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Aug 12, 2015 | via The Citizens' Voice
ANDREW KRECH / THE CITIZENS' VOICE Bob Sypniewski speaks with supporters of keeping the Wilkes-Barre Area School District's three high schools open Tuesday night at Rodano's in Wilkes-Barre. Supporters of keeping all three high schools open in the Wilkes-Barre Area School District are embracing Bob Sypniewski as their savior. Comment?
Jul 25, 2015 | via TwinCities
Albert Einstein is credited as defining insanity as doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different outcome. While this statement is used for a variety of situations, perhaps it is nowhere better applied than when characterizing this country's numerous attempts to eradicate poverty. Comment?
Jul 8, 2015 | via The Las Vegas Sun
Albert Einstein is credited as defining insanity as doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different outcome. While this statement is used for a variety of situations, perhaps it is nowhere better applied than when characterizing this country's numerous attempts to eradicate poverty. Comment?
Friday Feb 5 | via Philly.com
HSBC North America Inc., the U.S. arm of the British banking giant formerly known as Hongkong & Shanghai Bank, has agreed to set aside $59.3 million to repay U.S. home mortgage loan customers who borrowed at high subprime rates from the former Household Financial Corp., which HSBC bought in 2003. Up to 2,400 Pennsylvania borrowers may qualify for reimbursement, according to the office of Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 2 | via AmericanBankingNews.com
Peoples Financial Services Corp released its earnings results on Tuesday. The financial services provider reported $0.50 earnings per share for the quarter, MarketBeat Ratings reports. Comment?
Tuesday Feb 2 | via PennLive.com
Derry Township resident Mike Megoulas found out his house was in a flood zone more than a decade after he initially bought it. Private flood insurance is more affordable for him than insurance through the National Flood Insurance Program. Comment?
Thursday Jan 28 | via PennLive.com
The fall of Mechanicsburg native James Adams from his cushy, hedge fund heights to making minimum wage toiling on the graveyard shift at Waffle House is, literally, the stuff of Hollywood movies. But the real lessons taught by his precipitous plunge from a Wall Street-fueled mid-six-figure income to taking orders from wee-hour Waffle House patrons fresh from the bars have little to do with riches-to-rags discomforts. Comment?
Jan 12, 2011 | via City Journal
'Are any of these ideas actually stupid?' Stewart wondered. Cut to Daily Show correspondent Jason Jones, who described Arizona's plans to sell its state government buildings for $735 million, lease them back, and keep on using them. Comment?
May 20, 2014 | via American Reporter
At 61, Milwaukee native Maggie Steck has seen it all. A good-looking, energetic redhead who was the youngest of eight girls, she's been married and divorced, was a wedding photographer and successful real estate agent, and is now at the leading edge of a major advance in a well-tested material that more of us may soon use in place of drywall, Tyvek and Hardie Board to build non-toxic American homes. Comment?
Jan 10, 2014 | via American Reporter
DUMMERSTON, Vt. -- "Among the many visionary goals of our nation's right wing - impoverish older people, starve the poor, deny climate change, outlaw abortion and contraception, eliminate healthcare for millions - few are more foundational than defunding education in general and higher education in particular." Comment?
8 min ago | via American Reporter
I have written often over the past few years about the house of cards that is the American economy, but the events of the past week should frighten everybody. First, there was the collapse of IndyMac, a California bank deeply involved in subprime lending. Comment?
11 min ago | via American Reporter
With $700 billion dollars - about $2,400 for every man woman and child in America - Congress has just about paid back all those American and foreign banks for every bad loan they've ever made. All those credit card debts that people didn't feel like paying will soon be paid for by taxpayer money, courtesy of Congress. Comment?
12 min ago | via American Reporter
After President Bush, Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke pressured congressional leaders to approve a $700 billion bailout of the financial markets as soon as possible to prevent a global economic panic, lo and behold, we still ended up with a global panic. Perhaps it eased a bit with Monday's 936-point gain, but that remains to be seen. Comment?
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