Death Bear comes to those who call

If you’re suffering from lost love, Death Bear can remove evidence “I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye

Mortgage Foreclosed? You Might Still Owe Money

Foreclosure doesn’t always wipe out a mortgage debt With housing markets across the county in shambles, millions of homeowners are sitting on real estate that’s worth less than they owe on it. Many of those people are also having trouble making their monthly mortgage payments, and some of them are losing their homes as a

Airborne laser brings down missiles in flight

But America can only afford one airborne laser right now, thanks Downsizing is the name of the game for too many Americans these days. Even airborne lasers have been scaled back, which should set Dr. Evil’s plans back a spell. At least he still has a fleet of sharks. But all is not lost when

Go to for Cash for Appliances info

Don’t let that old fridge suck up your cash! The Cash for Clunkers program doesn’t just deal with automobiles. President Obama wants to see a greener, more energy-efficient America, and you and I want to see more money in our pockets for the things that matter. Sure, a personal loan can pick up the slack

Beating Credit Card Debt For Good – Part Two of Two

Worthwhile credit card debt recovery strategies In part one of this series on getting rid of credit card debt, we discussed both drastic and practical ways of approaching financial recovery. Now that you have considered those first steps, it is time to figure out what to do next in order to embrace debt-free living. The

A Vicious Cycle of Taxes and Unemployment

Higher taxes are bad news for employers and employees A new study by the National Association of State Workforce agencies showed that at least 35 states will have to increase unemployment insurance taxes in 2010. The average hike will be a whopping 27.5%. That’s going to be tough for businesses still reeling from the recession.

“Agnostic” definition of Obama’s deficit stance

Will the tough budget deficit decisions be made? So “agnostic definition” is something the Google searchers wants to know today. My guess is that it doesn’t have all that much to do with religion, which is typically how the word is applied. It does have other uses, though. Courtesy of the New York Times‘ “Word

Finding the Best Banks Post-Recession

The economic turnaround Now that the economy is turning around, consumers are shopping again. Savvy comparison-shoppers aren’t just looking for retail products and services; they’re looking for banks, too. Banks were hit hard by the recession and many changed their rules to mitigate the damage. Now that the recession shows signs of ending, banks are
A man filing taxes.

Tax Refund Loans and Other Options to Consider

It’s about that time of the year again: Tax season 2010. Everyone is running to file their taxes in hopes to obtain fast cash in no time, taking out tax refund loans to cut the waiting time down to a minimum. It’s obvious many of us are in need of money fast, but is a

Government Grants Help Defray College Expenses

College students need all the financial help they can get If you’re in college or have a child who is, you know all too well how expensive it is to get a degree or diploma these days. Tuition, books, computers, housing, food, transportation – it all adds up to a boatload of money. If you’re

Huge markups on everyday items can eat away at payday cash

Items at outrageous markups Payday cash is still hard to come by despite the recession being marked as over. Economists note that the market is out of the recession of 2008/2009, but they also cite how prices on a select few items are still skyrocketing. Businesses are hurting and if they can find a way

Payday Cash is Coming in Differently in 2010

Today’s job market In today’s job market, finding payday cash is no longer a 9-to-5 pursuit for college-aged workers. More and more young people are finding that the non-traditional work made possible by working online is lucrative and flexible. Take Natalie Ann Roig, for example. She began a marketing internship and is able to clock

Pennsylvania Rep. John “Jack” Murtha dead at 77

Democrat Vietnam vet criticized Iraq, rolled pork barrels I noticed that a controversial figure in American politics has died. Jack Murtha, a former Vietnam war veteran who brought a great deal of heat to America’s efforts in Iraq, has rolled his last pork barrel. I don’t mean to be flippant about that last point; he

Sarah Palin uses cheat sheet, critics go bananas

Sorry, that’s actually an affront to monkey fruit Once upon a time, it was entirely fashionable to bash Sarah Palin. Oh, look at that lady from Alaska. She shoots wolves, winks a lot and can’t tell Katie Couric what she reads. She routes state money to build a “Bridge to Nowhere,” but she’s down-homey. Etc,

To Find a Mortgage, Keep Personal Loans and Credit to a Minimum

Getting approved for a loan High credit card debt and numerous personal loans can mean disaster for people wanting to buy houses. Lenders are slowly beginning to open their doors again, but they are still being picky about who gets approved and who doesn’t. If you are looking to move into your own house soon,

The Right Insurance can Provide Emergency Money in Times of Loss

Insurance provides protection Some consumers try to save emergency money by cutting back on insurance. Though it may be a seemingly logical way to bulk up savings, it is not always a good idea. The purpose of insurance is to protect you. It’s one of the few things you buy and hope you’ll never use.

Father waterboards daughter, 4, who couldn’t recite the alphabet

Children do not deserve sociopaths as parents Remember when there were still people arguing that waterboarding isn’t torture? Are those same people going to step forward in defense of waterboarding as news breaks that it has been used by a so-called parent in a horrific act against his daughter – and act that he likely