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Fannie Mae's dirty little secret upsets low-income home owners

Dave Masko's picture

Gardiner, Ore. – Home ownership conflict has become a natural state of affairs here in this former mill town located along Oregon's central and southern Pacific coast; thus, it's no surprise that the recession has hit the housing market hard, but what’s surprising are home owners pointing to what they call Fannie Mae’s “dirty little secret” of giving better breaks and customer service to banks and investors than to those who are struggling to keep their homes after a rash of recent foreclosures.

China faces its freedom fighters and the Ides of March with new protests

Dave Masko's picture

EUGENE, Ore. – New unrest in China, witnessed by recent sweep of freedom fighters in the Middle East -- include such protests as the “Jasmine Revolution” and other freedom fighters efforts on the Internet -- have resulted in massive arrests throughout China. In turn, members of a Chinese American student groups here in Eugene, and various international student organizations, are concerned for freedom fighters with the “Ides of March, and new plans for protests.

What Have We Learned? Rodney King Beating by LAPD 20 Years Later

Michael Cerkas's picture

Twenty years ago, on March 3, 1991, an event changed the world we lived in, however, it wasn’t a man named Rodney King being severely beaten at the hands of the Los Angeles Police Department officers, but rather, the chance video recording of it by an observer in the street whose name was George Holliday.


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