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Public Health Officer Issues New Stay Well At Home Order | Additional Services and businesses to reopen – Strict limit on gatherings

Public Health Officer Issues New Stay Well At Home Order | Additional Services and businesses to reopen – Strict limit on gatherings

Ventura, CA – Ventura County Public Health Officer Doctor Robert Levin has enhanced the Stay Well At Home Order to save lives and stop the spread of COVID-19 in the County of Ventura. The Order supplements the Health Officer’s Orders dated March 17, 20 and 31, 2020. All prior Orders issued by the Health Officer […]

The Time We Notice We’re Hungry, It May Be Too Late

The Time We Notice We’re Hungry, It May Be Too Late

  By Thomas L. Knapp “[A]s the top U.S. watermelon-producing state prepares for harvest, Reuters reports, “many of the workers needed to collect the crop are stuck in Mexico …. Without the workers crops could rot in fields throughout the country,” starting in Florida and California where major harvests begin in April and May. As […]

Let’s Get Our Country Back NOW! Here’s How…

Let’s Get Our Country Back NOW!   Here’s How…

by Phil Erwin We’ll be hearing much in the coming weeks about what the country must do to get back to “normal.” That word itself – “normal” – will be debated ad nauseum, as the healthcare professionals warn of second and third waves of Coronavirus infections, even as we’re just now cresting a first wave. […]

Political Math: Biden + Sanders – Sanders = Trump 2020

Political Math: Biden + Sanders – Sanders = Trump 2020

    by Raven West And then there was one. Back in 2019, there were 20, count ‘em, 20 Democratic candidates for President. There were so many the initial candidate debates in June and July had to be divided into two teams of ten.  By September, the field had been cut in half, with only […]

Fight the virus, not carbon

Fight the virus, not carbon

    By Paul Driessen and David Wojick Often obsessive focus on climate wastes scarce money and distracts from real health crisis The many trillions of dollars proposed to be spent under dubious “green new deals” should be spent instead (effectively and within reason) on health care, especially virus prevention, protection and cures. This is […]

COVID-19: What Would Rosie The Riveter Do?

COVID-19: What Would Rosie The Riveter Do?

  Thomas L. Knapp Half the readers I hear from accuse me of Trump Derangement Syndrome. The other half accuse me of rabid Trump fandom. In truth, I think of US President Donald J. Trump in exactly the same way I think of most other politicians: He’s usually wrong and often dangerous. But when he’s […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Nasty Pelosi, the Sneaker of the House

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise |  Nasty Pelosi, the Sneaker of the House

  By L. Neil Smith, The Libertarian Enterprise I have been struggling all week to write an article about Nasty Pelosi, the Sneaker of the House, a sanctimonious old harridan presently wallowing in her _seventeenth_ term, and call it “The Face of Evil”. As I know you are too well aware, this is a thoroughly […]

Neither Pandemic Nor Panic Supersede the First Amendment

Neither Pandemic Nor Panic Supersede the First Amendment

  By Thomas L. Knapp Rodney Howard-Browne, pastor of The River church in Tampa, Florida, strongly believes that God wants his church to continue holding live services for hundreds of parishioners even in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. Hillsborough County sheriff Chad Chronister and state attorney Andrew Warren strongly believe that they’re entitled to […]

COVID–19 An Optimistic “Bird’s Eye” View

COVID–19 An Optimistic “Bird’s Eye” View

      by Raven West Does anybody know what time it is? Does anybody really care? One of the very first casualties of the COVID–19 was my calendar and my watch. Before social distancing, I had a set schedule that I followed from the time I woke up till the time I went to […]

God Is Measuring Mankind.

God Is Measuring Mankind.

  By Raynard Jackson, Thy Blackman.com (ThyBlackMan.com) Over the past two weeks I have received several phone calls and emails asking me why I had not written a column regarding the coronavirus. The answer is very simple. I just was not moved to write about it. Those who have followed my columns over the years […]

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