Archive | April 26, 2012

New Home Buyers are “Under Water” Because of Falling Home Prices

More than 1 million Americans who have taken out mortgages in the past two years now owe more on their loans than their homes are worth, and Federal Housing Administration loans that require only a tiny down payment are partly to blame. That figure, provided to Reuters by tracking firm CoreLogic, represents about one out […]

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George Zimmerman’s Complicated Past Intriguing NEW details

By Wonda J New interviews by Reuters reveal a complicated portrait of the man who killed Trayvon Martin. In the article entitled Prelude to a shooting, Chris Francescani go in-dept to discover who is the real Zimmerman and several new intriguing details emerge. Some may see this article as a ploy design to soften public perception […]

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Bully Debt Collector Company Finally Mess With the Wrong Woman (video)

Diana Mey, of Wheeling  West Virginia, fights to collect $10 Million from a debt collector that constantly bully her in paying a debt she didn’t even owe. The 10 Million judgment is the largest ever against an abusive debt collection company. “I’m a mom, and I’m a housewife, and I’m an accidental activist,” Mey said. From […]

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‘No Specific Threat’ One Year After The Killing of Bin Laden (video)

By Easton L During the 2004 presidential election there was a lot of debate around the subject of “keeping us safe” and a large part of that argument was centered around the eradication of the 911 master mind Osama Bin Laden. Next week will mark the one year anniversary of the May 2 raid that killed al Qaeda […]

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