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California Has Most Overleveraged Homeowners In U.S.

California Has Most Overleveraged Homeowners In U.S.

Mike LaFirenza Housing prices in the U.S. have reached record levels during the COVID-19 pandemic and show little sign of slowing down. A combination of strong demand, low inventory of existing homes, and constraints on new construction due to labor and supply shortages have sent prices sharply upward, with the median home sales price in […]

Reducing Wildfire Risk In Santa Barbara County

Reducing Wildfire Risk In Santa Barbara County

Santa Barbara, California, November 9, 2021. As the region becomes increasingly vulnerable to fire due to extreme drought and heat conditions exacerbated by climate change, community leaders and organizations have come together to proactively address fire risk in Santa Barbara County. For over a year, a dedicated team, which included the Cachuma Resource Conservation District, […]

Trading of Evergrande Shares HALTED As Ponzi Collapse Spreads, Bond Holders Left As Bag Holders

Trading of Evergrande Shares HALTED As Ponzi Collapse Spreads, Bond Holders Left As Bag Holders

by: Ethan Huff (Natural News) A few days ago, the Chinese government halted all trading of Evergrande (HKG:03333) stock, claiming that the move is necessary in order to “restructure” the failing developer. Massive overleveraging resulted in a partial collapse of the stock before the government quickly intervened to “save” it, effectively kicking the can down the road and […]

Oxnard, CA | Motorcycle Safety Enforcement

Oxnard, CA | Motorcycle Safety Enforcement

DATE: September 23, 2021 SUBJECT: Motorcycle Safety Enforcement CONTACT: Jose Diaz, Senior Officer (805) 385-7749 | [email protected] The Oxnard Police Department will be conducting motorcycle safety enforcement The Oxnard Police Department will have extra officers out on patrol on September 23, 2021, between 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., and on September 24, 2021, between 1:00 […]

Biden’s Vax Mandate Could Collapse Trucking Supply Lines, Leading To Instant Shortages Of Food, Fuel And Medicines

Biden’s Vax Mandate Could Collapse Trucking Supply Lines, Leading To Instant Shortages Of Food, Fuel And Medicines

by: Lance D Johnson (Natural News) The Joe Biden regime continues to threaten the health, livelihood and freedom of Americans. Biden’s seditious vaccine mandates could collapse the trucking industry and threaten supply lines across the Nation. Approximately 3.5 million truckers have been traveling the nation since the beginning of the covid-19 scandal, shipping valuable food, construction, agricultural and […]

Study: COVID Shot Enhances Delta Infectivity

Study: COVID Shot Enhances Delta Infectivity

Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola STORY AT-A-GLANCE According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, people who got the COVID shot early are now at increased risk for severe COVID disease This may be a sign that antibody dependent enhancement (ADE) is occurring, or it may simply indicate that the protection offered is limited […]

How to Reduce the Risks of the Stock Market

How to Reduce the Risks of the Stock Market

    By Justin Weinger The digital world has opened the door to countless opportunities for making and managing your money. You can do your banking online, invest in companies with nothing but an online account, and even make trades with a couple of clicks on a mouse. However, one thing that the internet can’t […]

Trump: Coronavirus Risk to US Remains ‘Very Low’

Trump: Coronavirus Risk to US Remains ‘Very Low’

BY JACK PHILLIPS President Donald Trump on Wednesday said the COVID-19 coronavirus risk to the United States is low and placed Vice President Mike Pence in charge of a coronavirus task force. “The risk to the American people remains very low,” Trump said in a press conference at the White House. “The vaccine is coming along well, and we think this […]

Risk, Reward, Regulation and Space Tourism

Risk, Reward, Regulation and Space Tourism

. By Thomas L. Knapp Writing at Quartz, Tim Fernholz notes that early space tourists “won’t benefit from the tight regulation we’ve come to expect in everything from air transport to private automobiles.” Although the Federal Aviation Administration enjoys approval authority over launches, the Commercial Space Act limits government interference in post-launch space flight. That’s […]

Worst oil spill since ’69

Worst oil spill since ’69

By David Pu’u   The current oil spill is a tough one for many reasons.We do not have many spill events, yet an active series of seepages in the ocean here, which has been going on for countless years, has always had oil in the water. But in recent times (the past 10-15 years) those […]

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