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Examining the home price boom and its effect on owners, lenders, regulators, real estate agents and the economy as a whole.

Published: Tue, 20 Mar 2018 18:36:44 +0000



Wed, 03 Feb 2010 19:48:37 +0000

The issue is that we need cheep energy. Energy is required for any sort of growth/industry. Out of all the clean energy options nuclear is the best solution. The problem is the not in my back yard syndrome and all the red tape that is required. Without cheep energy the development of hybrids or plug in vehicles is dead in the water.

By: RioAmericanInBrasil

Wed, 03 Feb 2010 14:31:26 +0000

You will find out it’s not easy to become a permanent voting citizen in another country. That's the truth.

By: alpha-sloth

Wed, 03 Feb 2010 13:45:06 +0000

Step- I think you'd discover that 'our time' will still not let you eat in some restaurants, stay in some hotels, or marry someone of another race in parts of many states if we go back to state's rights. It wasn't so very long ago that this was the case, and it only ended when the federal government forced it to end. What do you think has changed?

By: CA renter

Wed, 03 Feb 2010 10:43:40 +0000

This is excellent advice. Unfortunately, I found out about this method long after I had finished taking all my classes. Hope you see ahansen's comment, GS.

By: CA renter

Wed, 03 Feb 2010 10:40:01 +0000

Quite frankly, I'd like to see an end to the whole student loan scam. The way I interpreted Obama's speech on students loans was that banks shouldn't get rich when they're taking no risks (agreed, and think this should apply across the board -- including mortgages). As for schools reducing costs; back when I was in college, they wanted to build a big football stadium so they could join the A-level teams (??? sorry, not into sports, so don't know the terminology). The students voted it down, time and again, but eventually they went ahead with it anyway. Millions of dollars spent on a stupid stadium when most of the students there just wanted to get an education and had to work their way through school. I'd love to see an end to student loans, and MUCH lower costs by eliminating the sports component and eliminating a lot of the administrative positions.

By: CA renter

Wed, 03 Feb 2010 10:32:11 +0000

That could be interesting, AZ Slim.

By: CA renter

Wed, 03 Feb 2010 10:19:52 +0000

I'll say this for the air quality in California -- L.A., specifically. Back when my DH and I were kids growing up in the San Fernando Valley, you couldn't see the mountains on the other side of the valley except for a few weeks in the winter, usually after the rains. When cresting the Sepulveda Pass (405 fwy) as you came into the valley, you almost never saw any mountains. Then, we got all the smog laws in the 80s (IIRC), which I certainly complained about as a young driver with old, delapidated cars (because that's all I could afford at the time). Thing is, every time we go to L.A. (now live in the San Diego area), we can see the mountains, clear as a bell. And the odd thing is, the population has only grown larger over the years. So, more people and less pollution...I think it was worth it.

By: CA renter

Wed, 03 Feb 2010 10:10:26 +0000

Unions = middle class. :)

By: CA renter

Wed, 03 Feb 2010 10:08:20 +0000

ahansen, Your posts are always much appreciated! :) Thanks for taking the time and energy to write for us.

By: CA renter

Wed, 03 Feb 2010 10:03:29 +0000

As long as 50% of the population makes their money by trading and deal making (instead of productive work), we are toast.

By: robin

Wed, 03 Feb 2010 09:25:37 +0000

Unless I am mistaken, the majority of folks on the HBB, including those like me who are fiscal conservatives yet social liberals, view Little Timmie with some suspicion that he is truly a lightweight. Am I wrong???

By: robin

Wed, 03 Feb 2010 06:56:08 +0000

Incredibly well-written and certainly provocative. Much appreciated by a former English Teacher and Director of a language school.