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Downside of low US mortgage rates? Less sellingDownside of low US mortgage rates? Less selling

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John Ransom John Ransom: Bowling, Beer and Pool with President Irrelevant and Governor Irrelevant

Obama played pool and drank a beer with Colorado's Governor Irrelevant, John Hickenlooper. The last time Hickenlooper saw his shadow, he was admitting he didn't understand the legislation that May Michael Bloomberg of New York city had passed in Hick's state of Colorado.

Michael Schaus Michael Schaus: Bloomberg and Hickenlooper Pity the Commoners

Like many pet projects that are adopted by Liberal millionaire activists, Michael Bloomberg’s crusade against legal gun ownership has showcased the New Yorker’s disdain for average Americans… Again.

Mike Shedlock Mike Shedlock: Socialists Hate Free Stuff

Under "unfair competition" laws France has decided it is far better for consumers to pay full price for goods than to receive a discount.

Charles Payne Charles Payne: Are We Going to See Any "Earnings" This Earning Season?

Nice rebound yesterday- just in time as another down session would have spooked a lot of the investors who have simply become complacent.

Erick Erickson Erick Erickson: Article One and Stunts

Speaker John Boehner intends to draft legislation in the House of Representatives that would authorize a suit against the president of the United States. The legislation would only pertain to the House, so it would not need the Senate's consent. Given the partisan composition of the House, the legislation will pass. Speaker Boehner will use taxpayer dollars to sue President Obama over President Obama's use, or disuse, of his powers.


First let’s understand that impeachment is not removal. It is not even a trial. Impeachment, under Article II of the United States Constitution (Section IV), is analogous to indictment in regular court proceedings.

Ransom Notes Radio Ransom Notes Radio: Pool Player in Chief Upsets Fellow Democrats

Live from FreedomFest 2014! John joins the airwaves from beautiful Las Vegas, to talk about the President’s uncanny ability to avoid doing actual work.

John Ransom John Ransom: So 'Obama': Fair is Unfair

Reforming illegal immigration or the 74,000-page tax code would be way too burdensome. Think of how fair that would be for Obama to enforce then.

Mike Shedlock Mike Shedlock: $22 Billion in California Homes Sold to Chinese All-Cash Buyers

Real estate is well back in bubble territory in some places, notably California. It won't end any differently this time for the buyers, but at least banks will not be on the hook for all of the loans.

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