The Economy and the Job Market – Searching For Growth in Troubled Times

Friday, September 18th, 2009

The economy is clearly not in good shape. We may or may not currently be in a recession, and while conditions won't get nearly as bad as the Chicken Littles of the world would have us believe, they most certainly won't improve either. Well, dramatically, anyway. The economy has been under ...

The Future of Solar Energy

Tuesday, January 27th, 2009

With the current concentration on global warming, the existence of which is denied by only a few naysayers, developments in solar power are moving at a pace to fill the need for efficient green solutions to our seemingly insatiable desire for energy. The failure of solar power to be more widely ...

Hydrogen As a Fuel Source

Wednesday, November 19th, 2008

From water to air, there are a number of ways to energize your car. Alternatives to petroleum are a hot topic today. The growing concern for the environment is steadily increasing. It's an important issue that many people want to feel personally connected to. Hydrogen as a fuel source is ...

How to Save a Ton of Money on Your Energy, Power, and Electricity Bill!

Wednesday, October 1st, 2008

We all would like to save more energy each month. Sometimes we are just so busy with are lives that we tend to forget the little things that can save us hundreds of dollars on our energy and electricity bill. As energy rises up during different seasons like the summer ...

Forget Bailout – Here is My Plan

Saturday, September 27th, 2008

Anyone facing foreclosure knows that in most cases that they have been snookered. Funny how mortgage contracts will adjust for increasing payments, but none adjust down if the economy goes bad. Now the government is going to give Wall Street a 700 Billion dollar bailout plan. Now this plan is suppose ...

Who is to Blame For High Gas Prices?

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2008

With only the possibility of John McCain and Barack Obama, I would say that whose to blame for high gasoline prices has been the most played news story across every media network over the last month or two. The national average for gasoline peaked earlier this month around $4.11 per ...

Making Biodiesel at Home – What Exactly is It?

Tuesday, September 2nd, 2008

Petroleum prices are rising across the globe. Escalated prices are giving nightmares to common man. Consequently some people are looking towards substitutes. An excellent alternative to fossil fuel in this category is biodiesel. Biodiesel is a clean burning fuel and more importantly, it is a renewable energy source. Environmentally this ...

Oil, Energy, and Congress

Saturday, August 23rd, 2008

Now that Congress has recessed for the end of the summer, what are we to make of the energy situation? At this point, I'm getting tired of hearing that $4.00 gasoline is good for me. How can it be good when Americans are spending less of their money on other ...

Unemployment and Housing Data Point to Bleak

Tuesday, August 12th, 2008

Existing home sales fell to 4.86 million units, about 2.6% below consensus estimates of 4.94 million units. The report also cited a huge deterioration in median home prices, down to $215,000 or down over 6% from last year. This highlights the bleak outlook for the housing market, as the housing ...

Outrage Fatigue Seems To Be Settling In As Chronic Condition

Saturday, August 9th, 2008

www.latimes.com Mortgaged to the House of Saud Robert Scheer August 9, 2005 THE ONLY EVIDENCE you need that President Bush is losing the “war on terror” is this: On Sunday, the foreign minister of Saudi Arabia said that relations with the United States “couldn’t be better.” Tell that to the parents of those who have ...