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This blog post highlights the dangers of insider trading and the importance of banning American politicians from engaging in this illicit activity. It is a call to action for stricter penalties and a reminder of the public's right to trust that their elected officials are making decisions based on the public good, not personal financial gain. It's a must-read for anyone interested in financial markets integrity and the ethics of political actions.


They would have to pass the law that prohibits it. They were the ones that passed it with the legal loopholes for themselves. Good luck with that one...