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Tuesday Nov 4 | via Daily Mail
'I will not let up': Triumphant Mitch McConnell cruises to victory as Republicans look poised for landslide victory after claiming West Virginia Senate seat from downcast Democrats Beyonce named highest paid woman in music after raking in $115m in 2014 Tinder co-founder and CEO demoted in the wake of lawsuit revelations that he'd described boss Barry Diller as a d*** Django Unchained actress who 'had sex with her boyfriend in a parked car' blames society and Michael Brown shooting for why she pulled the race card on police Turning the polling booth into a photo shoot! Stars like Kate Hudson and Jessica Biel take selfies as they turn out to vote in midterms What's at stake if Republicans win control of the Senate? Only immigration, Obamacare, the Keystone pipeline, the Supreme Court, and every regulation the GOP wants to stop Governor's races will give GOP still more power as they ... (more) Comment?
Thursday Oct 30 | via World Magazine
Robert Davis, 16, has a white mother and black father, and until he changed schools two years ago, his fellow students never let him forget it. The clarinetist with mild autism stuck out in Normandy, his previous St. Louis school district, where 87 percent of the students are black. Comment?
Thursday Oct 30 | via Business Journal
Less than 1 percent of homes in Missouri are in foreclosure, according to a new report out from California-based real estate tracker CoreLogic. Foreclosures in St. Louis and Missouri were down slightly in September when compared to the same time last year, according to data from California-based real estate tracker CoreLogic . Comment?
Tuesday Oct 21 | 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?
Oct 15, 2014 | 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?
3 min ago | via Portland Tribune
If trends shown in a recent Portland State University study hold true, Hillsboro could rival Gresham for the title of fourth-largest city in Oregon by the late 2020s. The report out Tuesday, Nov. 18, shows Gresham's population growth holding steady - just 0.8 percent since 2010 - after a boom in the first decade of the millennium. Comment?
21 min ago | via Trader Mike
Thursday's inter-day action was more typical of a bull market than some we've seen this week as we had a down open met immediately with dip buyers. Indexes finishes near the highs of the day with the S&P 500 up 0.20% and the NASDAQ 0.56%. Comment?
30 min ago | via KCRA-TV Sacramento
While median home prices for the U.S. overall are pretty much back to where they were 10 years ago, Manhattan's luxury home prices have more than doubled, according to Jonathan Miller, president of Miller Samuel, a real estate appraisal firm in New York. "I used to say that $1,500 a square foot was the magic number; now it's $3,000 a square foot," said Miller. Comment?
32 min ago | via Vancouver Sun
If I had a dollar for every time someone told me a price correction was on the horizon for Vancouver's housing market, I probably could afford a detached home in this city. The prognosticators tend to be frustrated folks trying to crack the housing market, and they are sure to be disappointed by a Conference Board pronouncement Thursday that no real estate downturn is in sight for Vancouver. Comment?
33 min ago | via The Hartford Courant
A neighborhood kerfuffle on one of the city's wealthiest residential streets has triggered a cease-and-desist order, fervent appeals and debate over what constitutes a family. The controversy centers on 68 Scarborough St., a nine-bedroom brick mansion shared by eight adults and three children - an arrangement among longtime friends who share monthly expenses, chores and legal ownership of the stately home, said Julia Rosenblatt, who lives there with her husband and two kids. Comment?
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