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The cost of Sandy

will be about half of what Obama blew on Green Energy in 2009.  And the taxpayers won’t pay for all of the Sandy damage, unlike the 34 failed or failing Green Energy companies.

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It sounds so inocuous

In case you haven’t been paying attention (like me) for whatever reason (I live in an apartment and have no intention of buying a house in the foreseeable future) there is considerable talk now of a foreclosure moratorium.  Give home buyers who are in over their heads a bit of breathing room.  Prevent the greedy […]

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A public service announcement

OK, not exactly.  But, it is information you might be interested in. (I haven’t heard of any instances around the general Ratlands area, but then again, I don’t pay much attention to the local news, as I don’t (usually) care about what passes for news on the local TV stations and I really don’t care […]

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Magical Thinking: Coming soon to a Government near you!

OK, that was a stupid title for a post, since magical thinking seems to be a requirement for a government job. I found an interesting article on the likelihood of significant inflation in our near future.  Disclaimer:  Denninger publishes at a website called 321Gold.  There is an obvious bias towards investing in precious metals.  I […]

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Back in the saddle. Again.

I actually got the office put back together last night, but then went to work for several hours.  I’m finally finished wading through the backed-up RSS feeds.  There won’t be any breathtakingly insightful essays (or any of the kind I usually write, either), but I will pass these links along: Ahhnuld on the California budget. […]

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GM fixedness update

My GM stock is now worth $1.71 per share. Might have something to do with GM being told to get the bankruptcy paperwork ready. I sure am glad our Dear Leader took the time to work all of this out.  I mean, wow, what a bold, innovative plan: throw tons of money at them and […]

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Hopey-changey

So, the GM stock I bought a couple of years ago at $32.95 is worth $2.70 today ($2.67 in after-hours trading).  That’s a 92% loss in value.  Not, I must say, all Obama’s fault, although after yesterday, I’m pretty sure my investment is going to be absolutely worthless.  The funny part is that I considered […]

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