We Match People to Home Based Internet Businesses

WeMatchHomeBiz.com has been designed and created for people who are interested in finding a home based business that best suits them. There are literally hundreds, if not thousands, of home based businesses to choose from. We have searched throughout the internet for the very best home based opportunities to match …

Read More »

Christopher Dorner’s Manifesto, In Full

This post was updated at 11:49 a.m. to reflect the entirety of the manifesto. Police this morning have launched a massive manhunt for Christopher Dorner, who is believed to have fatally shot a couple in Irvine earlier this week and a police officer this morning. Prior to the shootings, Dorner …

Read More »

CashBackCat.com Launches Site-Wide 50% more Cash Back Valentine’s Day Promotion.

CashBackCat.com operates as an online shopping portal offering a one-of-a-kind cash back experience where shoppers receive up to 50% cash back when they shop at hundreds of the most respected stores in the world. Current site-wide Valentine’s Day Promotion is being offering through midnight PST February 14 offering giving an …

Read More »

Dr. Martin Luther King assassinated by US govt: King Family civil trial verdict

Dr. Martin Luther King assassinated by US govt: King Family civil trial verdict from my 6-part series: Occupy This: US History exposes the 1%’s crimes then and now “What then is, generally speaking, the truth of history? A fable agreed upon.” – Napoleon Bonaparte [69] Anyone who wants the most …

Read More »

Counting L.A. County’s homeless

By Matt Stevens, Los Angeles Times February 2, 2013, 4:25 p.m. Officials say the L.A. County count is the largest such effort in the country. Local advocates hope this year’s tally will again show a drop, down from 51,000 last time. The glow of ice-colored lights wrapped tightly around the …

Read More »

Eight killed, more than 30 hurt as bus flips

The collision, involving the bus, a truck and a sedan, occurred about 6:30 p.m. Sunday on California 38, a narrow mountain road near Yucaipa. By Julie Cart and Jessica Garrison, Los Angeles Times February 3, 2013, 11:15 p.m. At least eight people were killed Sunday night and more than 30 …

Read More »

Youngest American Woman Billionaire Found With In-N-Out

By Seth Lubove – Feb 3, 2013 11:00 PM CT Lunchtime at the flagship In-N-Out Burger restaurant in Baldwin Park, California, is a study in efficiency. As the order line swells, smiling workers swoop in to operate empty cash registers. Another staffer cleans tables, asking customers if they’re enjoying their …

Read More »

Obama mocked for releasing skeet shoot photo during gun-control debate

By CARL CAMPANILE AP President Obama shoots clay targets on the range at Camp David last August in this photo released Saturday by the White House. He’s full of skeet! Gun owners lampooned President Obama as Elmer Fudd yesterday after the White House released a photo — in the middle …

Read More »

Marijuana Dispensary Ban Repealed by Los Angeles City Council

By Dennis Romero Tue., Oct. 2 2012 at 12:56 PM The L.A. City Council repealed its own pot shop ban today. Woo-hoo!? Facing the choice of letting you vote on overturning the ban or doing so itself following a referendum effort that turned in almost double the number of signatures …

Read More »

L.A. car chase ends with driver inhaling from gas-filled balloons

A driver has been taken into custody after pulling his vehicle to the curb in Panorama City and inhaling gas from as many as 15 balloons while police — with their weapons drawn — watched. The bizarre scene was captured live on television. Cameras showed the man filling a series …

Read More »