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Obamacare and part-time work

Obamacare and part-time work

Viewpoint By Logan McFadden I just read a piece on part-time work, which I believe totally missed the impact of Obamacare on part-time work.  Daily I read stories about large employers cancelling health insurance outright or reducing hours from 40 to 30 hours per week to avoid the mandatory insurance rules under Obamacare.  The Affordable Care […]

The Betrayal of Taxpayers

The Betrayal of Taxpayers

Viewpoint By Jon Coupal . At the end of September, Assembly Bill 8 was signed by Governor Brown and became law. This is horrible news for taxpayers because California motorists will now be paying $2.3 billion in additional taxes and charges. Adding insult to injury, taxpayers will find their hard earned dollars being used to […]

“Shutdown” Kabuki Theater

“Shutdown” Kabuki Theater

Viewpoint By George Miller The just-completed faux government “shutdown” ritual and resolution was reminiscent of a stylized, salve traditional Japanese Kabuki Theater production. Looking beyond the “shutdown’s” end and passage of still another buck-passing continuing resolution to supposedly avoid a default, doctor the following is offered: There would be no default unless Obama wanted it that […]

YOO HOO, HARRY … and some unflattering observations about RINOs in the Senate

YOO HOO, HARRY … and some unflattering observations about RINOs in the Senate

Viewpoint By Steven Bowers . The Senate RINOs (Republicans in Name Only) slavishly voted as Harry Reid ordered them to vote. They are an obedient bunch. And they know who their master is. The problem is, while they are faithful drudges to Dusty Harry, they cannot recognize their true masters. The rest of us. They […]

Obamacare: Illegitimate Law of the Land

Obamacare: Illegitimate Law of the Land

Viewpoint By Michael Greer Liberal talking heads keep chanting the mantra that ObamaCare is the “law of the land,” passed by the two houses of Congress and upheld by the Supreme Court.  They tell us we need to stop fighting and just accept it.  Let’s take a look at how legitimately this “law of the […]

Government “Shutdown?”

Government “Shutdown?”

Viewpoint By George Miller Are the Republicans trying to “shut down” the government? “Shutdown” is the highly misleading term bandied about by demagogues who wish to ram through spending in the form of a “Continuing Resolution” (CR) and blame opposition who were legitimately resisting a relatively small portion of  it. A CR is an omnibus […]

Republican mean-spirited, racist bill guts food stamp program, “taking the food out of mouths of our children, the poor …”

Republican mean-spirited, racist bill guts food stamp program, “taking the food out of mouths of our children, the poor …”

Viewpoint By George Miller … That’s the impression that one might easily form when reading a  recent press release from our Congresswoman, Julia Brownley (CA CD-26): The program discussed: “would slash nearly $40 billion from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), a program that primarily helps feed children, seniors, the disabled, and our veterans. “ […]

Congresswoman Maxine Waters’ Townhall 9/14/13

Congresswoman Maxine Waters’ Townhall 9/14/13

Viewpoint By Michael Greer Saturday, September 14, 2013 Congresswoman Waters had two Townhalls.  I went to the one in Gardena, California.  Her subject was the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare). I thought it was obvious from the start that she had never read the bill.  She spoke in general terms and talked about the “lies” being […]

Ventura Overpass Obama Protest

Ventura Overpass Obama Protest

9-8-13   CitizensJournal covered this 9-7-13 event sponsored by Ventura County Tea Party organizations. It took place on a pedestrian overpass from Ash St. to the Ventura Pier. Participants object to what they say are dozens of impeachable offenses committed by Barack Obama, such as threatened illegal attack on Syria, illegal war on Libya, handling of Benghazi […]

Pros and Cons of Constitutional Conventions

Pros and Cons of Constitutional Conventions

Viewpoint By Bob & Christina Powers Mounting frustrations with the size and scope of the United States federal government have ebbed and flowed over the years with calls for a Constitutional Convention, touted as the solution for controlling an leviathan government.  Mark Levin’s current book, The Liberty Amendments: Restoring the American Republic, promises a “quick […]