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  1. Maybe You answer the essence of my question , instead of evading ? Which is that Billionaires are grotesque products of an exploitative, immoral economic system. & We should get rid of them.

  2. Ahh yes the 2008 crash , which was rooted in the housing market, and the ensuing tidal wave of fore­closures , and the rising predatory housing market, we’re experiencing, no one to blame for

  3. It might astonish people. But David Brooks isn’t the worst NYT opinion writer . That title either belongs to Ross Douhat or Bret Stephens

  4. It might astonish people. But David Brooks isn’t the worst NYT opinion writer . That title either belongs to Ross Douhat or Bret Stephens

  5. It might astonish people. But David Brooks isn’t the worst NYT opinion writer . That title either belongs to Ross Douhat or Bret Stephens

  6. Contract for deed isn’t a scam in and of itself. The buyer and seller agree to a purchase price, down payment, term, and interest rate. The buyer gets what’s called ‘equitable title’ which grants them rights of use and enjoyment of the property but does not grant legal ownership, which remains with the seller until the contractual obligation is satisfied and all payments made.

  7. Some insert a “balloon” clause , unknowlgly where the full price is due on a certain date, and if you don’t qualify for a bank loan at that point, you are evicted, forfeiting all previous payments, without having ever been late on a payment. That's so evil.

  8. I love The “achieving success against all odds”. Yes, those are some terrible odds of achieving success as a lawyer working for Skadden. Ridiculous how this is framed like she or just a few were the only attorneys on the case. Like there wasn’t an army of associates

  9. I love The “achieving success against all odds”. Yes, those are some terrible odds of achieving success as a lawyer working for Skadden. Ridiculous how this is framed like she or just a few were the only attorneys on the case. Like there wasn’t an army of associates

  10. I love The “achieving success against all odds”. Yes, those are some terrible odds of achieving success as a lawyer working for Skadden. Ridiculous how this is framed like she or just a few were the only attorneys on the case. Like there wasn’t an army of associates

  11. You really think guys get together to talk about masculinity? You should touch more grass.

  12. Conservatives do constantly , so what are you talking About ? Jump over a large structure

  13. Why does your comment look as though it were written by a malfunctioning bot?

  14. Brits can no longer live, work and retire in the EU , Nilly Willy . The UK economy which many parts of it relied on cheap (mostly Eastern European ) labour especially in agriculture, meat processing, service industries like restaurants and big hotels as well , which are all are struggling . UK exporters no longer have privileges that came with being the EU

  15. You know there is a group that gets completely ignored and they need to be able to stand out as well. The left wing eurosceptic. From day 1 they have been treated as invisible, they will get to walk away Scott free and will continue to exist as if nothing happened. They are everywhere, they're Jeremy Corbyn, they're the Red Wall North East. They're the voters that broke hard to Johnson in Labour heartlands.

  16. The people who broke for Johnson didn’t care about economic issues, such as the European debt crisis or the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, no they only cared about nationalism and immigration

  17. UKIP had it's origins in the far left. You're helping make my point that voters that are left leave are walking away innocent. It's why momentum needed to fail like it has done. Treating Brexit as a right only thing is ignorant.

  18. UKIP started as a centrist political party by Dr Alan Sked, in 1993

  19. I think the reason why it spiked in 2022 is because of the disastrous sanctions warfare that’s driving the surge in energy prices for normal people and corporations, which is then causing the deindustrialization of Europe as corporations look to different nations with cheaper energy costs. Ultimately, these sanctions have ended up hurting Europe more than Russia, and it’s the normal citizens that will bear the brunt of it.

  20. Brexit was collapsing before February of 2022 . Britain . The volatility existed long before this year ,

  21. Yup, but wouldn’t you say the events of the past year exacerbated the adverse effects of brexit?

  22. A little, undoubtedly, But most of it isn’t . There’s a reason why Other G7 countries are doing better economically.

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