HR 1981: Stop Child Abuse in Residential Programs for Teens Act of 2013 is not getting a lot of press. I believe that is partly because of how few kno...
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Once again, lenders are making believe that defaulted-loan problems will go away if they wait long enough. Industry jokesters call it "extend-and-pretend."
But the time is right to merge Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and form three separate companies. That is the best way to lead the GSEs out of federal conservatorship and repay the taxpayers.
These banks are not able to resume normal lending operations because they are not willing to dispose of their toxic assets at the current market values.
Bush noted that the effect of just Monday's drop in the market capitalization of the stock market was in excess of $1 trillion -- that's right, more than the $700 billion "bailout."
A drumbeat is building for some form of federal takeover of troubled home mortgages. Sen. Chris Dodd (D-Conn.) is leading the charge in the Congress, ...
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