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Casa Pacifica Prepares For A Full Weekend With Sold-Old Back To Back Events – The Yummie Top Chef Dinner And The Angels Wine, Food & Brew Festival Return

Casa Pacifica Prepares For A Full Weekend With Sold-Old Back To Back Events – The Yummie Top Chef Dinner And The Angels Wine, Food & Brew Festival Return

Camarillo, CA – Local nonprofit Casa Pacifica Centers for Children and Families eyes successful return to in-person events after a two-year hiatus. The 8th Annual Yummie Top Chef Dinner will take place on Friday, September 24th followed by its sister event, the award-winning 28th Annual Angels Wine, Food & Brew Festival on Sunday, September 26th. Both sold-out events […]

China Is Deleting Its Own Stars From The Internet

China Is Deleting Its Own Stars From The Internet

T. Becket Adams We were promised great things when the U.S. opened trade with China. We were promised it would expose the Middle Kingdom to Western values of liberty and freedom of expression. We were promised it would loosen the Chinese Community Party’s grip on its people and its neighbors. We were promised it would […]

The Great Ivermectin Flap Reveals The Tribalism Of American Politics

The Great Ivermectin Flap Reveals The Tribalism Of American Politics

by James E. Hanley It appears that some Americans are so Red Tribe-identifying that they distrust vaccines that have been taken by tens of millions with few cases of significant side effects, while simultaneously naively trusting non-experts telling them to take a horse dewormer. Some are even taking it prophylactically. As the old saying goes, “Nobody ever […]

As Vaccine Mandates Increase, Religious Exemptions Come Under Fire

As Vaccine Mandates Increase, Religious Exemptions Come Under Fire

by Mary Margaret Olohan Thousands of Americans are seeking religious exemptions to vaccine mandates. Under the Americans with Disabilities Act and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, U.S. employers are required to accommodate their employee’s “sincerely held” religious beliefs — including potential religious objections to a vaccine.  “Public institutions should not act like inquisitorial […]

School Staffer Wears Blackface, Allegedly Calls Herself Rosa Parks To Protest Vaccine Mandate

School Staffer Wears Blackface, Allegedly Calls Herself Rosa Parks To Protest Vaccine Mandate

  Sebastian Hughes  A special education assistant at an elementary school in Oregon showed up to work in blackface and allegedly called herself Rosa Parks to protest a vaccine mandate for district employees, local outlet The Newberg Graphic reported. Lauren Pefferle allegedly put iodine on her face to darken her skin as a form of […]

University Says ‘Action Could Be Taken’ Against Students If ‘Misgendering’ Or ‘Pronoun Misuse’ Complaints Are Filed

University Says ‘Action Could Be Taken’ Against Students If ‘Misgendering’ Or ‘Pronoun Misuse’ Complaints Are Filed

Kendall Tietz  Students at Park Point University received an email that said “action could be taken” over complaints of “misgendering” or “pronoun misuse,” according to the school’s anti-discrimination policy, Campus Reform reported. The Misgendering, Pronoun Misuse and Deadnaming Policy said that “any individual who has been informed of another person’s gender identity, pronouns, or chosen […]

Is The Current School Board Culture War Really That Different From The Past, Or Are We Just Paying More Attention?

Is The Current School Board Culture War Really That Different From The Past, Or Are We Just Paying More Attention?

Kendall Tietz Parents across the U.S. have spoken out against ideology and curricula they don’t agree with, often in viral moments caught on video criticizing school boards’ decisions on masks, COVID-19 vaccine mandates, reopening and critical race theory. “When something happens where people feel like they can no longer control what’s going on in their […]

California Has Highest Percentage Of Homes Without Air Conditioning

California Has Highest Percentage Of Homes Without Air Conditioning

As summers get hotter and extreme heat events become more common, it is increasingly uncomfortable to live without air conditioning. According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the vast majority of American households do have air conditioning, but about 9% do not. Many of these households are located in cities with historically temperate climates, […]

Grunt Style 90 Second Civics- 7th Amendment

Grunt Style 90 Second Civics- 7th Amendment

Greg Albaugh- Citizens Journal  As stated by the National Archives, The Bill of Rights is the first 10 Amendments to the Constitution. It spells out Americans’ rights in relation to their government. It guarantees civil rights and liberties to the individual—like freedom of speech, press, and religion. It sets rules for due process of law […]

Texas Tech To End Anti-Racism Seminar That Segregated Students By Race

Texas Tech To End Anti-Racism Seminar That Segregated Students By Race

Kendall Tietz Texas Tech University has cancelled an anti-racism seminar where students were segregated by race, the school told the Daily Caller News Foundation. Faculty and students were broken up into two groups within the “Allyship and Co-Conspirator” session of the “Deeply Rooted Conversations” training, Young America’s Foundation (YAF) reported based on documents obtained through […]