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California Ages—People Keep Homes Till They Die

California Ages—People Keep Homes Till They Die

    By Stephen Frank Prop. 13 makes it easy for the elderly to keep their homes.  Most elderly have paid off their homes, so the stable, predictable property taxes mandated under Prop. 13 makes it cheaper to keep the long time home rather than sell and rent or move into a residential home.  At […]

Time to publicly debunk science underlying UN climate plans

Time to publicly debunk science underlying UN climate plans

By Dr. Tim Ball and Tom Harris On June 1, President Donald Trump announced that the United States would withdraw from the United Nations Paris Agreement on climate change. He correctly identified it as a bad deal for America. In July 1997, the U.S. Senate reached a similar conclusion about the U.N. climate change policy-making […]

REAL climate science shows Trump was right to Exit Paris

REAL climate science shows Trump was right to Exit Paris

    MIT president’s letter repeats standard climate alarm claims. Here are the facts. By Istvan Marko, J. Scott Armstrong, William M. Briggs, Kesten Green, Hermann Harde, David R. Legates, Christopher Monckton of Brenchley, and Willie Soon In a recent letter to the MIT community, Massachusetts Institute of Technology President Rafael Reif criticized President Trump’s decision […]

Is America a Christian Nation or not?

Is America a Christian Nation or not?

. . By George Miller When we publish something that someone wrote about America being a Christian nation, we sometimes get both fan mail and criticism. The fans, of course, enthusiastically agree. The critics often claim that the USA is not a Christian nation, that the Declaration of Independence no longer applies, the Constitution doesn’t […]

The Supreme Court vs Kids

The Supreme Court vs Kids

    By Richard A. Nixon Recently the U.S.Supreme Court handed down a decision entitled, Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia v. Comer. In this case, the State of Missouri conducted a program as part of an effort to enhance playground safety in Missouri. Trinity applied for funds to change its playground surface from gravel to tire-rubber  Trinity was denied […]

Addressing the integrity of America’s election system

Addressing the integrity of America’s election system

By Paul Burich   Is the integrity of America’s election process a serious concern? Do we believe that the decisions that US citizens make in the ballot box are not being accurately expressed in our election results? It is interesting that for people on both the right and left the answer is “yes” — but […]

The most radical document of its day

The most radical document of its day

In Congress, July 4, 1776 The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the […]

Thousand Oaks Water Solution

Thousand Oaks Water Solution

    By Dr. Kevin McNamee PRO Thousand Oaks becomes more independent of imported water. Economically viable solution. $47 million dollars is kept in the five cities which Calleguas Water Treatment Plant supplies. Continuous revenue stream for infrastructure maintenance and improvements. Reduces water demand on Central California Farmers and Los Angeles. Stabilize consumer water and wastewater […]

Energy Secretary Right on Climate Change

Energy Secretary Right on Climate Change

    By Tom Harris Energy Secretary Rick Perry did a remarkable thing last week: he expressed skepticism about the causes of climate change in a TV interview and, even after widespread condemnation from environmentalists and the press, he did it again a few days later before a major Senate committee. After telling a CNBC host on […]

The Tale of Two Cities on Police Reform: Police Need to Change how they Search Vehicles

The Tale of Two Cities on Police Reform: Police Need to Change how they Search Vehicles

    Generally the time when most of us encounter the police is during a traffic stop, which can be one of the most stressful times for both the motorist and an officer in blue. In recent years, law enforcement has been under fire due to escalation during traffic stops and other public encounters. Many […]

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