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Superman: Lost in Benghazi

Superman: Lost in Benghazi

By Phil Erwin In the wake of the marathon of obfuscation, side-stepping and shoulder-shrugging that was Hillary Clinton’s “testimony” before the House Special Committee investigating the debacle at Benghazi, the Lamestream Media scrambled all over themselves to help Democrats proclaim the event a “win” for Hillary (and a concomitant “loss” for Republicans.) One breast-thumping commentator […]

Oxnard GREAT water recycling program

Oxnard GREAT water recycling program

By Larry Stein 20 years ago, a few people in the city of Oxnard were concerned about the long term availability of local groundwater. Some people felt that if local wastewater could be cleaned, it could be recycled back into the local water system. Thus the GREAT (Ground water Recovery Enhancement And Treatment) Program was […]

Compare and Contrast: John Kennedy vs. Barack Obama on Passing the Buck

Compare and Contrast: John Kennedy vs. Barack Obama on Passing the Buck

By Elise Cooper, October 24, 2015   PT 109 by William Doyle highlights the combat incident that influenced John F. Kennedy for the rest of his life.  This book, written about fifty years after the bestselling book of the same name by Robert Donavan, charted Kennedy’s brush with death, his leadership skills, and how the experience […]

Benghazi attack meant to “take out” US control of arms shipments?

Benghazi attack meant to “take out” US control of arms shipments?

by LAWRENCE SELLIN, PHD October 25, 2015       A recently-released and heavily redacted copy of a Sept. 12, 2012, Defense Intelligence Agency memo to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta, the White House National Security Council and the Joint Chiefs of Staff said “the attack was planned 10 or […]

Location Data For First Responders

Location Data For First Responders

Understanding California’s Man-Made Water Crisis

Understanding California’s Man-Made Water Crisis

Understanding California’s water crisis requires an explanation of how government agencies and politicians failed to do their jobs and allowed environmental interests to send billions of gallons of needed water to the ocean. Because of this man-made water crisis California’s agricultural economy suffered billions of dollars in losses, thousands of people lost their jobs, foreign […]

Are Airports As Safe As We Hope?

Are Airports As Safe As We Hope?

Pension Reform Requires Mutual Empathy, not Enmity

Pension Reform Requires Mutual Empathy, not Enmity

By Ed Ring . Attending a high school reunion after more than a few decades ought to be a memorable experience for anyone. Hopefully the occasion is filled with warmth and remembrance, rekindled friendships, stories and laughs. But as our lives develop and we build our adult networks based on shared values and common professions, […]

Governor Brown’s Attack on Prop 218 Is a Threat to the Middle Class

Governor Brown’s Attack on Prop 218 Is a Threat to the Middle Class

‘Cost of Service’ Principles Protect Ratepayers By Jon Coupal Governor Brown has foolishly decided to poke a hornets’ nest with his signing of Assembly Bill 401. While AB 401 itself isn’t particularly controversial, as it merely authorizes a couple of state agencies to devise a plan by 2018 to assist low income individuals with paying […]

Who won the debate? — a week’s perspective

Who won the debate? — a week’s perspective

By George Miller “Who won the debate?” Almost everyone knows which debate I’m talking about, just as sports fans at work or school the next morning always know which game is being discussed when someone asks “what did you think about “the game?” The debate, of course, was the first Democrat presidential candidate debate, which took place […]