Category Archives: Public Policy

Thanks for no Memory of the Mortgage Crisis: Grab a Loan Shovel and Start Digging!

Bob Hope said “A bank is a place that will lend you money if you can prove that you don’t need it.” Bob Hope died in 2003 and apparently this philosophy died with him. Banks are again embracing borrowers who … Continue reading

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Dennis Miller’s Comedy of Errors

I’m a winner! Last Friday was a great day.  My wife and I spontaneously went to a local morning radio station remote broadcast.  We entered a couple of raffles they were holding and within 20 minutes they called my name … Continue reading

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Sam Adams, George Wythe and Francis Lewis: Colonial Leaders with Something to Say about America’s Financial Trust Deficit

Imagine what the founding fathers of the United States would say about the tyranny and bondage of excessive debt on Americans and American business today! The Wall Street Journal had an interesting article about the “trust deficit’ that is widening … Continue reading

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Home Ownership or Parasite Buffet? Who’s Sucking your Money Blood?

The next few posts will be a series on financing home ownership and a comparison of two popular mortgage products, the 15-year and 30-year fixed rate loan.  But first, I’d like to take a look at some common beliefs about … Continue reading

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