In The Morning News

USA Today: Falling home sales problem spreads to 45 states
“Underscoring the breadth of the real estate recession, sales of existing homes fell in 45 states and Washington, D.C., in the last quarter of 2007, and prices dropped in more than half the metro areas it tracks, the National Association of Realtors said Thursday.”
Washington Post: Clinton, Obama Offer Similar Economic Visions
“Hillary Rodham Clinton slammed Barack Obama during an appearance at a General Motors plant here on Thursday for what she charged was a lack of a record of achievement on the economy. But as both Democratic presidential candidates announced comprehensive economic plans this week, they advocated similar visions for what has become the single biggest issue for voters in the 2008 campaign.”
Washington Times: FTC Finds Consumer Fraud On The Rise
“American consumers reported 20 percent more cases of consumer fraud last year than the previous year, and nearly a third of their complaints related to identity theft, the Federal Trade Commission reported yesterday. The federal agency, in an annual report on consumer-fraud complaints, revealed that out of around 810,000 cases of consumer fraud reported, more than 258,000 involved identity theft, the top complaint for the eighth year in a row.”

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    anthony reynolds said:
    July 1, 2010 at 4:02 pm

    My membership is 19 years old (since 1991): number 0592775290.
    My membership is paid through another 3½ years: January 2014.
    I ignored the earlier request that I join of some months ago. Now I report that Addison Barry Rand, one week ago, sent me an authorization card numbered 453159755-3 that I am meant to return to him with a payment of, e.g., $43 for three years, and “register and … receive (my) new membership card” and a “Travel Bag — FREE”.
    I request that you respond that you have now required that the folks who solicit new members purge from their lists those of us who are are current members.
    Thank You,

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