David Abromowitz responds to an attack on Sonia Sotomayor from a Princeton alumnus claiming that her nomination is another signal that the university is becoming too female.
It's getting a little tiresome constantly hearing the voices of conservative America insulting hard working Americans. To listen to Rush Limbaugh, Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich and their fellow travelers, we should believe that high earning Americans will go on strike if tax rates merely revert to 2000 levels.
The Obama administration’s housing plan actually helps homeowners, writes Andrew Jakabovics. Now that’s progress.
The worsening housing and economic crises afflicting our nation warrant bolder action in the home mortgage arena, writes David Abromowitz.
Report Report from David Abromowitz outlines ways that the Obama administration can incentivize and enable the green transformation of affordable housing.
The Community Reinvestment Act had nothing to do with the current financial crisis but much to do with revitalized communities, write David Abromowitz and Cathy Minehan.
During the presidential campaign, the housing debate sometimes had more to do with how many homes a candidate owned than about solutions to the nation's housing crisis.
David M. Abromowitz faults the Bush administration's dismantling of federal regulation for the current mortgage mess.
Liberty in America is often equated with economic freedom. Constrain one’s freedom to make a deal — even a bad deal — some argue, and liberty is diminished.
Even if Congress enacts Bush’s financial rescue package, there is more needed to revive our economy and restore integrity to housing and financial markets, writes David Abromowitz.
Michele Malkin and fringe conservatives want to blame the financial crisis on immigrants. David Abromowitz shows the truth behind the flimsy facts.
Michele Malkin y los conservadores quieren culpar a los inmigrares de nuestra crisis financiera. ¿Podremos creer esta manipulación?
Treasury Secretary’s $700 billion proposal to rescue Wall Street ignores Main Street, which Congress needs to fix, write David Abromowitz and Andrew Jakabovics.
The government acted wisely by rescuing the mortgage giants, but policymakers now need to consider the long-term benefits of homeownership, writes David Abromowitz.
Mucho después de que terminen las ejecuciones de los préstamos hipotecarios a tasas de alto riesgo, las familias de trabajadores de recursos módicos seguirán queriendo comprar viviendas.