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- Jul 5, 2006
An interview by Laura Ingraham with Larry Kudlow on Biden's reaction to the jobs report became available.
So you don't believe good old fatherly uncle Joe Biden, the savior of our country? According to Biden, there is no labor shortage, the companies are simply not paying enough in wages. Simple.However, the guy said the reason they can't keep up to the same pace they could 1-3 years ago is a huge labor shortage. They can't find people to work!
Our friends who lived in CA moved to Litchfield AZ last year. They bought 2 homes next door to each other. One for them and for the daughter/ grand kids. BTW they are not rich.Fortunately we don't really need a new home, we were just toying with different options - went to tour them for fun, but I just walked out at the end laughing. Half a million for that is ridiculous. My wife has a hobby of touring new homes that we are never going to buy and finds it fun.....I guess..
That is awesome! Litchfield/litchfield park is way over on the west side, where I don't venture, but I respect it--it's done a much better job of developing affordable, new, beautiful neighborhoods than the east valley, which has steadily become too stuck up for its own good and no longer affordable - too much, too fast. Plus, they're almost an hour closer to san diego than I am, that much easier on the weekendsOur friends who lived in CA moved to Litchfield AZ last year. They bought 2 homes next door to each other. One for them and for the daughter/ grand kids. BTW they are not rich.
That's crazy! I believe it though, this is how TX/FL/AZ have gotten. Big perspective, I guess it's all just a cycle, a bit silly, as the years go by, some place is seen as attractive/cheap/free......popularity rises......then after a while it necessarily loses that reputation in favor of the 'next' place.I was thinking about moving to a "free" state but the prices in Florida have gone through the roof. My brother put our step-mother's house on the market and immediately got full price offers and also one cash offer for $11,000 over asking. Last year, he would have had trouble selling the house for $250,000. This week he's getting $360,000!!!!!!
The stock market is having a "melt-up". What goes up, goes down - in theory. Been waiting for that "correction". Speculation is that the stimulus $$$$ Biden is throwing at the consumer is going into the stock market and not into buying consumer goods. The wait continues for the bubble to burst.Feels like the housing boom before the bust again. At some point, prices get too high and you loose your buyer pool. Also, we'll be seeing much higher mortgage rates and that is another downward pressure on prices.
The senior center shutdown our bridge playing in March 2020. Still not allowing it. The governor is keeping stuff shutdown. Nevertheless, the public is basically ignoring the mask mandates as of now.... but there was no bridge club in the town and that made it a non-starter
The energy secretary has come under fire since taking her position after it was revealed that she still held a multimillion-dollar stake in Proterra, an electric vehicle company that President Biden toured last month.
“And like thousands of other Vermonters, I do have a summer camp,” Sanders said, referring to the $575,000 lakefront home in North Hero he purchased in 2016. “Forgive me for that.”
So is Sanders right? Do thousands of Vermonters own summer camps?