Music’s Influence On Our Children

By Jacque Napier For thousands of years music has always played an important role in all cultures. Rather it be a part of ritual or entertainment, music’s presence in history has been strong and is […]


The Hypocrisy Of NFL Players

By Richard Brinkley Colin Kaepernick first disrespected our flag, our National Anthem, our active duty military and veterans by claiming he was protesting police behavior against blacks and oppression of minorities in the United States. […]


Lasley On Keystone Pipeline: Sunday Comic

Cartoonist/artist Richard Lasley is a native of Southern California, who attended Ventura College and the Art Center School of Los Angeles for Illustration and Design. He has worked as a freelance artist for many agencies […]


God Help Us……

By Richard Brinkley Christiana Figueres, executive secretary of the U.N.’s Framework Convention on Climate Change, admitted that the goal of environmental activists is to change the economic model of the world, i.e., destroy capitalism, not […]

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Right to Work: My day at the Capitol

By Kristi Lacroix Unless you have been living under a rock for the past week, you have undoubtedly been inundated with news about Wisconsin becoming the 25th Right to Work State. Unfortunately, most of the news […]