Give me a break

The story is all over the news tonight.  Here’s the Washington Posts’ take.  A few choice quotes: “But he (McCain)declined to embrace the kind of government intervention for individuals and institutions favored by Clinton and Obama, arguing that “it is not the duty of government to bail out and reward those who act irresponsibly, whether […]

Another one bites the dust

Here’s another case of someone buying more house than they could afford and now they’re whining.  According to the story “She has had to take extreme measures to pay for her interest-only mortgage of $2,500 a month.” Let’s take a second and do the math on this.  Which is something Patricia Guerrero should have done before […]

$53 trillion asteriod

Decent post by Glenn Beck on CNN today, although to be honest, I said most of it yesterday. gk


The film “Fitna” was released on the web today.  It’s here if you want to view it.  A story about it (and the controversy around it) is here on FoxNews.  Here’s another link to the movie. Personally, I think way to many people are way too uptight about religion in general.  God speaks to too […]

Who’s going to answer the phone?

Reading this story on FoxNewsreminded me to post my thoughts on the growing cries for more government regulation of the mortgage and brokerage industries.  Basically, I think we need to stop the Fed interventions and roll back the regulations we have now. That comes with a caveat though – no regulation and no intervention also implies […]