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The Crisis Of Foreclosure That Receives Little Or No Publicity – Updated

We all know that the foreclosure crisis in America is serious and is causing several banks to fail. The situation is actually becoming worse, and an unintended consequence of foreclosure is causing several problems across the nation which receive very little press, and most Americans who still are financially solvent fail to understand that foreclosure constitutes a "double-whammy" to those who have lost their homes, and it affects the poor and lower income people the worst - some who have not experienced a foreclosure. Foreclosures are also posing a unique problem for law enforcement, and Atlanta, Georgia, is leading the fight in what appears to be a losing battle to protect homes that are vacant - and it's costing the banks even more money as vacant homes are razed by thieves, stripping copper and anything of value that can be carted away.

July 25, 2008 ·


Time Magazine Reveals Israel’s “Freudian Slip” On Attacking Iran – Updated

Time Magazine posted a revealing article on the possibility of the Bush administration starting a War with Iran before President Bush and Darth Cheney slither out of office. The article was discussing Congressional hearings in regard General David Petraeus’s confirmation as head of the U.S. Central Command, however, Yossi Kuperwasser, who was the former commander ... Read More »

May 24, 2008 ·


If Bush Attacks Iran, How should Americans react?

No matter what Progressive or Liberal Blog you read, including several well respected News aggregators such as Op-Ed News, Buzzflash, RAW Story, and countless other sites who are headlining articles and Op-Eds that indicate the majority of the nation and global community are expecting an imminent attack on Iran – it would appear that the ... Read More »

April 27, 2008 ·


Limited Food Rationing Begins In CA, Gas Is Soaring, So How Will You Survive?

When the United Nations released a report estimating that food prices have risen eighty-three percent (83%) in the past three (3) years, it was an astounding figure that caught many people by surprise. As with most issues that “only affect third world countries”, Americans are finally awakening to the fact the crisis is also hitting ... Read More »

April 23, 2008 ·

Disaster Preparedness

Gas Will Be $4.50 Per Gallon By August in Georgia

I can’t state what gas prices will be in other states, however, in Georgia, it’s already known that in August, gas will be approximately $4.50 cents per gallon. Yesterday, while buying gas at a new Chevron Station, the clerk told me that they had been advised by their suppliers that in August, the price per ... Read More »

April 16, 2008 ·


Way To Go Dems; Listen To The MSM And Hand The Election To The GOP!

For the past seven (7) years, the Mainstream News Media has favored the Bush administration and has refused to publish facts and report upon issues that are critical to the survival of Democracy in America. Their bias and downright refusal to honestly report the facts rather than spin and propaganda has been well documented – ... Read More »

March 21, 2008 ·


Playing The Race Card And Understanding Who Stacked The Deck

When Barack Obama gave his speech on “A More Perfect Union”, the public was treated to something different and almost hypnotic; a Politician who didn’t duck the issue, “disown” his pastor for remarks that shocked many Americans, but instead – Senator Obama faced the controversy head-on and attempted to bridge the gap of racial divisiveness ... Read More »

March 19, 2008 ·


Time Magazine States That Americans Don’t Care About Losing Our Civil Rights

I read an article in Time Magazine online that has me questioning their intent. From what I’m reading in news accounts on the Internet, the facts don’t agree with the article. In fact, in this author’s opinion, the article, by omitting facts that would incriminate the MSM themselves, are misrepresenting this issue as they have ... Read More »

March 18, 2008 ·


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