Hoyt Axton and Linda Ronstadt:
Warren Zevon from “The Wind,” his last album:
SATURDAY SPECIAL! Virtually Speaking, Liberally – What We Believe
Sat, Jan 15, 2PM SLT (pacific), 5pm eastern
Topics, background material, advance questions >> http://blog.virtually-speaking.com/
Jay Ackroyd and Stuart Zechman present the voices of liberalism, of individual citizens speaking out about what American liberalism (or progressivism) means to them, and to our country’s future. Featuring the voices of members of the VSS media panel, citizen activists and electeds.
Very few people seem to even notice the growing state intrusion into our personal space, and even fewer seem to care. If it wasn’t for Glenn, we’d never know about most of this stuff.
Boy. I certainly wouldn’t want to give my business to this bank:
PHILADELPHIA – An elderly New Jersey woman billed $5,800 after missing the final payment on her 30-year mortgage can pursue her lawsuit against the debt collectors.
Lawyers for 85-year-old Dorothy Rhue Allen say the fees charged by two banks and a law firm violate consumer-protection laws.
The suit says LaSalle Bank and Cenlar Federal Savings Bank started foreclosure proceedings in 2007 after the hospitalized Allen missed the last $432 payment on her Deptford, N.J., home.
The banks advised her lawyers she could pay $5,800 to avoid foreclosure. But her lawyers instead sued over the fees, and the foreclosure action was dropped.
A U.S. appeals court this week says Allen can pursue her case, reversing a federal judge who threw it out.
Another blogger on the edge — this time, Diane at Cabdrollery. Can you help?