Guest Writer Spotlight: Wards of the State – By Robert Socha

Guest Writer Spotlight: Wards of the State – By Robert Socha What happens when we abdicate our responsibility as good citizens to state-run institutions? We become wards of the State, and I fear, based on an experience a few years ago, and the manic imposition of tomfoolery in the wake of 2019, but I digress, that we collectively have accepted […]

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Guest Writer Spotlight: You Won’t Get Truth From Liars

Guest Writer Spotlight: Robert Socha Our patience is exhausted. I have written about this before; this never-ending manipulation of our collective will. Worldwide populations wherewithal has grown weary of the governments’ tyrannous lock-downs, mask-mandates, and vaccine passports. SEE RECENT RELIGION TODAY ARTICLES: Religion Today: Jehovah’s Witnesses’ Year Without Knocking on Doors Religion today: Our Lady of America Rosary Congress – […]

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Guest Writer Spotlight: Corona Cancelled – Part III – The Conclusion

Guest Writer Spotlight: Robert Socha Two weeks ago, I wrote about the cancellation of my anniversary and the severe Orwellian travel restrictions imposed when flying across the country in Part One (1). Last week, I wrote about the cancellation of common sense and personal autonomy with the imposition of irrational, nonsensical, immoral, and ineffective mask mandates in Part Two (2). […]

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Guest Writer Spotlight: Corona Cancelled – Part II

Guest Writer Spotlight: Robert Socha Last week I began a series (1) with my 20th wedding anniversary’s 2020 cancellation being redeemed by a trip to San Antonio with my beloved at the beginning of April 2021 for our 21st. We continue: Leaving San Antonio, I was shocked to witness the homeless encampments, reminiscent of third-world slums, littering the interstates’ underpasses. […]

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Guest Writer Spotlight: Corona Cancelled – Part I

Guest Writer Spotlight: Robert Socha Last year the tyrannical coronavirus shutdowns canceled my 20th-anniversary plans with my bride. That celebration was stolen by malfeasant office holders bent on circumnavigating the law and fiat rule. Thankfully, this year we were able to redeem the celebration by traveling to San Antonio’s Riverwalk. We flew Delta Airlines since our closest major airport is […]

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Liberal Discourse Consists of Cursing and Name Calling: By Robert Socha

Written by Robert Socha The Huffington Post quoted me (1). The quote came from a published reply in the Hillsdale Daily News(2) to a call for my resignation from Hillsdale City Council. “Welcome to the big leagues,” said a friend and mentor when I asked for advice on how to respond to the emails and posts received in the aftermath […]

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OP/ED: …Of Facebook and censorship

Here is a short personal account of Facebook and censorship:   A lot of people don’t realize that in addition to covering breaking stories along with crime, accident and public safety news for Riverside County News Source (RCNS) and Shasta County News Source (SCNS), I also cover community interest stories, business events and news, and state and national headline news, […]

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OP/ED: High-Speed Rail gets millions while California burns & forestry projects get defunded

By Assemblywoman Megan Dahle (R-Bieber)October 16, 2020 The issue of wildfire is one California leaders have neglected for decades and only seem to pay attention to nowadays between the months of May through October, as year after year, our state is devastated by catastrophic fire. Since the beginning of 2020, there have been over 8,400 fires in California that have […]

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OP/ED: Saying there’s “room for improvement”, Menifee PD Chief discusses city’s traffic issues

Room for ImprovementBy: Menifee Police Chief Pat Walsh As we approach the end of our second month as the Menifee Police Department, I am happy to report our staff is performing exceptionally. The moral is high, the solve rate of crime is high and the support of the community is second to none. I have however noticed a trend that […]

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OP/ED: Educational choice is essential in the era of COVID-19 – CA Assemblywoman Megan Dahle

Submitted by Assemblywoman Megan Dahle As school districts in Los Angeles and San Diego have announced their continued closure through the coming fall semester, I am one of many concerned parents that fear this trend could spread statewide. The communities I represent in the First Assembly District overwhelmingly depend on schools to provide meals, care, and a safe place for […]

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