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The Death of an American Political Prisoner

The Death of an American Political Prisoner

  . By Thomas L. Knapp Irwin Schiff spent much of his later life in prison. He died in prison on October 16, blind and suffering from lung cancer, having been denied “compassionate release” to die at home with his family. So, who was this Schiff fellow? A mass murderer? Perhaps a serial rapist? Well, […]

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Socialism for Democrats

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Socialism for Democrats

Come to Tuesday Oxnard City Council meeting re: 1st year 56% utility rate increases

Come to Tuesday Oxnard City Council meeting re: 1st year 56% utility rate increases

By Phil Molina  Mr.Aaron Starr, CPA and I spoke today about the Oxnard’s proposed 3 utilities rate increases. We agree that there are issues with those proposed rate increases that are significant so we oppose the rates increases.     We ask that you join us this Tuesday to voice your opposition to the rate increases Oxnard is […]

Gunning For Your Guns

Gunning For Your Guns

  . By Phil Erwin The bodies in Roseburg, Oregon weren’t even cold before Obama was on camera, berating the nation for allowing such violence to occur. The Law Professor, demonstrating just how ill-equipped he is to actually solve anything. Hillary jumped right onto his coattails, promising she’d fix things with an Executive Order, and […]

Democratic Debate: They promised a ‘bunch of free stuff’

Democratic Debate: They promised a ‘bunch of free stuff’

    Watching the Democratic Debate I saw a call for more free stuff. I saw a call for more amnesty, free college. More free Obama care coverage. The one thing I did not see was how we were going to pay for all this. We have $18 trillion in National Debt and counting with […]

Huge Oxnard utility bill increase possible- please protest

Huge Oxnard utility bill increase possible- please protest

By Aaron Starr   Utility bills could soon skyrocket in Oxnard. On October 13 the Oxnard City Council unanimously directed staff to move forward with a process designed to raise utility rates by nearly 65%, an increase of almost $800 per year for an average single-family home.  Ratepayers will be mailed an official notice of […]

Press corps at 10-10-13 Las Vegas Dem presidential debate

Press corps at 10-10-13 Las Vegas Dem presidential debate

By George Miller I was caught by surprise on Tuesday at the press room at Wynn’s Hotel in Vegas during the Democrat Presidential Debate. It seems that I was one of the very few media people who bothered to stand for the national anthem. Couldn’t resist snapping a couple of pics, since I might not […]

Socialism: National Review Should Talk

Socialism: National Review Should Talk

  . By Thomas L. Knapp Sometimes partisan reactions to political event prove more informational than the events themselves. The first Democratic presidential debate was a yawner. We learned little that we didn’t already know about the five participating candidates. But we learned something important from conservative columnist Jim Geraghty of National Review: “America Now […]

Five Years is Five Years Too Long: Free Julian Assange!

Five Years is Five Years Too Long: Free Julian Assange!

. . By Thomas L. Knapp The Associated Press reports that “British police have removed the officers standing watch over Julian Assange outside the Ecuadorean Embassy in London, but say they will still do their best to arrest the WikiLeaks founder who has been holed up there since June 2012.” Arrest? Really? Assange has already […]

Score One for Fiorina: A Clarion Call to Budgeting Sanity

Score One for Fiorina: A Clarion Call to Budgeting Sanity

. . By Thomas L. Knapp In every presidential election cycle, candidates find themselves called upon to present plans for balancing the federal budget. And, for the most part, their plans call for doing so — in the sweet bye and bye. Never next year, seldom even next decade. The plan is for the current […]