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A Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow?

A Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow?

By Phil Erwin Way back in the Dinosaur Age, 50-some years ago, the folks lending their collective genius to Walt Disney came up with a little ditty that perfectly described how the world viewed America, and Americans viewed their own future: There’s a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow Shining at the end of every day! There’s […]

Crazy New Technology May Save Lives On The Battlefield

Crazy New Technology May Save Lives On The Battlefield

The Defense Department’s top researchers are working actively to put homing bullets, viagra 100mg previously the stuff of sci-fi, into the hands of the country’s soldiers, reports the Marine Corps Times. Republished with permission–The Daily Caller Foundation: http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/ The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has been working for years to create small-caliber bullets with the […]

Unaffordable California – It Doesn’t Have To Be This Way

Unaffordable California – It Doesn’t Have To Be This Way

Here’s a documented comparison of California taxes and economic climate with the rest of the states. The news is bad, and getting worse. But it doesn’t have to be this way! The state and local government policies that created an unaffordable California can be reversed. PERSONAL INCOME TAX:  Prior to Prop 30 passing in Nov. […]

These Guys Are Using Balloons To Sneak ‘The Interview’ Into North Korea

These Guys Are Using Balloons To Sneak ‘The Interview’ Into North Korea

4th Annual Food and Wine Challenge: The Super Bowl Event in Ventura County

4th Annual Food and Wine Challenge: The Super Bowl Event in Ventura County

             . . By Raven West Like the runners of the Houston Marathon or the NFL playoff games, the teams competing for the 4th Annual Food and Wine Challenge on Sunday, January 18th  was the day when all that training, practice and preparation finally came to a head. The 13 […]

CA Analyst warns against budget spending spree

CA Analyst warns against budget spending spree

With California’s state budget in the best shape in years, malady Democratic legislators are eager to open the spending spigots. But they were cautioned at an Assembly Budget Committee hearing Jan. 15 that the good economic times could end as quickly as they began, plunging the budget back into the red. . Republished with permission […]

A Blank Message

A Blank Message

By Brynne Betz There she was, rocking slowly in the moonlight, her stockinged feet kneading the porch planks like she hadn’t ever done it before. But she had. Every night for sixty some-odd years. It was her ointment, she told me, a balm she used for soothin’ her soul. For soothin’ her soul? I smiled […]

Brown plan to eliminate retiree health care debt

Brown plan to eliminate retiree health care debt

The surrender to modern education: brainwashing

The surrender to modern education: brainwashing

    .   By Jon Rappoport “There is a movement to make children into social animals, but not just that. The objective is to make them good social animals, and better than good—the best and most wonderful, special, special, special social animals…and in the process, to cherish them, to profess great love for them—when […]

21 years ago—Northridge earthquake: photos and memories from that fateful day

21 years ago—Northridge earthquake: photos and memories from that fateful day

By Celeste Greig Monday, January 17, 1994 the San Fernando Valley, along with several other cities and nearby counties, woke up at 4:35 AM to a brutal, and as it proved, deadly 6.7 magnitude earthquake.  The epicenter was in Reseda, but most of the 59 people who died, and the majority of damaged buildings, hospitals, […]