Freddie Mac Demands More (and More)

AP reports GSE requests another $1.8 billion in aid, bury omission from financial reform bill.

Obama's Chief of Staff Pick a Freddie Mac Alum - Will Media Notice?

Rep. Rahm Emanuel held paid position on troubled GSE's board from 2000-2002, when Freddie Mac was accused of accounting and campaign finance irregularities.

'Evening News' Praises $25-Billion GSE Bailout

CBS report ignores long-term consequences of bill and calls a rise in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac stock an endorsement from Wall Street.

19 Times Bigger than Enron, and the Networks Didn't See It Coming

Cooking the books but protected by powerful politicians, the Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac financial crisis was seen a mile away by print media, but mostly overlooked by networks.

Government-Sponsored Enron

Billion-Dollar Scandal Not Ready for Prime Time
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