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Fish vs. Farmer: Who gets the water?

Fish vs. Farmer: Who gets the water?

The result of California’s water crisis is 800,000 acres of farmland being dried up and unusable. This crisis is not due to a lack of water supply, but rather government regulations and mismanagement of the state’s water. The Endangered Species Act has become a tool of radical environmentalism allowing fish in the Delta to have […]

Agree With Me Or Die

Agree With Me Or Die

By Gregory J. Welborn   Admittedly, this title is an exaggeration, but only in order of magnitude not in principle.  Last week’s sacking of Mozilla CEO, Brendan Eich, should demonstrate without any possible confusion to all Americans – the danger facing this country from the Left. The scurrilous libel, accepted as common wisdom, is that conservatives […]

High Speed Rail and Climate Change Nonsense

High Speed Rail and Climate Change Nonsense

By Jon Coupal Liberals and good government advocates (“googoos”) frequently decry citizens’ mistrust in government, especially in California. Over the last decade and a half, numerous surveys have confirmed that voters distrust government on several levels including waste, corruption and lack of responsiveness to legitimate public needs. The recent criminal exploits – both actual and […]

Time, Mired in Slime, Smears Conservatives

Time, Mired in Slime, Smears Conservatives

By Brian Kearsey Just before the Obama/McCain Presidential race, TIME published a piece on America’s Worst Vice Presidents. While the fact that the only three modern picks all happen to be republican may be coincidence, the ugly tone of the blurbs seems to indicate a bias against conservatives. Not content with the gutter, Time fished […]

Conservatives Should Not Give up on California

Conservatives Should Not Give up on California

For far too long, order conservatives around the country have viewed California as a lost cause. A front in the war against big government that just isn’t worth fighting. Content with surrendering the Golden State to Nancy Pelosi, Hollywood liberals and their liberal enclave. There is no denying that they have taken over our state, […]

Your Vote, Your Power, Your Future

Your Vote, Your Power, Your Future

The clock is ticking: 8 weeks until Election Day June 3. Millions of Californians believe our state and country are moving seriously in the wrong direction. Howard Jarvis used to say if we are being badly served by politicians it is our fault. We voted them in and we can vote them out, he would […]

His Goal is Gaol

His Goal is Gaol

By L. Neil Smith I have before me on my poor, long-suffering desktop an article by some bottom-feeder calling himself “Adam Weinstein” in some cyber-publication calling itself _Gawker_, that is remarkable for number of reasons. For example, in not quite four lines of his first paragraph, he manages to tell three outright lies, make a […]

Why They Can’t Get Jobs

Why They Can’t Get Jobs

Gregory J. Welborn This has been a week rich with events worthy of commentary.  Many of them are sad beyond comprehension and as of this writing just too close to warrant political commentary.  I refer, of course, to the second attack on Fort Hood, so let me simply offer my prayers for recovery for those […]

The Source of Jacqui Irwin’s Funding

The Source of Jacqui Irwin’s Funding

By Thomas Adams As a resident of Thousand Oaks, I have deep concerns regarding Jacqui Irwin running for State Assembly. Jacqui herself is actually a very nice person, but her misled “Obama-nomic” policies are simply more of the same of what has put California in a tailspin. She voted for Obama twice, subsequently supporting all […]

A hearty farewell to Piers Morgan

A hearty farewell to Piers Morgan

By L. Neil Smith I begin by confessing that I hadn’t heard of you until recently. I haven’t watched CNN for at least twenty years because I don’t want my  brain to shrivel down to the size of a walnut, and I don’t follow TV “celebrities”. I became aware of you when folks began e-mailing […]