Tag Archives: recession

Mortgage help in on the way, U.S., Banks Agree on Foreclosure deal


This is a big boost for the US economy and for homeowners. Government officials have finalized an agreement worth as much as $26 billion with five major banks. The deal represents the largest government-industry settlement since a multistate deal with the tobacco industry in 1998. The five banks who agreed […]

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3 things Democrats don’t get about the GOP…


The modern-day GOP (Grand Old Party) seems to be a bunch of crazy mad animals. Since Obama has come into office, I’ve seen thing I thought I would’ve never seen in today’s America. Watching a Republican Presidential debate is like watching southerners debate about civil rights during the 1950s. Prior […]

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California Governor Jerry Brown gives the votes a choice, vote to raise taxes or get ready for massive cuts in the social safety net


Gov. Jerry Brown dream to balance the budget in California is giving democrats pause. The citizens will be given a choice in 2012, vote to raise taxes or get ready to slash. The planned cuts include education, welfare, health programs, and life guards. This sounds crazy but the recession of […]

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This video by Ron Paul is very damaging to the Romney campaign, if he survive these attacks then he’ll be battle ready


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Good news for the American people, the unemployment numbers continue to fall 8.5%,inside look at the Obama job creation numbers


Obama job numbers: Wonder what are the numbers behind the jobs market, this video by CNNMoney has the breakdown:

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The Justice Department settlement with Bank of America and the effect on the housing market


Lately, every time I turn on the news or read an article it’s about Bank of America. BOA over the last few months has seen a downward trend in the stock market. A month ago Bank of America was threatening to raise ATM fees to help raise money they lost […]

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This isn’t your grandmothers generation, marriage rate is at an all time low and dropping


In today’s America, the word marriage is scaring the Jesus out of kids. Marriage was once considered the most important thing one could do, but after the 2008 recession, marriage is considered an afterthought. For a so-called “Christian Nation,” staying together seems to be a thing of the past. Thanks […]

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What is a payroll tax cut and how does it affect me?


If you don’t understand the payroll tax cut then here is a video to help you. The Obama administration is trying to extend the tax cut while Republicans in Congress are blocking it. Well, they aren’t blocking it, they just want the middle class to pay for their own tax […]

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Poverty on the rise for years to come.


The official data by the census on poverty is bad news for the future of this country. The poverty rate is rising with no end insight. According to the new data release today: The new indicator, called the Supplemental Poverty Measure, estimates that 49.1 million were grappling with very difficult […]

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The Amerislump Is Upon Us by BY SUSAN GLASSER Foreignpolicy.com


Conservative agitator Pat Buchanan’s new book says America might not survive until 2025. “The Suicide of a Superpower,” it’s called. Even the less alarmist are suddenly sounding a lot like him as economists now predict that China may surpass the United States as the world’s largest economy a lot sooner […]

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Flash mobs and the mainstream media.


Flash mobs  have dominated the mainstream media in 2011 .   The majority teenage kids are using  social media to creating a chaotic atmosphere.  Social media have worked successfully networking freedom fighters/citizen in the middle-east to overthrow dictators.  In England social media was used for organizing riots causing civil unrest. […]

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Is the “American Dream” to by a home?


The American Dream was a house with a white picket fence, but after the recession of 2008 buying a home is not all that American.  Growing up, my dad continued to tell me buying a home is the best investment anyone could make but I never understood why I would […]

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The first drastic attack on women health starts in Indiana


I still remember the 2010 republican/tea party campaign slogan, JOBS, Jobs, jobs. With this slogan they won the House of Reps & the majority in many state government offices. After the swearing-in, the only bills passed in the Republican ran states are anti-union & anti-women. The anti-union busting bill started […]

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Lowest tax burden since ’58.


You’ve probably heard this on the the news channels lately, “we need to lower the tax burden in order to create jobs, if we don’t lower taxes then we can’t compete with the world.”  If this was the case, the unemployment rate would be at %5. These are the facts:  […]

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Obama, almost in campaign mode…


Over the past week the Obama administration has turned on the heat & the Republicans are back on the defense. The Paul Ryan plan has not only re-energized the democratic base but also President Obama. These are a few words he said in a fundraiser this week: ” Eliminating the health […]

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