Anthony Randazzo is the director of economic research at the Reason Foundation.
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If we're to get even close to balancing the books, "mandatory" spending is in for deep cuts.
Bloomberg's recently (and quite rightly) christened "Forbes 30 Under 30" superstar Josh Barro is inside my head. Or at least that's what the title of his recent post for The Ticker implies. But since he kindly didn't dig deeper in exploring the depths of our depraved "Hard-Money Advocate" Brains, let me clear up a few things.
If the mortgage interest deduction were to be phased out, who would lose out on the subsidy?
Judges in the Bay State will soon have the power to determine whether a bank can foreclose on a home or must modify the mortgage.
And why the Occupy movement should be up in arms.
Sometimes leading indicators are deceiving.
The American Enterprise Institute's Peter Wallison on how government, not greed, was the essential ingredient in the 2008 meltdown.
Banks that comply with Chicago's new law may be liable for burglary, trespassing, or similar crimes.
What the June 12 Turkish elections mean for the Middle East and global finance