You can see above, I've changed it to "HousingPanic - The Bubble Blog with Attitude"
I think that about sums it up.
If you want just a stream of housing bubble bursting news, I'd suggest browsing the ones I've listed on the right sidebar. If you want a Democrat or Republican blog, there are plenty of those too.
But if you want more of a ruckus, a bubble blog that tries to tie it all together into the complete story, with some independent, biting, hard hitting, no-punches-pulled, no-sacred-cows view on the news and events tied to the bubble, then I'd recommend HP.
As loyal readers know, the issues that seem to go hand in hand with the collapse of the housing bubble are:
1) The credit bubble, misguided central bank policy and reckless lending
2) The US debt, deficit and trade imbalance explosion
3) The corrupt Real Estate Industrial Complex (realtors, brokers, developers, builders, bankers, etc)
4) The incompetence and corruption of our leaders - Democrat and Republican
5) The pure laziness and biased agendas of the mainstream media - Fox News, the Arizona Republic, the New York Times and so so so many more
6) World geopolitical events' impact on the world economy and future economic prospects - the war in Iraq, and soon to be Iran, the war on terrorists, the battle between christians, muslims and jews
7) America's outsourcing of its manufacturing base to China, coupled with its internal labor force to Mexico
8) The shallowness of the American surburban lifestyle - far-flung new homes built in characterless tract communities, gas guzzling cars, the Wal-Mart nation, chain stores, chain restaurants and loss of local character
9) The stock market, gold, the declining dollar, wealth preservation, CEO pay, and the get rich quick mentality versus hard work.
10) Oil, global warming and environmental policy
Keep in mind that this is a blog, not a TV network. Flamers and Realtors cannot and will not drive what content I publish, or my commentary. I'll call it like I see it, period. Then folks are welcome to respond with their opinion. Or leave. I just ask that you keep it clean.
At the end of the day, the reader has a lot more information than they had before, some nuggets to think about, and hopefully some fun.
April 27, 2006
Posted by blogger at 4/27/2006