Your humble blogger is busy on another project. Not sure it will come to fruition; will probably take a good chunk of next week to see, and if it is viable, the crunch will probably extend into early the week following. As a result, my own posts for the next few days to full week will probably be limited to the foreclosure crisis. I have asked some regulars to help with guest posts and cross posts, so I hope you enjoy the change in programming.
Biggest Genome Ever ScienceNOW
Politico Uses News Stories to Push Its Deficit Agenda Dean Baker
The Finality of Foreclosure Sales Bob Lawless, Credit Slips
Statement by CEO of Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems Kansas City Register. Wow, this is an almost perfect statement from the Ministry of Truth. Virtually every statement is a lie or very disingenuous. I’m seeing if I can get a lawyer with recognized credentials to shred it; that will be more effective than if I do.
Cyber Soldiers Sydney Morning Herald (hat tip reader Crocodile Chuck)
That Hissing? A Property Bubble’s Slow Leak Andy Xie, Caixin (hat tip reader Don B)
Robert Reich: Aftershock Jesse
Up to 40 States Plan Inquiry Into Foreclosure Data Associated Press. Bloomberg mentioned this in passing yesterday; this initiative seems to be moving forward.
Banks to fight EU bonus rules Independent
Decoupling is back, with a vengeance Dani Rodrik
Facebook Politicians Are Not Your Friends Frank Rich, New York Times
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