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Have You Accepted Zoom As Your Lord and Savior?

Have You Accepted Zoom As Your Lord and Savior?

    Stephen Frank, California Political News and Views We are living in a new world.  No longer do we have meetings.  Instead we have conference calls.  But audio is not enough, we like to see the person or people on the call.  So, many of us use Skype, Facebook and other applications to talk […]

Shutdown Costs Reagan Library $150,000 a Week in Lost Revenue

Shutdown Costs Reagan Library $150,000 a Week in Lost Revenue

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views The rumor was flying around the L.A. area—the Reagan Library was going to close permanently.  Not true.  It is closed, now, like other libraries, museums and public facilities.  Like the others, no one knows for sure when it can re-open.  In the meantime, it is losing […]

Trust me, I’m not a hoarder

Trust me, I’m not a hoarder

    By Naomi Fisher  There’s a big misconception hovering: “Everyone is hoarding because they are afraid the stores will run out of supplies.” Nothing could be further from the truth. Yes, we are taking food and supplies allowed. We are taking what our homes can contain.  For the simple reason:  We are BEING good citizens. […]

‘An Invitation To Fuel A Disease’: Gordon Chang Explains Why China’s Wet Markets Are So Dangerous

‘An Invitation To Fuel A Disease’: Gordon Chang Explains Why China’s Wet Markets Are So Dangerous

STEPHANIE HAMILL VIDEO COLUMNIST   Asian affairs expert Gordon Chang exploded on China after learning that some of the so called “wet markets” are reopening across the country. The wet market in the Chinese city of Wuhan is believed to be ground zero of the coronavirus outbreak. China ordered that its wet markets be shut down […]

Another Open Letter to Nancy Pelosi

Another Open Letter to Nancy Pelosi

    By Naomi Fisher  It has come to my attention that you not only delayed the passing of the coronavirus relief bill by vetoing a Bi-Partisan bill just so you could put your OWN spin on it – but that you actually tried adding YOUR Pork Barrel list to it! Fortunately Congress did come […]

We Can’t All Quit | Today Draconian Rules and Isolation—Tomorrow What?

We Can’t All Quit | Today Draconian Rules and Isolation—Tomorrow What?

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Ever since I came to America, I have found Americans to be the kindest people on the planet. They co-operate, they give money to good causes and, they give freely of themselves. They have a can-do spirit and the freedom to operate in a manner allowing them to accomplish great […]

Judicial Inaction in the time of COVID-19

Judicial Inaction in the time of COVID-19

. . . By Eric Siddall The state judiciary’s imperviousness to the COVID-19 crisis is making things worse. The orders from both the California chief justice and the Los Angeles presiding judge lack clarity and action. They disregard all the science behind slowing down and defeating this pandemic.  Meanwhile, they are giving the public the […]

Flow of Food vs Panic Purchasing

Flow of Food vs Panic Purchasing

    By Thomas Adams In response to the recent run on grocery stores, please pay attention: Things WILL normalize. It will happen a lot faster if people pull back on the panic-purchase syndrome. I’m in the wine industry… came up through the ranks in restaurants and retail grocery for many years and currently make […]

The Wuhan Virus, Sovereignty, Some Updates and the Future

The Wuhan Virus, Sovereignty, Some Updates and the Future

    By Dr. Karen Siegemund We’re all drowning in all things related to the Wuhan Virus, and whatever our personal feelings are regarding whether or not the measures currently being taken are too much, too little, not the right ones, just the right ones (are we all Goldilocks now?) it’s interesting – albeit painful […]

Will the Coronavirus Revolutionize Education?

Will the Coronavirus Revolutionize Education?

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views This is a chance, during a crisis, to modernize our 19th century education system.  We already have an online community college system run by the State.  There are online charter schools.  We have the Kahn academy that is a better teacher, subject by subject then a […]

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