According to the Energy Information Administration, the production facilities that in 2006 supplied the United States with 4,064,702,000 megawatts of electricity were mainly powered by coal (49%), natural gas (20%) and nuclear energy (19%). Clean, green and renewable sources lag far behind, with hydropower supplying 7% of U.S. electricity and renewable sources such as . . . → Read More: Renewable Energy: Rewiring America Green
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There seems to be no end to the foreclosure crisis. In fact it is likely to get worse.
Option Adjustable Rate Mortgages (ARMs) allow homeowners to choose a low minimum monthly payment typically for five years. The low monthly payments often fall short of the interest due on the loan. The difference is added . . . → Read More: ARM Payment Hikes: Another Sign of the Times