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Not a surprise, deficit up (marketwatch.com)
by rdm on 15 Oct 2018  88 comments, latest 2 months ago
Yep, higher interest payments, more Social Security spending for aging population and higher defense spending. Education spending down. And those robust revenues pouring into the government coffers generated by the...

Omarosa puts Trump on his heels (politico.com)
by rdm on 14 Aug 2018  39 comments, latest 4 months ago
Pres. Trumpenstein's monster is now attacking her creator. She has her strap on so far up his ass he is choking on his own tweets. And always remember he hires...

Texas gets California's Poor While Jobs and the Rich Stay put. (forbes.com)
by rdm on 13 Feb 2013  Posted 6 years ago
Seems to be a correlation between high housing prices and out migration of lower income people, which makes sense. Out migration of people slowed as housing prices in CA dropped,...

A Different Take on Occupy Wall Street (youtube.com)
by rdm on 15 Nov 2011  3 comments, latest 7 years ago
This is a something I came across, it may be of interest as the speaker sees the world in a different way. There are 3 videos the first is a...

Economy recovering in Silicon Valley ? (online.wsj.com)
by rdm on 29 Apr 2011  6 comments, latest 8 years ago
This isn't my market but I would be nervous if I were in this area and waiting for further substantial drops in price. Office space rentals generally mean new hires...

Mortage Servicers Not Playing Ball With Team Obama, Have Better Offer (msnbc.msn.com)
by rdm on 30 Jul 2009  Posted 9 years ago
   It appears that the Obama administrations mortgage modification plan is having little effect on getting the mortgage servicers to act on modifying the mortgages of homeowners...
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