The last two years have been somewhat interesting as far as looking at what the people we elect have or haven’t done for we, the people. As we get closer to what’s known as midterm elections, I thought it would be interesting to look back to see what’s gone on. I’m going to be as […]

The White House announced that their $787 billion stimulus package has actually created almost 683,000 jobs in the first quarter of this year. Well, that’s not quite what they said. They said the package “funded” that many jobs, and that’s an important distinction to make. In other words, these are jobs that were either created […]

It seems 2009 was more memorable than anyone hoped it would be as it pertains to the housing market. A record number of foreclosure notices went out in 2009, and more are expected in 2010 to break 2009’s record; how scary is that? There were around 2.8 million foreclosure notices that went out in 2009. […]

Jobs. Everyone’s talking about them lately. Depending on who you decide to listen to, things are either starting to improve or they’re not. A report came out saying job losses are drastically slowing down. Private sector job losses were around 203,000 for October, higher than expected but lower than it’s been on a monthly basis. […]

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