the headline continues “The average American household owes more than $8,000 in credit card debt. Could part of the problem be choosing the wrong cards in the first place?”

    -This brings great laughter to me… What a preposterous way to form a question to the American public.
    This is a direct insult to the general public’s intellect. Does anyone care? No? Ok, everything’s fine.. go back to work.

    Would it be possible to contemplate that one could in fact look towards the federal government for flooding world markets with an excessive credit expansion policy that has yet to seize… in effect causing the most recent asset bubble (in this case real estate) that forces consumers to continue to drown themselves in debt,, in all forms & fashion of credit?
    oh wait… maybe we just need to be informed of the truth of this whole scam called Fed monetary policy.
    Stay tuned..
    B Coia

Ethanol Demand Could Raise Consumer Prices

    If you haven’t read the book “The Omnivore’s Dilemma” now is the time to muevo tu coolo and get it.

a war-thirsty coverup..

January 23, 2007

Bush wants to cut U.S.Gasoline use by 20%
WASHINGTON (Reuters) –

President George W. Bush on Tuesday
called for Americans to cut their gasoline use by 20 percent
over a decade, mostly through a nearly five-fold increase in
use of home-grown fuels such as ethanol by 2017.

U.S. warns Iran to back down
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates –
A second U.S. aircraft carrier strike group now steaming toward the Middle East is Washington’s way of warning
Iran to back down in its attempts to dominate the region

NPR- All Things Considered, January 1, 2007 ยท

In November, a gray, metallic, saucer-like object was spotted hovering above Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. As many as 12 United Airlines employees spotted the object and filed reports with United.

Officials at the airline say they have no knowledge of the incident, and the Federal Aviation Administration is not investigating.

Melissa Block speaks with Chicago Tribune transportation reporter Jon Hilkevtich, who reported on the incident.

Bernanke Renews Debt Warning

Senate Budget Commitee (Full-length Video)

Wall Street Journal-
The Atlas of New Money: Awash in Cash