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20 hrs ago | via American Thinker
ACORN's old Missouri chapter is playing at least a supporting role in the violent unrest and crime wave that has plagued Ferguson and St. Louis, Missouri since the Aug. 9 death of Michael Brown. With all the pathologies on parade right now in and around Ferguson, really, how could the loyalists of ACORN, which once claimed a membership of 400,000, have stayed away from the opportunity to lynch a white police officer for doing his job? The recruiting and fundraising opportunities for the cop-hating progressive movement are virtually unlimited. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 15 | via The American Prospect
It wasn't easy; when he first went to see the house, the real estate agent wouldn't show it to him. Atypically, Williams belonged to a church with a white pastor, who contacted the agent on Williams's behalf, only to be told that neighbors objected to sales to Negroes. Comment?
Friday Oct 17 | via DigitalBURG
A California-based real estate research company says new foreclosure cases in Kansas and Missouri declined sharply in the third quarter from year-ago levels while rising slightly nationwide. RealtyTrac reports the number of default notices, auctions and bank repossessions fell 31 percent in Kansas during the July to September period, while they plummeted 45.5 percent in Missouri during that same period. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 8 | via Business Journal
Single-family home prices in St. Louis, including distressed sales, increased by nearly 5 percent in August compared with the same month in 2013. That's according to new data published by CoreLogic, a California-based real estate tracker. Comment?
Friday Sep 26 | via The Daily Caller
John Berlau is director of the Center for Investors and Entrepreneurs at CEI. He is also a contributor to OpenMarket.org. Comment?
Sunday Oct 19 | via The Recorder
Artists throughout the county and beyond are waiting to hear whether the Arts Block will survive and continue as is so that they have a place in the heart of Greenfield in which to perform. Comment?
12 min ago | via Reuters
China's vast factory sector grew a shade faster in October as firms drew more foreign and domestic orders, a private survey showed on Thursday, though the modest expansion likely won't dispel concerns about the cooling Chinese economy. The flash HSBC/Markit manufacturing purchasing managers' index edged up to a three-month high of 50.4 from a final reading of 50.2 in September, and just a hair's breadth from the 50.3 reading forecast by analysts. Comment?
13 min ago | via Patch.com
A judge ruled Wednesday that the Ellicott City teen accused of conspiring to kill her father -Howard County commercial real estate agent and blogger Dennis Lane -may plead not criminally responsible in his murder. Lane penned the blog " Tales of Two Cities ," chronicling Ellicott City and Columbia . Comment?
14 min ago | via Daily Kos
At The Atlantic , Rose Hackman writes One-Fifth of Detroit's Population Could Lose Their Homes -Many families could stay put for just a few hundred dollars, if only they knew how to work the system: As Detroit seeks to leave bankruptcy behind and get back on its feet-ramping up development with construction of a light rail and a new hockey arena that will cost the city hundreds of millions of dollars-it is simultaneously bearing witness to a process that could evict up to 142,000 of its residents, many of whom are too poor to pay their property taxes. Detroit is 83 percent African-American, and 38 percent of its population lives below the poverty line. Comment?
18 min ago | via American Reporter
Will wonders never cease? I never thought the right-wing Republicans of the House of Representatives would join arms with the progressive Democrats that populate this newspaper and put the kibosh on President George W. Bush's greedy, unrealistic and anti-American $700 billion bailout plan for Wall Street. We hear the arguments about the impending ctastrophe, and we even admit that a few catastrophes are more than likely going forward without the plan. Comment?
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