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BY DON SORCHYCH  | October 14, 2015

Roadhouse escapes | Say NO to CCUSD money demands

Looks like the Roadhouse folks got off the hook. Recall they were cited for putting a patio on town property and not getting a permit. The charges were criminal and no doubt entered the court “pleading for mercy” because it is likely Roadhouse would have lost its liquor license. And, oh my, wouldn’t that have been terrible? No, it is called justice.

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By Alan Korwin   |  October 14, 2015

Method for Stopping Shooting Rampages Emerges

Hard evidence -- not doctor theories, news commentary, conjecture, hyperbole, rumor, innuendo or any other proposals -- clearly shows that the only known way to actually stop spree murderers is to shoot them -- or scare them into shooting themselves. Time and again society has found this works.

By Frosty Wooldridge   |  October 14, 2015

Prepare for a different America: It's coming fast

With the projected importation of 200,000 Syrian Muslim refugees and continued 1.2 million legal immigrants annually along with the average 500,000 illegal migrants each year—within 30 years, we expect an added 100,000,000 (million) third world refugees. If not stopped, you must prepare for a different society: hundreds of competing languages, multiple worldviews and hundreds of incompatible cultures struggling within American society.

By Lawrence Sellin, PhD   |  October 14, 2015

Bergdahl case: U.S. Army as Obama’s political lapdog?

On the night of June 30, 2009, then Army Private First Class Bowe Bergdahl went missing. On July 2, 2009, the Pentagon said that Bergdahl had walked off his base in eastern Afghanistan with three Afghan counterparts and was believed to have been taken prisoner. Bergdahl's commanding officers said that a vigorous, but unsuccessful 45-day search for Bergdahl put soldiers in danger. During his nearly five years as a captive of the Taliban, the Army twice promoted Bergdahl, first to the rank of specialist in June 2010, then to the rank of sergeant in June 2011. On May 31, 2014, Bergdahl was released from captivity in exchange for five senior Taliban commanders held at Guantanamo Bay in a controversial deal negotiated by the Obama Administration.

By Merrill Matthews    |  October 14, 2015

Protecting us from an agency created to protect us

Unaccountable government will be one of President Obama's most regrettable legacies. And the number one candidate for the model of unaccountable government? The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, which just passed its fifth anniversary.