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New Documents Reveal Treasury Was Claiming Fannie-Freddie Value that Belonged to Shareholders

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New Documents Reveal Treasury Was Claiming Fannie-Freddie Value that Belonged to Shareholders

There’s an important update on an issue InsideSources has closely followed—the controversial Third Amendment or “Sweep Amendment” that allows the U.S. Treasury to indefinitely seize profits from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac shareholders—despite the companies having fully paid all debts agreed to…

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New Documents Reveal Treasury Was Claiming Fannie-Freddie Value that Belonged to Shareholders

There’s an important update on an issue InsideSources has closely followed—the controversial Third Amendment or “Sweep Amendment” that allows the…
by Shawn McCoy | July 30, 2014 Read More

Stocks Could Rise Another 25 Percent

Stocks may be near record levels but the bull market is not done. Digital technologies permit businesses to use investors’…
by Peter Morici | July 30, 2014 Read More

Lessons from Europe – Regulating the Internet as a Utility Would be a Mistake

The ongoing debate on net neutrality in the United States pits those who believe it’s necessary for government to regulate…
by Edmond Baranes | July 29, 2014 Read More

Real Unemployment Rate is at Least 18 Percent

Friday, the Labor Department is expected to report the economy added 235,000 jobs in July, and the unemployment rate remained…
by Peter Morici | July 29, 2014 Read More

For Whom Does Mel Watt Work?

His decision to write off Fannie and Freddie's private shareholders is an outright disregard of his fiduciary duties A recent…
by Richard Epstein | July 28, 2014 Read More

Why State Leadership Matters for Improving Access to Higher Education

As President Barack Obama and the U.S. Department of Education continue their rollout of initiatives aimed at improving college attainment,…
by Laura W. Perna and Joni E. Finney | July 27, 2014 Read More

Education Does Not Explain Views On Climate Change Well, And Is Not Why The Two Parties Disagree

Media accounts of global warming/climate change/climate disruption often explain Americans’ views of climate change in terms of how educated we…
by John Lee Ramos | July 24, 2014 Read More

Overtime in Negotiations with Iran

As the world recovers from the nail-biting conclusion to the 2014 World Cup, another high-stakes game is preparing for overtime…
by Darya Pilram | July 24, 2014 Read More