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Tell Your Representative to Support the New Fair Deal Banking and Housing Stability Act, H.R. 3550

As one of our millions of FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your Representative today and urge him or her to support H.R. 3550, the “New Fair Deal Banking and Housing Stability Act of 2013,” and to co-sponsor the bill if he or she has not already done so.

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Tell Your Representative to Support the New Fair Deal Banking and Housing Stability Act, H.R. 3550

As one of our millions of FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your Representative today and urge him or her to support H.R. 3550, the “New Fair Deal Banking and Housing Stability Act of 2013,” and to co-sponsor the bill if he or she has not already done so.

01/07/2014
The Naming of Leftist Catastrophes

This week, a global warming climate change alarmist group decided it would be great fun to petition the World Meteorological Organization to start naming violent storms after prominent deniers of their theory, despite a complete lack of evidence that violent storms are any more numerous today than in other years: "[W]e propose a new naming system, one that names extreme storms caused by climate change, after the po

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The Naming of Leftist Catastrophes

This week, a global warming climate change alarmist group decided it would be great fun to petition the World Meteorological Organization to start naming violent storms after prominent deniers of their theory, despite a complete lack of evidence that violent storms are any more numerous today than in other years: "[W]e propose a new naming system, one that names extreme storms caused by climate change, after the po

08/28/2013
FHA in Financial Hot Water?

Friday’s Wall Street Journal features an article outlining concerns over the Federal Housing Administration’s (FHA) financial viability.  The article points out that FHA currently insures 23 percent of the loans in the housing market up from 2.7 percent in 2006.  7.8 percent of FHA loans at the end of the second quarter were 90 days late or more or in default.   Federal law says the FHA must maintain reserves equal to 2 percent of the loans insured and the ratio has fallen to 3 percent last year down from 6.4 percent in 2007.

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FHA in Financial Hot Water?

Friday’s Wall Street Journal features an article outlining concerns over the Federal Housing Administration’s (FHA) financial viability.  The article points out that FHA currently insures 23 percent of the loans in the housing market up from 2.7 percent in 2006.  7.8 percent of FHA loans at the end of the second quarter were 90 days late or more or in default.   Federal law says the FHA must maintain reserves equal to 2 percent of the loans insured and the ratio has fallen to 3 percent last year down from 6.4 percent in 2007.

09/08/2009