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The Lois Lerner emails – are they really lost?

The Lois Lerner emails – are they really lost?

    . By Jim O’Brien It would seem the news media, even FOX, is not getting the irrelevance of Lois Lerner’s hard drive.  Everybody keeps focusing on the fact that LL’s hard drive crashed and therefore all emails are lost.  Even Congressmen seem to be ignorant because they keep repeating the IRS talking points that a personal hard drive crash […]

A Modest Proposal

A Modest Proposal

  .     Editor’s note: We didn’t write this and lay no claim to its contents. Sometimes you just have to put your tongue in your cheek and go for it. For Preventing The Children of Poor People in Mexico and Central America From Being A burden to Their Parents or Country, and For […]

From the region: Nightmare in Iraq–Don’t say we didn’t warn you

From the region: Nightmare in Iraq–Don’t say we didn’t warn you

by Arie Egozi  

Just a reminder

Just a reminder

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Fathers’ Day 2014

Fathers’ Day 2014

                        Once a year, cialis we have a special holiday to honor fathers all over America. Everyone has a father, viagra sale whether he is still alive, prostate or around, or not. While people can grow up without one and even come out OK, […]

Politics and the Benefits of “Experience”

Politics and the Benefits of “Experience”

      Lately I’ve heard the popularization of the “I’m not a career politician” campaign slogan from local candidates and others around the country. I get the populist appeal of that marketing strategy, viagra 60mg and I think the concept has merit, but it’s not that simple. We’ve all heard that joke about one […]

What happened this Tuesday in California?

What happened this Tuesday in California?

By Stephen Frank Our primary election this Tuesday seems to be the result of what Charles Munger Jr. brought us when he pushed Proposition 14.  Prop 14 gave the people of California the “Top Two” open primary system instead of the traditional partisan primary.  We only had an 18% primary turnout in three legislative districts […]

Ventura County girl and others victim of man’s emotional meltdown

Ventura County girl and others victim of man’s emotional meltdown

By Daniel Gelman Reportedly Veronika Weiss, a 19 year old graduate of Westlake High School and student at U.C. Santa Barbara, was victimized this weekend by the irrational will of an emotionally disturbed young man. One of the many oddities of existence is the very real possibility that your life can end abruptly and violently […]

California legislature wants 47% corporate tax increase & cap on CEO pay

California legislature wants 47% corporate tax increase & cap on CEO pay

By George Miller Yeah, you read that right. The state that passed the largest tax increase in history not so long ago, now wants to increase the corporate tax rate by …. 47%. This would apply to the same corporations already running for the exits, or they may be trying to find them if they […]

Happy Cinco de Mayo!

Happy Cinco de Mayo!

Our greetings and salutations to all of our readers of Mexican ancestry, shop who appear to be in the thousands. We join you in celebrating this joyous day, El Día de la Batalla de Puebla (English: The Day of the Battle of Puebla), a commemoration of the victory of the Mexican army over the French army at the […]