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How Trump Saved the Union

How Trump Saved the Union

How Trump Saved the Union By Wayne Allyn Root I’m certain from the letters I get from liberal critics, every time that I report that President Trump has saved the US economy, they claim I’m lying.  And conversely, every time I report Obama ruined the US economy, they claim I’m lying. Well the proof is out. Liberals, as […]

Nobody Knows But Me: My story about being homeless on the streets of Oxnard.

Nobody Knows But Me: My story about being homeless on the streets of Oxnard.

By Lang Martinez   What caused me personally to become homeless living on the streets in Oxnard? Methamphetamine use. Being homeless definitely taught me a whole new learning experience of self-perseverance and survival. Bottom line, trust no one but yourself! My number one priority in life while on the streets was to get my poison, my […]

Ending Obama EPA climate deception

Ending Obama EPA climate deception

  By Paul Driessen In December 2009, the Obama Environmental Protection Agency issued its Endangerment Finding (EF) – decreeing that carbon dioxide (CO2) and other “greenhouse gases” (GHGs) endanger the health and welfare of Americans. In the process, EPA ignored the incredible economic, health and welfare benefits of fossil fuels – and the fact that (even at […]

GOP In Turmoil

GOP In Turmoil

  Richard Eber, California Political News and Views A couple years following my attendance to the Republican Convention, it was my conclusion, “I was expecting with Donald Trump’s victory last fall, this place would be a hot bed of political activism. Was this reporter ever wrong? The GOP confab reminded me of a 1950’s costume […]

Donald Trump, Socialist

Donald Trump, Socialist

  By Thomas L. Knapp “Tonight, we renew our resolve that America will never be a socialist country,” US president Donald Trump announced in his State of the Union address in February.  His base, as he had hoped, cheered him on in setting himself up as foil to Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. In the […]

Send in the Clowns

Send in the Clowns

  Richard Eber,  California Political News and Views A couple years following my attendance to the Republican Convention, it was my conclusion, “I was expecting with Donald Trump’s victory last fall, this place would be a hot bed of political activism. Was this reporter ever wrong? The GOP confab reminded me of a 1950’s costume party.  […]

Fear, Loathing, Intolerance – and Worse

Fear, Loathing, Intolerance – and Worse

  By Paul Driessen Throughout history despots had effective ways of reducing dissension in the ranks. Inquisitors burned heretics. Nazi’s burned books – before taking far more extreme measures. Soviets employed famines, gulags, salt mines and executions. ChiComs and other tyrants starved, jailed and murdered millions.  Today’s Green New Dealers and their allies have mapped […]

Facebook Isn’t a “Monopoly” — Let’s Not Make it Into One

Facebook Isn’t a “Monopoly” — Let’s Not Make it Into One

  By Thomas L. Knapp Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes, adding his voice to calls to “break up” the social media giant,  calls it a “powerful monopoly, eclipsing all of its rivals and erasing competition.” In recent years, we’ve seen similar claims, and heard demands for similar remedies, aimed at Google, Amazon, and other large companies. […]

Nanny Laws Destroying Our Society

Nanny Laws Destroying Our Society

  By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views,  It seems every day there is a new wacky story about an elected official attempting to modify human behavior by making up a new law that is supposed to save us from ourselves. California is famous for this. In the past these so called “nanny legislation” […]

Sex-Ed in California Classrooms

Sex-Ed in California Classrooms

by Larry and Sharon Zini California Assembly Bill-AB 329 was passed four years ago in 2015. It is in effect right now, today, in OUR taxpayer-funded public schools for grades K-12. It is appalling to say the least. The bill is titled “The California Healthy Youth Act. Cloaked in the language of “concern and care” […]

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