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A Resource Guide For Those Affected By The Thomas Fire (In English and Spanish)

The Ventura County Human Services Agency has accumulated a list of resources for those affected by the #ThomasFire. Not sure where to start? Information on Housing & Shelter, Food, Medicine, Benefits & Cash Aid, Internet Access & General Resources make up this resource guide. To access a copy of the resource guide in ENGLISH, click here. La Agencia […]

Commentary: I am Madder than Hell

Commentary: I am Madder than Hell

. By Michael Greer I am so angry! I’M MADDER THAN HELL! We knew the Democrats were liars, but now there is no doubt Republicans are too. We were PROMISED for the last seven years, given the chance, they would REPEAL Obamacare. John McCain didn’t just betray his state, where premiums have increased 190%, but […]

Watch Boy’s Reaction to Finding Out He’s Finally Getting New Heart

Watch Boy’s Reaction to Finding Out He’s Finally Getting New Heart

Ari Shultz had been waiting 211 days for a new heart, so when he finally finds out that he’s receiving the transplant he so desperately needs, he can barely contain his excitement. The 5-year-old boy, who was born with critical aortic stenosis, had been living in the Boston Children’s Hospital with his parents for most […]

6 Surprising Habits That Cause Back Pain

6 Surprising Habits That Cause Back Pain

Almost everyone you know, whether it’s your grandparents, best friend, or boss, has complained of back pain. It’s one of the most common forms of pain; about 80 percent of Americans have or will get it at least once in their lives. The aches, spasms, and sensations you feel on your back can be triggered […]

Advil vs. Tylenol: Liver Damage Risks

Advil vs. Tylenol: Liver Damage Risks

Most things in life are about balance and moderation, malady and pain killers are no different. While Advil, online Motrin and Tylenol offer relief when you’ve tweaked your neck or hae a fever, taking too much of these medications can have serious health consequences, one of which is liver damage. But how much exactly is […]

University of California and stem cell agency highest paid state workers

University of California and stem cell agency highest paid state workers

. California taxpayers paid out big bucks to state workers in 2014. How much? More than the Gross Domestic Product of 100 countries, according to new data published by the State Controller’s office. In 2014, more than 650,000 state employees earned a total of $32 billion in wages and benefits. As part of her ongoing effort to […]

Medi-Cal boom strains doctors and budgets

Medi-Cal boom strains doctors and budgets

So Long As You Ignore The Problems, Obamacare Is Perfect

So Long As You Ignore The Problems, Obamacare Is Perfect

. President Barack Obama at the G7 Summit this week, while arguing against an ongoing Supreme Court case, claimed his first term healthcare overhaul has no problems whatsoever. “What’s more, the thing is working,” the president declared. “I mean, part of what’s bizarre about this whole thing is we haven’t had a lot of conversation about the horrors […]

Doctor grew up poor and made it big thinking outside the box

Doctor grew up poor and made it big thinking outside the box

By Debra Tash Doctor Robert Klapper was keynote speaker at the Thousand Oaks Republican Women’s Sunday brunch on April 12th at the Westlake Inn.  Doctor Klapper is chief orthopedic surgeon at Cedars Sinai Hospital as well as being an inventor and an artist. He grew up in Far Rockaway, a working class neighborhood in the […]

The medical cartel is king in a globalist world

The medical cartel is king in a globalist world

          by Jon Rappoport “Elites who invent reality need an unimpeachable operation, headed up by people who are relentlessly promoted as the sanest, most intelligent, competent, and caring representatives of the human race. Guess who that would be?” (The Magician Awakes, Jon Rappoport) In 1976, the great critic of 20th-century society, […]