March/24/2016 10:05AM
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Yeah, we all saw the movie, The Big Short. The greed of Wall Street sets our teeth on edge. Two small facts were left out of the movie. First, without Freddie, Fannie, and the FHA, none of those questionable mortgages would have been made by the banks to begin with. Second, beginning with Bill Clinton, Read the full article…

January/26/2016 5:27AM
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Went to see the movie The Big Short. Pretty well done. It will help Bernie and his war against Wall Street. But, as usual with Hollywood, there are a few pieces left out. The roles of the government- owned and controlled mortgage insurers Freddie, Fannie, and the FHA were left out. Of course, without their guarantees none of the bad Read the full article…

December/26/2015 8:38AM
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How do young people today decide where to go to college and what to study? From what I’m observing it’s all peer group driven. Seems parents have little to say, the high school guidance counselors are slightly used, the aptitude tests don’t apply, and where the person lives may play a bigger part than any other Read the full article…