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Sub-Prime Mortgage Crisis

Karl Rove Sets The Record Straight

October 3, 2009

Karl Rove appeared on the O’Reilly factor yesterday, which was guest-hosted by Juan Williams.  Williams challenged Rove on why the Bush administration did nothing to try to prevent the housing crash and the problems with Fannie Mae and Freddy Mac.  Rove sets the record straight, pointing out how the Republicans and Bush administration had a [...]

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Housing Bubble, Take 2

September 25, 2009

We all know that the sub-prime mortgage mess precipitated a housing bubble that got us into this economic disaster we now find ourselves in.  Yet while many are trying to convince us that the economy is recovering, further disaster looms on the horizon.  Without getting into the whole dangerous situation that the massive amount of [...]

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Repealing the Bailout

November 17, 2008

Senator Jim Inhofe (R-OK) has circulated a letter this week to the Senate, making known his intentions to bring forth legislation in the lame-duck session of Congress to attempt to freeze the remaining funds authorized by TARP (Troubled Asset Relief Program), also known as the Paulson Plan or the Socialist Bailout Fiasco.  From Inhofe’s letter: [...]

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The Socialist Bailout Fiasco

November 12, 2008

Conservatives such as myself warned back in September that the Bailout Bill proposed by Secretary of the Treasury Henry Paulson, passed by Congress, and signed into law by President Bush, was a socialist disaster in the making.  The bill was supposedly passed to help shore up our nations credit and unfreeze the credit markets.  Aside [...]

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Three Reasons McCain Lost

November 6, 2008

McCain’s defeat by President-Elect Barack Obama can be attributed to many factors, such as the media, Obama’s smoothness, Obama’s ground organization, etc.  Here, however, I am going to focus on three areas in the McCain campaign strategy that, had they done things differently, may have yielded a different result this past Tuesday.  Response to the [...]

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Bailout BS

October 29, 2008

Those frequent visitors to this site know that I have been against the Paulson Socialist Bailout Package since its inception, and have felt that it was not necessary to fixing the economy, was put together too quickly to stem a supposed crisis that few understood, and was packed with pork that had nothing to do [...]

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Democrats Aim for New New Deal, McCain Aims for Growth

October 14, 2008

Democrats, eyeing an Obama Presidency and a super-majority in the U.S. House, are working to craft legislation that will usher in a New New Deal, or as they call it, a re-engineering of the New Deal for the 21st century, which will usher in socialism for a generation.  The Democrats see, ironically, the Paulson Plan as the foundation [...]

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How McCain Can Win

October 6, 2008

bJohn McCain is currently behind in Presidential election by three to eight points, depending on the poll.  With only a month less to go, McCain’s current strategy is obviously not working.  During the last two weeks, the Obama campaign has succeeded in defining the narrative of the day.  McCain needs aggressively to go on the offensive [...]

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