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An attack on Syria now will be a war crime

An attack on Syria now will be a war crime

Viewpoint By Thomas Scott Nelson September 6, 2013 . An attack on Syria now will be a war crime. It will be a war crime for all involved. It will be a war crime for those that encourage and propagandize, enable and order, and for those that carry out those orders. It will be a war […]

Stopping Local Governments from Electioneering

Stopping Local Governments from Electioneering

By John Coupal In the weeks before the 1996 election, we noticed in the official Secretary of State campaign finance reports that the League had contributed $50,000 to oppose Prop 218. This was odd as government entities are strictly prohibited from using public resources for political advocacy and the League receives most of its revenue […]

A message from Next News Network, our TV news partner

A message from Next News Network, our TV news partner

Viewpoint Recently, NextNews Network, our partner in delivering your news from an unbiased and clear perspective, sent out a message explaining how they started and why.  They share many of the values that we do, giving our readership honest reporting without agenda (editorials are another story). From Gary Franchi, Executive Producer, Next News Network:  “It’s been […]

50th anniversary of MLK “I Have a Dream” speech

50th anniversary of MLK “I Have a Dream” speech

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Viewpoint: Do Schools Teach Our Children to Think?

Viewpoint: Do Schools Teach Our Children to Think?

By Resa Steindel Brown An unexamined paradigm, mind or belief embedded in our culture, pilule is that school teaches us to think. But does it really? We assume that when we see our children buried in an overwhelming avalanche of textbooks, medical study notes, homework, and tests, some thinking is going on. We watch as our […]

Viewpoint: Gender-neutral facilities mandated in California schools

Viewpoint: Gender-neutral facilities mandated in California schools

By Debra Tash Randy Thomasson, from SaveCalifornia.com, called the new law signed by Governor Brown allowing cross gender use of school bathrooms, “insanity.”  We would call it a lawyer’s dream come true.  The State of California in its rush to be politically correct and gender neutral just invited every school district across the state to […]

Protect the environment with creativity, not taxes

Protect the environment with creativity, not taxes

Viewpoint By Eric Eisenhammer Most Californians want to do their part for the environment, but many cannot afford to pay higher taxes.  Unfortunately, a misguided proposal now making its way through the Legislature would override consumer choice in energy and housing while opening the door to new taxes and eminent domain abuse. This bill, Senate Bill […]

Viewpoint: Good news!!! Juvenile Crime is at a 40 year low in California.

Viewpoint:  Good news!!! Juvenile Crime is at a 40 year low in California.

By Stephen Frank Good news!  Juvenile Crime is at a 40 year low in California.  The rate of juveniles locked up is down by 90 percent in 17 years.  What the public needs to know is whether youth are arrested anymore or just taken to alternative service and community service—without an arrest or conviction. We […]

Viewpoint: July 4th – An American Seder

Viewpoint:  July 4th – An American Seder

By Linda Johnston Our national birthday, July 4th, is a benchmark to commemorate the founding of the United States of America as a free and separate country through the Declaration of Independence. As with some holidays and national events, much of the true meaning has been lost among the vacation atmosphere of a work-free day, […]

Viewpoint: Fourth of July 2013

Viewpoint:  Fourth of July 2013

By George Miller July 4, diagnosis 2013 It’s been a major national holiday, story for centuries now. But, site what is its significance? It’s not just about fireworks (Bombs Bursting in Air), barbecue and vacations. It’s really to celebrate- but also contemplate- our Founders’ courage and resolve in determining that their living situation had grown intolerable and […]