The engine of our recovery is real estate, although all economic development is important right now. Jobs from construction!
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Mumbai and the WAR on TERROR I'll be the first to admit, as I have when discussing Kosovo or DR Congo here on this site, that I really don't get the whole Paki-Indian historical conflict. But that sure doesn't mean it's not real.As the terror crisis in Mumbai unfolded over the last 48 hours there...
Got to agree with Mark, no bailout for autos or home building, at least in the since of giving them money.I have not pulled any punches in expressing my discontent with how Washington has mishandled this economic crisis; how they have been slow to identify that there is indeed a problem, how they...
Mini-Depression and the battle for economic common sense While reading a post by Robert Reich tonite it occurred to me that 2009 will feature a battle of epic proportions, with the now styled Mini-Depression at center stage.On the one side economists and the Democrat Congress, demanding quic...
Sorry but I don't think we need or can afford any more of these bailouts. What the entire country needs are more buyers of real estate, and a whole bunch of people in our industry need to stop talking the market down just to slam easy price cut deals. Sorry that's my opinion, I won't ever be wo...
FHA loans are available in Northwest Indiana From First Financial Trust Mortgage: FHA loan limits for Northwest Indiana $417,000 in Porter County for a single family home $417,000 in Lake County for a single family home$417,000 in LaPorte County for a single family homeThis is good news, in some ...
Will Obama campaign be audited by Feds? From the Foundry:According to federal election law, any presidential campaign that participates in public financing is automatically audited after an election. When Barack Obama broke his promise to the American people, by forgoing the public financing syst...
The McCain Upset Win From NextGenGop.com Final Electoral Predictions: What a McCain Upset Would Look Like Nov 3rd, 2008 by Aaron Marks. At this point, I don't think that any of us can effectively predict what the outcome of tomorrow's elections will be. Quite frankly, I'm not even sure that we'...