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Innovative Face Recognition technology

Innovative Face Recognition technology

By Avi Yariv In this day and age of highly advanced crimes on the one hand, online and intensifying terrorism on the other, diagnosis the sense among intelligence service, law enforcement authorities and security experts, is that “the flood gates have opened”. For these security professionals, the greatest challenge nowadays is not obtaining the data, […]

The Case Which Could End Obamacare Subsidies For Millions

The Case Which Could End Obamacare Subsidies For Millions

By Connor D. Wolf . Union leaders and supporters are preparing to rally in front of the U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday to oppose a case which could end ObamaCare tax credits for residents in 34 states. Republished with permission–The Daily Caller Foundation: http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/ The Supreme Court case, viagra sale King v. Burwell, is part of […]

Solar power causing problems with electricity grid

Solar power causing problems with electricity grid

by John Seiler   One theme CalWatchdog.com has covered is how solar power can cause problems to the state’s existing electricity grid. An investigation a year ago found: Republished with permission by Cal Watchdog.com An emerging problem with California’s new green power grid is the need to ramp up enough conventional power each day because of two […]

United Inland Empire Conservative Conference–2015

United Inland Empire Conservative Conference–2015

By Michael Greer Last year I wrote about what a remarkable job the UIECC did in–first, putting together their organization and then organizing their inaugural conference in a very short period of time with such notables as Dinesh de Sousa and Ann Coulter. This year they did an even more fabulous job. Not only did […]

Israel’s Last Stand and Ours

Israel’s Last Stand and Ours

By Phil Erwin On Tuesday, Israel’s Prime Minister, Benyamin (Binyamin) Netanyahu, will address a joint session of Congress. The White House has decried this as “unprecedented” and a “breach of protocol,” but this is not Netanyahu’s first such speech. So why did ObamaCrew go ballistic? Are they so full of themselves that they think nobody […]

Kick the Can Down the Road–Social Security

Kick the Can Down the Road–Social Security

by Logan McFadden The long term solvency of the Social Security funds has been kicked down the road by Congress for several years. Now, dosage the Social Security Disability Insurance Trust Fund is running low and will dry up in 2016. Some politicians suggest cannibalizing the Old Age Trust Fund should be the immediate response. […]

FCC Commissioner Demolishes Net’s New Rules, In 3 Quick Points

FCC Commissioner Demolishes Net’s New Rules, In 3 Quick Points

By Peter Fricke After casting a futile vote against the FCC’s plan to regulate the Internet as a public utility, and Republican Commissioner Ajit Pai delivered a blistering attack on the new rules. In his dissenting statement, for sale Pai advanced three main objections to the Commission’s “Open Internet Order:” (RELATED: The Top 10 Failures of […]

Oxnard Accountant explains the why and how of municipal debt

Oxnard Accountant explains the why and how of municipal debt

Column By Lawrence P. Stein Larry Stein, mind Accountant and former Oxnard Mayoral candidate, medications explains debt rationale, buy mechanics and some pitfalls of municipal finance,using examples from Oxnard, CA Introduction Most people understand the concept of debt- they have it. Government debt, in particular municipal debt, has some variations to consumer debt. Debt occurs when […]

A View Beyond

A View Beyond

By Brynne Betz If I could, tadalafil I would take your hand. Right now. Wherever you are. And I’d place it in mine. You wouldn’t shudder. You’d just smile. Because I’m an old friend. One you forgot you had. Someone who loves you. Just as you are. And then, I’d lead you away. Away from […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE—Leonard Nimoy

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE—Leonard Nimoy

By L.Neil Smith This week we lost one of our most familiar and welcomed figures of popular culture, Leonard Nimoy, who, for just short of fifty years had been bringing a unique character, the Vulcan half-alien Mr. Spock, to us. At 83, he died of COPD, although he stopped smoking thirty years ago. For the […]