Senator Bogh discusses IE Caucus, transportation infrastructure funding, ongoing projects

IE Caucus Works to Secure Transportation Infrastructure Funding for the Inland Empire – By Senator Rosilicie Ochoa Bogh The Inland Empire is one of the fastest growing regions in the state, experiencing dramatic growth in both population and the movement of goods in recent years. This growth has created significant competition for space on our roads and highways between trucks […]

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Legislation Designed to Control You – By Robert Socha

Election year politics are ramping up, and the political shenanigans are intensifying in a continued coordinated effort to curtail our liberty. Nowhere are the blatant usurpations of personal autonomy more directly imperiled than in the late-great state of California, Colorado and Maryland. First, as a native Californian, I take significant exception to the legislature’s gall introducing bills that would negate […]

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Exploring Shasta County History: A Hidden Highway Under Whiskeytown Lake?

The Shasta to Weaverville Road or the Weaverville to Shasta Road has been well traveled by pack trains since 1850. It was often deemed as a “hard road to travel”. However, developing this trail into a wagon road was a slow process until it was debated by the California Legislature in the State Assembly and the route was finally authorized […]

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A Scar on the Nation’s Character – By Robert Socha

Two years ago, before the world capitulated to Chinese bio-warfare, my first piece was published here. I wrote against the insanity in Romans chapter one; Paul warned us. Yet, here we are, two years later, the madness continues and has escalated! Shamefully, the University of Pennsylvania has abandoned reason, and the NCAA and Ivy Group Conference have collectively lost their cognitive […]

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Guest Writer Spotlight: “Saddlebag Preacher” Francis Asbury and his contributions to early America – By Al DeFilippo

Guest Writer Spotlight: “Saddlebag Preacher” Francis Asbury and his contributions to early America – By Al DeFilippo In America today there can be found hundreds of churches, along with dozens of elementary, middle, and high schools, along with colleges and even cities named after Francis Asbury, an American hero and itinerant preacher from England, who, on the verge of the […]

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Something To Think About – By Robert Socha

Global headlines are shocking. International events are precipitating the run-up to fulfill end-time Biblical prophecy. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is a terrible scourge on international relations, nascent to WWIII if calmer heads do not prevail. And I don’t believe Putin to be the only bad actor in this quagmire. Russia, Ukraine, and Hungary are all major wheat exporters, and all have […]

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Canada’s Trudeau: A Modern Day Hitler – By Robert Socha

This past weekend of February 19-20, 2022, has witnessed a terrible blow to Liberty. Hitler would have been impressed by the alacrity which compelled Canada’s paramilitary units to beat and squash the peaceful protesters who turned Quebec into gridlock. I wrote about the brownshirt mentality before but hoped I would not have to witness it. Yet, here we are, observing […]

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