Items Tagged with 'Next Magazine'


  • CFPB must not serve two masters

    I’m often amazed at how simple lessons from childhood sneak back up in adulthood and cause you to slap your head in long-delayed understanding. I got so tired of hearing my mother tell me to layer my clothing before going outside in the winter. When I moved to the Northeast, the lesson made perfect sense. Other examples: always retain an attorney when you go into business; hire the very best people you can afford; when nature calls, make sure she doesn’t do so near an electric fence; don’t spit into the wind.
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  • A Great Scapegoat at Last

    There’s an e-mail making its way around the Internet calling attention to a piece purportedly written by syndicated columnist Charlie Reese that talks about the 545 people ultimately responsible for all of the woes currently being suffered by taxpayers in the United States. It turns out, according to this e-mail, that one hundred senators, 435 congressmen, one president, and nine Supreme Court justices are “directly, legally, morally, and individually responsible for the domestic problems that plague this country.” Well, that sure eases my mind.
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  • New Year, New HousingWire

    “Wait—HousingWire looks totally different.” I’m pretty sure that’s going to be the least of the various reactions you’ll have in seeing our revamped emails, new website, and completely revitalized approach to delivering editorial and content. I figured we’d start 2010 off with a bang, and roll out the next generation of—and HousingWire Magazine, too.
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  • Announcing Housing Wire Magazine

    I’m very excited to let HW readers know that today we’re unveiling the next step for Housing Wire as a publication -- Housing Wire Magazine, the first independent monthly to cover all of mortgage finance. You can subscribe today for less than $10 an issue -- $149 gets you a subscription through the end of next year (regular subscription price is $180 per year).
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