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Cosmic Wonders – Stellar Sparklers

Cosmic Wonders – Stellar Sparklers

While fireworks only last a short time here on Earth, case a bundle of cosmic sparklers in a nearby cluster of stars will be going off for a very long time. NGC 1333 is a star cluster populated with many young stars that are less than 2 million years old, a blink of an eye […]

NASA’s Juno Peers Inside a Giant

NASA’s Juno Peers Inside a Giant

NASA’s Juno spacecraft will make its long anticipated arrival at Jupiter on July 4. Coming face-to-face with the gas giant, Juno will begin to unravel some of the greatest mysteries surrounding our solar system’s largest planet, including the origin of its massive magnetosphere. Magnetospheres are the result of a collision between a planet’s intrinsic magnetic […]

Whole Woman’s Health: Justice Thomas Exposes the Court’s Corrupt Abortion Jurisprudence

Whole Woman’s Health: Justice Thomas Exposes the Court’s Corrupt Abortion Jurisprudence

This morning, The American Thinker published our article entitled “Whole Woman’s Health: Justice Thomas Exposes the Court’s Corrupt Abortion Jurisprudence.” By a vote of 5 (Breyer, Kennedy, Ginsburg, Sotomayor, and Kagan) to 3 (Thomas, Alito, and Roberts), the Court struck down the Texas law on Monday. We filed an amicus brief in that case on […]

NASA Rover Findings Point to a More Earth-like Martian Past

NASA Rover Findings Point to a More Earth-like Martian Past

Chemicals found in Martian rocks by NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover suggest the Red Planet once had more oxygen in its atmosphere than it does now. Researchers found high levels of manganese oxides by using a laser-firing instrument on the rover. This hint of more oxygen in Mars’ early atmosphere adds to other Curiosity findings — […]

Final Two Habitat Families of Trinity Lane Development Break Ground in Santa Paula

Final Two Habitat Families of Trinity Lane Development Break Ground in Santa Paula

Ventura City Council Asks Citizens for More Taxes

Ventura City Council Asks Citizens for More Taxes

       On May 23, 2016, the Ventura City Council joined a parade of governments hoping to persuade voters to raise the sales tax, and last week, in a 6 to 1 decision, the Council voted to place a measure on the November 2016 ballot to raise the Ventura sales tax by 1/2%. Councilman James Monahan […]

California in Bottom Five States for Small Business in Thumbtack Survey

California in Bottom Five States for Small Business in Thumbtack Survey

Survey of 12,000 Small Businesses: To Halt U.S. Entrepreneurship Crisis, Ease Regulations In Largest Study of Its Kind, Skilled Professionals Rate Texas, Utah and Tennessee Highest for Small Business Friendliness Thumbtack.com connects small businesses with clients/customers.  From their website regarding their most recent survey of small business owners: “Since 2012, the Thumbtack Small Business Friendliness […]

Scientists Shock Chocolate Into Tasting Great Without All The Fat

Scientists Shock Chocolate Into Tasting Great Without All The Fat

Lola Gayle, STEAM Register Chocolate not only tastes great, it also has numerous health benefits. Sadly, those health benefits go away when you factor in chocolate’s high levels of fat, typically from 40-60 percent. While chocolate makers and scientists have been searching for a way to lower the fat for decades, so far nothing has […]

Simi Valley PD Officer Carney Needs Our Help, Additional Information Released

Simi Valley PD Officer Carney Needs Our Help, Additional Information Released

The History Of Father’s Day

The History Of Father’s Day

Sunday is a day for dads — but it wasn’t always like that. Father’s Day is a celebration that began relatively recently, ailment about 106 years ago. If you don’t know its history, try read on. The first Father’s Day occurred in 1910 in Spokane, pharmacy Washington, according to the Library of Congress. A local […]