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Rob McCoy:  ‘Consent gives rise to representation’

Rob McCoy:  ‘Consent gives rise to representation’

By Michael Hernandez (Editor’s Note:  The American Legacy Series continues with a lecture given by Councilman Rob McCoy every Wednesday from 7-8 p.m. at Godspeak Calvary Chapel, 2697 Lavery Court, Suite 14, Newbury Park.  All are welcomed to explore “the origins of our American Government, how it is relevant, and how it is shaping our […]

Fall Wanderings: The Year of the Aspen – A photographic journey through the season

Fall Wanderings: The Year of the Aspen – A photographic journey through the season

By Tom Baldwin In the chronicle of my fall wanderings this would have to be the year of the Aspen.  I still took many pictures of colorful grottos and leaves changing with the coming of fall.  However, for some reason I have been led to spend most of my time photographing Aspens this year.  Aspens […]

In the midst of tragedy, a country artist gives us a reason to smile

In the midst of tragedy, a country artist gives us a reason to smile

Ella Moore Screen Shot 2017-10-07 at 6.08.01 PM Some people say that animals can help ease emotional pain. That is something the country music world could use right about now. It was less than a wees ago, on Oct. 1, that the country community lost 58 people after a gunman opened fire on Route 91 […]

Survival 101: How to find effective cover in a mass shooting

Survival 101: How to find effective cover in a mass shooting

  By Mike Adams Editor’s note: something that might actually be of use to you if you are in a shooting situation. (Natural News) According to numerous media reports stemming from the Las Vegas mass shooting, concert-goers were blocked from fleeing and had little or no cover to protect them from the full-auto machine gun fire […]

McCoy: ‘The essence of freedom is the proper limitation of government’

McCoy: ‘The essence of freedom is the proper limitation of government’

    By Michael Hernandez   (Editor’s Note:  The American Legacy Series continues for five more weeks with a lecture given by Councilman Rob McCoy every Wednesday from 7-8 p.m. at Godspeak Calvary Chapel, 2697 Lavery Court, Suite 14, Newbury Park.  All are welcomed to explore “the origins of our American Government, how it is […]

Soldier Shields Woman From Exploding Car: ‘It’s going to have to go through me to get to you’

Soldier Shields Woman From Exploding Car: ‘It’s going to have to go through me to get to you’

While most people may not feel compelled to run towards a car engulfed in smoke, Staff Sergeant Cory Hinkle says that he “did not think twice”. Hinkle, who is an Iraq combat veteran, says that he was on his way home from the National Guard base in Charlotte, North Carolina when he witnessed a head-on […]

It Begins . . .

It Begins . . .

  By Eric Peters I expected it to happen, but not this quickly. California officials are, apparently, “mulling” a ban on cars with internal combustion engines, according to an article in the industry trade publication, Automotive News. If they more than mull and pass a ban, CA would be the first American state to do so – following the example […]

NASA and Russia to work on new Lunar Space Station

NASA and Russia to work on new Lunar Space Station

It’s time to move on to the next stage in mankind’s space exploration. Artistic depiction of the station. Credits: NASA. The Cold War will definitely remain one of the darker pages of mankind’s history, but it brought an unexpected upside: the Space Race. The rivalry between the USSR and the United States sent us to […]

How to fix the most common smartphone problems

How to fix the most common smartphone problems

Totally debugging. Phone problems? You might be able to fix them yourself. Adrien/Unsplash and Leovinus/Pixabay No one likes a faulty smartphone: When you keep more or less your whole life on a device, you need that gadget to keep functioning properly. Unfortunately, bugs, crashes, and other issues are inevitable, especially as your phone gets older. […]

California Is 2017’s 8th Financially Savviest State – WalletHub Study

California Is 2017’s 8th Financially Savviest State – WalletHub Study

With October being National Financial Planning Month and about two in five U.S. adults grading their knowledge of personal finance a “C” or worse, the personal-finance website WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2017’s Most & Least Financially Savvy States. In order to determine where Americans practice the best money habits, WalletHub’s analysts compared the […]