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This week, 44 former U.S. Senators delivered a superbly written letter to the United States government in an attempt to restore many of the principles that have prevailed since America was founded in the 18th century.

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You know you’ve got a problem when your tax schemes are even being rejected by the French. While there’s always a danger in reducing the causes of political unrest to a single issue, the plan to impose yet another regressive $9 billion annual carbon tax proved to be a catalyst for the “yello…

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For quite awhile this year, it seemed like open season on kidney dialysis patients, the more than 66,000 Californians who depend for life after kidney failure on getting their blood cleansed during sessions of three or more hours three times a week.

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Yes, it’s true that their party just won the House majority and more House seats, 40, than in any election since 1974 (and with the increasing likelihood of a new election in North Carolina’s 9th Con­­gressional District after confirmed reports of Re­pub­­lic­an election fraud there, maybe 4…

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This morning Google told me that it would not allow my YouTube video “Socialism Leads to Violence” to be viewed by young people. It violates “community guidelines,” said the company in a computer-generated email.

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From across California, the obituaries for the California Republican Party have come thick and fast ever since the November election. After all, the GOP’s onetime national stronghold in Orange County now lacks even a single Republican in Congress.

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A recent Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation survey found that 51 percent of American millennials would rather live in a socialist or communist country than in a capitalist country. Only 42 percent prefer the latter (http://tinyurl.com/ybsejy3f). Twenty-five percent of millennials who k…

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In a long-awaited, enormous news burst, the Russia probe special counsel, Robert S. Mueller, on Tuesday, released documents commending Michael Flynn for his “substantial assistance” in three ongoing investigations.

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Are we going to have a full-blown trade war with China, and maybe the rest of the world? Nobody knows — because it all depends on the whims of one man. And Tariff Man is ignorant, volatile and delusional.

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The press in America is even worse than we imagine. We sense that they’re biased and stunningly incompetent. They are those things, but so much more. Our media’s version of the news is mathematically and precisely the opposite of the truth.

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The stock market is always erratic, but when the Dow Jones plummets almost 800 points – 3.1% — it produces a lot of anxiety for anyone who has invested in stocks.

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Lying has become a growth industry as the Robert S. Mueller Russia probe continues to investigate person after person in a difficult quest for some truths.

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After spending months complaining about the disparity between the United States and other nations’ duties, along with the unfair treatment of U.S. exporters, President Trump is once again threatening to pull the plug on one of the best tariff-equalizing deals ever made: the North American Fr…

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About a month from today, a new governor will sit in the state Capitol’s “horseshoe” suite and face some problems that not even the hyper-active and often contemptuous soon-to-be-ex-Gov. Jerry Brown could solve.

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Masten Space Systems, Mojave, is one of nine companies, ranging from start-ups to aerospace giants, to be eligible for future NASA contracts to deliver payloads to the moon’s surface.

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At the beginning of his long and well-lived life, George Herbert Walker Bush, who in politics was always prosaic, acquired, by way of a grandfather, the name of a British poet and priest (George Herbert, 1593-1633). He acquired much else from family inheritance.

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In Saturday’s edition, a front page story diagnosed more of the Antelope Valley Hospital’s symp­toms and the pros­pects are increasingly dire.

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In spite of continued attempts, either mis­guid­ed or malevolent — or both — by national lead­ers to undermine public trust and confidence in the Amer­ican free press and free elections, the United States’ model of political and individual freedom has in­spired billions around the planet. Ba…

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Michael Cohen’s guilty plea Thursday that he lied to Congress about Donald Trump’s interests in building a Moscow tower comes as little surprise — everyone attached to this administration seems to lie with ease. And yet it’s explosive news in the carnival kingdom of liars, crooks and thieves.

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More than a year before he won election as California’s next governor, Gov.-elect Gavin Newsom did not hesitate for a moment when asked what’s California’s biggest problem. “Income inequality,” he said in an interview then.

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What do you think of the proposition that no black youngsters should be saved from educational rot until all can be saved? Black people cannot afford to accept such a proposition. Actions by the education establishment, black and white liberal politicians, and some civil rights organizations…

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If President Donald Trump were paid a dime every time critics call his anti-illegal immigration policy “racist,” he’d double his net worth. Never mind that at one time, President Bill Clinton, former Democratic Senate Leader Harry Reid, former Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., and Sen. Dianne Feins…