We are in the middle of the greatest housing crisis we have known, and yet the president failed to make a single reference to it in his State of the Union Address, and his latest proposals fall far short of what's needed.
There has been remarkable accord among tax and policy experts from the left, right, and middle about one provision the debt-reduction commission addressed: reforming the tax deduction for mortgage interest.
At a time when we strive to honor generations of service, the Debt Commissions comes out with draconian cuts that will have drastic consequences for veterans and military families. They must be stopped.
If the government does not hold the fraudulent CEOs responsible, who is supposed to stop the epidemic of elite financial fraud? The Obama administration's answer is the fraudulent CEOs themselves. You can't make this stuff up.
Just like Walter Younger -- Sidney Poitier's character in A Raisin In The Sun, George Wilborn and his family learned that the color of money cannot always stop some folks from looking at the color of their skin.