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Despite Fed Asset Purchases, Lending Remains Depressed

Despite Fed Asset Purchases, Lending Remains Depressed

by Thomas L. Hogan Economists from across the political divide are worried about inflation. In May, Lawrence Summers warned about the increasing risk of inflation. More recently, John Greenwood and Steve Hanke argued that the Federal Reserve’s asset purchases have expanded the money supply, which they speculate will lead to high inflation. Fed asset purchases do often lead to […]

‘This Is Politics, Not Science’: White House, CDC Prepare to Vaccinate 5- to 11-Year-Olds Prior to FDA Authorization

‘This Is Politics, Not Science’: White House, CDC Prepare to Vaccinate 5- to 11-Year-Olds Prior to FDA Authorization

By Megan Redshaw The White House today unveiled plans to roll out COVID vaccines for children ages 5 to 11, even though vaccine safety experts — who advise U.S. drug regulators and review safety and efficacy data — have not met to discuss whether Pfizer’s COVID vaccine should be authorized for use in the pediatric age […]

Fauci Exposed: Historical Research Of COVID

Fauci Exposed: Historical Research Of COVID

Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola By now, many have heard that the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) — an arm of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) — has funded controversial gain-of-function (GOF) research on bat coronaviruses at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV). Dr. Anthony Fauci, NIAID director, told a House Appropriations […]

The 2020 Panel ZOOM Call: Frank Wright, PH.D. | D. James Kennedy Ministries | “Connecting the Dots: The Strategy Behind the Conflict.”

The 2020 Panel ZOOM Call: Frank Wright, PH.D. | D. James Kennedy Ministries | “Connecting the Dots: The Strategy Behind the Conflict.”

  FREE Lecture Series Monday, May 17, 2021 REGISTER NOW FRANK WRIGHT, PH.D. “Connecting the Dots: The Strategy Behind the Conflict”The political and cultural conflicts of our day often seem random, with society spinning out of control. But taking a longer view and connecting the dots in the cultural landscape reveals a well-planned strategy unfolding. Understanding […]

Anti-Racist MLB Expands Access to Racist Pariahs

Anti-Racist MLB Expands Access to Racist Pariahs

COLUMN By Kathleen Brush, Ph.D. One day before Rob Manfred moved the All-Star Game from Georgia to “demonstrate our values as a sport,” MLB inked a deal to expand MLB access to nations that reign on the racist pariah list. This includes Myanmar, Brunei, Malaysia, the Maldives, Pakistan and China. Buddhist-majority Myanmar is currently being investigated by […]

My Journey Doesn’t End Here…Casa Pacifica’s CEO

My Journey Doesn’t End Here…Casa Pacifica’s CEO

Editors Note:  The Board of Directors has asked Steve to stay part-time for another year as CEO Emeritus to assist with the transition to our new Chief Executive Officer Shawna Morris. Dear Friend, This is my last week as Casa Pacifica’s CEO.   It has been an incredible journey.  I am not going to recount the […]

California Town Banishes Christian Church from Downtown Area

California Town Banishes Christian Church from Downtown Area

By THOMAS D. WILLIAMS, PH.D. The city of Salinas, California, is forcing an evangelical Christian church to sell its downtown property, saying it does not fit in with the new look of the town. New Harvest Christian Fellowship bought the building in early 2018 after its congregation outgrew a space the church had been renting […]

KidSTREAM Announces Two New Board Members

KidSTREAM Announces Two New Board Members

CAMARILLO, Calif.– KidSTREAM, an emerging children’s museum committed to creating a place where kids and families can engage in fun, interactive learning and hands-on/minds-on play, has announced the addition of Jessica Lavariega Monforti and Megan Mescher-Cox to its board of directors. Both new board members bring valuable professional and leadership experience that will support kidSTREAM’s […]

Floodplain executive order: Latest Obama power grab

Floodplain executive order: Latest Obama power grab

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California, Leading the World to a Post-Industrial Economy

California, Leading the World to a Post-Industrial Economy

By Sheryl Hamlin The Museum of Ventura County’s eight-part lecture series ended on March 25 with the telling of an economic drama into California’s future that is unfolding rapidly. Bill Watkins, Ph.D. who heads California Lutheran University Center for Economic Research and Forecasting or CERF, physician described a bifurcated society in California comprised of the […]

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