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Obama says debate should happen

Sen. Barack Obama: “It’s my belief that this is exactly the time when the American people need to hear from the person who, in approximately 40 days, will be responsible for dealing with this mess,” he said. Read more.

McCain asks Obama to stop beating him on economy

Seeing that the economy is killing his campaign, John McCain asks that Barack Obama quit campaigning come to Washington. He also wants to suspend the Ole Miss debate which is scheduled for 8 p.m. on Friday. Oxford, Miss. is only 90 minutes flying time from Washington, D.C. Maybe Palin and Biden [...]

IN Your Head Radio hosts Superintendent Candidates

Today on IN Your Head Radio as part of our  ongoing series of discussions with candidates for local races we will talk with candidates for Escambia County Superintendent of Schools, Malcolm Thomas and Claudia Brown-Curry.  Both candidates will take your calls at 437-1620. Listen starting at 12:00 [...]

Media rebels against Palin rules

New York Times reports on its political blog: Media Rebellion: Live from New York, it’s Gov. Sarah Palin’s top-secret foreign policy tutorial! Ms. Palin, the Republican vice-presidential nominee, is scheduled to meet Tuesday in New York with President Hamid Karzai of Afghanistan, [...]

Obama has 9-point lead

The Economy has pushed Barack Obama nine points ahead of rival John McCain, according to the latest poll by Washington Post-ABC News. Two week ago, McCain was ahead by 2 points. What is it about the Bush family and the national economy? Just 9 percent of those surveyed rated the economy as good [...]

Oops, McCain campaign mgr. paid by Freddie Mac

New York Times reports McCain campaign manager Rick Davis's firm has been paid $15,000 a month from the end of 2005 through last month by Freddie Mac. On Sunday, John McCain claimed Davis had had no involvement with Freddie Mac for the last several years. Davis’s firm, Davis Manafort, received [...]

Florida will have more mortgage troubles

According to Fitch Ratings, Florida could be headed to an mortgage crisis in 2010 when borrowers with adjustable rate loans see rates adjust. Nearly $100 billion worth of loans are deemed at risk for foreclosure. This year, Florida has had 299,118 foreclosure filings, including default notices, [...]

DayJet grounded

The culprit, according to Herald Tribune: problems in the financial markets in May after failing to secure $40 million for expansion plans. The Boca Raton-based company launched its per-seat, on-demand service in October 2007 with bases in Gainesville and Boca Raton. It offered flights between [...]

U.N. worries about our economy

The Miami Herald reports Latin American leaders have urged the U.N. to create stronger international economic institutions to help ward off the worldwide impact of "freewheeling money-making" in our country that has contributed to a crisis now costing U.S. taxpayers billions and putting emerging [...]

Victory 2008 Bus Tour

John's McCain's Victory 2008 Bus Tour will be in Pensacola Wednesday afternoon. The bus will have as speakers: Escambia County Veterans for McCain Co-Chairs Robert J. Kelly, a retired admiral, Billy Sanders, a retired former master chief petty officer, McCain’s friend and former cellmate, [...]

Knucklehead report

Marty Donovan really amazes me. He creates havoc, proposes nothing and yet expects to get re-elected. He has cost the City of Pensacola $10 million dollars in increased construction cost for the Community Maritime Park by delaying its construction by at least three years. Now he warns that maybe [...]

Bush bails out banks

The price tag is $700 billion, about $2,000 for every person in this country. The Federal Reserve announced late yesterday that it has granted a request by Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, to become bank holding companies. They will not be able to act more like commercial banks. It appears all [...]

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