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Protectionist Presidents are the Parents of Our Country’s Trusts

Protectionist Presidents are the Parents of Our Country’s Trusts

    by Joel Schlosberg Roger Simmermaker takes the The Wall Street Journal’s editors to task for warning that Donald Trump will “lose” a “war with the laws of economics” if he wages a trade war with China (“Washington and Lincoln Were Also Tariff Men,” December 13). Simmermaker admits that Trump’s tariffs will reduce the […]

Commentary | Powell: New Facts Indicate Mueller Destroyed Evidence, Obstructed Justice

Commentary | Powell: New Facts Indicate Mueller Destroyed Evidence, Obstructed Justice

Sidney Powell | Former Federal Prosecutor   The Supreme Court held long ago in Brady v. Maryland that the Constitution requires the prosecution, which holds all the cards in a criminal case, to give the defense all evidence favorable to the defendant, whether it impeaches a witness, mitigates punishment or shows his innocence. Indeed, the burden is on […]

Is This the End of the German/Russian Love Affair?

Is This the End of the German/Russian Love Affair?

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Not long ago, I wrote an article entitled “The Russian Pipeline and its Greatest Proponent,” concerning itself with the incestuous dealings of the German government and Putin’s Russia. You might remember from that article that the greatest proponent of this pipeline, designed to transfer liquid gas from Russia to Germany and […]

The Case For Making The GOP A Working-Class Party

The Case For Making The GOP A Working-Class Party

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views What does the Republican Party stand for?  Quality education, by giving parents choice in the venue used to educate their children.  We believe in public safety—both domestically and internationally.  Finally, we believe in limited government to give us freedom and lower taxes—to give us economic freedom.  […]

OPINION: Google and China Have Similar Ideas About Censorship and Privacy

OPINION: Google and China Have Similar Ideas About Censorship and Privacy

M. A. Taylor | Film Director, ‘The Creepy Line’ Opponents of Google’s Project Dragonfly — a censored Chinese search engine — and internet censorship, in general, should have found little relief in Sundar Pichai, the company’s CEO, testimony before Congress. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy asked Mr. Pichai, regarding Project Dragonfly: Right this very second, […]

Regarding ‘Politically Correct’, ‘Citizens United’ and other freedom suppression movements

Regarding ‘Politically Correct’, ‘Citizens United’ and other freedom suppression movements

By Naomi Fisher I am frightened at the volume of attacks on our Freedom. One of the great things about our Country has been our Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Thought, Freedom to Read whatever we choose, and Freedom to be Friends with whomever! Let’s start with Books: Are you aware that “To Kill A […]

Oxnard Police Comment on Gang Injunction Changes

Oxnard Police Comment on Gang Injunction Changes

By Eric Sonstegard, Oxnard Assistant Police Chief (Editor’s note: Armando Vazquesz regularly publishes here and has been doing a series on the Oxnard gang injunction, which he opposes. We asked OPD to comment on his last article, linked below.) You asked “Is this accurate?” and there isn’t a simple answer to that question. We have spent […]

OPINION: Has Kavanaugh Betrayed Conservatives?

OPINION: Has Kavanaugh Betrayed Conservatives?

Pete Hutchison | President, Landmark Legal Foundation We have our first real indication where Justice Brett Kavanaugh is going to align himself on the U.S. Supreme Court. It is not encouraging for conservatives. On Monday, the Court refused to hear a challenge to decisions by the Fifth and Tenth Circuit Courts of Appeals allowing Medicaid […]

Commentary | Dynamic Women’s Organization in California

Commentary | Dynamic Women’s Organization in California

    By Twila Le Page-Hughes If you really want to fellowship with a unique organization of possible like-minded patriotic women then you are in for a treat. Many are retired but there are ladies of all ages.  Some chapter have meetings on a Saturday or evening so that women who work can attend.  Men […]

OPINION | Gas Prices Reach New 2018 Low, But Some States Won’t Reap the Benefits

OPINION | Gas Prices Reach New 2018 Low, But Some States Won’t Reap the Benefits

Craig Stevens | Former Advisor to Energy Secretary Bodman Motorists across the country are seeing something of an early holiday present each time they stop to fill up. This week, national gasoline prices fell to a new low for the year, $2.46 on average, which puts costs two-cents lower than a year earlier. It’s the first time […]

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