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One Citizen, One Vote

One Citizen, One Vote

  By Michael Greer Did anyone ask you if you wanted to close your neighborhood polling place, or have voting centers open three to ten days, or have same day registration, or not require voter ID, or have only mail-in ballots? I know no one asked me.  The Voter’s Choice Act was passed in 2016. […]

They’re Not Pretending Anymore – News With Views

They’re Not Pretending Anymore – News With Views

  By Lee Duigon “Your message couldn’t be sent because it includes content that other people on Facebook have reported as abusive.” Facebook censored me again this week, and that little quote above was all the explanation I received—which is, of course, no explanation. I received it literally within seconds of composing my blog post […]

The Libertarian Enterprise | Profiles in Cowardice

The Libertarian Enterprise | Profiles in Cowardice

  by L. Neil Smith, The Libertarian Enterprise If my seventy-three years on this poor, battered planet have taught me nothing else, it is that the rarest and most valuable human quality is courage, and that there are more kinds of courage than simply one. The kind of courage that we usually think of first […]

It’s Time to Whack Greenhouse Gas Endangerment Finding

It’s Time to Whack Greenhouse Gas Endangerment Finding

  Tom Harris and Dr. Jay Lehr On August 6, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce filed a motion with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit (Washington) that it be granted intervenor status concerning litigation launched by environmental groups against the Trump administration’s new Affordable Clean Energy (ACE) rule. The case in question, […]

A Tale of Two New York Big Mouths: Anthony Scaramucci and Me

A Tale of Two New York Big Mouths: Anthony Scaramucci and Me

  By Wayne Allyn Root I got my taste of the fraud, lies, slander and censorship of the mainstream media last week. There were literally thousands of media attacks on me for saying, “Donald Trump is the greatest president in history for the Jewish people and Israel.” Think about it. Wayne Allyn Root was the […]

Michael Drejka is a Political Prisoner

Michael Drejka is a Political Prisoner

  By Thomas L. Knapp Just over a year ago, Michael Drejka fatally shot Markeis McGlockton in a Clearwater, Florida convenience store parking lot. On August 23, a jury found Drejka guilty of manslaughter. Drejka should never have been charged with a crime. Pinellas County sheriff Bob Gualtieri initially, and correctly, concluded that Drejka’s actions […]

Curator of Port Hueneme Historical Museum to be Honored

Curator of Port Hueneme Historical Museum to be Honored

Curator Larry Downing is being honored for all his hard work in the community and his strong partnership with the Port of Hueneme by a “Friend of the Port” award to be presented at 5:30pm on Monday, September 9 at the Oxnard Harbor District Board Meeting. Although Larry was first appointed to the Port Hueneme […]

It’s Not Plastic v Paper that’s the Problem. It’s People

It’s Not Plastic v Paper that’s the Problem. It’s People

  By Raven West In the opening scenes of the movie “Independence Day”, Jeff Goldblum’s character was furiously taking soda cans out of the general trash and putting them in the recycle bin complaining to no one listening about how pollution was going to destroy our planet. All the while the aliens were on their […]

In Cybersecurity, Decentralization and Diversity are Strength

In Cybersecurity, Decentralization and Diversity are Strength

  by Thomas L. Knapp The US Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), the New York Times reports, fears “ransomware” attacks against America’s voter registration systems in the run-up to the 2020 presidential election. In response, it’s launching a program that “narrowly focuses” on protecting those systems. A laudable goal, to […]

Will the DNC Snatch Defeat from the Jaws of Victory Yet Again?

Will the DNC Snatch Defeat from the Jaws of Victory Yet Again?

  by Thomas L. Knapp President Donald Trump faces an exceedingly narrow path to re-election in 2020. In order to beat him, the Democratic nominee only needs to pick up 38 electoral votes. With more than 100 electoral votes in play in states that Trump won narrowly in 2016 — especially Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and […]