Weekend Must ReadsPosted by on October 19, 2013
A whole segment of society is losing access to mainstream banking that allows them to safely save and invest for the future. They are being pushed into nontraditional financial arrangements not by choice, but because of Dodd-Frank.
With Janet Yellen now seemingly on course to be the next Fed chairman, it’s time to find out what she thinks about some very important questions of monetary and regulatory policy.
If the CFPB intends to pursue discrimination caused by policies that have a discriminatory effect, it may want to start by looking at its own policies.
Washington Examiner | GM got bailout, now ships jobs to China
President Obama quietly released GM from a bailout requirement that it increase its U.S. production. Now, GM is spending billions of dollars building up its production capacity in China.