Tag Archives: mortgage crisis

Occupiers: Everyone should have it. No one should have to pay for it.

The urban campers of Occupy Boston temporarily de-camped from the Greenway this afternoon to march through the streets of downtown Boston.  To the extent that a single coherent theme to the signs and chanting could be discerned, apparently today’s was a protest against “education debt.”  Here’s the Herald:

Members of the Occupy Boston movement, students from area colleges and…

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Nevada Republicans Running Away from Mitt “Hit the Bottom” Romney

Nevada has been perhaps the hardest-hit state in the country when it comes to the foreclosure crisis: In Nevada, 9,622 properties were in foreclosure in September, a nation-worst rate of one for every 118 housing units, according to RealtyTrac, a foreclosure tracking service. About two-thirds of homeowners are “underwater,” meaning they owe more than their home is worth. Mitt…

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