The Morning Joe hosts and Washington Post reporter David Fahrenthold tiptoe around the obvious implication of Trump's large cash purchases.
Lobbyists are working hard to undermine consumer protections so the poor and middle class can swipe their cards and lose everything. Again.
Good for Sen. Bernie Sanders for not wanting to balance our budget on the backs of those who can least afford it -- our college students -- who are going to see their loan rates skyrocket if Congress fails to act quickly.
Federal watchdog says mortgage giant had no coordinated plan to bet against homeowners, though Freddie held billions of dollars of investments that paid off if borrowers stayed stuck in high-interest loans.
More and more, homeowners say that mortgages they thought were dead and buried are springing back to life, sometimes haunting them all the way into foreclosure.
(FDR - keeping it plain and simple) Note: This is a post from last year, but considering the current state of the budget, is more than timely. On November 29, 1935 President Roosevelt delivered an address to a crowd estimated at 100,000 in
Keith Olbermann makes all of the media the winner in his "Worst Persons" segment for failing to acknowledge that there was a mosque on the 17th floor of the World Trade Center's second tower as reported in The New York Times over the
Rachel Maddow reviewed the various justifications for the invasion of Iraq which sadly were changing month by month under the Bush administration and I agree with her completely here. If Republicans are now screaming that we need to be “giving
From The Colbert Report March 2, 2010: A new credit website teaches kids how to spend money they don't have on things that don't exist.
Informed Comment: McCain, Palin and NOLA Democurmudgeon: Have you noticed how Republicans love the idea of a Republican, like Palin , going after the
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