'World News' Finds Extreme Examples of Mortgage Crises

ABC's Betsy Stark frames rise in foreclosures as the fault of widespread fraud, not poor judgment from lenders and buyers.

State Farm: Bloomberg Markets Magazine Does Hatchet Job on Insurers

Insurance executive fights back against 'lack of journalistic ethics and wanton disregard for the facts' in magazine article.

Econ 101: The Problem with Bailouts

Bailing out a bum sector of the economy - with my money and yours - sends the message that people can do whatever they want without consequences. And that idea is how the mortgage problem started.

Liberal Economist Urges Government to Seize Private Homes

Property rights movement finds progressives are as big a threat as Supreme Court.

Experts Say Media Are Using Inflated Foreclosure Data

RealtyTrac, an organization that tracks foreclosures and is cited by many journalists, may still not be counting the number of foreclosures accurately.

Dingell Plans Attack on Homeowners

Global warming is congressman's excuse for taxing people who own larger houses.

Time Magazine Blames Lenders, Makes Case for More Mortgage Regulations

Time suggests home buyers are lured in by mortgage lenders and home builders, but ignores borrowers' personal responsibility.

Signals Suggest Home Financing Giant Countrywide Will Weather Credit Crunch

Media reports of bankruptcy appear to be premature, as the Fed cuts discount rate and mortgage lender secures $11 billion in financing.

Ups and Downs on Wall Street Send Journalists Panicking

Frightened media worry about 'another Black Monday,' recession and 'Armageddon,' but experts remain more collected.

Big Media Ignore the Devils in the SCHIP Bill's Details

The House version of the children's 'health' bill attacks abstinence education and promotes abortion.
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