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Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#958610 Aug 2, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>Too bad that you didn't bother reading that link__or maybe you did and just lack the sort of comprehensive skills needed to make sense of it.
You're a real trip babe. Dumber than dirt.
The lawyer who wrote this critique and analysis of the CRA seemed to waffle between trying to shine a good light on it and finding fault.

But you obviously didn't read this part:

"Although reasonable people can disagree about how to interpret the evidence, my own judgment is that the worst and most widespread abuses occurred in the institutions with the least federal oversight. The housing crisis we face today, driven by serious problems in subprime lending, suggests that our system of home mortgage regulation, including the CRA, is seriously deficient."

He went on to say:

"We need to mend what my friend, the late Federal Reserve Board Governor Ned Gramlich, aptly termed “the giant hole in the supervisory safety net. Moreover, many market-based systems designed to ensure sound practices in this sector—broker reputational risk, lender oversight of brokers, investor oversight of lenders, rating agency oversight of securitizations, and so on—simply did not work."

“Come Home America!”

Since: Nov 11

Claymont, Delaware 19809

#958611 Aug 2, 2013
WOW wrote:
Unemployment Rate Is 7.4 Percent, Fewer Jobs Than Expected Created In July
year 6 BARAK whats up just saying you made promises
Job growth continues to last well into President Barack Obama's second term despite republican efforts to slow the economic recovery by blocking job bills and cutting government investment in rebuilding America's national infrastructure. Even Rand Paul who is consistently anti-government public investment thought it was now better to spend on America the small, paltry scraps of foreign aid we give to other countries(less than 1/10th of 1% of total U.S. GDP) How cheap of Rand Paul!
Patriot

Longmont, CO

#958613 Aug 2, 2013
Sharing - From Dutchsinse

Hey.. remember a few days ago.. the false "north pole melted" story that was being pushed as proof of "climate change"?

we debunked the whole thing showing you the actual icepack feeds..(linked below)


Guess what... they're now saying the water is gone!! Now its back to ice.

LOL

The story is now MUCH more mundane.. the melt was the size of an olympic swimming pool.... certainly not the "north pole melted" as originally reported.

Can you say "exaggeration" by the main stream media?!! To go from the entire north pole, down to a swimming pool size melt.

epic !

quote:

" Like a politician whose peccadillos lead to "family time," the North Pole lake has had its fill of Internet notoriety. The stunning blue meltwater lake that formed on the Arctic ice disappeared on Monday (July 29), draining through a crack in the underlying ice floe.

Now, instead of 2 feet (0.6 meters) of freshwater slopping against a bright-yellow buoy, a remote webcam shows only ice and clouds.

Though the North Pole lake's 15 minutes of fame focused worldwide attention on global warming's effects on Arctic sea ice, the melting is actually part of an annual summer thaw, according to researchers who run the North Pole Environmental Observatory. "The formation of these ponds and their disappearance is part of a natural cycle," said Axel Schweiger, head of the Applied Physics Laboratory's Polar Science Center at the University of Washington, which helps run the observatory."

http://news.yahoo.com/north-pole-lake-vanishe...

Here is our post from the 26th .. debunking the "melted pole" and showing you the actual icepack concentrations at 100% 90% and 80%.

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php...

'They' lie about Everything - it's what 'they' do for power and control.

“Bill Clinton could have ”

Since: May 10

Prevented this

#958614 Aug 2, 2013
Lily Boca Raton Fl wrote:
<quoted text>
Snowden is a damn fool who made the choice to be a traitor to his country. His passport has been revoked and he has been given refugee status in Russia after having spent some months at the airport. Who is funding him?
If this happened while GW Bush were president you would be holding him up as a hero. I am funding him. The O'bama administration will kill him if they can. We accept every moslem terrorist into this country under the guise of being well...a moslem--so if it takes Americans funding to keep Snowden safe, I will continue to do so. There I said it.

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#958615 Aug 2, 2013
Realtime wrote:
<quoted text>Refresh all our memories doll__your history has a few empty spots. Where did you teach school? For how long?
I don't recall you living in a larger city. Matter of fact going back even to the thread we met up on your past seems small town until you found your way to Orlando.
You don't seem to know very much about Florida's education system.
BTW the Florida commissioner of education, Tony Bennett resigned yesterday due to some stupid stunt he pulled on his last gig in Indiana. Why is it that Florida's governors bring commissioners in from states like Indiana and Oklahoma only to have them resign in short order.
I don't think those guys are progressives, do you?
Again, I'm not a doll. Only sexists use that term repeatedly.

But apparently you didn't read my post to LCN, but I'll be glad to summarize it for your benefit.

I taught in local schools in smaller towns in Central Florida. I was one of two teachers in my school asked to be a "supervising teacher" for student interns from a nearby college. I was also accredited as a "peer teacher".

Liberal politics drove me out of the teaching profession. The good teachers like myself were itching to get out. And I've never looked back. Not once.

Liberalism and political correctness in smaller school districts was alive and well even two decades ago.

But I'll ask you like I asked LCN, have you ever taught in a public school? Do you have any firsthand experience to offer any meaningful contribution to the subject?

“Come Home America!”

Since: Nov 11

Claymont, Delaware 19809

#958616 Aug 2, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
Just a quick news update.
Five CIA agents connected to Benghazi are being kept even more silent after being instructed to sign yet another nondisclosure agreement with explicit instructions not to talk to Congress or the media before talking to their "bosses" under threat of lie detector tests which are being done already.
This is unconstitutional and unprecedented.
This administration should have no reason to worry about top classified information being disclosed.
Nondisclosure agreements are to prevent CIA agents from writing books and leaking classified information.
You must have forgotten or never cared that there are still several ongoing investigations of Benghazi by the Obama Administration to find , capture, and successfully prosecute the planners and leaders of the Benghazi attack . Did you forget this or just don't care anymore that the U S Government is pursuing this case with,as President Obama ordered','All Available DOD assets '
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#958617 Aug 2, 2013
Anonymous of Indy wrote:
<quoted text>the CRA is a product of American Socialism because the Federal Government was involved economically with housing and once you can prove that Federal Government was involved you have proven Socialism is involved which the US Constitution Allows under the Commerce Clause.
Even if true, it still doesn't discount the capitalism aspect. Because there was no redistribution of any funds people made.

Besides, CRA had nothing to do with the types of loans banks and mortgage companies created on their own.

So again, another fact that defeats your personal position.

However, if we do follow your logic, then it does support the position that the military is a socialistic organization. The same can be said for those who have a religious fervor in government.

Since: Jun 13

Orlando, FL

#958618 Aug 2, 2013
My horoscope says:

"Try not to get sucked into petty squabbles or time-wasting arguments over ridiculous details because these will make you feel very unsettled and leave a bad taste in your mouth for the rest of the day. Try to see the funny side in what's happening."

So guess I'll read the same speech about the economy Obama has given since 2009 and watch the liberals behind him absorb every word like it's the first time they ever heard it.

That should keep me amused for a while.

Really leaving now. Bye-bye.

“Come Home America!”

Since: Nov 11

Claymont, Delaware 19809

#958619 Aug 2, 2013
fetch almighty wrote:
<quoted text>If this happened while GW Bush were president you would be holding him up as a hero. I am funding him. The O'bama administration will kill him if they can. We accept every moslem terrorist into this country under the guise of being well...a moslem--so if it takes Americans funding to keep Snowden safe, I will continue to do so. There I said it.
Wrong as usual. This Russian rebuke of the American request to send Snowden back for trial is merely another macho man antic of retard Russian strongman Putin. It is an unnecessary and foolish way to weaken Russian/American cooperative relations.
sonicfilter

Indianapolis, IN

#958620 Aug 2, 2013
No Evidence of CRA Role in the Crisis

In looking for causes of the subprime mortgage crisis, some people have contended that the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) pushed banking institutions to make high-risk mortgage loans in lower-income communities and that such lending led to the crisis. In a November 2008 study, Federal Reserve economists Glenn Canner and Neil Bhutta analyzed mortgage-related data to assess such arguments and found no empirical evidence to support the claim that the CRA was a major contributor to the subprime crisis.

http://www.philadelphiafed.org/publications/a...

empirical evidence. what carol doesn't have.
Barry Soweto

New York, NY

#958621 Aug 2, 2013
LCN Llin wrote:
<quoted text>
alas Putin is in charge
And I be bendin ova.
OJ Simpleton

New York, NY

#958622 Aug 2, 2013
frontporchreactionary wrote:
<quoted text> You must have forgotten or never cared that there are still several ongoing investigations of Benghazi by the Obama Administration to find , capture, and successfully prosecute the planners and leaders of the Benghazi attack . Did you forget this or just don't care anymore that the U S Government is pursuing this case with,as President Obama ordered','All Available DOD assets '
And I be joinin the search fo the real killas.
proud2bwhite

West Hartford, CT

#958623 Aug 2, 2013
RealDave wrote:
<quoted text>
It does not cost you sh&*t to send your kids to public school to get a basic education.
It costs you tax dollars to support that school whether you send a kid or not.
aaaaahh daavey. I pay taxes. So it does cost me. Are you realy that stupid?
Yeah

Honolulu, HI

#958624 Aug 2, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
My horoscope says:
"Try not to get sucked into petty squabbles or time-wasting arguments over ridiculous details because these will make you feel very unsettled and leave a bad taste in your mouth for the rest of the day. Try to see the funny side in what's happening."
So guess I'll read the same speech about the economy Obama has given since 2009 and watch the liberals behind him absorb every word like it's the first time they ever heard it.
That should keep me amused for a while.
Really leaving now. Bye-bye.
Does that mean you're not coming back?

.... just to be clear.
Realtime

Deltona, FL

#958625 Aug 2, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
Just a quick news update.
Five CIA agents connected to Benghazi are being kept even more silent after being instructed to sign yet another nondisclosure agreement with explicit instructions not to talk to Congress or the media before talking to their "bosses" under threat of lie detector tests which are being done already.
This is unconstitutional and unprecedented.
This administration should have no reason to worry about top classified information being disclosed.
Nondisclosure agreements are to prevent CIA agents from writing books and leaking classified information.
We just want to know what happened over there. This administration has not been forthcoming.
This administration just doesn't want the truth and their cover up to be exposed.
Silence on all fronts about four Americans' deaths, why they were killed and not one arrest after 10 months should raise even sonic's and LCN's eyebrows.
Are they agents? Operatives? Contractors?

Maybe the CIA doesn't want you to know what was going on over there.

Did you know that only the CIA director reports to the POTUS?
Julius Rosenberg

Waynesboro, MS

#958627 Aug 2, 2013
Lily Boca Raton Fl wrote:
<quoted text>
Snowden is a damn fool who made the choice to be a traitor to his country. His passport has been revoked and he has been given refugee status in Russia after having spent some months at the airport. Who is funding him?
Israel

“Often imitated”

Since: Jul 07

never duplicated

#958628 Aug 2, 2013
Lily Boca Raton Fl wrote:
<quoted text>
Hi dem!
Lily gets all wet when the self described child molester shows up.
Patriot

Longmont, CO

#958629 Aug 2, 2013
An EMP Missing By TWO WEEKS Is NOT a Near Miss

Friday, August 2, 2013

As some of you will know I report on the space weather regularly when there is something going on…or something might be going on in the hours following the article.

I was shocked yesterday to see reports of a ‘Carrington-class event’ that occurred two weeks ago. I trawled the NASA and NOAA sites looking for what I had missed. I had missed nothing, there was no such event. A report on spaceweather.com this morning says:

"Many readers are asking about a report in the Washington Examiner, which states that a Carrington-class solar storm narrowly missed Earth two weeks ago. There was no Carrington-class solar storm two weeks ago. On the contrary, solar activity was low throughout the month of July. The report is erroneous. The possibility of such a storm is, however, worth thinking about: A modern Carrington event would cause significant damage to our high-tech society."

I am all in favor of alerting the public of both the United States and the wider world of any incoming event but throwing out spurious reports serves no purpose.

Here’s what Jim Woolsey has to say -

http://www.activistpost.com/2013/08/an-emp-mi...
Realtime

Deltona, FL

#958630 Aug 2, 2013
LoisLane59 wrote:
<quoted text>
Again, I'm not a doll. Only sexists use that term repeatedly.
But apparently you didn't read my post to LCN, but I'll be glad to summarize it for your benefit.
I taught in local schools in smaller towns in Central Florida. I was one of two teachers in my school asked to be a "supervising teacher" for student interns from a nearby college. I was also accredited as a "peer teacher".
Liberal politics drove me out of the teaching profession. The good teachers like myself were itching to get out. And I've never looked back. Not once.
Liberalism and political correctness in smaller school districts was alive and well even two decades ago.
But I'll ask you like I asked LCN, have you ever taught in a public school? Do you have any firsthand experience to offer any meaningful contribution to the subject?
You've got a real shtty memory doll, I answered that question for you once and you forgot.

Your problem is that you're so caught up in yourself that you ignore others. There's a word to describe that condition.
Vested Interest

Waynesboro, MS

#958631 Aug 2, 2013
Julius Rosenberg wrote:
<quoted text>Israel
"Chertoff Group" co-founded by former "United States Secretary of Homeland Security" "Michael Chertoff"

Quote:
Greg Oslan is a Senior Advisor at The Chertoff Group. He is also the Managing Director at OSG Consulting, a company he founded, that provides strategic business and operations guidance to technology, analytics, telecommunications, and cybersecurity companies. OSG’s consulting services focus on business planning, product and service strategies, and organizational design.

Prior to founding OSG, Mr. Oslan was a "Boeing" "Executive" and "President" and "Chief Executive Officer" of "Narus, Inc". Under his leadership, Narus served commercial customers and governments around the world, providing real-time traffic analytics for cyber security, lawful intercept and business optimization. He led the successful sale of "Narus" to "The Boeing Company" in 2010.

Read: http://www.chertoffgroup.com/bios/greg-oslan....

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