Up in ARMs over Mortgages

Up in ARMs over Mortgages
Foreclosures may be the new housing boom, say the media, thanks to adjustable-rate mortgages that homeowners can no longer afford. BusinessWeek said the banking and mortgage industry is to blame. Which is more dangerous: a hyper journalist or an uninformed consumer?

Curses, Foiled Again by Another Oil Conspiracy
CNN's Cafferty claims industry is dropping prices to help Republicans win mid-term elections.

G: CNNs In the Money drops conspiracy theories
B: NY Times slams Wal-Mart for conservative ties
U: CNNs Romans turns to former Nader fundraiser to push liberal study

Good Morning America Brushes off Wal-Mart Veto News from Chicago

NY Times Takes Negative Spin on Gulf Oil Discovery

WSJ Finds Kyoto-Inspired Carbon Trading Hikes Electric Bills for German Consumers


Household Income Up, Down, All Around (Heritage)

Don Boudreaux: Some thoughts on ATM fees (CafeHayek)

Pejman Yousefzadah: Big Oils new conspiracy (TCSDaily)

Nicholas Eberstadt: The mismeasure of poverty (Hoover)

Jon Entine: Is Ford greenwashing the truth about the promise of ethanol? (AEI)

Cornerstone of Liberty: Property Rights in 21st Century America
The Cato Institute
Washington, D.C., September 19

New Foundations of Cost-Benefit Analysis
AEI/Brookings Joint Center
Washington, D.C., September 20

Coolidge: A life of our time
The Heritage Foundation
Washington, D.C., September 20

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