U.S. Treasury Secretary Paulson’s newest plan to resolve the global credit crisis comes none to soon. Congress must ensure it protects not merely firms but families, writes Ed Paisley.
Deploying taxpayer money judiciously to calm the housing and credit crises is important to Wall Street and Main Street, writes Ed Paisley.
Treasury’s Paulson shifts blame for current credit and housing crises, setting up the next one with new financial regulatory reform.
The president thinks helping neighborhoods would only help lenders. How about helping homeowners with negative equity in their homes?
Ed Paisley is the Senior Director for Communications and Publications at the Washington Center for Equitable Growth. Prior to joining Equitable Growth, Ed was a senior director of communications at The Pew Charitable Trusts and the Vice President for Editorial at American Progress. Ed was previously a business and finance journalist for more than two […]