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Activists Clamor To Keep Internet Tax-Free

Activists Clamor To Keep Internet Tax-Free

Activists continued to press for congressional action on Internet taxation Friday, pharmacy hoping for a vote in the lame-duck session. A coalition of trade associations sent a letter to congressional leaders in both parties on Thursday, urging them to pass a permanent moratorium against state and local taxes on Internet access. The Internet Tax Freedom Act (ITFA) […]

Report: Fracking Keeps Small Businesses Afloat In Tough Times

Report: Fracking Keeps Small Businesses Afloat In Tough Times

Booming natural gas production have helped keep small businesses linked to the energy sector afloat while businesses in other industries have struggled these past few years, stuff according to a new report. A study by the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council found that “increased [natural gas] production has been good news for the energy sector, including […]

NSA alive and well at colleges: code MDA-904

NSA alive and well at colleges: code MDA-904

      By Jon Rappoport These days, students are, for the most part, oblivious to how their colleges and universities are funded. I’m not talking about donations from graduates and boosters, or revenue generated from televised football games. I’m talking, for example, about secretive government agencies. CIA, NSA, DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency). At Wikileaks, […]

Intelligence in jail – ISIS terrorist prison break foiled

Intelligence in jail – ISIS terrorist prison break foiled

by Dov Lachman Article courtesy : iHLS – Israel Homeland Security The weekly security bulletin of the National Offender Management Service published a story on a Muslim ISIS terrorist who had planned to take a prison officer hostage and escape prison. This bulletin was re-reported by the BBC. The plan, ed which included an escape […]

Heels

Heels

By L. Neil Smith L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise During my endless time in Therapyland, following a stroke earlier this year, I happened to mention how deeply I miss wearing my cowboy boots. They were practically a trademark with me, I have had a couple of really good pairs (Lucchese), and I bitterly regret […]

It’s Veteran’s Day in Oxnard

It’s Veteran’s Day in Oxnard

By George Miller This year, Veteran’s Day was observed differently in Oxnard. The City added  a flag raising and speeches at city hall, then everyone marched (described as an “honor walk”) down to the Plaza Park ceremonies, to the accompanyment of High School bands, a veteran’s American Legion Riders motorcycle group and several local organizations. For […]

Veterans Affairs Keeps Buying Bogus And Counterfeit Medical Equipment

By Jonah Bennett ‘ Republished with permission–The Daily Caller Foundation: http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/ . Internal correspondence between the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and a major supplier of medical devices reveals that the VA has been buying bogus and counterfeit medical equipment, The Washington Times reports. The equipment comes from the so-called gray market and threatens to endanger […]

Taxpayer Funded Voodoo Dolls

Taxpayer Funded Voodoo Dolls

Soften

Soften

By Brynne Betz Wind carries the sea to her skin. She closes her eyes and lifts her head, her body longing. She listens as the salty air rustles the palm fronds, as they dance in their knowing, in their silent secrets. I’m coming, she whispers, I’m coming. Bare feet, toasted brown. Along a dusty dirt […]

Employment/Career Opportunities- jobs, jobs, jobs

Employment/Career Opportunities- jobs, jobs, jobs

Lots of people out of work. We hope this helps some. CJ lists the “alerter” and “JobBungo” at no expense to them or you, simply because we want to help our readers. We hope they profit and you benefit because of it. POPULAR JOBS Human Resources Customer Service Office Assistant Project Coordinator IT Support IN […]