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Tax Bill Will Bankrupt America

Tax Bill Will Bankrupt America

  By Richard Colman Government cannot manage money.  The Republican tax bill that President Donald Trump is expected to sign at any time will add about $2 trillion to the current national debt of $20 trillion.  The highest priority for the survival of the United States is to stop increasing the national debt.  Trump and […]

What’s the Downside of Christianity?

What’s the Downside of Christianity?

. By Michael Greer In case you hadn’t noticed, Christianity is under attack. Christians are called “haters”. Recently, Senator Diane Feinstein said she didn’t think she could support a judge nominee because of her “Christian dogma”. It’s a judge’s duty is to enforce the law as written. Being a Christian wouldn’t conflict with enforcing the […]

UN agency to Congress: Drop dead

UN agency to Congress: Drop dead

. By Paul Driessen The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) in France has received over $48 million from America’s National Institutes of Health (NIH), to determine whether various chemicals cause cancer in humans. Of more than 900 chemicals it has reviewed, only one was ever found non-carcinogenic. The latest substance to face IARC […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise: Sticks and Stones

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise: Sticks and Stones

. By L. Neil Smith We have come to be living in a world where the use of the wrong word (or even worse, the right one) can be regarded as a criminal act. Refer to a member of the sexually-confused profession by a pronoun they didn’t make up, and in some places (Canada, for […]

Commentary: It’s Time to Update the Endangered Species Act, Because People Are More Important Than Bait Fish

Commentary: It’s Time to Update the Endangered Species Act, Because People Are More Important Than Bait Fish

by Printus LeBlanc The Endangered Species Act (ESA) is the most weaponized law in America. … -melt and ocean. When the snow melts, or it rains in northern California, the runoff is carried to the delta and pumped to 25 million Californians and hundreds of farms. However, the pumps can suck up …

Developer gets 10 Years for Building/Investor Scam over Fracking Boom

Developer gets 10 Years for Building/Investor Scam over Fracking Boom

. By Jennifer Felten  “Fracking” is a slang term for “Hydraulic Fracturing”.  Hydraulic Fracturing is the process of injecting liquid at high pressure into subterranean rocks, boreholes, etc., in order to force open existing fissures and extract oil or gas.  In other words, inject pressurized liquid deep into the earth and you get oil or […]

Happy Holidays. Yes, All of Them

Happy Holidays. Yes, All of Them

. by Thomas L. Knapp It’s “War on Christmas” time again. In a November 30 speech in St. Charles, Missouri, US president Donald Trump mounted a stage festooned with Christmas trees to kick off the annual Airing of the Fake Grievance: “[Y]ou go to the department stores and you see ‘Happy New Years,’ and you […]

And Now, A Prairie Home Sexual Harassment Complaint

And Now, A Prairie Home Sexual Harassment Complaint

. by Thomas L. Knapp America is in the middle of an agonizing reappraisal of sexual conduct. What constitutes sexual harassment or assault? Where is the line that separates acceptable, or merely rude, actions from unacceptable, and possibly criminal or civilly actionable, behavior? If you feel like this process has been dragging on for a […]

Debbie Wasserman Shultz and Pakistani Congressional IT Employees | An Exploding Scandal

Debbie Wasserman Shultz and Pakistani Congressional IT Employees | An Exploding Scandal

  By Ginny Bryce | Camarillo Since the recent scandals of the Clintons’ 2010 uranium deal, the Russian dossier disgrace, and the FBI’s handling of the probe of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails have come to the surface, another scandal is bubbling up and could explode at any time. The brothers, Imran, Abid, […]

Draining the” sewer” as opposed to the “swamp”

Draining the” sewer” as opposed to the “swamp”

.   Richard Eber, California Political News and Views, With all the revelations coming to light about possible sexual indiscretions that transpired in the lives of celebrities and politicians, it is difficult not to feel guilty about something.  Whether we are Al Franken, Bill O’Reilly, Judge Moore, Bill Cosby, or Jesse Jackson, women are coming out […]