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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, […]

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 […]

Sacramento Bee: Kamala Harris Thinks Californians Are Dumb

Sacramento Bee: Kamala Harris Thinks Californians Are Dumb

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views The story is simple.  Kamala Harris, as the California Attorney General had a long time sexual harasser on staff in a top position.  She worked with him on a daily basis.  Now that person moved to D.C. and is a very top staffer to Harris as […]

Does the American Flag Offend You? Stanford Thinks It Might

Does the American Flag Offend You? Stanford Thinks It Might

    By Antigone Xenopoulos  TLDR: An administrator encouraged Sigma Chi to take down the American flag flown in front of its house in order to improve its image on campus. Let me explain. We all know the fate of Sigma Chi: it no longer exists. As is the experience of many Stanford Greek organizations past, […]

Commentary | In response to the shooting at the Borderline of Nov 7th 2018

Commentary | In response to the shooting at the Borderline of Nov 7th 2018

    By Bruce Boyer Pray for the victims and the families. Honor our heroes. Prepare so as to prevent other acts of evil. We have a situation with what appears to be a deeply troubled young man. His rage and anger drove him to commit an act of great evil. It is evil done […]

The Underbelly of our Judgedom | Judging the Judges

The Underbelly of our Judgedom | Judging the Judges

    By Sigrid Weidenweber I try, diligently, to be educated in, at least, the most vital political stratagems. Imagine my surprise when reading an article in Friday’s November 30, 2018 Wall Street Journal by Kimberly A. Strassel, I was nonplussed with surprise. Strassel in her Potomac Watch article writes that President Trump was confronted with […]

OPINION | California’s Jerry Brown Leaves a Legacy of Going Easy on Convicted Killers

OPINION | California’s Jerry Brown Leaves a Legacy of Going Easy on Convicted Killers

Lloyd Billingsley | Policy Fellow, Independent Institute   Jerry Brown served as California’s 34th governor from 1975-1983, and as its 39th governor from 2011 to the present, for a total of four terms. Brown is now 80, and he’s going out the same way he came in: with tolerance for violent criminals and indifference toward […]

Oxnard | Urgency Ordinance- Moratorium on Firearms Retailers (10-10-10)

Oxnard | Urgency Ordinance- Moratorium on Firearms Retailers (10-10-10)

    This resolution to ban new gun stores temporarily was passed unanimously at tonight’s Oxnard City Council meeting. We will write further on this shortly. This is a de facto new gun store ban, incrementally whittling away Second Amendment rights via a fraudulent narrative and administrative maneuvers/misuse of land-use restrictions. Law abiding people are […]

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