Funding for Affordable Housing Trust Fund Uncertain

Posted by admin on December 25, 2011 in Budget Deficit |

Article by Sean M Carpenter The housing and financial crises that sent the United States into a deep recession had many causes. One that was common to both was the practice of approving mortgages for people who, just a few short years prior, would not have qualified. In some instances, applicants did not even have […]

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Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Posted by admin on December 25, 2011 in Budget Deficit |

Attention-deficit Hyperactivity Disorder it is the common disorder in children. It means difficult to stay focused, attention problem and hyperactive, children can’t sit still and can’t focused properly. Girls are less affect by this than the boys. The children’s can’t pay attention to any one particular activity constantly. Three types of Attention-deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: Predominantly […]

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GOP candidates Fix US economy or fail like Europe

Posted by admin on December 24, 2011 in Budget Deficit |

Article by Abby Smith If there is one state in the union President Obama might think is secure for him in next year’s election, it would be Michigan. After all, he led the tax-payer assisted bankruptcy reorganizations of General Motors and Chrysler, and turned Michigan from a complete economic basket-case to one of the top […]

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Market Crash: That which you Will need to Find out about Them

Posted by admin on December 24, 2011 in Budget Deficit |

Article by Courlise Williameson People have been owning queries about what the stock market crash 2011 is all about. Did the stock promote go down considerably to the expression “crash” for being applied? Previous August was 1 on the indicators on the stock market crash. The stock current market Dow has gone down a lot […]

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The Essence of a Caloric Deficit in Fat Loss Programs

Posted by admin on December 23, 2011 in Budget Deficit |

Gone are the days when fat loss strategies were vague and mysterious. Contemporary sound fat loss strategies are based on scientific grounds, where each calorie eaten or burnt is very important. Following intense research into the area of dieting and fat loss, it has become generally agreed that fat loss only accrues from a calorie […]

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Bankrupt State Governments, More Pain For State Citizens, No Courage At The Top

Posted by admin on August 14, 2011 in Budget Deficit |

Article by Bruno Korschek Fascinating, if depressing, analysis in the February 11, 2011 issue of The Week magazine regarding the dire economic straits of our state governments. As a word of caution, please do not read the following if you have a weak stomach or you actually think the economy is going to get very […]

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Hey Buddy! Gotta Buck?

Posted by admin on August 14, 2011 in Budget Deficit |

Article by A Raymond Randall On a Wednesday afternoon, a leased commercial jet landed at Bangkok International airport. Two hours later, a Thai bus driver for the Airports Authority of Thailand maneuvered narrow alleyways to Thailand’s version of the Red Roof Inn. When getting off the bus, the first words I heard were, “Hey Air […]

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Nancy Pelosi – Becoming More and More Irrelevant

Posted by admin on August 13, 2011 in Budget Deficit |

Article by Bruno Korschek Nancy Pelosi has been just such a fertile ground of political class insanity over the past four years she was Speaker Of The House. Consider some of her finer moments: – When Congress was trying to decide whether or not to extend unemployment benefits further, she made the not quite so […]

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Why Does Everyone in American Recognize Our Looming Debt Crisis Except the Politicians In Washington?

Posted by admin on August 13, 2011 in Budget Deficit |

Article by Bruno Korschek Before we try to understand why the Washington political class is so clueless about the gathering budget and debt storm clouds that are fast approaching, it might be a good idea to review the latest estimates from the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) relative to the country’s financial shape, estimates that are […]

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QUANTITATIVE EASING – SIBOR SOR RATES AND YOUR SINGAPORE PROPERTY INVESTMENTS

Posted by admin on August 12, 2011 in Budget Deficit |

Article by Www.PropertyBUYER.com.sg PART 1 – QUANTITATIVE EASING – SIBOR SOR RATES AND YOUR SINGAPORE PROPERTY INVESTMENTSOn the 3rd Nov, 2010, the federal reserve announced a US0 billion bond buying. Quantitative Easing is euphemism for printing more money without a corresponding increase in economic output.Since the last time, we highlighted in 2008, “The additional funding […]

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