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How to Fix the Housing Crisis
"Continued house price declines could lead to even more defaults, foreclosures and distress sales, undermining wealth, confidence and spending," William Dudley, president of the Federal Reserve Bank o... read more
SEC Failure to Regulate MBS Resulted in 'Interconnected Ponzi Scheme With Various Types of Concurrent Fraud'
Obama Avoids Political Suicide With Pocket Veto The New York Times reports Obama Plans to Veto Foreclosure ... Fannie Mae. This trick will be to pass a bailout that does not look like one. If that can ... read more
Is McCain Coming Back?
McCain advisers insist that since last Wednesday's final debate in New York, their candidate has slowly ... 7 -- the day that Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were bailed out by the U.S. government -- throu... read more
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Webinar About MSA News; Fifth Third settles; Caliber Under Investigation; LoanDepot IPO
Fifth Third admitted it improperly certified more than 1,400 mortgage loans it knew were defective as eligible for FHA, costing taxpayers millions ... firm is," said Julian Fisher, head of Crest Rider ... read more
How can the GOP get back in the game?
(PHOTO CREDIT: CNN) FROM CNN's Jack Cafferty: After getting the wind knocked out ... the new year with declining minorities in both houses of Congress. Here’s my question to you: What does the Republi... read more
5 Things Barack Obama Said in His Weirdly Off-the-Record MIT Speech
The New York Times editorial page. If you look at these different sources of information, they do not describe the same thing. In some cases, they don't even talk about the same thing. And so it is ve... read more
The Theft Of Hope
and, this piece from the Summer, wherein Goldman Sachs paid more than $500 million in fines, while they admitted "no wrongdoing," which is, IMHO, legalese for: "...even the commercial litigation proce... read more
Teachers Were Never The Problem
Social science research over the last few decades has shown that two thirds of student achievement is a product of out-of-school factors - and among ... That brings us to the new study from the Southe... read more
Should Governments Raise Taxes During a Recession?
Some voices have come out against Paterson’s taxing and spending proposals, arguing that raising the costs of living and business are counterproductive in times of economic hardship. Elizabeth Benjami... read more
The Politics of Polarization
And they are calling out the media for falling into a trap set by the McCain campaign. And so, in that atmosphere, McCain and Obama will pause Thursday in New York for what will be a day of solemn ref... read more
What do you want to hear from Bush tonight about the economy?
Barbara from New York writes: Nothing. He has no credibility. He has proven himself to be an opportunistic liar. I'm more interested in what John Stewart will have to say about what Bush says. Josh fr... read more