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The Cost of Buying a Home, Low Cost of Living, and Fed Cover-Up

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Has anyone been watching the HBO miniseries, John Adams? Although colonial America is not my favorite period of history, I’ve been enjoying the first episodes that have aired. However, during the slower sections of the program, you may want to take the time reading articles from Consumerism Commentary’s history.

From the first half of March 2007

By This Time You are a Seasoned Executive
What I Did With My Bonus
Problems With TIAA-Cref Continue: One Reader’s Issue
How to Withdraw Money From Upromise
Soylent Synvisc: It’s Birds!
Best Cars of 2007: Consumer Reports vs. Car and Driver
How Easy is it to Beat the Market?
February Heating Cost Way Up
Closing an Old Capital One Account
Shopping at Kohl’s and Being Granted Discounts
More Than $50 Wasted
The Cost of Buying a Home Over 30 Years

From the first half of March 2006

New $10 Bill Circulates Today
Saving Another $10 on Cable Internet (and Follow-Up)
Prices for Healthcare in Retirement Up
The Future is Grim: Ben Stein
Move Where the Cost of Living is Low
Your House: Asset or Liability?

From the first half of March 2005

For New Yorkers
Web-Based Financial Planning
No Money? Buy a Home!
Suze Orman: Young, Fabulous, and Decidedly Not Broke
Trying Out Emigrant Direct
Federal Reserve Cover-Up

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Luke Landes is the founder of Consumerism Commentary. He has been blogging and writing for the internet since 1995 and has been building online communities since 1991. Find out more about Luke Landes and follow him on Twitter. View all articles by .

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avatar Bobby

I have. Finding it pretty interesting.

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