A Christmas Wish and Special Christmas Picture For All Americans

I came across this picture, of George Washington crossing the Delaware, quite by accident the other day.  I didn’t do anything with it; after all, what do you do with a picture like this? Then it came to me very early this morning.  This is a Christmas picture; an intensely important Christmas picture, if you’re … Continue reading A Christmas Wish and Special Christmas Picture For All Americans

The Inconvenient Lie: The Truth About Global Warming, The Most Enormous Fraud Ever Perpetrated on Mankind

Al Gore via last.fm The Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen is more than just a gathering of the climate change faithful: It’s a collection of weirdos, freaks, losers and leftist anti-American whack jobs. But it has made me reflect one key development of 2009: The long overdue exposure of Al Gore and the global warming … Continue reading The Inconvenient Lie: The Truth About Global Warming, The Most Enormous Fraud Ever Perpetrated on Mankind

New Study Debunks The Myths Surrounding the Trend To Buy Green

  The recently released Green Pulse Study shatters stereotypes of who Green Consumers really are and of what actually motivates them to buy green.  Results may surprise A new national study of green consumers conducted by the Knoxville, Tennessee based Shelton Group, the results of which were released August 21, 2009 contradicts several long-held stereotypes … Continue reading New Study Debunks The Myths Surrounding the Trend To Buy Green

Housing Market Experts Predict the Housing Markets That Will Recover First

Given the difficulty of trending the home building market, it’s only fitting that the five experts we asked for the first five housing markets to recover picked an ersatz grab-bag of markets from the Great Plains, the Deep South, and even the Industrial Midwest. There’s something for nearly every builder in here. That said, the … Continue reading Housing Market Experts Predict the Housing Markets That Will Recover First

Tax Credit For Home Buyers Expands Home Buyer and Economic Activities

The newly expanded home buyer tax credit extends the $8,000 first-time buyer credit through April 30, 2010 and provides a new credit of up to $6,500 for repeat home buyers. The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) is spreading the word to consumers about an important new law that extends and expands an attractive tax … Continue reading Tax Credit For Home Buyers Expands Home Buyer and Economic Activities

A First Article: For Men Everywhere

I finally wised up and created a blog in my own name, Scott Schaefer, instead of trying to be clever, thinking-up a catchy name with a deep meaning. Most of the truly clever ones, as it turns out, have already been grabbed-up. For the first article on my new blog, I am breaking with my … Continue reading A First Article: For Men Everywhere