Help in Sight, More Homeowners Walk Away
In 2006, Benjamin Koellmann bought a condominium in Miami Beach. By
his calculation, it will be about the year 2025 before he can sell his
modest home for what he paid. Or maybe 2040.
Magazine Pushes Draconian Internet Licensing Plan Time Magazine has enthusiastically jumped on the
bandwagon to back Microsoft executive Craig Mundie's call for Internet
licensing, as authorities push for a system even more stifling than
in Communist China, where only people with government permission would
be allowed to express free speech.
Budgets and Blind Ambition
The American elite’s unbounded, unquestioned, indeed unconscious
sense of imperial entitlement and dominance — based ultimately
on war, the threat of war and the profit from war — is one of
the defining characteristics of our age.
Didn’t the Nanny State Protect Us From Toyota?
Would someone please explain to me how it’s possible that millions
of Toyota vehicles have that accelerator problem? I thought the federal
government was supposed to keep us safe from these sorts of things. Liberties
oversight panel gets short shrift President Obama is coming under pressure from Democrats
and civil liberties groups for failing to fill positions on an oversight
panel formed in 2004 to make sure the government does not spy improperly
on U.S. citizens. Cell
Phones Cause Brain Cancer, Scientists Warn A report issued by the International Electromagnetic Field
Collaborative and endorsed by 43 scientists from 13 countries has reviewed
the evidence linking cell phone use to brain tumors, and refuting the
methodology of a forthcoming industry-funded study expected to give
the phones a clean bill of health.
calls for euthanasia of disabled newborns
The article titled “Finish it off so it doesn’t suffer,”
which calls for the euthanasia of disabled newborn children, has
caused public outrage in Russia and has led to fierce debates in
the blogging community.