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Conservatives are just too conservative these days

Conservatives are just too conservative these days

By Stewart B. Epstein . As a “liberal-Democrat”, I have tried to gain as much knowledge about the “Conservative” political point of view as possible since 1980.  I have come to some very disappointing conclusions which I want to share with you.  First, the conservatives of 2020 (especially the ones who are members of the […]

We are being promised Slavery

We are being promised Slavery

    By Don Jans We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are CREATED equal are endowed by their CREATOR with certain unalienable rights, among them the right to LIFE, LIBERTY, AND THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS.” We have a political movement in the United States that profoundly differs with the above statement. […]

25 Cents Worth of Democracy – Can America Endure?

25 Cents Worth of Democracy – Can America Endure?

By Mel Mann     Talking about sweet reminiscences from some bygone time is not something I do much.  The past is seldom as rosy as we would like to remember. Additionally, selective memory is an interesting phenomena that helps us to forget the things we really don’t want to remember.   Maybe I am also suffering […]

Why Democrats are poised to win in November

Why Democrats are poised to win in November

  By Richard Eber As the Democratic National Convention unfolds this week from Cyber Space, I am becoming increasingly cynical about the prospects for a conservative victory in November.  Unlike four years ago, the momentum seems to be on the Progressive side of the political ledger. Kamala Harris, a strong supporter of the Green New […]

Trump Supporter Shows His Courage

Trump Supporter Shows His Courage

by Raven West On a sunny Tuesday afternoon, a lone Trump supporter stood on the corner of Daily Drive and Los Posas Road in Camarillo waving a “Trump 2020” banner in one hand and a “Blue Lives Matter” flag in the other. Although the supporter (who wished to remain anonymous) didn’t shout any slogans, there […]

What the Democrat Party is Today

What the Democrat Party is Today

    By Don Jans Let the people decide is the cry of many. That is always a good idea if the people are informed and open to learning and adjusting accordingly. Most people do not change their minds because another tells them they must unless some form of threat is also applied. This is […]

Recall Newsom Beach Party- Saturday August 8 Noon

Recall Newsom Beach Party- Saturday August 8 Noon

GOVERNOR GAVIN NEWSOM HAS FAILED CALIFORNIANS Join us at the Recall Newsom Beach Party on August 8th, 12 noon at 668 East Harbor Blvd. in Ventura, Ca.  Public parking available at 529 East Harbor Blvd. Our goal is to get our message out in a positive and safe manner. We want to be taken seriously. […]

POLITICS | Debate Grows Over How to Extend Unemployment Bonus

POLITICS | Debate Grows Over How to Extend Unemployment Bonus

BY EMEL AKAN WASHINGTON—The dispute over enhanced unemployment benefit grows as Republicans propose capping the benefits at 70 percent of a worker’s prior pay. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on July 23 that the Republicans oppose extending the enhanced unemployment insurance in its current form. “Because we’re not going to pay people more money to stay at home than work,” he […]

Conservative’s Continued Love Affair with Radical Liberal Democrats

Conservative’s Continued Love Affair with Radical Liberal Democrats

    By Raynard Jackson (ThyBlackMan.com) What is it about conservatives that make them think that cavorting with the enemy will ever pay off?  If conservatives spent half as much time with real Black conservatives as they do with radical Black liberals, you would have much greater participation of Blacks in the movement. I don’t know what it […]

When Profits and Politics Drive Science: Rushing a Vaccine to Market for a Vanishing Virus

When Profits and Politics Drive Science: Rushing a Vaccine to Market for a Vanishing Virus

    By Ellen Brown More than 100 companies are competing to be first in the race to get a COVID-19 vaccine to market. It’s a race against time, not because the death rate is climbing but because it is falling – to the point where there will soon be too few subjects to prove […]