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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 […]

Maxine Waters can’t help herself

Maxine Waters can’t help herself

Viewpoint By Michael Greer Another day, another ObamaCare Townhall given by Maxine Waters. Last Saturday a group of us “racist Tea Partiers” went to Torrance to hear Representative. Waters tell us again how wonderful ObamaCare is, even in the face of its obvious failure.  Ms. Waters basically told us to move on, nothing to see […]

Another Questionable Solid Waste Choice for Oxnard Residents?

Another Questionable Solid Waste Choice for Oxnard Residents?

Viewpoint By David Grau   Supervisors Long and Foy,   Ventura County Taxpayers Association is concerned about developments between City of Oxnard and its solid waste contract.  Recently Oxnard proposed additional changes to Waste Management’s contract and asked Chiquita Canyon Landfill to show how it might offer a better deal.   The approved solid waste […]

Liberalism updated

Liberalism updated

By Jim Sullivan In an op-ed I wrote in September titled “How Liberals Perceive Economic Justice” I defined modern liberalism as a current manifestation of the philosophy, policies, and ideas espoused by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in the New Deal. This article is an attempt to briefly summarize typical contemporary liberal positions and contrast them […]

Obamacare and part-time work

Obamacare and part-time work

Viewpoint By Logan McFadden I just read a piece on part-time work, which I believe totally missed the impact of Obamacare on part-time work.  Daily I read stories about large employers cancelling health insurance outright or reducing hours from 40 to 30 hours per week to avoid the mandatory insurance rules under Obamacare.  The Affordable Care […]

The Betrayal of Taxpayers

The Betrayal of Taxpayers

Viewpoint By Jon Coupal . At the end of September, Assembly Bill 8 was signed by Governor Brown and became law. This is horrible news for taxpayers because California motorists will now be paying $2.3 billion in additional taxes and charges. Adding insult to injury, taxpayers will find their hard earned dollars being used to […]

“Shutdown” Kabuki Theater

“Shutdown” Kabuki Theater

Viewpoint By George Miller The just-completed faux government “shutdown” ritual and resolution was reminiscent of a stylized, salve traditional Japanese Kabuki Theater production. Looking beyond the “shutdown’s” end and passage of still another buck-passing continuing resolution to supposedly avoid a default, doctor the following is offered: There would be no default unless Obama wanted it that […]

YOO HOO, HARRY … and some unflattering observations about RINOs in the Senate

YOO HOO, HARRY … and some unflattering observations about RINOs in the Senate

Viewpoint By Steven Bowers . The Senate RINOs (Republicans in Name Only) slavishly voted as Harry Reid ordered them to vote. They are an obedient bunch. And they know who their master is. The problem is, while they are faithful drudges to Dusty Harry, they cannot recognize their true masters. The rest of us. They […]

Activist: CA SB54 a Big Mistake, also thanks bill opponents

Activist: CA SB54 a Big Mistake, also thanks bill opponents

Viewpoint Eric Eisenhammer  Editor’s note: This was an email sent to the Energy Users Coalition email list.  Mr. Eisenhammer laments bill’s passage, requests a Governor Brown veto and cautions about major cost increases, mandatory union workers and danger of under-skilled employees that would allegedly occur under this new statute.   Thank you to everyone who signed […]