The Government Clearly Learned NOTHING From The 2008 Financial Crisis

Business | Peter Fricke
Obama speaks about the housing market during a visit to Phoenix

‘Price war’ among gov. agencies leads to falling standards, rising risk of mortgage default

Will Housing Policy Cause A New Financial Meltdown?

Daily Caller News Foundation | Rachel Stoltzfoos
A man walks out of a Payday loan store in Dalston on October 3, 2013 in London, England. Payday loan stores are to face tougher regulations after moves proposed by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) call on more responsible lending. (Photo: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

‘I think it’s setting up the ability for another crisis to come’

Taxpayer Backed Fannie And Freddie Ordered To Subsidize Low-Income Housing

Business | Rachel Stoltzfoos

Hensarling: ‘A lump of coal to every taxpayer’

Labor Day Quandry: What The Fannie/Freddie Mess Says About Our Freedoms Slowly Slipping Away

Opinion | Ken Blackwell
Representative Mel Watt testifies before the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee confirmation hearing to be the regulator of mortgage finance firms Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac in Washington

A new Heritage/WSJ study shows America’s decline

Five DECADES Of Government Intervention Failed To Boost Home Ownership

Daily Caller News Foundation | Peter Fricke

But it did increase risk and boost debt!

Fannie and Freddie Raking In 'Tens Of Billions' Of Dollars

Business | Jonah Bennett
Woman walks past Fannie Mae in Washington

‘Reckless Endangerment’ author pans leading reform effort

Reforming The Government's Housing Finance System Without Fixing It

Opinion | Mark Calabria and Ike Brannon
Mortgage Rates.JPEG

Throwing Fannie and Freddie onto the federal balance sheet carries serious risks.

Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac shareholders want say in mortgage finance reform

Business | Breanna Deutsch
A man stands outside Fannie Mae in Washington

Can they be privatized?

Cantor's personal war on conservatives

Politics | Christopher Bedford
Eric Cantor and John Boehner on July 14, 2011 in Washington, D.C. Getty Images.

‘House of Cards’ allegations rile the right

Phony Fannie-Freddie reform empowers the left

Opinion | John Berlau
Freddie Mac Fannie Mae

A new trust fund looks surprisingly similar to the one ACORN dipped into.

'WHAT LEGAL AUTHORITY?' Nader fights the Obama administration's secret Fannie-Freddie plan

Politics | Patrick Howley
Independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader speaks at a rally on Wall Street across from the New York Stock Exchange
Left-leaning activist outraged at the Obama administration

Bailed out companies still owe taxpayers $124 billion

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch

General Motors also owes taxpayers more than $19 billion

Skepticism about Treasury claims of debt paydown - TheDCNF

Daily Caller News Foundation | Betsi Fores
World Bank IMF Spring Meetings.JPEG

Experts: Announcement nothing to get excited about

County sues Fannie and Freddie for unpaid taxes

Business | Patrick Howley
Fannie Freddie

Mortgage giants claimed to be ‘governmental bodies’

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac report profitable quarters, still owe taxpayers $146.5 billion - TheDCNF

Daily Caller News Foundation | Angelica Malik
Fannie Mae

Mortgage giants report profits, repay taxpayers a paltry few billion dollars

Menendez-Boxer refinance plan will entrench government housing

Opinion | Adam Berkland

The plan would redistribute income from investors to homeowners.

Meet the man who investigated Fannie Mae - TheDCNF

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch

Nye Lavalle predicted the housing collapse years in advance, but his warnings went unheeded

SEC lawsuit against Fannie and Freddie ruins liberals' holidays

Opinion | John Berlau

The lawsuit further discredits the liberal narrative that the mortgage giants had nothing to do with the housing meltdown.

Highlights of payroll tax-jobless benefits bill - AP

Business | admin
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Requires president to approve construction of the Keystone XL oil pipeline within 60 days, or to reject it

Mudd, facing civil charge, steps down at Fortress - AP

Business | Kells Hetherington
Daniel Mudd

He is one of six former executives at Fannie and Freddie Mac, facing civil fraud charges