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November 2nd – Ventura County COCS Summit – Get Your Tickets Today!

November 2nd –  Ventura County COCS Summit – Get Your Tickets Today!

  Don’t Miss This Life-Changing Summit! GET YOUR TICKETS TODAY SHAPING THE FUTURE OF CALIFORNIA SATURDAY, November 2, 2019 TIME: 9am-4pm (8am registration) LOCATION:Calvary Chapel Oxnard 1925 Eastman Ave, Oxnard, CA 93030   GET YOUR TICKETS NOW ► Watch This Video – See What Others Are Saying REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT TIME OF EVENT: 9am-4pm check-in […]

Elizabeth Warren Is Your Front-runner?

Elizabeth Warren Is Your Front-runner?

  By Wayne Allyn Root Who’s going to defeat President Trump and the booming Trump economy? The Democrats have only one answer at the moment. Everyone agrees Elizabeth Warren is the presidential front-runner.  Really? Are you kidding? I’ll get to Elizabeth “Pocahantas” Warren in a moment. But first, I’ll bet you haven’t even heard about all […]

Invitations to Two Upcoming American Freedom Alliance Events!

Invitations to Two Upcoming American Freedom Alliance Events!

  Upcoming Events: ·         AFA’s Global Freedom Movements Conference  ·         The Truth is No Defense: An AFA Literary Cafe ·         Dr. Robert Epstein:  Big Tech Election Interference  AFA’s YouTube Channel We’ve been building our YouTube library – have you checked it out yet?  Take a look now right here.  Keep Up With Us Facebook YouTube AFA’s Global Freedom Movements […]

Simi Council Considers New Sales Tax

Simi Council Considers New Sales Tax

By  Gina Harden SIMI VALLEY – Mayor Mashburn pushed back against Councilmember Luevanos’s argument in favor of raising the sales tax currently pegged to the State minimum 7.25%. He conceded, however, to requests from Luevanos and Mayor Pro Tem Cavanaugh, to forward the staff report to Neighborhood Councils for further input. Staff, at Luevanos’s request, […]

Democrats are Reprehensible

Democrats are Reprehensible

    By Dan Reynolds Our elected Democrats are reprehensible. Time and again it has been proven that the Clinton’s are nothing more than the lowest life force who give the perception they control the DNC and the media.  Let’s take a look at Joe Biden as an additional example who is more than happy […]

The Madcap Adventures of ‘Buckaroo Banzai’ Biden

The Madcap Adventures of ‘Buckaroo Banzai’ Biden

  By Victor Davis Hanson, Private Papers Sometime-Democratic front-runner Joe Biden was at it again, voicing his brand of tough-guy boasts that he can “beat Trump like a drum.” A 1980s sci-fi cult film about a weirdo, Buckaroo Banzai, who travels through time dimensions in many manifestations battling evil and saving good guys reminds us of […]

Yep, These People are Stone Cold Crooked

Yep, These People are Stone Cold Crooked

  By Thomas L. Knapp Did vice president Joe Biden threaten to withhold $1 billion in US loan guarantees from the Obama administration if the Ukrainian government failed to remove a prosecutor whose investigation targets included Burisma Holdings, a gas company on whose board Biden’s son, Hunter, sat? Yes. He’s publicly admitted it. Did president […]

Election 2020: Time to Stop Pretending and Start Over

Election 2020: Time to Stop Pretending and Start Over

   By Thomas L. Knapp “Imagine what would be possible right now with ideas that are bold enough to meet the challenges of our time, but big enough, as well, that they could unify the American people [like the 9/11 attacks did],” said South Bend, Indian mayor Pete Buttigieg in his opening statement at the […]

Donald Trump is the Dennis Rodman of Politics

Donald Trump is the Dennis Rodman of Politics

  By Raynard Jackson To my Democrat friends, now that you have stopped laughing, please continue reading; to my Republican friends, this is a supreme compliment to President Trump, please continue reading. I have had the pleasure of talking with Rodman privately in the past and found him to be one of the most intelligent […]

“Nuance” in Politics and Public Policy? No Thanks.

“Nuance” in Politics and Public Policy? No Thanks.

  By Thomas L. Knapp In 2004, Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry called his ever-shifting position on the war in Iraq “nuanced” as a way of explaining why he was for it before he was against it and why his prescriptions for its future kept changing. “Nuance” pops up frequently in debates on politics and […]

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