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Just Say No to the FCC’s Router Power Grab

Just Say No to the FCC’s Router Power Grab

    By Thomas L. Knapp The Federal Communications Commission is at it again. After its massive, illegal “net neutrality” power grab in February, you might think Washington’s chief ministry for the suppression of information freedom and restraint of digital trade would take a break to digest its prey. But no. Now they’ve set their […]

Hillary’s classified comments

Hillary’s classified comments

Donald Trump On the Issues

Donald Trump On the Issues

  . By Glenn E. Turner Political commentators have no right to complain that Trump has not laid out his positions on current events. On the contrary, in Trump’s 2011 book, Time To Get Tough: Making America #1 Again (Regnery), he explained what he would do if he were President, and his reasoning. Trump sums […]

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Europe Migration

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Europe Migration

    Bokbluster.com September 2, 2015 Editor’s note: Chip is a talented cartoonist as well as political commentator.  People like this don’t work for free, so would you help us with our Adopt-a-Reporter program?  If you like and would be willing to help support a writer, DONATE and send us an email referencing the donation, which will be earmarked for […]

Religious Liberty: Some Unsolicited Career Advice for Kim Davis

Religious Liberty: Some Unsolicited Career Advice for Kim Davis

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People as Packages, Tied Up With String: This is Chris Christie’s Favorite Thing

People as Packages, Tied Up With String: This is Chris Christie’s Favorite Thing

    By Thomas L. Knapp New Jersey governor Chris Christie deserves huge honesty points for his vision of a new 21st century America. Donald Trump’s paeans to Mussolini-style fascism reside in vague appeals to “national greatness” and his own “leadership.” Christie comes right out and shows us the dark policy specifics of his desire […]

Camarillo is the new Compton: Paying the Chamber to hear the mayor speak on the State of the City

Camarillo is the new Compton: Paying the Chamber to hear the mayor speak on the State of the City

    Editor’s Note: Resident Jeff McVicker emails an L.A. Times writer on Camarillo’s upcoming State of the City and having to pay for the privilege of hearing Mayor Little speak on the subject.  Couldn’t agree more.  It should be in an open forum where every resident can attend without cost. From Jeff McVicker: I […]

Climate issues we do need to address

Climate issues we do need to address

On Trump

On Trump

    By Steve Tash Like so many out there who divorce themselves from something that’s broken, who don’t want to deal, and you know, it’s just too nice outside anyways, I despise politics. Peripherally, one starts to see personalities take shape – since they’re all pretty much burying their authentic self’s, their spirit energy, […]