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An Honest Critique Regarding Vaccine Legislation

An Honest Critique Regarding Vaccine Legislation

By Gunner Steele | Freedom Man There is a debate raging today amongst conservatives regarding the use of legislation to prevent mandatory vaccines in private workplaces. On one hand, most conservatives despise the thought of mandatory vaccines anywhere, even in private businesses. But on the other hand, true conservatives who stand on principle simply do not […]

Months After US Troops Begin Leaving Afghanistan, Taliban Captures Yet Another Provincial Capital

Months After US Troops Begin Leaving Afghanistan, Taliban Captures Yet Another Provincial Capital

Kendall Tietz The Taliban continued to advance across northern Afghanistan Monday, taking at least two provincial capitals, multiple provincial officials told the Associated Press. Sar-e Pul and Aybakis are the two latest northern provincial capitals to fall to the Taliban as the last of the American and NATO troops leave the country, according to local officials, […]

The Fall of the Dominoes

The Fall of the Dominoes

Inflation, as measured by the PCE (personal consumption expenditures) index, was, on an annualized basis, over 7 percent in March and April, and over 6 percent in May and June. Going by the more popular CPI (consumer price index), annualized inflation was between 8 and 11 percent in those same months. For perspective, the last time the economy experienced […]

Those Dying Post-Vaccine: Where Are The Autopsies?

Those Dying Post-Vaccine: Where Are The Autopsies?

By Jane M. Orient, M.D. Note: Dr. Orient is executive director of the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, AAPS. In this age of supposed scientific medicine and a pandemic, we are relying on death certificates for statistics on the cause of death, even though they are known to be extremely unreliable. Thousands of healthy people are dying unexpectedly, […]

‘Suicide’ Frenzy Among Capitol Riot Cops: Officers ‘Killing Selves’ Jump To FOUR

‘Suicide’ Frenzy Among Capitol Riot Cops: Officers ‘Killing Selves’ Jump To FOUR

By Joe Kovacs Officer Kyle DeFreytag (courtesy Bensing-Thomas Funeral Home) One day after WND reported a third officer who responded to the Capitol riot on Jan. 6 purportedly died by suicide, a fourth police officer is now said to have taken his own life. WUSA-TV is reporting that Officer Kyle DeFreytag died last month, but the notice that he was […]

Privacy Group Sues USPS For Details of Spy Program

Privacy Group Sues USPS For Details of Spy Program

By Bob Unruh A privacy organization has filed a lawsuit against the United States Postal Service demanding details of the service’s program that spies on Americans and their social media posts. The Electronic Frontier Foundation has announced the Freedom of Information Act filing seeking information about its “covert program to secretly comb through online posts of social […]

Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Protestor Sentenced To 9 Years In First Trial Under The National Security Law

Hong Kong Pro-Democracy Protestor Sentenced To 9 Years In First Trial Under The National Security Law

Kendall Tietz A Hong Kong pro-democracy protestor was sentenced to nine years in prison in the first prosecution under the country’s new national security law, the Associated Press reported. Tong Ying-ki was convicted Tuesday on charges of inciting secession and terrorism for reportedly driving his motorcycle into a group of police officers with a flag […]

GOP Members Of Congress Say It’s Time For Cheney, Kinzinger To Go

GOP Members Of Congress Say It’s Time For Cheney, Kinzinger To Go

By Bob Unruh U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., in January 2021. (Video screenshot) It’s time for the Republican Party to solve the problem created by Rep. Liz Cheney, of Wyoming, and Adam Kinzinger, of Illinois, a GOP coalition is charging. The two previously voted to impeach President Trump, and this week joined with Democrats in portraying […]

Jim Jordan On Jan. 6 Violence: Why Weren’t Police Given Help?

Jim Jordan On Jan. 6 Violence: Why Weren’t Police Given Help?

By Bob Unruh U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, speaks at the Republican National Convention on Monday, Aug. 24, 2020 (RNC video screenshot) House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s handpicked committee to review the Jan. 6 violence at the U.S. Capitol, where unruly crowds of supporters of President Trump, and possibly radicals who opposed him, broke windows and doors […]

Commentary | Oxnard’s Chief Financial Officer Headed to the City of Long Beach

Commentary | Oxnard’s Chief Financial Officer Headed to the City of Long Beach

By Bert E Perello Oxnard was very fortunate to have Mr Riper as our City Chief Financial Officer; I can speak as an elected Oxnard City Council member before and after his  selection by current management to serve our community.  He never dodged a question in public or private , he answered in a plain […]