This is how bad it is? The numbers are very large. Click on the following to read this local story:
Thursday, March 12, 2009
Austin, Texas-- American-Stateman’s view on the actions of Texas’ governor who refused to use stimulus money to extend unemployment benefits. Click below to read the story:
Don’t buy any advanced tickets for Six Flags—quite yet.
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Willis Tower will soon be the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere.
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Daley says $1 billion in stimulus cash 'better than nothing' | Clout Street - local political coverage
$1,000,000,000 goes to Chicago.
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If AMCORE received TARP funds there may have been a problem. Or maybe AMCORE has it figured out—pay bonus then ask for TARP funds. The newspaper should have talked to some of the ex-employees who have received pink slips rather than bonuses of gold.
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Well this an article which many of us maybe scared to read. Click on the citation below to connect to the story in US News and World Report.
Here is something uplifting—positive about our economy and our nation. Click on the following citation to read this Christian Science Monitor article:
If you want to see if your appeal was accepted, look at this Friday’s (3-13-2009) BDR. It probably will be available only in news print format, no internet.
Here is a very straight forward article as to what happened to the American economy. Click on the citation below to connect to the New York Times article.
The following is being posted for my fellow Catholics and all those interested in the Pope’s letter to Catholic Bishops in regards to Bishop Williamson. This may well be a very pivotal point in his Holiness’ Papacy. The following are the Pope’s words as to the purpose of the letter.
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“…dear brothers, a word of clarification, which ought to help you understand the concerns which led me and the competent offices of the Holy See to take this step[lifting of Bishop Williamson’s excommunication]. In this way I hope to contribute to peace in the Church.”