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L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Let’s Jail the Kiddies!

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Let’s Jail the Kiddies!

  by L. Neil Smith A long time ago, in a galaxy not that far away,  I was an auxiliary or reserve police officer, with a gun, a badge, genuine false arrest insurance, and everything. I signed up for a variety of reasons. The three greatest “authorities” on police work in a future libertarian society were (a) the Head […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | The Fermi Paradox Resolved

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | The Fermi Paradox Resolved

  by L. Neil Smith In 1954, the dashing atomic physicist Enrico Fermi, who constructed the first nuclear reactor, asked a casual question of his buddies over coffee: given what seemed to be the overwhelming likelihood that there are thousands of intelligent species living elsewhere in the galaxy, and there probably had been for millions of years, why hadn’t […]

Grief Support for Teens | Camarillo Hospice

Grief Support for Teens | Camarillo Hospice

This summer, Camarillo Hospice, a program of Livingston Memorial, is offering a Teenage Grief Support Group, for ages 14 to 19. The group will provide the opportunity for teens to connect with peers also impacted by the death of a loved one and engage in grief-related discussions and activities to enhance their well-being. The group […]

“Thank you for your service, Soldier.” Signed, A Grateful Nation

“Thank you for your service, Soldier.” Signed, A Grateful Nation

    By Deborah Baber Savalla On Saturday June 23, 2018, the Ventura County Vietnam Veterans again raised the money and dedicated their time making the Moving Wall, a half-sized replica of the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, DC, a reality in our county. These tireless veterans and their supporters deserve our profound thanks for a moving […]

Five thousand inventions in limbo and under “secrecy orders” at the US Patent Office

Five thousand inventions in limbo and under “secrecy orders” at the US Patent Office

    By Jon Rappoport In light of the resurgence in the news this past week regarding President Trump’s announcement of a proposed ‘Space Force’, as a new, sixth branch of the military, I’m re-posting my article on secret patents… For many individuals, the notion of being in outer-space on various missions, brings their imaginations […]

EPA head must ignore the flak and continue to drop more bombs

EPA head must ignore the flak and continue to drop more bombs

  By Dr. Tim Ball and Tom Harris Shortly after Scott Pruitt was confirmed as Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), disgruntled EPA bureaucrats began leaking what they said were Pruitt’s personal abuses of money, rules, and regulations. Naturally, it caused a firestorm in the press and among liberals. With investigations by the EPA inspector general, the White […]

The Libertarian Party: A Proposal | Cut the Court

The Libertarian Party: A Proposal | Cut the Court

  by Thomas L. Knapp Well, here we go again. On June 27, US Supreme Court Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement, effective July 31. Cue crisis, as defined by President John F. Kennedy’s inaccurate characterization of the Chinese analog: “Two characters, one representing danger and the other, opportunity.” Democrats and Republicans have, for 30 […]

Bombshell accusation: Hillary never had a State Department email address; all emails were sent to her at her private unsecured email

Bombshell accusation: Hillary never had a State Department email address; all emails were sent to her at her private unsecured email

  By Jon Rappoport Many people have been led to believe Hillary had two separate email accounts. One was a traditional, secure, State Department address, where she received most of her classified information; the other was her personal, sloppily run, wide open, unsecured email, where she received some classified information. But wait. Paul Sperry (NY […]

Ontario’s new premier must save the province

Ontario’s new premier must save the province

  By Dr. Tim Ball and Tom Harris On March 8, 2018, former US Vice President Al Gore visited Ontario, Canada in an attempt to help then-Premier Kathleen Wynne win the June 7 provincial election. Gore said, “I travel all over the world, and I cite Ontario as an example of a provincial government that is doing it […]

VCVC | Veteran Collaborative Ventura County 2018 Meeting Schedule

VCVC | Veteran Collaborative Ventura County 2018 Meeting Schedule

In November of 2011, the VCMilC, Ventura County Military Collaborative, held its first meeting. Last month in April, with the departure of VCMilC founder Kim Evans the Collaborative transitioned to new leadership and a new name, the Veteran Collaborative Ventura County. The Collaborative will continue meeting the second Thursday of every month at National University.  […]

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