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Conseratives blame Clinton

There is a huge flaw in this logic: How A Clinton-Era Rule Rewrite Made Subprime Crisis Inevitable By TERRY JONES INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY | Posted Wednesday, September 24, 2008 4:30 PM PT One of the most frequently asked questions about the subprime market meltdown and housing crisis is: [...]

County unites fire

The Escambia County Board of Commissioners voted 4-0 to unify management for county Fire Rescue and volunteer firefighters. Under the unification, the volunteer fire fighters will now have a better ability to dictate functions within each station. Escambia Fire Chief Ken Perkins said the [...]

DeSorbo denies he has a city pension

At the recent luncheon of the Escambia Rpeublican Women, Councilman Mike DeSorbo denied that he had a city pension for being a city councilman. Unfortunately for him, C.C. Elebash was at the meeting. Elebash fired off an email to City Finance Director Dick Barker. Here is the exchange: From: [...]

Timeline on McCain on Bailout

Sunday, Sept. 21 on 60 Minutes Pelley: In 1999 you were one of the senators who helped pass deregulation of Wall Street. Do you regret that now? McCain: No, I think the deregulation was probably helpful to the growth of our economy. McCain has been an advocate of deregulation most of his [...]

McCain sidewipes Obama

John McCain has interjected his presidential campaign into the White House and Congressional discussions on the economy. Barack Obama thought he had an agreement with McCain to make a bipartisan speech on the matter, according to the Washington Post. It took nearly a day for McCain to return [...]

Our entire economy is in danger

Those are the words of President George W. Bush who gave a remarkable address to the nation last night (Read more). After weeks of saying otherwise, Bush has raised the financial crisis to a new level. For months (years?), independent economists have said there were problems in banking, [...]

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 [...]

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