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It All Comes Back to NATO

When the Bush Administration announced in 2008 that Ukraine and Georgia would be eligible for NATO membership, I knew it was a terrible idea. Nearly two decades after the end of both the Warsaw Pact and the Cold War, expanding NATO made no sense. NATO itself made no sense.

Don’t Look To California For Healthcare Reform

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders has been unable to advance a top-down, government takeover of our nation’s health care system, so like-minded California lawmakers attempted a state version that would have ended private health insurance, forced Medicare participants into a new experimental system, and put the government in charge of Californian’s health care.

‘Worst Experience of My Life’: Early Vax Adopters Suffer Injuries, Struggle to Get Proper Care

Dr. Danice Hertz remembers vividly the day she got a COVID-19 vaccine.

Boon-Docking Communities See Surge of New Arrivals as Housing Prices Soar

At age 63, Tom, a retired clerical worker, wasn’t planning to live out his golden years in the back seat of an old beater car in Arizona’s Sonoran Desert.

California Schools Punishing Students for Conduct Teachers Do: School Board Member Speaks Out Against District’s COVID Mandate Hypocrisy

After parents pushed back on COVID-19 policies, they discovered California school administrators were cracking down on formerly-allowed mesh masks, punishing students for behavior teachers are allowed to do.

Southern California Gas Prices Rise to Record Highs

The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in Los Angeles and Orange counties both rose to record highs Feb. 4 because of the switch to summer-blend gasoline and higher oil prices.

California Parents Outraged Over Bill That Allows Vaxxing of 12-Year-Olds Without Parental Consent

Parents in California are pushing back against a proposed bill that would circumvent the need for parental consent for medical treatment, namely the COVID-19 vaccination.

Tax-Doubling Universal Health Care Bill ‘AB 1400’ Passes Assembly Appropriations Committee in California: ‘CalCare’

Single-payer health care system in California receives approval, setting the bill up for debate on the Assembly floor next week.

Attorney and Holocaust Survivor Stop Vax Passports in Orange County, California

California and New York were the first areas in the country to take steps toward vaccine passports last year. New York City implemented it, but Orange County didn’t, thanks to the efforts of human rights Attorney Leigh Dundas and holocaust survivor Vera Sharav.

CA School Board President Abruptly Ends Meeting Because of ‘Incorrectly Worn’ Masks in Audience—Fellow Board Member Says ‘From My Vantage Point Everyone Was in...

Board member provides American Faith with lengthy statement condemning district board president's actions: "I would like to encourage every member of the community, and if you are on a school board, to fight back."

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