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Shut Down Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and Unleash the Free Market

Remember the financial crisis and market meltdown from late last decade? That wasn’t a fun time, and we’re still dealing with some of the fallout. Let’s specifically look at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the two privately owned but government-created housing finance institutions (also known as government-sponsored enterprises, or GSEs). Fannie and Freddie received giant […]

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The Three Best and Three Worst Policy Developments of 2014

Exactly one year ago, we looked at the best and worst policy developments of 2013. Now it’s time for a look back at 2014 to see what’s worth celebrating and what are reasons for despair. Here’s the good news for 2014. 1. Gridlock – I’ve been arguing for nearly three years that divided government is […]

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The Obama Administration Wants another Housing Bubble…Plus Final Predictions for the 2014 House and Senate Mid-Term Elections

More than 100 years ago, George Santayana famously warned that, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” At the time, he may have been gazing in a crystal ball and looking at what the Obama Administration is doing today.That’s because the White House wants to reinstate the types of housing subsidies that played a huge […]

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Will Obama compel insurance companies to re-offer old plans?

There is more than one way to skin cats and bankrupt private insurance companies. That President Obama lied when he guaranteed Americans they could keep insurance policies they liked is a metaphysical certitude. What is near supernatural is just how many ways he lied. From James Taranto, WSJ’s Best of the Web: Some of the canceled plans–the ones [Barack] Obama now categorically describes (dishonestly) as | Read More » . . . → Read More: Will Obama compel insurance companies to re-offer old plans? . . . → Read More: Will Obama compel insurance companies to re-offer old plans?