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L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise: AN OPEN LETTER TO POLITICIANS IN NEBRASKA AND OKLAHOMA

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise: AN OPEN LETTER TO POLITICIANS IN NEBRASKA AND OKLAHOMA

By L. Neil Smith I’ve been hearing and seeing reports that politicians in your states, those of Oklahoma and Nebraska, are very angry because a majority of voters in Colorado have decided to ignore the imperious edicts of the federal government and of the vile, corrupt United Nations, and make it legal to grow, process, […]

A helmet law for bicyclists?

A helmet law for bicyclists?

by John Seiler , remedy No question wearing a helmet makes bicycle riding safer, sildenafil much as for motorcycles. But how much of a Nanny State do Californians want? Motorcycles go much faster, usually are in traffic and are driven by licensed adults. Republished with permission by Cal Watchdog.com Bicycles are driven by everyone, but […]

The People’s Cube touches on a sampling of topics and headline makers of the day

The People’s Cube touches on a sampling of topics and headline makers of the day

From the satirical site The People’s Cube:                                                                                                 […]

So Says the Sea

So Says the Sea

By Brynne Betz In the early morning, order before the mist has lifted its veil, story I slip outside to drink in the whispers of my New England sea. She tells of far away places, drugs of mysteries and wonders and jewels I cannot see. And she laps, laps up with her gentle, rhythmic voice, […]

POLITICALLY INCORRECT ZONE: A Special Kind of Crazy

POLITICALLY INCORRECT ZONE: A Special Kind of Crazy

By Kevin Harris The Obama Administration has somehow reached new levels of absurdity. I bet some of you wondered if that was even possible following his scandal after scandal, order countless bizarre public statements and his blatant disregard for the law and the Constitution. But we all found out this week that with all of […]

CA manufacturing rises — a little

CA manufacturing rises — a little

by John Seiler California’s hard-hit manufacturing sector is coming back, medicine although not as much as the rest of the country. The Great Recession sliced off 18.5 percent of state manufacturing jobs. Republished with permission by Cal Watchdog.com After that, salve from 2011 to 2014, “manufacturing employment has hovered around 12.5 million,” reported the Sacramento Bee. […]

Oxnard Planning Commissioner wants super agency to control water costs and use

Oxnard Planning Commissioner wants super agency to control water costs and use

By Steve Nash I am no water engineer or expert. I approach this problem as a layman concerned with what our water future holds. So I propose a simple proposition for the cities and farmers of the Oxnard plain; there should be a single water super-agency guiding the process of developing new water sources, protecting […]

Godfather of Soul–Family Feud over James Brown estate

Godfather of Soul–Family Feud over James Brown estate

By Jennifer Felten In 2006, the Godfather of Soul, James Brown, passed away. The very next day a public feud began when his purported wife, Tomi Rae Hynie, returned to the family estate only to find padlocks on the gates and security personnel guarding the property. The validity of Hynie’s marriage to Brown, and the […]

Gas tax could be cut

Gas tax could be cut

by John Seiler Golden State drivers might soon enjoy a little tax relief at the pump. The Board of Equalization announced: Sacramento – The California State Board of Equalization (BOE) will consider lowering the excise tax rate for gasoline by $0.075 for Fiscal Year (FY) 2015-16 during its February 24, cialis 2015 meeting in Culver […]

Kurds retake Kobani – Serious blow for ISIS

Kurds retake Kobani – Serious blow for ISIS

On January 30, buy 2015, dosage ISIS issued a video in which it admitted, medicine for the first time, that its fighters had retreated from Kobani (Ayn al-Arab) in northern Syria, and that control of the city had been retaken by the Kurdish forces. Two operatives who fought in Kobani admitted that ISIS forces had […]