But Even Then You Won't. By Amanda Scherker To the West, the world of Japanese game shows is best known as a technicolored whirlwind of half-naked bodies, sadomasochistic physical challenges, and the occasional whimsical bunny rabbit head. In short, any reasonable person would assume they couldn't be real. The stereotype today is a bit of a misnomer -- this brand of scandalizing, borderline-torturous television is being phased out after reaching its apex in the '90s.
With the economy going as well as it is and with unemployment at record lows I am not going to concern myself if a bunch of rich people lose some money. Especially since they have been able to enrich themselves with the gains made over the past 2 years. As for those who are invested in the market through retirement plans they should not be concerned as the market has always progressed through various cycles. For those who are close to retirement age they have converted to less risky investments as they anticipated retirement. Most plans have this option built in.
That article is biased right. It is not the environmentalists and I don't understand why it is so important for the right to blame them. I am an environmentalist and I strongly advocate prescribed burns and always have. I was a member of the Sierra Club for years.