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Mac Tip 101: Know the Distinction Between Save, Save As, and Duplicate in macOS Apps

Mac Tip 101: Know the Distinction Between Save, Save As, and Duplicate in macOS Apps

Column By Thaddeus MacHint If you’ve been a pro-Mac user for a long time you’re aware of almost all the Mac tips and tricks that solve user’s problems. But, there’s one thing that may challenge you. Your browser history is evidence of Save, Save As, and Duplicate. The Save option may feel pretty straightforward, but […]

What You Need To Know About Pressure Washer Accessories

What You Need To Know About Pressure Washer Accessories

Column By Kevin King One of the things you can do to enhance the curb appeal of your home is to give it a nice pressure wash. Residential pressure washers can clean just about anything, including concrete, vehicles, siding, and soiled patios. With the help of a gas-powered washer, you’ll be able to achieve a […]

Commentary | Shocking New Report – UFOs are the Real Thing

Commentary |  Shocking New Report – UFOs are the Real Thing

Editorial By John Jay On Fox News last nite, they interviewed a big time DOD whistle blower, who just out did all the other ones put together.  He revealed that UFOs are real, and that they have been made by either a foreign power or ETs.  There will be a biggie report to Congress in the […]

Menthol Cigarette Ban: At Least This Time, Biden’s Racism Won’t Put His Victims in Cages

Menthol Cigarette Ban: At Least This Time, Biden’s Racism Won’t Put His Victims in Cages

COLUMN By Thomas L. Knapp The Washington Post, citing anonymous sources, reports that the Biden administration is poised to propose a ban on menthol cigarettes. The reason? Well, according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 85 percent of black smokers choose the flavored cigarettes over “plain” tobacco, versus 29 percent of white smokers. […]

Open Letter to our Justice and Police Reform Movements Friends and Supporters

Open Letter to our Justice and Police Reform Movements Friends and Supporters

EDITORIAL By Armando Vaquez Dear Sisters and Brothers in the Police Reform and Social Justice Movement, We pray that you dear folks are well. We send you all our love, peace and happiness. It has been a long while since we have enjoyed each other wonderful company. So as I reach out, perhaps in an […]

Awakening to Woke

Awakening to Woke

COLUMN By Larry Sand Here in California, the woke train rolls merrily along.  If AB 101 passes in its current version, a one-semester high school course in ethnic studies will be mandated starting in the 2029–2030 school year. Each school district will get to choose course content, and those with a Marxist agenda are waiting to pounce. […]

Commentary | Biden 100 days in

Commentary | Biden 100 days in

Editorial  By Mel Mann In case you missed it, President Biden just finished his first 100 days in the oval office.  This milestone is normally scrutinized by the press and pundits.  Agenda is analyzed along with executive orders and public appearances.  For most of the last 30 years new Presidents have used this window to […]

China’s Strange Endorsement of ‘Net Zero’

China’s Strange Endorsement of ‘Net Zero’

COLUMN By Duggan Flanakin   The Chinese path to supposed decarbonization starts with a lot more coal    You have to hand it to Xi Jinping. The Chinese “president for life” schmoozed United Nations royalty last September with his unexpected pledge that his country aims “to have CO2 emissions peak before 2030 and achieve carbon neutrality (Net […]

Commentary | Eeyore’s Cabinet: The Obscene Word “Merit”

Commentary | Eeyore’s Cabinet: The Obscene Word “Merit”

COLUMN By Victor Davis Hanson  Just appearing this week in the news are stories that our elite colleges have sent out letters of admissions. White applicants at many universities have been accepted at historic lows of about 28 percent (of a population base of 68-70 percent), despite the supposedly cherished tradition of ‘proportional representation.’  Will the most […]

Commentary | Housing Minors @ Pomona Fairplex Not Fair To Citizens

Commentary | Housing Minors @ Pomona Fairplex Not Fair To Citizens

Editorial We The People Rising LA County Board of Supervisor Hilda Solis  staged a press conference at the Pomona Fairplex on Friday to announce that 250 of the unaccompanied minors will be arriving at the Pomona Fairplex on Saturday, May 1.   “The Pomona Fairplex should not be converted into a temporary shelter for border crossers […]

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