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The San Angelo Standard-Times
IRS Chief Koskinen fights first appointee impeachment since 1876impeachment drive, John A. Koskinen majored in physics, guided the country thro
IRS Chief Koskinen fights first appointee impeachment since 1876
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 4 days ago
impeachment drive, John A. Koskinen majored in physics, guided the country through the “Y2K” problem and ran a foundation that promotes youth soccer. Now, amid a three-year controversy over the Internal Revenue Service’s scrutiny of... Read more
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TribLIVE
GOP legislators in House seek avenue to impeach IRS chiefimpeachment drive, John A. Koskinen majored in physics, guided the country thro
GOP legislators in House seek avenue to impeach IRS chief
TribLIVE / Posted 4 days ago
impeachment drive, John A. Koskinen majored in physics, guided the country through the “Y2K” problem and ran a foundation that promotes youth soccer. Amid a three-year controversy over the Internal Revenue Service's scrutiny of... Read more
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Arkansas Times
State Board of Education to interview candidates for LR school advisory boardof that occurring. Little Rock's situation is complicated by politics. Legisla
State Board of Education to interview candidates for LR school advisory board
Arkansas Times / Posted 4 days ago
of that occurring. Little Rock's situation is complicated by politics. Legislation originating from the Walton Family Foundation was barely beaten in 2015 that would have allowed the total takeover of the district for management by private... Read more
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Accounting Today
IRS Chief Koskinen Fights First Appointee Impeachment Since 1876impeachment drive, John A. Koskinen majored in physics, guided the country thro
IRS Chief Koskinen Fights First Appointee Impeachment Since 1876
Accounting Today / Posted 4 days ago
impeachment drive, John A. Koskinen majored in physics, guided the country through the “Y2K” problem and ran a foundation that promotes youth soccer. Now, amid a three-year controversy over the Internal Revenue Service’s scrutiny of... Read more
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Newsmax
Hillary Clinton Advisers' Mortgage Plan Would Tap Investors for BillionsA closely watched proposal to replace Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac would require
Hillary Clinton Advisers' Mortgage Plan Would Tap Investors for Billions
Newsmax / Posted 10 days ago
A closely watched proposal to replace Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac would require raising more than $100 billion from private investors, according to its authors who include advisers to Hillary Clinton. Left unstated is how to deal with current... Read more
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The Hill
Why we need to move past “recap and release”Recently there have been calls to allow Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (the GSEs) t
Why we need to move past “recap and release”
The Hill / Posted 12 days ago
Recently there have been calls to allow Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (the GSEs) to suspend their future payments owed to the U.S. Treasury and allow them to rebuild capital. These calls are reported to have been spearheaded by hedge fund speculators... Read more
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The Manteca Bulletin
Are the Clintons the real housing-crash villains?and zero down payments by 2000. What’s more, in the Clinton push to issue home
Are the Clintons the real housing-crash villains?
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted 20 days ago
and zero down payments by 2000. What’s more, in the Clinton push to issue home loans to lower-income borrowers, Fannie and Freddie made it a common practice to virtually end credit documentation, low credit scores were disregarded and income and... Read more
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The Washington Times
LARRY KUDLOW, STEPHEN MOORE: Clintons the real housing market crash villainsability to expand lending and deposits. Next the Clinton administration’s rule
LARRY KUDLOW, STEPHEN MOORE: Clintons the real housing market crash villains
The Washington Times / Posted 27 days ago
ability to expand lending and deposits. Next the Clinton administration’s rules ordered the taxpayer-backed Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to expand their quotas of risky loans from 30 percent of portfolio to 50 percent as part of a big push to expand... Read more
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The St. Augustine Record
US home sales growth driven mostly by Midwesthave limited the number of people who can afford to buy. Steady hiring and ultr
US home sales growth driven mostly by Midwest
The St. Augustine Record / Posted 28 days ago
have limited the number of people who can afford to buy. Steady hiring and ultra-low mortgage rates have provided a foundation of buyer demand. That demand, however, has yet to coax more sellers into the market during the traditional spring... Read more
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Newsmax
Are the Clintons the Real Housing Crash Villains?and zero down payments by 2000. What’s more, in the Clinton push to issue home
Are the Clintons the Real Housing Crash Villains?
Newsmax / Posted 28 days ago
and zero down payments by 2000. What’s more, in the Clinton push to issue home loans to lower income borrowers, Fannie and Freddie made a common practice to virtually end credit documentation, low credit scores were disregarded, and income and job... Read more
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New America Media
Life Interrupted: African American Seniors Surviving the Housing Crisislien on the property and adding the amount to the owner’s tax bill. But the Fe
Life Interrupted: African American Seniors Surviving the Housing Crisis
New America Media / Posted 29 days ago
lien on the property and adding the amount to the owner’s tax bill. But the Federal Housing Finance Agency, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have objected to use of liens, for instance, when priority lienholders are not notified nor given an opportunity... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Gottheimer has raised nearly twice as much as Garrettstates, just because they weren’t getting enough grants otherwise. An amendmen
Gottheimer has raised nearly twice as much as Garrett
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 30 days ago
states, just because they weren’t getting enough grants otherwise. An amendment to the budget for the National Science Foundation offered late Wednesday by Garrett and Rep. Bill Foster, R-Ill., would have killed the Experimental Program to... Read more

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