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What’s the Difference Between Democrats and Communists?

What’s the Difference Between Democrats and Communists?

  What’s the Difference Between Democrats and Communists? I’m starting to think Joe McCarthy wasn’t wrong, just early.  I wasn’t even born when McCarthy was going after communists in our government and political class. I wasn’t there, so I have no idea what really happened. But history says he was wrong. Okay, let’s go by […]

President Trump’s”Green New Deal”

President Trump’s”Green New Deal”

  PRESIDENT TRUMP’S GREEN NEW DEAL President Trump needs a “Green New Deal” too. It will lead to a 2020 landslide victory. I’ve designed it. But first, some proof my ideas are driving liberals into fits of rage. Just days ago, I was singled out for attack by John Oliver of “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.” Oliver’s HBO […]

Sidelined Because She Rejects Radical Green Agendas?

Sidelined Because She Rejects Radical Green Agendas?

  By Paul Driessen Aurelia Skipwith has a BS in biology from Howard University, a Master’s in molecular genetics from Purdue and a law degree from Kentucky. She has worked as a molecular analyst and sustainable agriculture partnership manager. She was also co-founder and general counsel for AVC Global, a Washington, DC-based agricultural supply chain […]

Senate Right to Block ‘Green New Deal’

Senate Right to Block ‘Green New Deal’

   By Dr. Jay Lehr & Tom Harris On March 26, the United States Senate voted against putting forward Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s (D-NY) and Sen. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) Green New Deal (GND) resolution to the Senate floor for debate and final vote. Those voting against the GND included all 53 Republicans, three Democrats and one […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE | Instead Of An Article

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE | Instead Of An Article

  By L. Neil Smith I had originally planned to spend the back end of this week writing a whizz-bang piece on one of any number of topics that badly need addressing. Instead, I profligately elected to consume my time and energy writing my current novel, _Rosalie’s World_, a fourth Ngu family story — involving Wilson Ngu, Jasmeen Khalidov […]

Social Media Regulation: Speak of the Devil and in Walks Zuck

Social Media Regulation: Speak of the Devil and in Walks Zuck

  by Thomas L. Knapp In a recent column on the mating dance between Big Government and Big Tech, I noted that “Big Tech wants to be regulated by Big Governments because regulation makes it more difficult and expensive for new competitors to enter the market.” Two days after I hit “publish” on that column, […]

Tip of the California Progressive Utopia Iceberg

Tip of the California Progressive Utopia Iceberg

  Richard Eber, Exclusive to the California Political News and Views As might be expected, Gavin Newsom’s pronouncement that he was suspending the executions of death row prisoners during his term as Governor was hardly a surprise.  As an outspoken opponent of capital punishment, we could expect no less from him. Newsom’s actions come despite […]

Intolerance is in Charge of American Politics 2

Intolerance is in Charge of American Politics 2

  Richard Eber, California Political News and Views This is a very sad story which I am afraid has been repeated thousands of times of late. Polarization between the left and right has become so pronounced that the two sides have lost the ability to be civil with one another. For me, this moment came […]

Big Government and Big Tech Versus the Internet and Everyone

Big Government and Big Tech Versus the Internet and Everyone

  by Thomas L. Knapp Governments around the world began trying to bring the Internet under control as soon as they realized the danger to their power represented by unfettered public access to, and exchange of, information. From attempts to suppress strong encryption technology to the Communications Decency Act in the US and China’s “Great […]

Guest Commentary | Professor weighs in on New Tech Ordinance in T.O. and the Media

Guest Commentary |  Professor weighs in on New Tech Ordinance in T.O. and the Media

    By Professor Trevor G Marshall For those that are talking with the media today, I have encapsulated my thoughts, based on 54 years of designing microwave transmitting equipment, and my many peer-reviewed papers in human biology. You may quote me on any of this: As Thousand Oaks residents we enjoy an excellent quality of […]