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Commentary | The Biden Administration Wants to Partner with Criminals to Spy on You

Commentary | The Biden Administration Wants to Partner with Criminals to Spy on You

COLUMN by Thomas L. Knapp “The Biden administration,” CNN reports, “is considering using outside firms to track extremist chatter by Americans online.” Federal law enforcement agencies are legally and constitutionally  forbidden to monitor the private activities of citizens without first getting warrants based on probable cause to believe those citizens have committed, or are committing, […]

Eeyore’s Cabinet: California Dreaming

Eeyore’s Cabinet: California Dreaming

COLUMN By Victor Davis Hanson Private Papers If one came from Mars and examined the policies of the California legislature, courts, state-wide officials and governor, one would conclude that it is designed to destroy the emerging Mexican-American middle class (if we can even use such a sloppy term for vastly increasing numbers of so-called mixed […]

About That “Rules-Based International Order”

About That “Rules-Based International Order”

COLUMN by Thomas L. Knapp The Biden administration has taken to frequently asserting its intention to return — versus the Trump administration’s departure therefrom — to something called a “rules-based international order.” What is this supposed “order?” What obligations does it impose, and upon whom? Which governments meet those obligations. Which don’t? Google returns about […]

Fossil Fuels vs. Renewables: ALL Forms of Energy are “Intermittent”

Fossil Fuels vs. Renewables: ALL Forms of Energy are “Intermittent”

COLUMN by Thomas L. Knapp On May 8, my wife and I pulled into a local gas station and filled the family car’s tank. It wasn’t intended as a smart move, nor did it result from a premonition. It was just dumb luck. Within 24 hours, we were driving past gas stations with yellow plastic […]

The Immense Education “Investment” Fraud

The Immense Education “Investment” Fraud

COLUMN By Larry Sand Unprecedented federal spending on education is a swindle of epic proportions. As reported by the estimable Just Facts, federal, state, and local governments in the U.S. spent $1.02 trillion on education in 2019. This breaks down to $7,945 for every household in the country. It’s worth noting that these figures do not […]

Here is What Republican Voters Really Believe in- It’s a Shame the GOP Has No Idea

Here is What Republican Voters Really Believe in- It’s a Shame the GOP Has No Idea

COLUMN By Wayne Allyn Root At least 74 million Americans voted for President Trump. Everyone I know believes the number was actually much higher. But we know for a fact 74 million Americans voted for Trump- because that’s the number even the biased fake news media counts as fact. This is the base of the […]

Materials Acquisition for Global Industrial Change (MAGIC)

Materials Acquisition for Global Industrial Change (MAGIC)

COLUMN By Paul Driessen Biden relies on adherence to climate crisis creed and belief in MAGIC to transform USA, world      Via executive orders, regulatory edicts and partisan Green New Deal legislation, President Biden intends to slash US carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions by 50% below their 2005 peak by 2030, and […]

Fragments of Memory

Fragments of Memory

COLUMN By Victor Davis Hanson Two days ago, I drove in a 5-square-mile radius and noticed that the 100 or so farms I grew up with are all gone. Caput. Everyone. Not one grandkid, relative, etc. seems to be farming. The acreage seems either rented out or sold off.  The land is usually leased to […]

Still Another Brown Act Violation Claim to DA on Oxnard City Manager Nguyen

Still Another Brown Act Violation Claim to DA on Oxnard City Manager Nguyen

Column By Doug Partello   I filed a Brown Act complaint with the VC District Attorney …. ———- Forwarded message ——— From: Nasarenko, Erik <[email protected]> Date: Wed, May 5, 2021, 11:18 AM Subject: RE: Brown Act Violation To: Douglas Partello <[email protected]> Mr. Partello, Thank you for your email and for bringing the allegation to my attention.  I […]

What Gray Davis and Gavin Newsom Have in Common?

What Gray Davis and Gavin Newsom Have in Common?

COLUMN By Richard Eber With the upcoming recall vote of Governor Gavin Newsom soon to become a reality, we can look back to the conditions that existed back in 2003 that led to Gray Davis being kicked to the sidewalk by the electorate in California. Prior to taking office they both served as Lt. Governors of California.  The pair […]

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