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No Deal Is Better Than A Bad Deal

No Deal Is Better Than A Bad Deal

by Gregory J. Welborn President Obama was so disdainful of Benjamin Netanyahu that he publicly commented he hadn’t even bothered to watch the Prime Minister’s address to Congress, viagra 40mg and then obfuscated about its text not offering any “viable alternative”. From that statement alone, medicine we can deduce that the President really didn’t even […]

An Open Letter to Representative Steve Knight on Illegal Executive Amnesty

An Open Letter to Representative Steve Knight on Illegal Executive Amnesty

By Tony Dolz Congressman Steve Knight has broken his pledge, prior to the election, to oppose amnesty for illegal aliens. Just three months since his campaign promise to residents of the 25th Congressional District, Congressman Knight voted to fund the Obama executive amnesty for over five million illegal aliens. This is the Obama executive amnesty […]

ANDREW NAPOLITANO: Obama ignores constitutional limits of presidential power

ANDREW NAPOLITANO: Obama ignores constitutional limits of presidential power

By Andrew Napolitano Can the president rewrite federal laws? Can he alter their meaning? Can he change their effect? These are legitimate questions in an era in which we have an unpopular progressive Democratic president who has boasted that he can govern without Congress by using his phone and his pen, link and a mostly […]

Whether Politicians Like It or Not Gasoline Is California’s Life Blood

Whether Politicians Like It or Not Gasoline Is California’s Life Blood

By Jon Coupal The Field Poll reports that for the first time in seven years more California voters believe the state is moving in the right direction (50%) than feel it is on the wrong track (41%). Those living in coastal California are much more likely to have a positive outlook on our state’s future […]

Oxnard: The Arts City of Ventura County

Oxnard: The Arts City of Ventura County

By Armando Vazquez The City of Oxnard’s Art in Public Places (AIPP) Awards Committee has just reviewed some 50 proposals from local artists and art organizations and they will soon award about $150,000 dollars in AIPP funds. The city of Oxnard’s Arts in Public Places concept has been around for over 28 years, and  for […]

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Net Neutrality

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Net Neutrality

Chip Bok, viagra 60mg Bokbluster.com March 1, cialis 2015   The FCC took over the internet with a 3-2 ruling. President Obama had pressured the independent agency to embrace “Net Neutrality“. The FCC will rule the world wide web as a 1930’s era public utility. Editor’s note: Chip is a talented cartoonist as well as political commentator. […]

Apocalypse Now

Apocalypse Now

by Gregory J. Welborn I just finished a great history of WWII and happened to watch a cable rerun of The Monuments Men. Key points in both led me to the sobering conclusion that the apocalypse is not something that is only supposed to happen in some other generation’s future, sales but instead is more […]

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Root causes of terrorism

Cartoonist Chip Bok:  Root causes of terrorism

Chip Bok, order Bokbluster.com February 26, ask 2015   Marie Harf at the State Department said her concerns for the “root causes” of terrorism are too nuanced for the folks to understand. Since then ISIS has kidnapped 150 Christians and threatened to conquer Rome and the Mall of America.   Editor’s note: Chip is a talented cartoonist as […]

State Official Demands CEO of Private Firm Justify Salary

State Official Demands CEO of Private Firm Justify Salary

By Stephen Frank State Controller Betty T. Yee today called on Southern California Edison and Edison International to justify executive pay at the utility in light of the costly failure and decommissioning of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station. Since when does a private company have to justify salaries, adiposity of any employee to a […]

People Believe That Government Wastes Money Because It Does

People Believe That Government Wastes Money Because It Does

By Jon Coupal According to a 2014 Gallup poll, see Americans believe that their state government wastes 42 cents of every tax dollar. However, here in California, the political elite dismiss citizens’ widespread concerns about waste and, instead, complain that the taxes they collect from beleaguered taxpayers are not enough. This complaint is hard to […]