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2009 

My wife got me an ION Vinyl Archiving Turntable for Christmas this year. My last turntable crapped out about 15 years ago and I just never replaced it in spite of the 2 boxes of records I still lug around. (Note: if you're under 30, a record is a 12" round black plastic disc. It's a ...
12/29/2009
Well here's a surprise - our politicians lied to us. I know that comes as a shock to you, living as we do in this Utopian state we call California, but according to The San Jose Mercury News and the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, we've been had. Again. This time it has to do with th...
12/29/2009
Years ago they used to say if you were 'too lazy to work and too dumb to steal' you went into politics. Unfortunately after witnessing the shenanigans surrounding the recent debate over healthcare reform, it has become obvious that while they may indeed be too lazy to work, they have cert...
12/28/2009
  For the first time since 2006, Southwest California cities saw a glimmer of hope in our foundering housing market. Home prices posted moderate gains in some areas, very moderate losses in others. In many ways the year just passed can best be described as a transition year – perhaps the year in ...
12/28/2009
  There are no issues to be found on the world wide web and the Boss hates email, but you won’t find a more loyal readership or long-term clientele than at The Country Review Magazine in Murrieta. So when the magazine ceases publication this month after 22 years and nearly 250 issues, there will ...
12/28/2009
  I’ve just returned from the National Association of Realtors® year-end conference in San Diego and a couple weeks before that our California Association meetings in San Jose. These meetings are always very busy between wrapping up the legislative agenda for the year past, planning new offense a...
12/28/2009
Since the inception of HVCC, problems and complaints have become pandemic acorss the country. I've written about the problem before - from the NAR Convention where HVCC became a major point of contention at a panel discussion with Freddie, Fannie, FHFA etc. and later when a study was released...
12/22/2009
I can hardly wait until after the first of the year when our legislators finally admit what we've known since the last budget was passed a few months ago - we're another $20+ billion in the hole. Let's see... Maybe the liberal Democrats running the show will actually stand up to their...
12/17/2009
From the 'truth is stupider than fiction' file - a group calling themselves the Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics or FSEEE (a non-profit group headquartered in Oregon not to be confused with the actual US Forest Service or their employees) hasfiled a notice of intent to fi...
12/17/2009
The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association has just published their 10 worst tax gimmicks of 2009 in California. In this state it's got to be a challenge to narrow it down to just 10 - we have such a plethora to choose from.  I do believe they missed the boat on #9 however. California's mari...
12/16/2009
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