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America: What would the world be without her?

America: What would the world be without her?

  By Michael Greer My friend Clarence asked whether I had seen “America” and if I had, did I like it? This is what I told him. I cried through most of it. Listening to people who are supposed to be Americans trash their own country is hard to take. I’m overwhelmed by the knowledge […]

Our Rights being violated to celebrate Independence Day!

Our Rights being violated to celebrate Independence Day!

By Bruce Boyer   4th of July Alert! To help celebrate our Nation’s Declaration of Independence that we as Americans are a Free people with inalienable rights, the Oxnard Police Dept. in conjunction with other Ventura County Law Enforcement agencies will be hosting events in the City of Oxnard and Thousand Oaks to insure that […]

Hobby Lobby Decision–Viewpoint from a millennial

Hobby Lobby Decision–Viewpoint from a millennial

What can NRG do for our community?

What can NRG do for our community?

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Turning to the United Nations when your water bill is due

Turning to the United Nations when your water bill is due

    . By Logan McFadden Setting aside the drinking water emergency in Detroit, link Michigan, order the appeal by activists to the United Nations is evidence that U.S. citizens no longer trust in the U.S. public and private safety net we call welfare and charity. As background, the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department (“DWSD”) […]

Obama declared Congress obsolete

Obama declared Congress obsolete

    . By Tom Smith Today at NOON PST on a televised press conference, Obama declared Congress obsolete.  He doesn’t need Congress, he said, he will ACT ALONE. Moreover, he declared that he will not enforce the existing immigration laws.  He said that the laws were too confusing to be enforced.  Instead he offered […]

Congresswoman Brownley apparently has a bone to pick with freedom of religious conscience

Congresswoman Brownley apparently has a bone to pick with freedom of religious conscience

    . By Debra Tash Today, Congresswoman Julia Brownley  issued the following statement on the Supreme Court’s ruling in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby: I strongly disagree with the Supreme Court’s decision in the Hobby Lobby case. For-profit corporations are not people. The Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby ruling allows the owners of closely held for-profit […]

Sock It To The Rich Folks!

Sock It To The Rich Folks!

    . Hilary Clinton is on her campaign tour, which is disguised as a book tour.  One of the themes she’s committed to drilling deep into the American conscience is that she, like other Liberals, is looking out for the average American, protecting them against the greedy rich folks.  Sometimes, she blames Conservatives, but […]

Economic Suicide

Economic Suicide

  .   By L. Neil Smith THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE What now seems like a lifetime ago, back in the early 1970s, I asked a colleague (who knew about such things) a somewhat complicated question. Assuming that: (A) the average individual (in those days) is forced to give a third of what he earns to […]

The Hive Mind Loves the Train and the Supreme Court

The Hive Mind Loves the Train and the Supreme Court

  .   By David Stewart