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California vote scandal blows up

California vote scandal blows up

  By Jon Rappoport (To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.) California vote-fraud scandal blows up “Los Angeles County officials informed us that the total number of registered voters [in the County] now stands at a number that is a whopping 144% of the total number of resident citizens of voting age.” […]

How many Toyota mechanics does it take to change a lightbulb?

How many Toyota mechanics does it take to change a lightbulb?

  By George Miller We are a Toyota family, formerly a Mercedes family and a Ford/GM family originally. Disloyal for not buying American? We had so much trouble with our Detroit iron in the old days that we never came back. They were disloyal to us. My father was a double Purple Heart Marine Corps WWII […]

The Tipping Point

The Tipping Point

By Dotty Pringle   Fisherman’s Wharf, Channel Islands Harbor, in its current un-renovated state. Photo: George Miller/CitizensJournal.us   After studying the online submissions, I believe the majority of comments we have heard about our CI Harbor will absolutely support the point that is made about the community’s feelings on another luxury apartment project (by redeveloping […]

Google to Employees: Feel Safe Sharing Your Opinions, as Long as They’re Our Opinions

Google to Employees: Feel Safe Sharing Your Opinions, as Long as They’re Our Opinions

. By Thomas L. Knapp Former Google engineer James Damore is suddenly between jobs. He’s been fired, Bloomberg reports, for writing “an internal memo blasting the web company’s diversity policies.” Google has long cultivated a reputation for hiring smart people, turning them loose, and listening to them. This firing puts a giant dent in that […]

Shameless fear-mongering – versus reality

Shameless fear-mongering – versus reality

. By Paul Driessen Al Gore pedals climate and weather scam. CFACT film and Aussie book present Climate Facts. Before I could enjoy a movie last week, I was forced to endure five minutes of climate and weather fear-mongering, when the theater previewed Al Gore’s “Inconvenient Sequel.” His attempt to pin every weather disaster of the […]

Capitalism Dissected at new museum

Capitalism Dissected at new museum

, By Richard Eber,  California Political News and Views   When curiosity got the best of me and a visit was made to the newly opened Museum of Capitalism in Oakland, museumofcapitalism.org, I was expecting a Marxist sing-a-long.  This perception was dead wrong.  Communism was barely mentioned in the exhibits which dealt primarily with the history of capitalism […]

Hillary’s new book: It’s Never My Fault

Hillary’s new book: It’s Never My Fault

  By Jon Rappoport (To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.) This is an antidote to Hillary’s new book, titled, “What Happened,” which I would sub-title, Why Was I So Clueless? The book purports to explain her loss in the 2016 election. What would Hillary think if she could think? First of […]

The Folly of “Democratic Socialism”

The Folly of “Democratic Socialism”

By Thomas DiLorenzo August 5, 2017   How apropos that on the weekend of the annual convention of Democratic Socialists of America taking place in Chicago the socialist government of Venezuela is demonstrating yet again the inherent incompatibility of socialism and democracy.  It was not just a coincidence, in other words, that twentieth-century socialism was defined by tyranny, dictatorship, […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise — The Cure for Medical Socialism

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise — The Cure for Medical Socialism

. By L. Neil Smith  Over the years that I’ve involved myself in politics, there has been one idiotic thing that people say — if you count liberal “progressive” Democrats as people — that fills me with a special amazement and contempt at just how stupid they have let themselves become. It usually begins, “Out […]

Privacy: J. Edgar’s Not the Hoover You Need to Worry About Any More

Privacy: J. Edgar’s Not the Hoover You Need to Worry About Any More

. By Thomas L. Knapp Is your vacuum cleaner spying on you? Hamza Shaban of the Washington Post reports that iRobot, maker of the “autonomous” Roomba vacuum, may eventually sell the internal maps of your home the device builds to facilitate its work to the makers of other “smart home” devices. In the latest phase […]