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If you aren't into college yet and have time to plan ahead, here is some good information on the whole FAFSA process and how to minimize your EFC.
One of the fun things about the holidays is the opportunity to just hang out with relatives that you don't normally see. So we're spending some time with my sister, who has a Wii console game. Those things are addictive! Continue reading
Auto Industry: Help! We need 25 Billion dollars right away, or we are going out of business. Congress: Hold on here folks. You don't even have a plan. Think this through and get back to us. Auto Industry: You were Continue reading
Some folks are ecstatic about Obama's landslide victory, others are not, and still others are cautiously optimistic about what he might do once inaugurated. In my efforts as a concerned citizen, I have a few suggestions for the President-elect that Continue reading
Shortly after the election, I was sent the following rant by a good friend who was trying to vent his frustrations. While I don't agree with everything he says, he makes some very excellent points. Here it is, you be Continue reading
All to often we see negative ads dominating the election process, from the Barry Goldwater daisy girl to Willie Horton. Here is the kind of ad we should be getting from Obama and McCain. Go Ralph!
With Election Day a few short days away, I have to pause and reflect on how the theme of "change" has shaped this excessively lengthy election season. For all the talk of "change" from both candidates, hasn't it been pretty Continue reading
The land of the free and the home of the brave… unless a housing bubble bursts and credit markets tighten up. For all our attempts to spread democracy with individual freedom, property rights, and opportunities afforded by capitalism, we don't Continue reading