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CDC whistleblower

CDC whistleblower

        By Jon Rappoport William W Thompson, PhD…the CDC whistleblower…was escorted off the premises of the CDC campus yesterday afternoon. This is what a source has just told me. Therefore, the CDC knows Thompson is the whistleblower. He’s in danger. I’ve also been told that the autism media channel, which had posted […]

Evan Sayet performs at Laugh Factory

Evan Sayet performs at Laugh Factory

By Marc Langsam Political comedian and philosopher Evan Sayet performed at the Laugh Factory. Deb, Eryn and I just got back from the Laugh Factory to see Conservative Comedian/ Author and former writer of the Bill Maher Show – Politically Incorrect – Evan Sayet – Check out my new patriot shoes!! The set was an hour and […]

Unmanned Underwater Vehicles and port safety

Unmanned Underwater Vehicles and port safety

Bios Swimmer is an unmanned vehicle that can operate underwater as well as on the surface, stuff designated to follow incoming vessels and monitor possible introduction of explosives attached to their hull. Scientists in Hawaii developed another unmanned marine vehicle designed to secure civil and naval ports, including immediate alert, monitoring and reporting of unusual […]

The Cost of Mutilating Landscape Plants— preserving beauty, health, and saving money through better practice

The Cost of Mutilating Landscape Plants— preserving beauty, health, and saving money through better practice

By Ronald Kirk, Landscape Architect As a designer and as a devotee of the beauty in nature, this is a big personal peeve. I suggest it should be yours as well. If you retain a gardener or landscape maintenance crew for your home or business, you may want to read on. You may well reduce […]

Dumb Laws–Ventura County and the signs of the times

Dumb Laws–Ventura County and the signs of the times

All regulations have a purpose.  At least, they always define a purpose for the regulation, otherwise they would have no purpose at all except to annoy the public. Sign regulations in the County of Ventura have a very good purpose.  Under Article 10 section 8110-0 they give that purpose, in a very clear and purposeful […]

WHO produced “The Giver”?

WHO produced “The Giver”?

      By Michael Greer A month or so ago I started to see trailers for “The Giver” on television. I thought it was a television movie or series, and I didn’t pay much attention to it. I didn’t see any trailers for it in the theaters until I noticed that Fathom Events was […]

New mobile passport control app available

New mobile passport control app available

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has announced the launch of the first authorized app to expedite a traveler’s entry process into the U.S.

Case of the Month–Mechanic’s Lien and the lender’s rights

Case of the Month–Mechanic’s Lien and the lender’s rights

By Jennifer Felten  The case resulted from the total default of a borrower on a real property in Los Angeles County. At the time of the default, the property was subject to a deed of trust and a mechanic’s lien, the mechanic’s lien being in lower priority than the deed of trust. Faced with foreclosure, […]

Ransomware outbreak: A tide of online fraud schemes

Ransomware outbreak: A tide of online fraud schemes

Dumb Laws–Unequal treatment: Cats are privileged in Thousand Oaks

Dumb Laws–Unequal treatment: Cats are privileged in Thousand Oaks

Why should cats be given special treatment in Thousand Oaks and dogs dealt with…well…like dogs. Thousand Oaks adopted Title 10 of the Los Angeles County Code in its entirety which outlines a full set of animal law ordinances.  For some unexplained reason Thousand Oaks exempted cats, really their owners, from having to get licenses for […]