ageofautism.com / March 2, 2015
Thank you to Laura Hayes for sharing this letter – we invite you to do the same. Here’s the file. CA Vaccine Exemption Bill Religious Leaders Letter
Subject: Appealing for help from our religious leaders in CA
Dear Pastors, Priests, Bishops, Rabbis, and Others,
Currently in CA, there is a […]
doctorhousingbubble.com / March 1st, 2015 / Dr. Housing Bubble
California like the rest of nation has gained a large number of rental households. Many of these households were formed from the ashes of the 1 million completed foreclosures. Over the last ten years the nation has lost 1 million net homeowner households and has gained […]
truthingold.com / Dave in Denver / February 26, 2015 at 12:38
A Grass Valley man was arrested this week on charges of selling counterfeit gold bars, police said.
The victims bought $175,500 in gold bars before finding out they were fake, Nevada County District Attorney Clifford Newell said Wednesday.
A store owner, Gregory Arnoldi, […]
doctorhousingbubble.com / February 22nd, 2015
Investors continue to be a big percentage of home sales although overall home sales are rather low. Big investors started pulling back from the housing market late in 2013 and steadily into 2014. But even as that trend continues, we find some states heavily dominated by investors. In more […]
doctorhousingbubble.com / Dr. Housing Bubble / February 19th, 2015
Sales volume continues to be exceptionally weak in Southern California. The Taco Tuesday debt lovers are finding that HGTV upgrades on crap shacks are luring in fewer lemmings. People are probably coming to the stark realization that 30 years on a mortgage is a very long-time […]
srsroccoreport.com / February 5, 2015
The U.S. Empire continues to disintegrate from within due to the worst oil productivity in the world. This collapse is due to a falling EROI – Energy Returned On Invested. While this has been a long and ongoing process, the rate of decline is speeding up as the U.S. […]
charleshughsmith.blogspot.com / by CHARLES HUGH SMITH / JANUARY 31, 2015
I’ve found that much of the advice about how to make money blogging suffers from survivorship bias.
I was surprised to read that Andrew Sullivan was closing down his blog and subscription service, as his site was apparently making a lot of money. By a […]
jonrappoport.wordpress.com / By Jon Rappoport / January 30, 2015
The Sacramento Bee has the story. 1/27/15, “Grit and gratitude join reading, writing and arithmetic on report cards,” by Loretta Kalb:
“Across the state, report cards are undergoing a sea change in how students are measured for academic performance. Where teachers once graded students [only] on […]
news.goldseek.com / By Nick Giambruno / 30 January 2015
International Man is all about making the most of your personal freedom and financial opportunity around the world. To do this, by definition, you must minimize the amount of money any government takes from you.
Unlike every other country in the world, the US successfully […]
wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / January 29, 2015
Oil, pensions, and a new jail sink Kern County.
Crude oil plunged 4% on Wednesday, with West Texas Intermediate now at a new multiyear low of $44.36 per barrel. Consumers love the cheaper gasoline, and they’re saving their money, and some of them are shifting it […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 01/28/2015 20:31
At this point only an act of god, or a sudden Saudi change of heart to cut crude production by 50% (unclear which is more probable) can prevent a recession in Texas. However, one state that few thought would be impaired as a result of the […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 01/13/2015 09:58
A little over a year ago, Ocwen was the darling of hedge funds everywhere, with such luminaries as Steve Eisman pitching it at the Ira Sohn 2013 idea conference. Since then things went downhill and fast for the mortgage servicer, which after being branded “the “Next […]
doctorhousingbubble.com / Dr. Housing Bubble / January 11th, 2015
Real estate agents and brokers make a large portion of their income once a sale is completed. Escrow closes and the nice healthy commission is dished out. During the heyday of the housing bubble we had over 260,000 active real estate agents in California. Today it […]
theautomaticearth.com / by Raúl Ilargi Meijer / January 5, 2015
“It’s hard to imagine how anyone can survive at 50% of the poverty level. As of 2013, that corresponded to $9,384 a year for a family of three. [..] more than 7 million people were living below it.
• Being Poor Is Getting Scarier […]
thedailysheeple.com / Chris Carrington / January 2nd, 2015
No injuries have so far been reported after a 5.1 earthquake hit the Northern Californian coast 70 miles west of Ferndale. According to the United States Geological Survey website, the quake struck at 0416 this morning Pacific time.
The largest earthquake to hit California was a […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden
Having previously reduced the world’s predicament to two short paragraphs, Jim Grant has outdone himself with this holiday card this year…
zerohedge.com / By Nick Colas via ConvergEx / 12/23/2014 12:07
Drones are “In”; laptops are “out”. Demand for pickup trucks, guns, and used cars are all still hot, but food stamp participation is climbing once again. Sales of gold and silver coins remain weak, but the same goes for U.S. equity mutual funds. And […]
doctorhousingbubble.com / Dr. Housing Bubble / December 22nd, 2014
The latest sales figures for California show a market that is hitting a stalemate. Sales are dropping and many sellers have pulled properties off the market hoping that spring will bring better days. People run 30 year projections of perfect stability but think of what has […]
wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / December 18, 2014
San Francisco is known for its mind-boggling booms and breathtaking busts as the hot money from all over the world ebbs and flows amidst startup frenzies and IPO manias.
And now the hot money is flowing. It has created a delirious craziness in the housing market, […]
doctorhousingbubble.com / Dr. Housing Bubble / December 18th, 2014
Apparently home buyers didn’t get the memo about buying California real estate. November home sales tumbled to their lowest November showing dating back to 2007. When real estate markets turn, you will always see sales volume dry up first before any price changes. We are already […]