With the end nearing, Obama’s frustration shows.
Lis Pendens Served
The housing market topped out in late 2006 and then the bubble burst sending home values into freefall. In 2007 and 2008 when we were looking for a house to purchase it was not surprising that the vast majority of the homes we saw were foreclosures. Many of the foreclosures we saw were left in ruins. No appliances, even the hot water heaters were taken. Not one piece of drywall was left intact and in some, bags of cement were flushed down the toilet. Some people who lost their homes were angry when they left. Not only did they turn out the lights they took the light fixtures and ripped out the wiring as well.
Barack Obama will be leaving office in just a few days there will be tears shed. Some out of sadness, many out of joy. Before he leaves, Obama will rip the plumbing out of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Confused by the Electoral College? Walgreens run out of safety pins? Read on, get ready to amaze your friends with new found knowledge.
Every four years Americans go to the polls to elect the President of the United States. Well, not exactly.
Every four years Americans go to the polls to elect Electors that will then vote upon and elect the President of the United States. It is called the Electoral College and to everyone but political strategists, news anchors, and political junkies it is murky mumbo jumbo.
The minimum wage, always a hot topic. Today we explain why government shouldn't be involved. In 1508, Pope Julius II hired Michelangelo to paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. “Now Mike, last month Mario and Luigi painted the outside of the chapel.To save some money, I purchased paint rollers and large…