Voters’ guides should carry a warning: “Just vote no unless you are certain a proposal will benefit you, not a political elite of one kind of another.”
It might be tempting for law-and-order advocates to think that DA Chesa Boudin’s recall marks a shift towards more meaningful crime prevention. A broader view of San Francisco realities does not support such hopes at this time.
Famously, the U.S. has the highest age-adjusted rate of firearms homicides per 100,000 population among developed higher-income nations. The U.S. should have a new slogan: MACA: Make America Civil Again.
Conservatives need to show they are aware that if abortions are completely banned, doctors might have to decide who gets killed – Mom or Baby – and whether or not to risk their medical career by not letting Mom die.
Today’s political battles are about preserving our Constitutional Republic or abandoning it in preference of a Marxist-based democracy. States like California or New York have already chosen Marxism. Swing states like North Caroline are still waging war.
George Soros, founder of Open Society Foundations, once said, “The main obstacle to a stable and just world order is the United States.” His many quotable quotes clearly explain what Soros wants.
CBDC is not like Bitcoin or Stablecoin or any other form of private digital currency in existence today. CBDC is government issued, and government controlled to stay in concert with government objectives.
“Hypocrisy Abounds in Russia and US”: Article by Paul Lovinger on Antiwar.com asks if there is a difference between Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and U.S. invasion of Libya or Iraq
North Carolina’s Dr. Ralph Baric is praised for his cutting-edge SARS-CoV-2 research, but not without controversy.
Like liberty, self worth is God given. You either find it in yourself or, to your detriment, you wait for others to decide to give it to you or not. Merry Christmas!
The Just Vote No Blog recommends Hardfire TV with host Cameron Weber for engaging, liberty-leaning discussions.
Erik Frankel ran for a seat in the Brooklyn District 38 Council. His main opponent’s day job was to distribute money from a nonprofit. Guess who won?
The Just Vote No Blog moved to North Carolina from California October 2021. This article is a personal first impression of the state. North Carolina is a beautiful place, and generally the people are nice!
Thank you to Steve Frank, publisher of the California Political News and Views for publishing my adieu to California. Our family has joined the exodus out of a state we once loved.
U.S. workers, many of whom worked to provide us with goods and services at the height of the pandemic, are now being threatened with termination if they refuse to abide by vaccine mandates. Not all are quietly acquiescing.
The correct response to the sunk-cost dilemma is to realistically evaluate the situation. If most variables are not conducive to success, get out – mitigate as best you can, but get out.
On July 20, Senate Bill 2391 was introduced and celebrated as Congress reclaiming the war powers granted to it by the Constitution. The Bill only reforms how Congress can continue to dodge its war power duties.
Thank you to Steve Frank of California Political News and Views for publishing my article on “slow streets.” These streets, closed to vehicular traffic, at present affect only some neighborhoods. How long until they affect all neighborhoods? Marcy Berry JVN Website Editor.
Senator Rand Paul was again in the news pillorying Dr. Anthony Fauci with questions on COVID-19. That is exactly what is needed. The prescribed narratives are losing their credibility.
There are two Generation C. One is the Covid Generation, and the other the Connected Generation. They are different in age and general attributes, but share one crucial trait: trust in the establishment.
President Joe Biden is considering grants to schools that include critical race theory in their curriculum. Some parents are calling CRT “obsession with race.”
Guaranteed income pilot programs, emerging throughout California, are being promoted as remedy for the state’s significant income gap. Taxpayers need to read the fine print.
Science can be pretty fungible. It can evolve fast and it can be manipulated. Old cigarette ads touting the medicinal qualities of tobacco serve as examples.
Some stories never die. Such is the case of IBM’s foray into the personal computer market. Bill Gates was there to help, as well as hinder.
Proposals: the outsized response to Covid-19 be a contribution to April 1; celebrations include not only ordinary individuals, but also Wall Street darlings, public servants, and respected professionals; the day be renamed Useful Fools Day.
Alison Collins, S.F. School Board Vice President, is the latest official caught in today’s endless uproar about race. Petition for her removal is in full swing.