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James Garner Dead at 86 the Golden Age of TV Westerns Loses Another Star

James Garner Dead at 86 the Golden Age of TV Westerns Loses Another Star

Actor James Garner has been reported to be dead at the age of 86 and the golden age of the TV western has lost another star. The six foot two inch tall actor was just one of several young men who starred in television tales of the old west. He did get the jump on […]

California: Where Would the World Be Without It?

California: Where Would the World Be Without It?

California is a booming cultural, social, technological, economic and agricultural hub for the world. The benefits that this one state adds to the rest of the world are truly unique, and if suddenly the world was without it, many people would feel the effects. It is one of the most racially diverse states in America as well […]

James Garner: The Rockford Files and Maverick Star Dead at 86

James Garner:  The Rockford Files and  Maverick Star Dead at 86

Star James Garner, who had two hit television shows a decade apart, Maverick in the 1960′s and The Rockford Files in the 1970′s has been reported dead at the age of 86. TMZ announced the film and television star had been found dead in his Los Angeles home after an ambulance responded to Garner’s residence […]

U.S. News: Guardian Liberty Voice Daily Digest for July 16, 2014

U.S. News: Guardian Liberty Voice Daily Digest for July 16, 2014

The U.S .News Daily Digest from Guardian Liberty Voice for July 16, 2014 starts off with more observations about the plan to subdivide California, and that is just the first in a number of very strange stories. A Pulitzer Prize winning reporter is detained then released at a Texas airport because Border Patrol agents thought […]

California Drought: Why Are People Not Cutting Back?

California Drought: Why Are People Not Cutting Back?

Water is vital for life. A man can go weeks without food but he can typically only survive three days without water. In the past societies have been devastated and it is even likely that the Mayan civilization was wiped out due to a 150 year drought. Yet Californians are living in a declared state […]

California Six State Split Might Make Ballot

California Six State Split Might Make Ballot

A proposal by a wealthy California venture capitalist to split the state into six separate states might actually make it to the 2016 ballot for voters to decide. Many say it is unlikely to get that far, but the billionaire said he has gained the signatures needed to make it happen. A Reuters tweet detailed […]

Church Members Torture Boy Make Him Dig His Own Grave

Church Members Torture Boy Make Him Dig His Own Grave

A pastor and two of his members pleaded guilty after torturing a 13-year-old boy who sexually assaulted his younger sister. Lonny Lee Remmers is pastor of the Heart of Worship Community Church in Corona, California. The small church consisted of about 20 members at any one time who met in places around Corona, including Remmers’ home […]

US News: Guardian Liberty Voice Daily Digest for July 15, 2014

US News: Guardian Liberty Voice Daily Digest for July 15, 2014

The US News Daily Digest from Guardian Liberty Voice for July 15, 2014 leads off with an attempt to reverse a Colorado court that has ruled the state’s anti-gay marriage amendment unconstitutional, while Utah awaits a Supreme Court decision on their version of the same amendment. California is now facing a 2016 referendum that would break up the […]

California: Not 50 States Anymore

California: Not 50 States Anymore

It was only a matter of time, perhaps, until the 50 states became not the 50 states. Years ago, there had to be people who thought, “50 is a stupid number. America should stay 48 states.” But progress is sometimes the accumulation of numbers and California seems set to deliberate on whether America will remain […]

Canadians Presented Brilliant Romeo and Juliet Ballet in Los Angeles

Canadians Presented Brilliant Romeo and Juliet Ballet in Los Angeles

Romeo and Juliet can either be breathtakingly beautiful or overly melodramatic. However, as presented by the National Ballet of Canada at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles Sunday, Romeo and Juliet was the beautifully enacted tale of teen lovers dealing with controlling parents and social norms with brilliant pas de deux work, fun character […]

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