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  • How Hoosiers will be affected should Congress fail to compromise on debt ceiling

    How Hoosiers will be affected should Congress fail to compromise on debt ceiling
    Without a compromise on the debt ceiling, the President is warning of dire consequences. So what happens if the debt ceiling isn't raised?  How would that affect you and me?   "We would risk sparking a deep economic crisis," President Obama told a...
  • Burb's Eye View: A new mayor with new challenges

    With the speeches over, Jess Talamantes was free to roam the crowd of thousands filling Olive Avenue. He’d already danced with Mickey and Minnie on the steps of City Hall, bantered with a band and weatherman Fritz Coleman, and now he was free for...
  • National Golf Foundation to assist with reviving DeBell

    National Golf Foundation to assist with reviving DeBell
    A division of the nonprofit National Golf Foundation is on tap to assist Burbank officials as they work to turn the struggling DeBell Golf Club around. The golf subcommittee, which was formed to review the financials of the city-owned DeBell course...
  • Burbank's cash priorities are out of whack

    We are very concerned about what is going on in Burbank lately. These bonus payments since 2007 totaled $4 million to hundreds of city employees, and they will continue to be eligible because payouts are written into their contracts. This needs to be...
  • Investors Consider New Options As Debt Debate Wreaks Havoc on Stock Market

    Investors Consider New Options As Debt Debate Wreaks Havoc on Stock Market
    Investors are nervously watching their stock portfolios take a beating as the debate over the debt crisis drags on with no end in sight.  Phones have been ringing off the hook at a local investment firm with stockholders  constantly inquiring about their...
  • DeBell scores with Groupon deal

    DeBell scores with Groupon deal
    A two-day Internet promotion last week for discounted play at DeBell Golf Course proved to be a hit with more than 1,600 people buying coupons. The online promotion through Groupon offered golf and cart rentals for two and four players at $45 and $90,...
  • Todd and Sarah Palin unchallenged in Fox interviews

    Todd and Sarah Palin unchallenged in Fox interviews
    Fox News tough guy Sean Hannity assured us this week he would press Sarah Palin for real answers -- no going easy on the woman who could be the next vice president of the United States. "No topic," Hannity intoned, "is off limits." A couple of nights...
  • Measuring Obama by FDR's yardstick

    If it seems arbitrary -- even unfair -- to take the measure of a new president after just 100 days in office, you can blame Franklin D. Roosevelt. In 1933, with the nation in a financial meltdown, Roosevelt came to the White House and, with an...
  • Iceland is steamed

    In December, reports surfaced that then-Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson was nervous. Without a Wall Street bailout package, he reportedly warned members of Congress, civil unrest might become so widespread that martial law would have to be imposed....
  • McCain resurrects an old stunt

    No wonder John McCain "suspended" his presidential campaign Wednesday to focus in a bipartisan manner on a grave national crisis -- he's been pulling the same stunt for nearly a decade now, boosting his poll ratings by pretending not to care about them....
  • Don't sell America's economy short

    A visiting Israeli Cabinet minister made two interesting points at a conference in Washington over the weekend. The current financial crisis, he said, is undermining the perception of American power when it comes to dealing with problems such as the...
  • Fat Fannie and Freddie

    The rapid deterioration of Fannie Mae's and Freddie Mac's financial health made a federal takeover of the mortgage giants inevitable. Yet it still seemed sudden when the government swooped in over the weekend, putting the companies under the strict...