SC Upholds Authority of FHFA to Collect Profits on Bailout Money

On June 23, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling on the lawsuit filed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac investors versus the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA). Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito ruled that even if FHFA’s structure is flawed to the point of being unconstitutional, he and all other SC Justices unanimously agreed […]

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Biden Open to Good Faith Negotiations Over Infrastructure Plans

Republicans are expected to oppose the 28% corporate tax hike to augment federal funds for Pres. Biden’s proposed $2.3 trillion infrastructure plan. That being the case, the President announced that he is willing to discuss and negotiate with Republicans and Democratic senators alike; but he will not allow inaction to hamper his push for major […]

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What’s Political Psychology?

At its very center, political psychology is focused on a person’s behavior within the given political system. Psychology alone can’t explain intractable conflicts, war, Holocaust or even other extreme behavior of the state or collective political entity in a complex environment. Individuals are not acting or responding within a vacuum. Rather, their behavior greatly varies […]

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Where does Your Tax Money Go?

We are all paying taxes. But where does the federal government puts the tax money they have collected? Basically, federal government is collecting taxes in an effort to fund different public services. In fact, in the fiscal year of 2019, the federal government has spent over 4.4 trillion dollars, which amounted to 21% of the […]

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NY Gov Calls McConnell’s State Bankruptcy Bill a Dumb Idea

Angered by Republican Senator Mitch McConnell’s move to pass a bill for states to declare bankruptcy, NY Gov. Cuomo called it the dumbest idea ever. Actually, McConnell made his remarks in connection with his and other Republican allies’ refusal in giving financial aid to Democratic States. Rather than receive bailouts coming from the $2.2 trillon […]

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  • SC Upholds Authority of FHFA to Collect Profits on Bailout Money
    On June 23, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling on the lawsuit filed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac investors versus the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA). Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito ruled that even if FHFA’s structure is flawed to the point of being unconstitutional, he and all other SC Justices unanimously agreed […]
  • The Effects of Political Changes on Stock Prices
      A nation’s government shapes the company environment in which firms operate. Government policies such as modifications to regulations, taxes, rates of interest, and spending programs so have a massive impact on individual businesses’ operations along with their stock price. This lesson will explain to you the way federal policies influence the purchase cost of […]