Banks receiving money from TARP

TARP recipients as of January 31, 2009...

Bank of America Corporation


Bank of New York Mellon Corporation


Citigroup Inc.


The Goldman Sachs Group


JPMorgan Chase & Co.


Morgan Stanley


State Street Corporation


Wells Fargo & Company


Bank of Commerce Holdings


1st FS Corporation


UCBH Holdings, Inc.


Northern Trust Corporation


SunTrust Banks, Inc.


Broadway Financial Corporation


Washington Federal Inc.


BB&T Corp.


Provident Bancshares Corp.


Umpqua Holdings Corp.


Comerica Inc.


Regions Financial Corp.


Capital One Financial Corporation


First Horizon National Corporation


Huntington Bancshares


KeyCorp


Valley National Bancorp


Zions Bancorporation


Marshall & Ilsley


U.S. Bancorp


TCF Financial Corporation


First Niagara Financial Group


HF Financial Corp.


Centerstate Banks of Florida Inc.


City National Corporation


First Community Bankshares Inc.


Western Alliance Bancorporation


Webster Financial Corporation


Pacific Capital Bancorp


Heritage Commerce Corp.


Ameris Bancorp


Porter Bancorp Inc.


Banner Corporation


Cascade Financial Corporation


Columbia Banking System, Inc.


Heritage Financial Corporation


First PacTrust Bancorp, Inc.


Severn Bancorp, Inc.


Boston Private Financial Holdings, Inc.


Associated Banc-Corp


Trustmark Corporation


First Community Corporation


Taylor Capital Group


Nara Bancorp, Inc.


Midwest Banc Holdings, Inc.


MB Financial Inc.


First Midwest Bancorp, Inc.


United Community Banks, Inc.


Wesbanco Bank Inc.


Encore Bancshares Inc.


Manhattan Bancorp


Iberiabank Corporation


Eagle Bancorp, Inc.


Sandy Spring Bancorp, Inc.


Coastal Banking Company, Inc.


East West Bancorp


South Financial Group, Inc.


Great Southern Bancorp


Cathay General Bancorp


Southern Community Financial Corp.


CVB Financial Corp


First Defiance Financial Corp.


First Financial Holdings Inc.


Superior Bancorp Inc.


Southwest Bancorp, Inc.


Popular, Inc.


Blue Valley Ban Corp


Central Federal Corporation


Bank of Marin Bancorp


Bank of North Carolina


Central Bancorp, Inc.


Southern Missouri Bancorp, Inc.


State Bancorp, Inc.


TIB Financial Corp


Unity Bancorp, Inc.


Old Line Bancshares, Inc.


FPB Bancorp, Inc.


Sterling Financial Corporation


Oak Valley Bancorp


Old National Bancorp


Capital Bank Corporation


Pacific International Bancorp


SVB Financial Group


LNB Bancorp Inc.


Wilmington Trust Corporation


Susquehanna Bancshares, Inc


Signature Bank


HopFed Bancorp


Citizens Republic Bancorp, Inc.


Indiana Community Bancorp


Bank of the Ozarks, Inc.


Center Financial Corporation


NewBridge Bancorp


Sterling Bancshares, Inc.


The Bancorp, Inc.


TowneBank


Wilshire Bancorp, Inc.


Valley Financial Corporation


Independent Bank Corporation


Pinnacle Financial Partners, Inc.


First Litchfield Financial Corporation


National Penn Bancshares, Inc.


Northeast Bancorp


Citizens South Banking Corporation


Virginia Commerce Bancorp


Fidelity Bancorp, Inc.


LSB Corporation


Intermountain Community Bancorp


Community West Bancshares


Synovus Financial Corp.


Tennessee Commerce Bancorp, Inc.


Community Bankers Trust Corporation


BancTrust Financial Group, Inc.


Enterprise Financial Services Corp.


Mid Penn Bancorp, Inc.


Summit State Bank


VIST Financial Corp.


Wainwright Bank & Trust Company


Whitney Holding Corporation


The Connecticut Bank and Trust Company


CoBiz Financial Inc.


Santa Lucia Bancorp


Seacoast Banking Corporation of Florida


Horizon Bancorp


Fidelity Southern Corporation


Community Financial Corporation


Berkshire Hills Bancorp, Inc.


First California Financial Group, Inc


AmeriServ Financial, Inc


Security Federal Corporation


Wintrust Financial Corporation


Flushing Financial Corporation


Monarch Financial Holdings, Inc.


StellarOne Corporation


Union Bankshares Corporation


Tidelands Bancshares, Inc


Bancorp Rhode Island, Inc.


Hawthorn Bancshares, Inc.


The Elmira Savings Bank, FSB


Alliance Financial Corporation


Heartland Financial USA, Inc.


Citizens First Corporation


FFW Corporation


Plains Capital Corporation


Tri-County Financial Corporation


OneUnited Bank


Patriot Bancshares, Inc.


Pacific City Financial Corporation


Marquette National Corporation


Exchange Bank


Monadnock Bancorp, Inc.


Bridgeview Bancorp, Inc.


Fidelity Financial Corporation


Patapsco Bancorp, Inc.


NCAL Bancorp


FCB Bancorp, Inc.


First Financial Bancorp


Bridge Capital Holdings


International Bancshares Corporation


First Sound Bank


M&T Bank Corporation


Emclaire Financial Corp.


Park National Corporation


Green Bankshares, Inc.


Cecil Bancorp, Inc.


Financial Institutions, Inc.


Fulton Financial Corporation


United Bancorporation of Alabama, Inc.


MutualFirst Financial, Inc.


BCSB Bancorp, Inc.


HMN Financial, Inc.


First Community Bank Corporation of America


Sterling Bancorp


Intervest Bancshares Corporation


Peoples Bancorp of North Carolina, Inc.


Parkvale Financial Corporation


Timberland Bancorp, Inc.


1st Constitution Bancorp


Central Jersey Bancorp


Western Illinois Bancshares Inc.


Saigon National Bank


Capital Pacific Bancorp


Uwharrie Capital Corp


Mission Valley Bancorp


The Little Bank, Incorporated


Pacific Commerce Bank


Citizens Community Bank


Seacoast Commerce Bank


TCNB Financial Corp.


Leader Bancorp, Inc.


Nicolet Bankshares, Inc.


Magna Bank


Western Community Bancshares, Inc.


Community Investors Bancorp, Inc.


Capital Bancorp, Inc.


Cache Valley Banking Company


Citizens Bancorp


Tennessee Valley Financial Holdings, Inc.


Pacific Coast Bankers' Bancshares


SunTrust Banks, Inc.


The PNC Financial Services Group Inc.


Fifth Third Bancorp


Hampton Roads Bankshares, Inc.


CIT Group Inc.


West Bancorporation, Inc.


First Banks, Inc.


FirstMerit Corporation


Farmers Capital Bank Corporation


Peapack-Gladstone Financial Corporation


Commerce National Bank


The First Bancorp, Inc.


Sun Bancorp, Inc.


Crescent Financial Corporation


American Express Company


Central Pacific Financial Corp.


Centrue Financial Corporation


Eastern Virginia Bankshares, Inc.


Colony Bankcorp, Inc.


Independent Bank Corp.


Cadence Financial Corporation


LCNB Corp.


Center Bancorp, Inc.


F.N.B. Corporation


C&F Financial Corporation


North Central Bancshares, Inc.


Carolina Bank Holdings, Inc.


First Bancorp


First Financial Service Corporation


Codorus Valley Bancorp, Inc.


MidSouth Bancorp, Inc.


First Security Group, Inc.


Shore Bancshares, Inc.


The Queensborough Company


American State Bancshares, Inc.


Security California Bancorp


Security Business Bancorp


Sound Banking Company


Mission Community Bancorp


Redwood Financial Inc.


Surrey Bancorp


Independence Bank


Valley Community Bank


Rising Sun Bancorp


Community Trust Financial Corporation


GrandSouth Bancorporation


Texas National Bancorporation


Congaree Bancshares, Inc.


New York Private Bank & Trust Corporation


Home Bancshares, Inc.


Washington Banking Company/ Whidbey Island Bank


New Hampshire Thrift Bancshares, Inc.


Bar Harbor Bankshares/Bar Harbor Bank & Trust


Somerset Hills Bancorp


SCBT Financial Corporation


S&T Bancorp


ECB Bancorp, Inc./East Carolina Bank


First BanCorp


Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc.


Yadkin Valley Financial Corporation


Carver Bancorp, Inc


Citizens & Northern Corporation


MainSource Financial Group, Inc.


MetroCorp Bancshares, Inc.


United Bancorp, Inc.


Old Second Bancorp, Inc.


Pulaski Financial Corp


OceanFirst Financial Corp.


Community 1st Bank


TCB Holding Company


Centra Financial Holdings, Inc./Centra Bank, Inc.


First Bankers Trustshares, Inc.


Pacific Coast National Bancorp


Community Bank of the Bay


Redwood Capital Bancorp


Syringa Bancorp


Idaho Bancorp


Puget Sound Bank


United Financial Banking Companies, Inc.


Dickinson Financial Corporation


The Baraboo Bancorporation


Bank of Commerce


State Bankshares, Inc.


BNCCORP, Inc.


First Manitowoc Bancorp, Inc.


Southern Bancorp, Inc.


Morrill Bancshares, Inc.


Treaty Oak Bancorp, Inc.


1st Source Corporation


Princeton National Bancorp, Inc.


AB&T Financial Corporation


First Citizens Banc Corp


WSFS Financial Corporation


Commonwealth Business Bank


Seaside National Bank & Trust


CalWest Bancorp


Fresno First Bank


First ULB Corp.


Alarion Financial Services, Inc.


Midland States Bancorp, Inc.


Moscow Bancshares, Inc.


Farmers Bank


California Oaks State Bank


Pierce County Bancorp


Calvert Financial Corporation


Liberty Bancshares, Inc.


Crosstown Holding Company


BankFirst Capital Corporation


Southern Illinois Bancorp, Inc.


FPB Financial Corp.


Stonebridge Financial Corp.


Peoples Bancorp Inc.


Anchor BanCorp


Parke Bancorp, Inc.


Central Virginia Bankshares, Inc.


Flagstar Bancorp, Inc.


Middleburg Financial Corporation


Peninsula Bank Holding Co.


PrivateBancorp, Inc.


Central Valley Community Bancorp


Plumas Bancorp


Stewardship Financial Corporation


Oak Ridge Financial Services, Inc.


First United Corporation


Community Partners Bancorp


Guaranty Federal Bancshares, Inc.


Annapolis Bancorp, Inc.


DNB Financial Corporation


Firstbank Corporation


Valley Commerce Bancorp


Greer Bancshares Incorporated


Ojai Community Bank


Adbanc, Inc


Beach Business Bank


Legacy Bancorp, Inc.


First Southern Bancorp, Inc.


Country Bank Shares, Inc.


Katahdin Bankshares Corp.


Rogers Bancshares, Inc.


UBT Bancshares, Inc.


Bankers' Bank of the West Bancorp, Inc.


W.T.B. Financial Corporation


AMB Financial Corp.


Goldwater Bank, N.A.


Equity Bancshares, Inc.


WashingtonFirst Bank


Central Bancshares, Inc.


Hilltop Community Bancorp, Inc.


Northway Financial, Inc.


Monument Bank


Metro City Bank


F & M Bancshares, Inc.


First Resource Bank

Source: Fox News

Here's a question unique to our times: "Should I tell my father 'Happy Father's Day,' even though he (she?) is now one of my mothers?"

Father's Day was four days ago, yes, but this story is just weird enough to report on. One enjoyable line to read was this gem from Hollywood Gossip: "Cait is a woman and a transgender icon, but she is also and will always be the father of her six children."

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Imagine reading that to someone ten — even five — years ago. And, honestly, there's something nice about it. But the strangeness of its having ever been written overpowers any emotional impact it might bring.

"So lucky to have you," wrote Kylie Jenner, in the Instagram caption under pre-transition pictures of Bruce Jenner.

Look. I risk sounding like a tabloid by mere dint of having even mentioned this story, but the important element is the cultural sway that's occurring. The original story was that a band of disgruntled Twitter users got outraged about the supposed "transphobic" remarks by Jenner's daughter.

But, what we should be saying is, "who the hell cares?" Who cares what one Jenner says to another — and more importantly and on a far deeper level — who cares what some anonymous Twitter user has to say?

When are we going to stop playing into the hands of the Twitter mob?

When are we going to stop playing into the hands of the Twitter mob? Because, at the moment, they've got it pretty good. They have a nifty relationship with the mainstream media: One or two Twitter users get outraged by any given thing — in this case Jenner and supposed transphobia. In return, the mainstream media use the Twitter comment as a source.

Then, a larger Twitter audience points to the article itself as proof that there's some kind of systemic justice at play. It's a closed-market currency, where the negative feedback loop of proof and evidence is composed of faulty accusations. Isn't it a hell of a time to be alive?

These days, when Americans decide to be outraged about something, we really go all out.

This week's outrage is, of course, the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy toward illegal immigration along the southern border. Specifically, people are upset over the part of the policy that separates children from their parents when the parents get arrested.

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Lost in all the outrage is that the President is being proactive about border security and is simply enforcing the law. Yes, we need to figure out a less clumsy, more compassionate way of enforcing the law, but children are not being flung into dungeons and fed maggots as the media would have you believe.

But having calm, reasonable debates about these things isn't the way it's done anymore. You have to make strong, sweeping announcements so the world knows how righteous your indignation is.

That's why yesterday, the governors of Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, Rhode Island and Connecticut declared they are withholding or recalling their National Guard troops from the U.S.-Mexico border until this policy of separating children from their parents is rescinded.

Adding to the media stunt nature of this entire "crisis," it turns out this defiant announcement from these five governors is mostly symbolic. Because two months ago, when President Trump called for 4,000 additional National Guard troops to help patrol the border, large numbers of troops were not requested from those five states. In fact, no troops were requested at all from Rhode Island. But that didn't stop Rhode Island's Democratic governor, Gina Raimondo, from announcing she would refuse to send troops if she were asked. She called the family separation policy, "immoral, unjust and un-American."

There's so much outrage, we're running short on adjectives.

The governors of Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New York all used the word "inhumane" in their statements condemning the Trump administration policy. There's so much outrage, we're running short on adjectives.

In a totally unrelated coincidence, four of these five governors are running for re-election this year.

I've made my position clear — separating these children from their parents is a bad policy and we need to stop. We need to treat these immigrants with the kind of compassion we'd want for our own children. And I said the same thing in 2014 when no one cared about the border crisis.

If consistency could replace even just a sliver of the outrage in America, we would all be a lot better off.

I think we can all agree, both on the Left and the Right, that children who have been caught up in illegal immigration is an awful situation. But apparently what no one can agree on is when it matters to them. This past weekend, it suddenly — and even a little magically — began to matter to the Left. Seemingly out of nowhere, they all collectively realized this was a problem and all rushed to blame the Trump administration.

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Here's Rachel Maddow yesterday:

I seem to remember getting mocked by the Left for showing emotion on TV, but I'll give her a pass here. This is an emotional situation. But this is what I can't give her a pass on: where the heck was this outrage and emotion back in 2014? Because the same situation going on today — that stuff Maddow and the rest of the Left have only just now woken up to — was going on back in July 2014! And it was arguably worse back then.

I practically begged and pleaded for people to wake up to what was going on. We had to shed light on how our immigration system was being manipulated by people breaking our laws, and they were using kids as pawns to get it done. But unlike the gusto the Left is using now to report this story, let's take a look at what Rachel Maddow thought was more important back in 2014.

On July 1, 2014, Maddow opened her show with a riveting monologue on how President Obama was hosting a World Cup viewing party. That's hard-hitting stuff right there.

On July 2, 2014, Maddow actually acknowledged kids were at the border, but she referenced Health and Human Services only briefly and completely rushed through what was actually happening to these kids. She made a vague statement about a "policy" stating where kids were being taken after their arrival. She also blamed Congress for not acting.

See any difference in reporting there from today? That "policy" she referenced has suddenly become Trump's "new" policy, and it isn't Congress's fault… it's all on the President.

She goes on throughout the week.

On July 7, 2014, her top story was something on the Koch brothers. Immigration was only briefly mentioned at the end of the show. This trend continued all the way through the week. I went to the border on July 19. Did she cover it? Nope. In fact, she didn't mention kids at the border for the rest of the month. NOT AT ALL.

Do you care about immigrant kids who have been caught in the middle of a broken immigration system or not?

Make up your minds. Is this an important issue or not? Do you care about immigrant kids who have been caught in the middle of a broken immigration system or not? Do you even care to fix it, or is this what it looks like — just another phony, addicted-to-outrage political stunt?

UPDATE: Here's how this discussion went on radio. Watch the video below.

Glenn gives Rachel Maddow the benefit of the doubt

Rachel Maddow broke down in tears live on her MSNBC show over border crisis.

Progressives think the Obamas are a gift to the world. But their gift is apparently more of the metaphorical kind. It doesn't extend to helpful, tangible things like saving taxpayers money. Illinois has approved $224 million to pay for street and transportation upgrades around the planned site of the Obama Presidential Center. The catch is that Illinois taxpayers will have to cover $200 million of that cost. For a presidential museum.

Eight years of multiplying the national debt wasn't enough for Barack Obama. Old fleecing habits die hard. What's another $200 million here and there, especially for something as important as an Obama tribute center?

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That's all well and good except Illinois can't even fund its pension system. The state has a $137 billion funding shortfall. That means every person in Illinois owes $11,000 for pensions, and there is no plan to fix the mess. Unless Illinois progressives have discovered a new kind of math, this doesn't really add up. You can't fund pensions, but you're going to figure out a way to milk the public for another $200 million to help cover the cost of a library?

It's hard to imagine who in their right mind would think this will be money well spent. Well, except for maybe Chicago Mayor and former Obama Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel who said, "The state's… investment in infrastructure improvements near the Obama Center on the South Side of Chicago is money well spent."

Some presidential overreach lasts longer than others.

The spending has already been signed into law, even though the Obama library has not received construction approval yet. Part of the holdup is that the proposed site is on public land in historic Jackson Park. That doesn't seem very progressive of the Obamas, but, you know, for certain presidents, you go above and beyond. It's just what you do. Some presidential overreach lasts longer than others.

Here's the thing about taxing the peasants so the king can build a fancy monument to himself – it's wrong. And completely unnecessary. The Obamas have the richest friends on the planet who could fund this project in their sleep. If the world simply must have a tricked-out Obama museum, then let private citizens take out their wallets voluntarily.

As the Mercury Museum proved this weekend, it is possible to build an exhibit with amazing artifacts that attracts a ton of visitors – and it cost taxpayers approximately zero dollars.