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Coolness – from Dharma the Cat

Coolness – from Dharma the Cat

I grew up in an age when the word “cool” was just beginning to make its way into the language of pop culture. In the decades since then I have come to understand the meaning of the word in spiritual terms, from a Buddhist perspective. A person is `cool’ when he or she is free […]

The Hive Mind Loves Sidewalk Memorials

The Hive Mind Loves Sidewalk Memorials

      By David Stewart The Hive Mind loves sidewalk memorials.  It is a wonderful opportunity show how much the Hive Mind cares about all disadvantaged people and dead people certainly qualify as disadvantaged.  It is all so sad and you get to light candles.  Hive Minders don’t have to even know who is […]

Admit It; They Hate The Jews

Admit It; They Hate The Jews

    . The most disturbing news this week is not the civilian deaths in Gaza, ambulance but the west’s bigoted, misplaced, moral outrage.  In all quarters – European and domestic – the willingness to selectively and wrongly condemn Israel belies a resurgent Jew-hatred which has thankfully abandoned any pretense of being motivated by humanitarian […]

Pension Reform Suspended- Statement by VC Taxpayers Association on removal of Initiative from ballot

Pension Reform Suspended- Statement by VC Taxpayers Association on removal of Initiative from ballot

    Pension Reform Suspended   People have the right to petition their government.  It is a bedrock principle of our democracy and this flawed ruling silences the voice of tens of thousands of Ventura County residents who desired nothing more than the right to be heard. It is appalling to be stripped of this opportunity.  For the […]

Dharma the Cat – Philosphy with Fur

Dharma the Cat – Philosphy with Fur

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Bringing home the bacon west coast style

Bringing home the bacon west coast style

      By Debra Tash Maybe I’m just getting cynical or just waking up. Yesterday in her press release: “Congresswoman Julia Brownley (D-Westlake Village) announced more than $600,000 in grants from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for much-needed infrastructure projects at the Camarillo and Oxnard airports.” That’s so nice.  Except where was she when […]

A Choice for all Kids

A Choice for all Kids

    Nobel peace prize winning Milton Friedman had a passion for education. That’s why he was such a strong proponent of school choice. He knew that free-market forces more than anything else, would and could improve education. School choice doesn’t benefit the rich, it benefits the poor.  Larry Sand, president of California Teachers Empowerment […]

More Politicians Should Visit the Real World

More Politicians Should Visit the Real World

    By Jon Coupal For a week he walked the streets of Fresno, a homeless man looking for work. At night he slept on park benches, during the day he tried to ward off hunger, sometimes with the bananas a grocer sold him at five for a dollar. At the end of the week, […]

Happy Birthday, Mr. President–From both sides of the aisle

Happy Birthday, Mr. President–From both sides of the aisle

      It’s President Obama’s 53rd birthday. He may be golfing or getting an early start on his vacation or partying with his Hollywood friends.  His birthday happens to fall on an eventful week – 100th anniversary of the start of combat in World War I and later in the week the 40th anniversary […]

Ebola: covert op in a hypnotized world

Ebola: covert op in a hypnotized world

        .     By Jon  Rappoport You show people a germ and you tell them what it is and what it does, and people salute. They give in. They believe. They actually know nothing. But they believe. The massive campaign to make people believe the Ebola virus can attack at any […]