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The Hill (blog)

In politics, principles matter more than prestige and perks
The Hill (blog)
And yet, Cohn and Mnuchin are both multimillionaires. Unlike that former cabinet secretary back in the '60s, a monthly mortgage payment is surely not a problem for them. How sad if standing next to Trump does not make them uncomfortable, if what he ...

Indian Country Today Media Network

No 2018 Appropriation Yet, but Lots of Indian Mortgages Forecasted
Indian Country Today Media Network
The federal Section 184 American Indian mortgage program may have been zeroed out in President Donald Trump's 2018 budget, but that doesn't mean it will stop making loans. Same goes for the Section 184A program, which serves Native Hawaiians.

Average US mortgage rates edge lower; 30-year at 3.89 pct.
Washington Post
Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac says the rate on 30-year, fixed-rate mortgages slipped to 3.89 percent from 3.90 percent last week. While historically low, that's still above last year's average of 3.65 percent. The benchmark rate stood at 3.43 percent a ...

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Dems' first wave of recruits 'outsiders' in 2017 version of Tea Party
MURPHYSBORO, Ill. — If there is a Democratic wave election in 2018, the tide will probably bring in individuals like Brendan Kelly, a state's attorney in St. Clair County and former Navy officer who's never run for the state legislature or Congress.

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Mnuchin Hints at Keeping Carried Interest Tax Break for Some
McConnell said Monday the carried-interest tax break would be considered during tax negotiations among congressional and White House officials. He added that aside from tax incentives for charitable giving and home-mortgage interest, “there's no point ...

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Taibbi: Government Misled Public on Fannie/Freddie Takeover ...
In August 2012, a few months before Barack Obama told Mitt Romney the Eighties had called and wanted their foreign policy back, the U.S. government made a ...

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Mortgage-Interest Deduction Gets Harder to Defend - Bloomberg
The tax deduction for mortgage interest would be a bad idea even if it worked. Which it doesn't.

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MALCOLM BERKO: Investing in a church mortgage a dicey ...
The Northwest Florida Daily News
Dear Mr. Berko: Our 30-year-old daughter and son-in-law have decent jobs, have six children, live in Colorado Springs and have become new members of a ...

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Kevin Stitt of Gateway Mortgage Group to Enter Race for Oklahoma ...
kevin stitt A long-standing member of the mortgage industry could be making the jump into politics if all goes according to plan, according to a recent press ...

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University of Pittsburgh The Pitt News

Councilman Gilman talks district, student issues
University of Pittsburgh The Pitt News
Serving as the president of CMU's student government, he continued his career as a political aide to then-Councilman Bill Peduto, who also represented District Eight. When Peduto went on to win the mayorship in 2013, Gilman was ... The proposal would ...

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