BoA Deserves to be Sued

I applaud Selwyn Duke for publicly exposing one of the most bizarre banking practices that I've ever witnessed in his American Thinker blog titled "Bank of America Reportedly Freezing Gun Manufacturer's Accounts".  As he said, I support a company's right to refuse to do business with whomever it pleases (freedom of association); although rejecting firearms manufacturers would make a bank boycott-worthy. But to accept someone's business and then persecute him for political reasons - as appears the case here - is reprehensible. The funds will be released when the bank has a "chance to review and clear them"? As per my experience, your money is supposed to be cleared as soon as you inform the institution that anomalous charges aren't the result of criminal activity. And this isn't the first time BoA has exhibited anti-Second Amendment tendencies. As CNSNews writes, "McMillan Group International was reportedly told that its business was no...(Read Full Post)