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The Oak Tree in the Acorn

The Oak Tree in the Acorn

The office was warm but not hot. The color of the carpet didn’t matter nor did the color of the walls. But the lighting, order from a small lamp beside the couch, did. It was golden and kind, like the softness of an afternoon sun after a lazy summer day. One of the walls was […]

Genetic programming for the Brave New Utopia

Genetic programming for the Brave New Utopia

        By Jon Rappoport First, read these two quotes from highly regarded academic scientists, to catch the flavor of the genetic revolution. Be prepared for staggering pronouncements. From Lee Silver, Princeton, molecular biologist and author of Remaking Eden: “The GenRich-who account for ten percent of the American population-[will] all carry synthetic genes. […]

Are You Good Enough for Freedom?

Are You Good Enough for Freedom?

By L.Neil Smith L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE I saw a bumper sticker being advertised the other day, meant for the time when Barack Obama finally leaves office, that simply said “The End Of An Error”. Although I fully appreciate and heartily sympathize with the sentiment, I fundamentally disagree with it. One only needs […]

Obama Admin Strangles Military Pay While Demanding Minimum Wage Increases

Obama Admin Strangles Military Pay While Demanding Minimum Wage Increases

What California Homeowners Should Know About the State Budget

What California Homeowners Should Know About the State Budget

Let’s be honest. When politicians and pundits discuss the state budget, very little is about the impact on homeowners. Notwithstanding the fact that a person’s home is their most important asset, this lack of perspective is understandable. When people think about political issues impacting their status as homeowners, they are far more likely to focus […]

Ventura County Winery Association Presents Valentine N’ Wine 2015 a Five Day Wine Event

Ventura County Winery Association Presents Valentine N’ Wine 2015 a Five Day Wine Event

            Wine and romance just seem to pair perfectly together, and this February–it is time for a little of both! Valentine N’ Wine returns to Ventura County this Valentine’s Day Weekend with one HOT wine tasting passport that will take you on a romantic vino adventure to 11 different local […]

Je Suis Santa Barbara News Press: Hey, ho, the USA has to go?

Je Suis Santa Barbara News Press: Hey, ho, the USA has to go?

Santa Barbara is my hometown. I grew up in Santa Barbara, erectile graduated from Santa Barbara High School, was married there and my children were born there. So, when the local Santa Barbara News Press received national attention for being attacked and vandalized by pro-illegal immigration activists, for using the word “Illegals”, I drove up […]

A Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow?

A Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow?

By Phil Erwin Way back in the Dinosaur Age, 50-some years ago, the folks lending their collective genius to Walt Disney came up with a little ditty that perfectly described how the world viewed America, and Americans viewed their own future: There’s a Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow Shining at the end of every day! There’s […]

Crazy New Technology May Save Lives On The Battlefield

Crazy New Technology May Save Lives On The Battlefield

The Defense Department’s top researchers are working actively to put homing bullets, viagra 100mg previously the stuff of sci-fi, into the hands of the country’s soldiers, reports the Marine Corps Times. Republished with permission–The Daily Caller Foundation: http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/ The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has been working for years to create small-caliber bullets with the […]

Unaffordable California – It Doesn’t Have To Be This Way

Unaffordable California – It Doesn’t Have To Be This Way

Here’s a documented comparison of California taxes and economic climate with the rest of the states. The news is bad, and getting worse. But it doesn’t have to be this way! The state and local government policies that created an unaffordable California can be reversed. PERSONAL INCOME TAX:  Prior to Prop 30 passing in Nov. […]