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Articles from the January 4, 2021 edition

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  • U.S. Military is Adding True-Life Ray Guns to its Arsenal

    John Grimaldi, Association of Mature American Citizens|Jan 4, 2021

    'Buck Rogers' weapons are becoming a reality, says AMAC WASHINGTON, DC, Dec 31 -- "No kidding, our troops are getting genuine ray guns to use against an enemy attack. They are not the kind that Buck Rogers had back in the day; they are sophisticated defensive laser weapons," reports the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC]. Lt. Gen. Paul Ostrowski recently revealed that by 2022 the Army will add a 50-kilowatt mobile laser weapon to its active duty arsenal. Ostrowski is the principal...

  • Have US Politicians Stolen Money from Social Security? Actually, No

    Russel Gloor, Association of Mature American Citizens|Jan 4, 2021

    Ask Rusty – About Repaying Social Security Money Taken by Politicians Dear Rusty: It is common knowledge that over the decades politicians have taken billions if not trillions of dollars out of the Social Security fund to finance other government programs. This information is never published or addressed and having the government repay this money back to SS is never discussed, as it seems to be the most logical solution. When the SS program is financially viable again, future changes to the p...

  • Deputies Lose in Court to Gascon, and He gives Biden-esque Phony Message of Healing and Unity

    Corva Corvax, A Logical Opinion|Jan 4, 2021

    UPDATE: The Association of Deputy District Attorneys dispute Gascon's interpretation of today's court ruling as a victory. In fact, says the ADDA, the court ordered Gascon to show cause why an injunction against his behavior should not be issued. Gascon has until January 15 to file papers supporting his position, and a hearing will be held on February 2, 2021. December 30, 2020 After a month of suffering under the radical leadership of new Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon, the...

  • Egghead Berkeley and Stanford Law Professors Lash Out to Protect Gascon From His Deputy District Attorneys

    Corva Corvax, A Logical Opinion|Jan 4, 2021

    A group of law professors from prominent, left-leaning California law schools sent out a press release preemptively striking against a yet-to-be-filed lawsuit by the Los Angeles Association of Deputy District Attorneys against newly installed District Attorney George Gascon. The press release claims the ADDA will not prevail in their coming restraining order against Gascon to prevent him from forcing his deputies to drop sentencing enhancements in charging criminal defendants. Furthermore, the...

  • Why Aren't California Officials Mobilizing More Hospital Beds? Newsom Does Not Explain in His Presser

    Alyssa Erdley, News with Attitude|Jan 4, 2021

    According to the World Health Organization, the purpose of a lockdown should only be "to buy you time to reorganize, regroup, rebalance your resources, protect your health workers who are exhausted," as stated by Dr. David Nabarro, WHO envoy. Yet California officials have squandered the past three weeks of curfew and Stay Home Orders, mobilizing no more than 3,000 additional possible hospital beds. Meanwhile, they forced 40 million people to curtail their daily lives and made many more lose...

  • Newsom Always Knew We Would Be Curfewed and Restricted for More than Three Weeks

    Alyssa Erdley, News with Attitude|Jan 4, 2021

    The state's Stay Home Order has been extended past the 3-week term originally given at the beginning of December. This is no surprise. Officials warned us when they instituted the additional restrictions on activities that the Stay Home Orders would automatically extend so long as ICU capacity fell or remained below 15% for a region. Los Angeles County currently claims to be at 0.0% capacity in the area's hospital ICUs. By now, California residents are used to officials promising one thing and...