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Western Governors To Biden On Wildfires: Feds Need To Play To Win

Western Governors To Biden On Wildfires: Feds Need To Play To Win

By Tim Gruver | The Center Square President Joe Biden speaks with Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Friday, July 30, 2021, via teleconference during a meeting with governors to discuss ongoing efforts to strengthen wildfire prevention, preparedness and response efforts, and to hear firsthand about the ongoing impacts of the 2021 wildfire season. Biden is in […]

Author Of Study Showing How Mask-Wearing Harms Children Speaks Out After It Was Retracted: “All Political”

Author Of Study Showing How Mask-Wearing Harms Children Speaks Out After It Was Retracted: “All Political”

 By: JD Heyes | NaturalNews (Natural News) Because COVID-19 is so new, there is much we don’t know about it, but because it’s a coronavirus — and coronaviruses have been around now for some time — we know some things about it. Some of the things we weren’t sure about, however, have nothing to do with the […]

The Place Of Faith In Shaping Political Views • Part 5

The Place Of Faith In Shaping Political Views • Part 5

Lance Ralston| Calvary Chapel In Oxnard This concludes a five-part series on the role religious faith plays in the political arena. Parts One through Four chronicled the rift that formed during the Enlightenment between reason and faith. That rift came about, not out of logical necessity but because of the desire of skeptics to dispense […]

The Place Of Faith In Shaping Political Views • Part 4

The Place Of Faith In Shaping Political Views • Part 4

Lance Ralston| Calvary Chapel In Oxnard Parts One through Three of this series tracked the development of thought leading to the view held by many that there is an immovable barrier between faith and reason. In that view, reason is based on evidence while faith is believing without evidence. We ended last time with the […]

The Place Of Faith In Shaping Political Views • Part 3

The Place Of Faith In Shaping Political Views • Part 3

Lance Ralston| Calvary Chapel In Oxnard Building on the momentum of Parts One and Two, in this installment, we’ll consider how the Judeo-Christian Worldview helped shape the modern world. As is well-documented in numerous works, it was the blending of the Judeo-Christian understanding of reality with the Greek philosophical tradition of Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle.[1] […]

The Place Of Faith In Shaping Political Views • Part 2

The Place Of Faith In Shaping Political Views • Part 2

Lance Ralston| Calvary Chapel In Oxnard In Part One, we considered the divorce between faith and reason assumed in much of modern thinking. Contrary to the idea that faith is pure belief in spite of evidence, the Christian understanding of faith is that it is a reasonable response to evidence. It is not a “blind […]

The Place Of Faith In Shaping Political Views • Part 1.

The Place Of Faith In Shaping Political Views • Part 1.

Lance Ralston |Calvary Chapel Oxnard  It was from a college philosopher professor many years ago I first heard of the divorce between faith and reason. While standing in the doorway of the class, smoking a cigarette, sipping a cup of coffee and some adult beverage, he lectured us on how The Enlightenment placed an unpassable […]

Will Biden’s Sham Corruption Crackdown Endanger Freedom?

Will Biden’s Sham Corruption Crackdown Endanger Freedom?

James Bovard Denouncing corruption is the easiest way for rascally politicians to appear honest. Upholding a venerable Washington Kabuki tradition, President Joe Biden announced on Thursday that he was “issuing” a memo to “establish combatting corruption as a core U.S. national security interest.” But Biden’s crackdown is more likely to subvert financial freedom than to create […]

The Charming City By The Bay Has Some Serious Edu-Warts That Need To Be Excised

The Charming City By The Bay Has Some Serious Edu-Warts That Need To Be Excised

Column By Larry Sand San Francisco is a magical city. My first visit there was in 1969 as a New York city college kid on winter break, and I was enthralled. I was there again in 1996 on my honeymoon, and several times since, and have always found the city to have an amazing vibrancy rivaled […]

IRS: California Shrank By 165K Taxpayers, $8.8 Billion In Gross Income

IRS: California Shrank By 165K Taxpayers, $8.8 Billion In Gross Income

By Cole Lauterbach  | The Center Square contributor California residents of all ages and incomes are leaving for more tax friendly climates, and they’re taking billions of dollars in annual income with them. The Internal Revenue Service recently released its latest taxpayer migration figures from tax years 2018 and 2019. They reflect migratory taxpayers who had filed in […]

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