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Why the 2014 Election Matters

Election predictions are always dangerous, buy and I can only remember a couple of instances when I’ve made them. But here, I’m going to make two more. This election is about something, and this election will matter significantly. Two sides of the same coin, but both sides are important to understand. In the last several […]

Industrial-strength scare-propaganda: mind control

Industrial-strength scare-propaganda: mind control

              by Jon Rappoport From time to time, I reprint my interview with Dr. Barbara Starfield. Each time I try to write a new introduction. In this case, I’ll highlight the arbitrary nature of scare-propaganda. And by arbitrary, I mean “has a covert agenda.” For instance, suppose you learned […]

What if your company paid you to freeze your eggs?

What if your company paid you to freeze your eggs?

By Rachel Joy I recently heard a discussion on the radio that tech giants, Facebook and Apple are offering to pay female employees up to $20,000 to freeze their eggs. The discussion got me thinking about how women must choose between starting a family and their career. We, as women, really can’t have it all. […]

Bill Clinton comes to our town (Oxnard College)

Bill Clinton comes to our town (Oxnard College)

By George Miller   So, I guess the visit by Bill Clinton to speak at Oxnard College this morning trumps all other local news today.  He once again proved to us that he is the premier living American political speaker. We hear he gets up to $300,000 for a speech, but probably not for this […]

Could the High Speed Rail Ruling Imperil the Water Bond?

Could the High Speed Rail Ruling Imperil the Water Bond?

Proposition 1, the $7 billion water bond, has broad support from both Democrats and Republicans. Unlike the previous version of the bond – which had an $11 billion cost – the updated version has less pork and a few more promises for actual water storage. While HJTA opposed the previous version (and indeed we signed […]

Townhall 2014–Not everyone on the right agrees

Townhall 2014–Not everyone on the right agrees

      By Michael Greer My honorary daughter, Sue, gave me front-row center tickets to this year’s Townhall for my birthday. The speakers were Dennis Prager, Michael Medved, Ben Shapiro, Hugh Hewitt, and Katie Pavlich. We met them all at the VIP party before the event, and had pictures taken with our favorites! Elisha […]

Spun Yarns and Whole Cloth

Spun Yarns and Whole Cloth

    By Phil Erwin Recently President Obama observed that We the People might be worried  “…the world is spinning so fast and nobody is able to control it.” FOX co-host Greg Gutfled wryly suggested this might be because the world is spinning out of control – and the President himself is doing the spinning.  […]

Presidential Heckling

Presidential Heckling

Our man: Michael Mann

Our man: Michael Mann

      By Michael Greer Last night I went to the Hammer Museum to hear Michael Mann of the IPCC and Brenda Ekwurzel of the Union of Concerned Scientists speak about global warming. I call Michael Mann and his colleague Phil Jones the godfathers of global warming. Their computer models are the basis of […]

Political quips through the ages

Political quips through the ages

Compiled by Ray Holm If God wanted us to vote, he would have given us candidates. ~Jay Leno~ The problem with political jokes is they get elected. ~Henry Cate, VII~ We hang the petty thieves and appoint the great ones to public office ~Aesop~ What was promised to us in these State of the Union speeches, […]