $1,136,793
Rising Sun Bancorp Bank Md. $5,983,000 -$5,787,363
IA Bancorp, Inc. Bank N.J. $5,976,000 -$5,059,770
Leader Bancorp Bank Mass. $5,830,000 $894,016
Security Business Bancorp Bank Calif. $5,803,000 $1,085,019
Central Bancshares Bank Texas $5,800,000 $1,059,177
FPB Bancorp Bank Fla. $5,800,000 -$5,526,112
CFBanc Corporation Bank D.C. $5,781,000 -$5,531,132
Midland Mortgage Company Mortgage Servicer Okla. $5,704,623 -$5,704,623
Seaside National Bank & Trust Bank Fla. $5,677,000 $844,349
United Financial Banking Companies Bank Va. $5,658,000 $991,965
Waukesha Bankshares Bank Wis. $5,625,000 $706,359
Boscobel Bancorp, Inc Bank Wis. $5,586,000 $1,361,457
First Southwest Bancorporation Bank Colo. $5,500,000 -$140,227
Valley Community Bank Bank Calif. $5,500,000 -$4,870,524
One Georgia Bank Bank Ga. $5,500,000 -$5,500,000
Legacy Bancorp Bank Wis. $5,498,000 -$5,142,921
American Bancorp of Illinois, Inc. Bank Ill. $5,457,000 -$5,091,410
The Private Bank of California Bank Calif. $5,450,000 $1,024,753
Highlands State Bank Bank N.J. $5,450,000 $761,927
Connecticut Bank and Trust Company Bank Conn. $5,448,000 $1,454,866
BankAsiana Bank N.J. $5,250,000 -$5,026,583
Residential Credit Solutions Mortgage Servicer Texas $5,233,189 -$5,233,189
Midtown Bank & Trust Company Bank Ga. $5,222,000 -$4,946,896
First Choice Bank Bank Calif. $5,146,000 $631,063
Mission Community Bancorp Bank Calif. $5,116,000 $759,584
Capital Commerce Bancorp, Inc. Bank Wis. $5,100,000 -$4,795,027
Franklin Bancorp, Inc. Bank Mo. $5,097,000 -$677,129
First Resource Bank Bank Pa. $5,017,000 $714,794
Blue River Bancshares Bank Ind. $5,000,000 -$4,470,895
Commerce National Bank Bank Calif. $5,000,000 $36,111
Financial Security Corp Bank Wyo. $5,000,000 $914,597
First Express of Nebraska Bank Neb. $5,000,000 $1,074,313
Southern Illinois Bancorp Bank Ill. $5,000,000 $955,472
BlackRidge Financial, Inc. Bank N.D. $5,000,000 $1,127,326
Covenant Financial Corporation Bank Miss. $5,000,000 -$4,052,761
AmFirst Financial Services, Inc. Bank Neb. $5,000,000 $1,368,260
Germantown Capital Corporation Bank Tenn. $4,967,000 $732,104
First ULB Corp Bank Calif. $4,900,000 $311,020
York Traditions Bank Bank Pa. $4,871,000 $834,023
Southern Heritage Bancshares, Inc. Bank Tenn. $4,862,000 $856,113
BNC Financial Group Bank Conn. $4,797,000 $876,922
First Menasha Bancshares Bank Wis. $4,797,000 $916,867
Alaska Pacific Bankshares Bank Alaska $4,781,000 $349,976
Monument Bank Bank Md. $4,734,000 $889,960
Capital Bancorp Bank Md. $4,700,000 $752,281
Western Reserve Bancorp, Inc Bank Ohio $4,700,000 $1,142,202
Virginia Company Bank Bank Va. $4,700,000 -$3,913,010
CalWest Bancorp Bank Calif. $4,656,000 -$4,259,837
MorEquity, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Ind. $4,628,164 -$4,628,164
Lafayette Bancorp Bank Miss. $4,551,000 -$3,990,196
Hope Federal Credit Union Bank Miss. $4,520,000 -$4,324,636
First Colebrook Bancorp Bank N.H. $4,500,000 $839,489
Puget Sound Bank Bank Wash. $4,500,000 $855,158
Georgia Primary Bank Bank Ga. $4,500,000 -$4,500,000
Mainline Bancorp, Inc. Bank Pa. $4,500,000 $763,190
Community Pride Bank Corporation Bank Minn. $4,400,000 -$3,951,747
CBB Bancorp Bank Ga. $4,397,000 $585,145
Pinnacle Bank Holding Company Bank Fla. $4,389,000 -$4,104,001
Metropolitan Capital Bancorp, Inc. Bank Ill. $4,388,000 -$3,637,491
Northeast Bancorp Bank Maine $4,227,000 $1,262,384
Pacific Coast National Bancorp Bank Calif. $4,120,000 -$4,101,913
CB Holding Corp. Bank Ill. $4,114,000 -$3,842,421
Community Bank of the Bay Bank Calif. $4,060,000 -$3,831,336
Pacific Commerce Bank Bank Calif. $4,060,000 -$3,672,777
The Bank of Currituck Bank N.C. $4,021,000 -$2,108,316
California Bank of Commerce Bank Calif. $4,000,000 $755,900
Capital Pacific Bancorp Bank Ore. $4,000,000 $804,256
Carolina Trust Bank Bank N.C. $4,000,000 -$5,548
Hilltop Community Bancorp Bank N.J. $4,000,000 $467,049
Naples Bancorp Bank Fla. $4,000,000 -$3,043,934
Premier Service Bank Bank Calif. $4,000,000 -$3,945,500
Santa Lucia Bancorp Bank Calif. $4,000,000 -$868,889
SBT Bancorp Bank Conn. $4,000,000 $717,144
Todd Bancshares Bank Ky. $4,000,000 -$3,177,050
SV Financial, Inc. Bank Ill. $4,000,000 $721,382
Grand Capital Corporation Bank Okla. $4,000,000 $717,145
Investors Financial Corporation of Pettis County Bank Mo. $4,000,000 -$3,825,676
Enterprise Financial Services Group Bank Pa. $4,000,000 $680,205
KS Bancorp, Inc. Bank N.C. $4,000,000 $137,336
Providence Bank Bank N.C. $4,000,000 $596,313
Texas National Bancorporation Bank Texas $3,981,000 $494,307
Community Business Bank Bank Calif. $3,976,000 $698,053
Fidelity Bancorp, Inc (LA) Bank La. $3,942,000 $1,341,660
Peoples Bancshares of TN Bank Tenn. $3,900,000 -$90,123
Community Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ariz. $3,872,000 -$3,196,968
Redwood Capital Bancorp Bank Calif. $3,800,000 $710,626
Tifton Banking Company Bank Ga. $3,800,000 -$3,576,792
Pascack Community Bank Bank N.J. $3,756,000 $741,313
First Financial Bancshares Bank Kan. $3,756,000 $807,302
Financial Services of Winger, Inc. Bank Minn. $3,742,000 $745,324
Pathway Bancorp Bank Neb. $3,727,000 -$3,649,149
Triad Bancorp Bank Mo. $3,700,000 $686,326
Patterson Bancshares Bank La. $3,690,000 $912,985
AMB Financial Corp Bank Ind. $3,674,000 $713,576
Allied First Bancorp Bank Ill. $3,652,000 -$3,242,246
CedarStone Bank Bank Tenn. $3,564,000 -$2,830,819
Merchants and Manufacturers Bank Corporation Bank Ill. $3,510,000 $600,668
AB&T Financial Corp Bank N.C. $3,500,000 -$3,139,306
Mercantile Capital Corp Bank Mass. $3,500,000 $650,816
First Alliance Bancshares Bank Tenn. $3,422,000 -$418,323
Birmingham Bloomfield Bancshares Bank Mich. $3,379,000 $424,024
Bainbridge Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ga. $3,372,000 -$3,227,566
Madison Financial Corp Bank Ky. $3,370,000 -$3,200,579
First Bank of Charleston Bank W.Va. $3,345,000 $615,105
California Oaks State Bank Bank Calif. $3,300,000 $502,219
Mountain Valley Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ga. $3,300,000 -$2,735,467
Bancorp of Okolona, Inc. Bank Miss. $3,297,000 $217,475
Congaree Bancshares Bank S.C. $3,285,000 $198,631
Treaty Oak Bancorp Bank Texas $3,268,000 -$2,575,585
Border Federal Credit Union Bank Texas $3,260,000 -$3,121,269
Hometown Bancorp of Alabama Bank Ala. $3,250,000 -$2,588,069
FPB Financial Corp Bank La. $3,240,000 $383,721
First Independence Corporation Bank Mich. $3,223,000 -$402,739
Oregon Bancorp Bank Ore. $3,216,000 -$2,592,256
First Bank Mortgage Servicer Mo. $3,172,016 -$3,172,016
Kilmichael Bancorp, Inc. Bank Miss. $3,154,000 -$2,938,894
Crazy Woman Creek Bancorp Bank Wyo. $3,100,000 -$2,468,781
Fortune Financial Corporation Bank Mo. $3,100,000 $568,929
Grand Mountain Bancshares, Inc. Bank Colo. $3,076,000 -$3,076,000
Lone Star Bank Bank Texas $3,072,000 -$3,072,000
Sound Banking Company Bank N.C. $3,070,000 $566,309
FBHC Holding Company Bank Colo. $3,035,000 -$2,230,408
Citizens Community Bank Bank Va. $3,000,000 $574,645
Clover Community Bankshares Bank S.C. $3,000,000 $318,586
Marine Bank & Trust Company Bank Fla. $3,000,000 -$2,764,287
PGB Holdings Bank Ill. $3,000,000 -$2,741,751
St. Johns Bancshares Bank Mo. $3,000,000 -$2,399,592
Tennessee Valley Financial Holdings Bank Tenn. $3,000,000 $331,713
Frontier Bancshares Bank Texas $3,000,000 $408,191
Freeport Bancshares Bank Ill. $3,000,000 -$2,114,157
Fidelity Resources Company Bank Texas $3,000,000 $503,795
Bank of Commerce Bank N.C. $3,000,000 $87,573
Layton Park Financial Group Bank Wis. $3,000,000 -$67,838
Redwood Financial Bank Minn. $2,995,000 $575,812
F & C Bancorp, Inc. Bank Mo. $2,993,000 $930,566
Alliance Bancshares Bank Ga. $2,986,000 $535,295
Vericrest Financial, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Okla. $2,982,621 -$2,982,621
Santa Clara Valley Bank Bank Calif. $2,900,000 -$178,674
Berkshire Bancorp Bank Pa. $2,892,000 $509,124
US Metro Bank Bank Calif. $2,861,000 -$2,428,322
Santa Cruz Community Credit Union Bank Calif. $2,828,000 -$2,706,867
Omega Capital Corp Bank Colo. $2,816,000 -$2,765,690
Prairie Star Bancshares Bank Kan. $2,800,000 -$2,667,747
Cooperative Center Federal Credit Union Bank Calif. $2,799,000 -$2,679,109
Tri-State Bank of Memphis Bank Tenn. $2,795,000 -$2,478,699
SouthFirst Bancshares Bank Ala. $2,760,000 -$2,395,204
Worthington Financial Holdings, Inc. Bank Ala. $2,720,000 -$2,349,400
DeSoto County Bank Bank Miss. $2,681,000 -$2,223,811
Bank of George Bank Nev. $2,672,000 -$2,392,009
Regent Capital Corporation Bank Okla. $2,655,000 $480,328
Community First Guam Federal Credit Union Bank Guam $2,650,000 -$2,536,492
Shreveport Federal Credit Union Bank La. $2,646,000 -$2,533,398
Deerfield Financial Corporation Bank Wis. $2,639,000 $644,339
Manhattan Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ill. $2,639,000 $822,607
Community Investors Bancorp Bank Ohio $2,600,000 $515,616
Northern State Bank Bank N.J. $2,571,000 $416,782
Goldwater Bank Bank Ariz. $2,568,000 -$2,422,250
Community 1st Bank Bank Calif. $2,550,000 $349,660
Plato Holdings Inc. Bank Minn. $2,500,000 $603,620
Atlantic City Federal Credit Union Bank Wyo. $2,500,000 $100,277
Pyramid Federal Credit Union Bank Ariz. $2,500,000 -$2,392,917
AmeriBank Holding Company Bank Okla. $2,492,000 $468,023
Grand Financial Corporation Bank Miss. $2,443,320 -$1,799,938
Citizens Bank & Trust Company Bank La. $2,400,000 -$2,085,717
CSRA Bank Corp Bank Ga. $2,400,000 -$2,219,060
Green Circle Investments Bank Iowa $2,400,000 $606,029
Brogan Bankshares, Inc. Bank Wis. $2,400,000 $622,880
NEMO Bancshares Inc. Bank Mo. $2,330,000 $782,976
IBT Bancorp Bank Texas $2,295,000 $569,530
Columbine Capital Corp Bank Colo. $2,260,000 $429,480
CenterBank Bank Ohio $2,250,000 $94,665
Alternatives Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $2,234,000 -$2,138,310
Union Financial Corporation Bank N.M. $2,179,000 -$1,257,799
Marix Servicing, LLC Mortgage Servicer Ariz. $2,162,025 -$2,162,025
Security Bancshares of Pulaski County Bank Mo. $2,152,000 -$134,090
Titonka Bancshares Bank Iowa $2,117,000 $452,493
Ojai Community Bank Bank Calif. $2,080,000 -$1,706,857
Market Bancorporation Bank Minn. $2,060,000 -$1,921,222
The Victory Bank Bank Pa. $2,046,000 $276,184
Surrey Bancorp Bank N.C. $2,000,000 $314,972
TCNB Financial Corp Bank Ohio $2,000,000 $384,611
Nationwide Bankshares, Inc. Bank Neb. $2,000,000 $276,190
Atlantic Bancshares, Inc. Bank S.C. $2,000,000 -$1,877,276
Northwest Commercial Bank Bank Wash. $1,992,000 $372,103
Fresno First Bank Bank Calif. $1,968,000 $469,100
Virginia Community Capital, Inc. Bank Va. $1,915,000 -$1,832,974
Hometown Bancshares Bank Ky. $1,900,000 $329,804
Merchants and Planters Bancshares Bank Tenn. $1,881,000 $350,562
Monadnock Bancorp Bank N.H. $1,834,000 $505,348
Seacoast Commerce Bank Bank Calif. $1,800,000 $353,780
American Premier Bancorp Bank Calif. $1,800,000 $252,682
Southern Chautauqua Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $1,709,000 -$1,636,274
BCB Holding Company Bank Ala. $1,706,000 -$1,532,492
Manhattan Bancorp Bank Calif. $1,700,000 $129,711
Maryland Financial Bank Bank Md. $1,700,000 -$1,456,018
Signature Bancshares Bank Texas $1,700,000 $294,588
The State Bank of Bartley Bank Neb. $1,697,000 $333,299
Navy Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Va. $1,672,565 -$1,672,565
Gateway Community Federal Credit Union Bank Mont. $1,657,000 $68,397
Gold Canyon Bank Bank Ariz. $1,607,000 -$1,553,141
Tongass Federal Credit Union Bank Alaska $1,600,000 -$1,531,467
Hyperion Bank Bank Pa. $1,552,000 -$214,834
Saigon National Bank Calif. $1,549,000 -$1,549,000
D.C. Federal Credit Union Bank D.C. $1,522,000 -$1,457,230
Franklin Credit Management Corporation Mortgage Servicer N.J. $1,505,724 -$1,505,724
Regional Bankshares Bank S.C. $1,500,000 $272,618
Vision Bank – Texas Bank Texas $1,500,000 -$416,899
PFSB Bancorporation, Inc. Bank Wis. $1,500,000 $230,164
Fay Servicing, LLC Mortgage Servicer Ill. $1,315,858 -$1,315,858
Indiana Bank Corp Bank Ind. $1,312,000 -$1,146,861
Fort Lee Federal Savings Bank Bank N.J. $1,300,000 -$1,212,816
Valley Financial Group, Ltd., 1st State Bank Bank Mich. $1,300,000 $189,776
Servis One, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Pa. $1,287,912 -$1,287,912
Vigo County Federal Credit Union Bank Ind. $1,229,000 -$1,176,699
Scotiabank de Puerto Rico Mortgage Servicer Puerto Rico $1,190,877 -$1,190,877
First Advantage Bancshares Inc. Bank Minn. $1,177,000 $151,320
The Golden 1 Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Calif. $1,125,750 -$1,125,750
Riverside Bancshares, Inc. Bank Ark. $1,100,000 -$823,127
Southside Credit Union Bank Texas $1,100,000 -$1,053,189
Brewery Credit Union Bank Wis. $1,096,000 $44,388
Opportunities Credit Union Bank Vt. $1,091,000 -$1,044,572
Independence Bank Bank R.I. $1,065,000 -$841,623
Vantium Capital, Inc. dba Acqura Loan Services Mortgage Servicer Texas $1,050,606 -$1,050,606
Community Bancshares Of Mississippi, Inc. (Community Holding Company Of Florida, Inc.) Bank Fla. $1,050,000 $170,301
Calvert Financial Corp Bank Mo. $1,037,000 -$821,554
Bank Financial Services, Inc. Bank Minn. $1,004,000 $110,680
BankGreenville Bank S.C. $1,000,000 $153,905
Butte Federal Credit Union Bank Calif. $1,000,000 -$957,167
First Legacy Community Credit Union Bank N.C. $1,000,000 -$957,444
Bern Bancshares Bank Kan. $985,000 $187,064
Wescom Central Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Calif. $965,333 -$965,333
Lower East Side People’s Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $898,000 -$859,536
PNC Bank, National Association Mortgage Servicer Pa. $825,054 -$825,054
Gregg Bancshares Bank Mo. $825,000 -$779,810
Banner County Bank Corp Bank Neb. $795,000 $147,412
RG Mortgage Corporation Mortgage Servicer Puerto Rico $793,769 -$793,769
UNO Federal Credit Union Bank La. $743,000 -$711,175
First State Bank of Mobeetie Bank Texas $731,000 $82,086
Farmers State Bancshares Bank Kan. $700,000 $130,174
Midwest Regional Bancorp Bank Mo. $700,000 $63,294
Independent Employers Group Federal Credit Union Bank Hawaii $698,000 -$668,296
Quantum Servicing Corporation Mortgage Servicer Fla. $653,885 -$653,885
Green City Bancshares Bank Mo. $651,000 $82,037
RoundPoint Mortgage Servicing Corporation Mortgage Servicer N.C. $639,167 -$639,167
Corning Savings and Loan Association Bank Ark. $638,000 $21,705
Butler Point Bank Ill. $607,000 $117,125
Colonial American Bank Bank Pa. $574,000 $94,143
Bethex Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $502,000 -$480,637
Community Bancshares of Kansas Bank Kan. $500,000 $116,745
Mortgage Center, LLC Mortgage Servicer Mich. $471,295 -$471,295
Kirksville Bancorp Bank Mo. $470,000 -$376,270
Sterling Savings Bank Mortgage Servicer Wash. $463,828 -$463,828
Community Plus Federal Credit Union Bank Ill. $450,000 -$430,850
Farmers & Merchants Financial Corp Bank Kan. $442,000 -$354,041
Liberty County Teachers Federal Credit Union Bank Texas $435,000 -$416,367
Urban Partnership Bank Mortgage Servicer Ill. $428,986 -$428,986
Haviland Bancshares Bank Kan. $425,000 $62,524
Tulane-Loyola Federal Credit Union Bank La. $424,000 -$405,839
Northeast Community Federal Credit Union Bank Calif. $350,000 -$335,008
Greater Kinston Credit Union Bank N.C. $350,000 $10,714
ShoreBank Mortgage Servicer Ill. $346,986 -$346,986
Central Florida Educators Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Fla. $330,543 -$330,543
North Side Community Federal Credit Union Bank Ill. $325,000 -$311,169
The Freeport State Bank Bank Kan. $301,000 $78,459
Genesee Co-op Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $300,000 -$287,033
Brooklyn Cooperative Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $300,000 -$287,250
Union Settlement Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $295,000 -$282,446
Silver State Schools Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Nev. $283,921 -$283,921
Neighborhood Trust Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $283,000 -$270,878
Prince Kuhio Federal Credit Union Bank Hawaii $273,000 -$261,306
Wachovia subsidiaries Mortgage Servicer Iowa $238,889 -$238,889
Mission Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Calif. $236,120 -$236,120
Greater Nevada Mortgage Services Mortgage Servicer Nev. $217,451 -$217,451
CUC Mortgage Corporation Mortgage Servicer N.Y. $215,957 -$215,957
Rushmore Loan Management Services LLC Mortgage Servicer Calif. $215,043 -$215,043
Technology Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Calif. $206,965 -$206,965
Selene Financial, L.P. Mortgage Servicer Texas $186,698 -$186,698
Phenix Pride Federal Credit Union Bank Ala. $153,000 -$146,446
Gregory Funding, LLC Mortgage Servicer Ore. $152,745 -$152,745
Buffalo Cooperative Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $145,000 -$138,789
United Bank Mortgage Corporation Mortgage Servicer Mich. $132,914 -$132,914
Hill District Federal Credit Union Bank Pa. $100,000 -$95,744
Episcopal Community Federal Credit Union Bank Calif. $100,000 -$95,744
Hillsdale County National Bank Mortgage Servicer Mich. $86,649 -$86,649
Schools Financial Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Calif. $84,901 -$84,901
Citizens 1st National Bank Mortgage Servicer Ill. $79,560 -$79,560
Thurston Union of Low-Income People (TULIP) Cooperative Credit Union Bank Wash. $75,000 -$71,787
FCI Lender Services, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Calif. $74,728 -$74,728
Yadkin Valley Bank Mortgage Servicer N.C. $74,027 -$74,027
M&T Bank Mortgage Servicer N.Y. $72,110 -$72,110
Los Alamos National Bank Mortgage Servicer N.M. $64,889 -$64,889
AmTrust Bank, A Division of New York Community Bank Mortgage Servicer Ohio $64,726 -$64,726
IC Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Mass. $64,470 -$64,470
AMS Servicing, LLC Mortgage Servicer N.Y. $60,320 -$60,320
Western Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Calif. $58,880 -$58,880
Workers United Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $57,000 $2,426
Idaho Housing and Finance Association Mortgage Servicer Idaho $54,755 -$54,755
Park View Federal Savings Bank Mortgage Servicer Ohio $53,936 -$53,936
Aurora Financial Group, Inc Mortgage Servicer N.J. $52,533 -$52,533
Statebridge Company, LLC Mortgage Servicer Colo. $51,003 -$51,003
IBM Southeast Employees’ Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Fla. $48,589 -$48,589
ORNL Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Tenn. $45,447 -$45,447
DuPage Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Ill. $36,028 -$36,028
Renaissance Community Development Credit Union Bank N.J. $31,000 -$29,681
The Bryn Mawr Trust Company Mortgage Servicer Pa. $30,059 -$30,059
Faith Based Federal Credit Union Bank Calif. $30,000 -$28,723
Great Lakes Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Ill. $29,181 -$29,181
Horicon Bank Mortgage Servicer Wis. $26,210 -$26,210
Iberiabank Mortgage Servicer Fla. $25,502 -$25,502
Fresno County Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Calif. $24,954 -$24,954
Lake City Bank Mortgage Servicer Ind. $22,661 -$22,661
Allstate Mortgage Loans & Investments, Inc. Mortgage Servicer Fla. $21,373 -$21,373
First Keystone Bank Mortgage Servicer Pa. $14,916 -$14,916
Fidelis Federal Credit Union Bank N.Y. $14,000 -$13,404
Pathfinder Bank Mortgage Servicer N.Y. $13,797 -$13,797
HomeStar Bank & Financial Services Mortgage Servicer Ill. $13,322 -$13,322
Community Credit Union of Florida Mortgage Servicer Fla. $12,631 -$12,631
Glass City Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Ohio $12,359 -$12,359
Lake National Bank Mortgage Servicer Ohio $10,651 -$10,651
Oakland Municipal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Calif. $10,068 -$10,068
Union Baptist Church Federal Credit Union Bank Ind. $10,000 -$9,572
Marsh Associates, Inc. Mortgage Servicer N.C. $8,896 -$8,896
United Bank Mortgage Servicer Ga. $7,472 -$7,472
James B. Nutter & Company Mortgage Servicer Mo. $7,233 -$7,233
East End Baptist Tabernacle Federal Credit Union Bank Conn. $7,000 -$6,702
Franklin Savings Mortgage Servicer Ohio $6,462 -$6,462
Midwest Community Bank Mortgage Servicer Ill. $4,726 -$4,726
Purdue Employees Federal Credit Union Mortgage Servicer Ind. $3,795 -$3,795
First Mortgage Corporation Mortgage Servicer Calif. $2,000 -$2,000
Guaranty Bank Mortgage Servicer Minn. $1,916 -$1,916





Without “I”…


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Should you fall from achieving your goal, then get back up, dust yourself off and try again! Failure is only permanent if you allow it to be. Failures will at some point lead to success as long as you do not give up! Trust me! – John Loeffler, Fountain City, Wisconsin, U.S.A.


Backyard Pool Table Bowling! (photo)


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Backyard Pool Table Bowling! (photo)

A backyard pool table top with pockets and a catch… You have to bowl the balls into the pockets! Awesome! I want one! : ) – John Loeffler, Fountain City, Wisconsin, U.S.A.


Is The U.S. Economy Edging Closer To A Colossal Collapse?


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What do 1929, 2000 and 2007 all have in common?  Those were all years in which we saw a dramatic spike in margin debt.  In all three instances, investors became highly leveraged in order to “take advantage” of a soaring stock market.  But of course we all know what happened each time.  The spike in margin debt was rapidly followed by a horrifying stock market crash.  Well guess what?  It is happening again.  In April (the last month we have a number for), margin debt rose to an all-time high of more than 384 billion dollars.  The previous high was 381 billion dollars which occurred back in July 2007.  Margin debt is about 29 percent higher than it was a year ago, and the S&P 500 has risen by more than 20 percent since last fall.  The stock market just continues to rise even though the underlying economic fundamentals continue to get worse.  So should we be alarmed?  Is the stock market bubble going to burst at some point?  Well, if history is any indication we are in big trouble.  In the past, whenever margin debt has gone over 2.25% of GDP the stock market has crashed.  That certainly does not mean that the market is going to crash this week, but it is a major red flag.

The funny thing is that the fact that investors are so highly leveraged is being seen as a positive thing by many in the financial world.  Some believe that a high level of margin debt is a sign that “investor confidence” is high and that the rally will continue.  The following is from a recent article in the Wall Street Journal

The rising level of debt is seen as a measure of investor confidence, as investors are more willing to take out debt against investments when shares are rising and they have more value in their portfolios to borrow against. The latest rise has been fueled by low interest rates and a 15% year-to-date stock-market rally.

Others, however, consider the spike in margin debt to be a very ominous sign.  Margin debt has now risen to about 2.4 percent of GDP, and as the New York Times recently pointed out, whenever we have gotten this high before a market crash has always followed…

The first time in recent decades that total margin debt exceeded 2.25 percent of G.D.P. came at the end of 1999, amid the technology stock bubble. Margin debt fell after that bubble burst, but began to rise again during the housing boom — when anecdotal evidence said some investors were using their investments to secure loans that went for down payments on homes. That boom in margin loans also ended badly.

Posted below is a chart of the performance of the S&P 500 over the last several decades. Every time margin debt has soared to a dramatic new high in the past, a stock market crash and a recession have always followed.  Will we escape a similar fate this time?

S&P 500

What makes all of this even more alarming is the fact that a number of things that we have not seen happen in the U.S. economy since 2009 are starting to happen again.  See 12 Clear Signals That The U.S. Economy Is About To Really Slow Down:

At some point the stock market will catch up with the economy.  When that happens, it will probably happen very rapidly and a lot of people will lose a lot of money.

Unfortunately most Americans rely on the mainstream media to do much of their thinking for them.  They will never see the colossal collapse coming!



Proof: U.S. Govt. Uses ‘Role Players’ For False-Flag Terrorist Attacks!


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Remember the recent Boston Marathon Bombings?  The U.S. Government openly admitted that they were staging a “terrorist attack” drill that day!  Why do you think  government agencies were present, especially the FBI?  The U.S. Government, whether you want to be ignorant or in denial to the fact or not, stages false-flag terrorist attacks on U.S. soil for a reason.  That reason is to make us fearful of an enemy that is largely made up by our own federal government for the purpose of stripping away our Constitutional rights, so we become enslaved to the will of a government that is not “by the people” or “for the people.”  It is for a government that is corporate-run, greedy and power-hungry for control of all of its people using fear-based tactics like frightening “terrorist attacks” to cover up massive government corruption and scandals to distract its citizens from the truth, and it is for a government to justify war with its main objective of global dominance!  Check out IIF Data Solutions, Inc., then tell me that the U.S. Government is on your side and looking out for your best interests:

IIF Data Solutions, Inc.:

Overview of IIF:

RPSS (Role Player Support Services) Application: 

Application Question:  

Many role players will have mock injuries applied to their skin, including premade “wounds” and/or make-up. Rubbing alcohol will also be used. Do you have any related-allergies that would preclude you from participating in this aspect of the exercise?
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Do not believe everything your government tells you.  Question the questionable.  Do not let fear conquer you, or it will consume your soul! – John Loeffler – Fountain City, Wisconsin, U.S.A.

Thanks to Jon Abrahamson for the initial link! : )