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Raising kids with a code- reflections after Veterans’ Day

Raising kids with a code- reflections after Veterans’ Day

Viewpoint By Daniel Gelman “We use words like honor, buy code, prescription loyalty. We use these words as the backbone of a life spent defending something. You use them as a punch line.”  Those words were delivered authoritatively by an indignant U.S. Marine Colonel in the 1992 military courtroom drama A Few Good Men. They were […]

Obamacare seems to work in California–if you believe government press releases

Obamacare seems to work in California–if you believe government press releases

Viewpoint by Stephen Frank on 11/13/2013 The media is buying the scam that 59,000 Californians “signing up” for high priced and inferior health care plan.  This article is an example of press release journalism.  “While the national website for the Affordable Care Act has had well-publicized problems, California’s apparently is sailing right along with nary a glitch, its […]

Riddle me this

Riddle me this

Viewpoint By Jon Coupal Riddle me this: Why do government projects never seem to be completed efficiently, on budget and on time? Currently, national attention is focused on the failure of the ObamaCare website. Not since the launch of the Titanic has so much gone so wrong. After three and a half years and a […]

Happy Birthday U.S. Marine Corps

Happy Birthday U.S. Marine Corps

Editorial Cartoon     http://www.marines.mil/News/Messages/MessagesDisplay/tabid/13286/Article/153318/united-states-marine-corps-birthday-message-2013.aspx                          

Who really won?

Who really won?

Viewpoint- Guest Editorial By Dennis Brown As usual, the chattering class got it wrong.  The common wisdom is that the government shutdown was a disaster for the Tea Party. It damaged their brand. They surrendered. People hate them. Their influence in the Republican Party has deteriorated.  But look a little deeper.  After the second election […]

Urgent calls needed to Senator Barbara Boxer about UN Disabilities Treaty

Urgent calls needed to Senator Barbara Boxer about UN Disabilities Treaty

Press Release   Dear California HSLDA Members and Friends, Your U.S. Senator, Barbara Boxer, is a member of the U.S. Senate’s Foreign Relations Committee. The Committee will hold a hearing on whether the United States Senate should ratify the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) on Tuesday, November 5, at 2:30 […]

Dealing with Obamacare fines

Dealing with Obamacare fines

Viewpoint- Cartoon By Steve Bowers

Response to Letter in The VC Star

Response to Letter in The VC Star

Viewpoint By Debra Tash Sent 10-31-13 To Mike Craft, pilule Editor, buy Ventura County Star Subject: LETTER TO THE EDITOR – REPLY – Ray Holm letter to Editor – Please open As one of the principals at Citizens Journal, and now its Editor in-Chief, I feel as well-intentioned as Mr. Holm’s recent comments in The […]

It’s Saturday, must be a Townhall

It’s Saturday, must be a Townhall

Viewpoint By Michal Greer I feel like Paul Revere riding from Townhall to Townhall to warn the citizens of the ObamaCare invasion.  Saturday it was Rosemead and Assemblyman Ed Chau (CA-49 AD).  There were more than two hundred mostly Asian people there.  They had interpreters for five languages, English, Spanish, and three Asian languages.  Covered […]

Why ObamaCare is a fantastic success

Why ObamaCare is a fantastic success

Viewpoint By Wayne Allyn Root Published October 21, 2013 There are two major political parties in America. I’m a member of the naïve, stupid, and cowardly one. I’m a Republican. How stupid is the GOP? They still don’t get it.   I told them 5 years ago, 2 books ago, a national bestseller ago (“The […]