Monthly Archives: June 2010

The Threat Of Chinese Drywall

My February interview with Mike Foreman of constructionguru.com. I talk to Mike Friday afternoon, June 18, 2010. Lev: “So what are some of the latest developments in this saga of the contaminated drywall?” Mike: “The judge’s order has three options, … Continue reading

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Yisroel Pensack: Why Economists Cannot Think Clearly About Economics

The “Economix” blog at The New York Times today features an article headlined “Interest Rates and the Housing Cycle” by Casey B. Mulligan. Mulligan, an economics professor at the John D. Rockefeller-founded University of Chicago (read: citadel of privilege), treats … Continue reading

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The Crash Of Real Estate Developer Laurence Gluck

His company Stellar Management owns and operates major apartment complexes in such cities as Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, and Washington D.C.. Stellar Management has been defaulting on properties all over the country. In December, Stellar defaulted on Aqua … Continue reading

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