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Federal Bureaucrats To The Public: Be Afraid!

Authored by Ryan McMaken via The Mises Institute, States have always thrived on the fear of the taxpayers, and states have always justified their existence in part on the idea that without the state, we'd all be overrun by barbarians, or murdered by our neighbors. Show More Summary

Errol Spence Jr. wins IBF welterweight title by stopping Kell Brook in 11th round

Kell Brook lost his IBF welterweight belt when American challenger Errol Spence Jr. stopped him in the 11th round on Saturday. Backed by most of the 27,000 spectators at Bramall Lane in his hometown, Brook met Spence on even terms in the first eight rounds. But Brook's left eye began to swell,...

Entrepreneur Mag Top 500 Franchise List for 2017

If you are looking to buy a franchise and have read my post on “How to Vet a Franchise,” you will most certainly want to know the 2017 Top 500 Franchises according to Entrepreneur Magazine. Check out the Entrepreneur Site to see theShow More Summary

Dodgers Notes: Justin Turner, eligible to return from DL on Monday, will wait

LOS ANGELES — Justin Turner is eligible to return from the disabled list on Monday. The Dodgers, though, will not activate the veteran third baseman. Turner, who was placed on the 10-day DL on May 19 for a Grade I strained right hamstring, will need at least one minor league rehabilitation assignment before he returns […]

Albert Edwards: "What On Earth Is Going On With US Wages"

When Albert Edwards predicted in late 2016 that a surge in wage inflation was imminent, we were confused by this prediction from the world's preeminent deflationist: after all, not only had not a single economic indicator validated a...Show More Summary

Track modifications hope to put competitive spin on Coca-Cola 600

What does Martin Truex Jr. do when the pursuit of perfection becomes redundant? The odds will be overwhelmingly against him in the Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway on Sunday night. Truex led 392 of 400 laps last year, setting a record for miles led in a NASCAR Cup race and shattering...

Man robbed outside La Habra gas station

LA HABRA Three attackers robbed another man outside a La Habra gas station early Saturday morning, police said. The crime took place shortly after 1 a.m. after the victim stopped to use a restroom at a gas station at La Habra Boulevard and Idaho Street, La Habra police Lt. Clint Angle said. “Upon exiting, the […]

Orange Unified school board renews El Rancho charter

El Rancho Charter School’s agreement with the Orange Unified School District to operate the campus was renewed Thursday, May 25 by the school board. Board members split 4-3 on approving the charter that has been causing controversy the last two months. The majority adopted the charter as submitted by the school. Staff had suggested renewing the agreement as […]

Roger Moore Back as Bond

Roger Moore is back as James Bond! What if Daniel Craig was not Bond and Roger Moore was the current 007. Roger Moore Back as Bond! What if… Spectre Trailer The post Roger Moore Back as Bond appeared first on The Big Picture.

On deck: Angels at Marlins, Sunday, 10 a.m.

ANGELS at MARLINS When: Sunday, 10 a.m. Where: Marlins Park TV: Fox Sports West THE PITCHERS ANGELS RHP MATT SHOEMAKER (4-2, 3.97) vs. Marlins: 1-0, 0.00 At Marlins Park: First game Hates to face: None Loves to face: None MARLINS RHP JOSE UREÑA (2-2, 3.08) vs. Angels: First game At Marlins Park: 2-11, 4.51 Hates […]

J.C. Ramirez dominates again in Angels’ victory over Marlins

MIAMI — Say it now … J.C. Ramirez is the Angels’ best starting pitcher. Ramirez has now pitched well enough, for long enough, that he’s gone well beyond simply being a “capable replacement” in the Angels’ injury-marred rotation. Ramirez allowed just one unearned run in seven innings in the Angels’ 5-2 victory over the Miami […]

The Golden Conspiracy

Authored by Jim Rickards via The Daily Reckoning blog, Is there gold price manipulation going on? Absolutely. There’s no question about it. That’s not just an opinion. There is statistical evidence piling up to make the case, in addition to anecdotal evidence and forensic evidence. Show More Summary

Saturday PS: Is your journey really necessary?

APOLOGIES for the tardy appearance today – a power cut meant that the darkest Mid-Sussex to which I habitually refer was less metaphorical than usual. It is customary at this point for the writer to lament how dependent we have...


A brief video of historian D. Scott Hartwig at the Gettysburg battlefield. Some of the best videos are informal. Here's tour guide Gary Kross describing what happened at Little Round Top, a key part of the battlefield.

Garden Grove Strawberry Festival draws thousands

The festival continues through Monday, May 29, until 9 p.m. in downtown Garden Grove. Admission is free.

Top of the order is in fine form during Angels' 5-2 victory over the Marlins

The top three batters in the lineup reached base three times apiece as the Angels raced past Miami, 5-2, on Saturday afternoon at Marlins Park. Cameron Maybin, Andrelton Simmons and Mike Trout each had one extra-base hit, one single and drew one walk. Two batters in, Mike Trout received a fastball...

AlphaGo’s Designers Explore New AI After Winning Big in China

Google's DeepMind lab is retiring its Go-playing machine as researchers eye a much bigger future. The post AlphaGo's Designers Explore New AI After Winning Big in China appeared first on WIRED.

2-year-old boy dies in traffic collision in Westminster, police say

WESTMINSTER A 2-year-old boy died Saturday morning, May 27, after he was hit by a vehicle, though details on what happened are still trying to be determined, police said. Police received a call about 8:48 a.m. that the boy had been injured in a traffic collision in the 7900 block of 21st Street, a residential neighborhood in […]

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