Daily Topics - Tuesday February 21st, 2012

"Please join us tonight as we present a very special edition of The Big Picture "Teach-In to Take Back the American Dream" sponsored by the Campaign for America's Future and Free Speech TV. Guests include: Former U.S. Labor Secretary Robert Reich, Robert Borosage w/Campaign for America's Future, "Patriotic Millionaire" Leo Hindery of Intermedia Partners, Heather McGhee of Demos, and Natalie Foster from Rebuild the Dream. Check your local listings...9pm ET and 11pm ET on FSTV and RT.

Hour One: Restore the Middle Class...Commonwealth dividends for all? Peter Barnes / Plus, Greece...the Eurozone's first colony? / And, Flash Rally at SCOTUS - Eric Byler, Coffee Party USA

Hour Two: Is the Tea Party still relevant? Mark Williams, MarkTalk

Hour Three: Why have Republicans declared war on women? Carrie Lukas, Independent Womens Forum (IWF)

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Bobster 10 years 25 weeks ago
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Hello,

On Wed a woman from Michigan called in and was talking about a program that she qualified for in relationship to being upside down on her mortgage. She talked about how the bank had sold her note to another bank. I did not catch the name of the program she was applying for relief from. I'm hugely upside down on my mortgage and would like to seek federal assistance if there is something. So far all I've been able to find are legal firms that are charging money to represent me and promising me the world. Any advice?

Thanks,

Bobster

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