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Hobby Lobby Founder-May Close ALL Stores

Hobby Lobby Founder-May Close ALL Stores

Viewpoint By David Green, the founder and CEO of Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. . The wisdom that comes from above is first, pure, then peaceable, gentle, open to reason, full of mercy and good fruit, without uncertainty or insincerity. James 3:17   When my family and I started our company 40 years ago, we were […]

Let’s stop the SB-1 nightmare “Sustainable Communities” bill

Let’s stop the SB-1 nightmare “Sustainable Communities” bill

By Debra Tash If there’s a bad idea that comes out of our California legislature better than even money, Senate President Pro Tem Darrell Steinberg has authored it.  Sustainable Communities Investment Authority, Senate Bill 1: “Sustainable Communities Investment Authority” It was co-authored by Steinberg and Senator Mark DeSaulnier.  Just when you thought Governor Brown buried […]

2016 Choices?

2016 Choices?

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I’d Rather Be Golfing

I’d Rather Be Golfing

Viewpoint By Michael Greer It is abundantly clear this president would rather be golfing than doing the work of the Presidency. Never in the history of this country have we had a more incompetent or disengaged president. How many times does he have to tell you he had no idea , he didn’t know, he only heard about […]

Changing of the guard at the Federal Reserve

Changing of the guard at the Federal Reserve

Viewpoint By George Miller Hearings for Janet Yellen’s nomination to replace current Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke are underway.  National attention has instead been focused on the spectacular failures of Obamacare, along with its websites and sign-up systems, so Yellen’s confirmation hearings, which have profound importance,  have occurred in relative obscurity and approval is almost […]

Shopping for health insurance … is hard

Shopping for health insurance  … is hard

Editorial Cartoon By Steve Bowers ______________________________ Steve Bowers was a farm boy. He went to college. He studied Art. Then he worked in construction. Then he went to Law School. Then he worked for various sissy law firms, remedy which he did not like much.  He is a big guy and never liked kicking smaller […]

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