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The Culture Wars Not Good For SoCal Biz

The Culture Wars Not Good For SoCal Biz

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views The Rams and Chargers came to Los Angeles, just in time to join the cultural wars, the New American Civil War.  While they may feel good about promoting hatred and bigotry, feel good about misrepresenting history and the current Rules of laws—the public, by not watching […]

Commentary: I Have Too Much Stuff

Commentary: I Have Too Much Stuff

    By Mel Mann         I have too much stuff, I feel kind of embarrassed even saying it. I sure put a lot of energy into accumulating the stuff I have. I would suspect that most people in America do as well. This could be some natural transition from starting out in […]

Democrats/Guv Brown Put TARGET on Back of California Based Illegal Aliens

Democrats/Guv Brown Put TARGET on Back of California Based Illegal Aliens

.   By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Even bad legislation sometimes has a silver lining.  When Democrats try to “protect” people, it usually backfires.  This can be seen clearly in the declaration of California as a “Sanctuary State”.  At first many conservatives were—and should be—upset.  This is nullification of Federal law, like the […]

Oxnard activist accountant challenges city management, auditor, CFO, on financial controls

Oxnard activist accountant challenges city management, auditor, CFO,  on financial controls

By Lawrence Paul Stein   Mr. Assistant City Manager Nava: .I am a degreed accountant with over 25 years of experience, but not a CPA. I am also a former candidate for Oxnard City Treasurer who lost the 2016 election by 400 votes (of over 40,000 votes cast) to a more qualified candidate. One of […]

Commentary: How to remember the Las Vegas massacre   

Commentary: How to remember the Las Vegas massacre   

    By Mel Mann                                                                                   I began my Monday morning the same as most, a […]

The link of mass shooters to psychotropic drugs

The link of mass shooters to psychotropic drugs

By George Miller   The strong linkage between mass shooters and psychotropic drugs has been underplayed. We are hearing from multiple sources that the Las Vegas shooter was on such a drug. These are anti-anxiety drugs which can greatly increase aggressive behavior in some cases. A long list of other mass shooters so medicated exists. […]

GOP Tax Plan: Hardly “Reform,” But Tax Cuts “Cost” Nothing

GOP Tax Plan: Hardly “Reform,” But Tax Cuts “Cost” Nothing

by Thomas L. Knapp . The Trump administration and congressional Republicans released their grandiosely titled “Unified Framework for Fixing Our Broken Tax Code” on September 27. The plan looks a lot more like a grab bag designed by lobbyists than like any kind of carefully considered plan for “tax reform.”   It’s full of smoke […]

Blacks vs. Police

Blacks vs. Police

By Walter Williams   Let’s throw out a few numbers so we can put in perspective the NFL players taking a knee during the playing of the national anthem. Many say they are protesting against police treatment of blacks and racial discrimination. We might ask just how much sense their protest makes. According to The […]

The Buzzards Drool Again

The Buzzards Drool Again

By L. Neil Smith Attribute to _L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise_ The all-too-public reaction on the part of liberal Democrats and  their vile collaborators in the “news” media, following the election and  inauguration of Donald J. Trump, proves beyond any possible doubt that,  for decades, this country has been in the hands of infantile, […]

Eber: Free Speech Dying at UC Berkley

Eber: Free Speech Dying at UC Berkley

  By Stephen Frank It cost the taxpayers $600,000 to allow Ben Shapiro to speak at Cal Berkeley.  For fifteen minutes on campus by Milo, you paid $800,000 to protect him.  Earlier in the year millions were spent on the riots caused by Progressives, Antifa and Black Lives Matter when they rioted, burned cars and building […]