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Medal of Honor Monday: Army Pfc. Joe R. Hastings

Medal of Honor Monday: Army Pfc. Joe R. Hastings

By Katie Lange Source: Conservative Daily News CDN There is little time in war to savor victory — all who have fought in battle know that. Army Pfc. Joe Hastings nearly single-handedly pushed back the Germans from a stronghold in the waning days of World War II, only to die a few days later. While his triumph and […]

The Damage of Lockdowns to Young People

The Damage of Lockdowns to Young People

Ethan Yang  In a previous article, I outlined the biological and cultural reasons why young people, mostly referring to those under the age of 30, are particularly vulnerable to the isolation as well as lifestyle disruptions brought about by lockdowns. This article will highlight some of the real damage that has been caused by such policies. […]

Educational Freedom Is on the Move

Educational Freedom Is on the Move

COLUMN By Larry Sand School choice is rapidly advancing across the U.S. On March 9th, I wrote that Covid-related lockdowns were leading many states to implement or advance already existing school choice measures. Just four weeks later, it is happening at breakneck speed. Legislators and parents have become fed up, and are doing what they can to […]

Paradigm Failure

Paradigm Failure

COLUMN By James Howard Kunstler A nation literally falling apart certainly might want to Build Back Better, but it also might want to consider building back differently, consistent with the signals that reality is sending to humankind these days. For instance, the signals that the old industrial paradigm is coming to an end, and that the […]

The Shift Spotlights Mental Health Awareness Month With Its First Ever Interactive Youth-Driven Virtual Wellness Rally Event Series For Los Angeles and Chicago Communities

The Shift Spotlights Mental Health Awareness Month With Its First Ever Interactive Youth-Driven Virtual Wellness Rally Event Series For Los Angeles and Chicago Communities

PRESS RELEASE The Shift NAMI Westside LA partners with The Shift to kick off NAMI Westside LA’s Annual Wellness Weekend in Los Angeles May 1st at 11 a.m. PT The Shift, Rincon Family Services and other prominent nonprofits to host Chicago-focused Wellness Rally May 15th at 1 p.m. CT MARCH 31, 2021, LOS ANGELES & […]

Time to Get Government Off Our Lawns

Time to Get Government Off Our Lawns

COLUMN by Thomas L. Knapp It’s spring, and for many Americans that means it’s time to drag out the mower and trimmer, invest in various seeds, feeds, pesticides, etc., and quite possibly put the water bill on steroids with daily sprinkler operation. According to the American Time Use Survey, the average American spends 70 hours […]

World Adds Record New Renewable Energy Capacity in 2020

World Adds Record New Renewable Energy Capacity in 2020

PRESS RELEASE International Renewable Energy Agency Despite COVID-19 pandemic, more than 260GW of renewable energy capacity added globally in 2020, beating previous record by almost 50% IRENA Director-General Francesco Camera hails start of ‘decade of renewables’ Abu Dhabi, UAE, 5 April 2021 – Global renewable energy capacity additions in 2020 beat earlier estimates and all previous […]

Supreme Court hears oral arguments in California growers case over union access to their property

Supreme Court hears oral arguments in California growers case over union access to their property

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square (The Center Square) – The U.S. Supreme Court this week heard oral arguments in Cedar Point Nursery v Hassid, a case brought by the Pacific Legal Foundation on behalf of two California growers. The two plaintiffs, Cedar Point Nursery and Fowler Packing Company, produce fruit for millions of Americans and […]

Ventura City Council adds new projects to 2020-2026 Capital Improvement Plan

Ventura City Council adds new projects to 2020-2026 Capital Improvement Plan

By Kevin Harris The Ventura City Council approved resolutions adding several new projects to the previously-passed Capital Improvement Plan, covering fiscal years 2020 through 2026, during its second year review and update. The new projects were adopted during the “Public Hearing” portion of Monday night’s city council meeting.  The public hearing was presented by Public Works […]

Woman robbed at knifepoint at Ventura 76 Gas Station

Woman robbed at knifepoint at Ventura 76 Gas Station

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release On March 7th at 4:06 AM the Ventura Police Department Command Center received a call of an armed robbery that just occurred at the 76 gas station at 11008 Citrus Drive. During the investigation, officers learned the suspect entered the gas station and was armed with a knife. […]