Steve Rauch

Two years of indictable impotence

Full disclosure: Brian Higgins was a client and became a good friend. I still try to be as fair and impartial as possible. It was April 30, 2019, when Brian Higgins walked into the FBI office with binders full of documentation of how a registered sex offender got a contract to pick up the deceased Read More

Brian Higgins, public enemy number 1?

Full disclosure, I first met, and started to do work for Brian Higgins around 2010, when he opened the Sidebar, first in the 130 W. 2nd tower, and then in the old Pacchia location in the Oregon District. He is a fellow veteran, paratrooper, and one of my closest friends. That being said, I’m as Read More

Local FBI gives KKK a run for their money

Apparently, only Black people are involved in a widespread “Culture of Corruption” where single elected Black officials or former Black elected officials, or son’s of former elected Black Officials- single handily are able to pocket large amounts of money from contractors who want to do business with the city. Here we go again in Cincinnati: Read More

FBI fails in public corruption case

I’m sure that the FBI and the Department of Justice think they just proved their case. Guilty as charged (albeit to grossly reduced charges): Companies owned by Steve Rauch and Joyce Sutton Cameron pleaded guilty Friday to conspiracy to engage in mail fraud. In exchange prosecutors agreed to dismiss all charges filed last year against Read More

The Covid Government stress test

After the debacle of Wall Streets epic fail leading to the 2009 economic crash, the government forced the consolidation of banks with standards that included a “stress test” to make sure none of them were “too big to fail” and other nonsense. The fed’s choice to bail out the banks and the insurers who created Read More

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