Category Archives: Home Ownership

The Inevitable Second Thoughts

Yeah, yeah – suffering builds character. People tell you that to make you feel better. Of course you don’t feel better – just depressed and exhausted. But maybe they’re right – maybe the next time, when you are once again … Continue reading

Posted in A New RTC, Blaming Obama for Everything, Democracy's End, Economic Meltdown, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, Financial Meltdown, Fox News, Hedge Funds, Home Ownership, Like the Great Depression, Market Behavior, Nationalizing Financial Firms, Objections to the Bailout, Paulson and Bernanke Fix Everything, Race and America, Racism Lives On, Regulation of the Markets, Resolution Trust Corporation, SEC Regulation, Stock Market Crash, Sub-Prime Crisis, The 700 Billion Bailout, The Financial System, The Limits of Capitalism | 1 Comment

The Bailout as Seen from Boston, Paris, Atlanta and Los Angeles

The fallout continues from Sarah Palin claiming she opposed that famous bridge to nowhere, and that new McCain-Palin ad – the Original Mavericks – where the claim is that “she stopped the bridge to nowhere.” She did, all by herself, … Continue reading

Posted in Amtrak, Blaming the Press, Charlie Black, Complexity, Economic Issues, Economic Meltdown, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, Home Ownership, Journalism, McCain's Palin Gamble, Palin Lies, Palin Under Wraps, Palin Unqualified, Qualifications to be President, The Bridge to Nowhere | 2 Comments

On Americans Becoming French

Here’s the button, and sometimes you see the bumper sticker out here in left-wing Hollywood – “The only thing worse than the French is when the French are right.”     Well, at the UN a few years ago, the irritatingly … Continue reading

Posted in Amtrak, Economic Issues, European Values, Home Ownership, Obama, Owning versus Renting, Paris, Passenger Rail Service, Sub-Prime Crisis, The French | Leave a comment