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Apocalypse Now

by Gregory J. Welborn I just finished a great history of WWII and happened to watch a cable rerun of The Monuments Men.…

Cartoonist Chip Bok:  Root causes of terrorism

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Root causes of terrorism

Chip Bok, Bokbluster.com February 26, 2015   Marie Harf at the State Department said her concerns for the “root causes” of terrorism are…

State Official Demands CEO of Private Firm Justify Salary

State Official Demands CEO of Private Firm Justify Salary

By Stephen Frank State Controller Betty T. Yee today called on Southern California Edison and Edison International to justify executive pay at the…

People Believe That Government Wastes Money Because It Does

People Believe That Government Wastes Money Because It Does

By Jon Coupal According to a 2014 Gallup poll, Americans believe that their state government wastes 42 cents of every tax dollar. However,…

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Changing definitions of dissent- Patriotism and ___?

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Changing definitions of dissent- Patriotism and ___?

Chip Bok, Bokbluster.com February 24, 2015      Rudy Giuliani has backed off his claim that President Obama doesn’t love his country. Rudy now…

Happy Birthday to the father of our country

Happy Birthday to the father of our country

By Dave Meyer   Father of our Country President George Washington  Guest essay by Dave Meyer It was December 1777. The Continental Army had…

Cartoonist Chip Bok:  Snow Jump

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Snow Jump

Chip Bok, Bokbluster.com February 21, 2015      If it doesn’t snow anymore that’s anthropogenic climate change. If it does snow, well, that’s climate…

Gas Tax Increase Despite Budget Surplus

Gas Tax Increase Despite Budget Surplus

Recently, California has been enjoying benefits of low gas prices at the pump. Unfortunately, this positive climate won’t last too much longer if…

Jobs For Jihadis–Really?

Jobs For Jihadis–Really?

By Gregory J. Welborn President Obama headlined the White House Conference on Violent Extremism with an impassioned call for jobs, more jobs and…

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By George Miller The Oxnard City Council honored Joanna Gentry, accepted reports on: EDCO on business development (see separate article next week), Metrolink disaster report (see other article), Senior Commission, Development…

By George Miller The Oxnard City Council introduced discussion on the tragic Metrolink crash and the Rice 5th St. crossing. Fire Chief Williams and Assistant Police Chief Jason Benitez.…

By George Miller Oxnard City Manager Greg Nyhoff announced that Oxnard will be holding its first overall Community Forum in recent memory, with the objectives of: 1. Enhancing…

By Logan McFadden At the regular semi-monthly City Council meeting on Wednesday, February 25th, Mayor Bill Little presented a City Tile to the family of Jimmie Palacio in…

District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that no charges will be filed at this time against Jose Alejandro Sanchez-Ramirez in connection with the February 24, 2015, Metrolink…

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Cap-And-Trade Costs California Businesses $1 billion

Cap-And-Trade Costs California Businesses $1 billion

By Michael Bastasch California businesses paid a whopping $1 billion this year buying permits to comply with the state’s cap-and-trade law — the largest sale recorded since the state began…

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Good News and Bad News from Colt

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Good News and Bad News from Colt

By L. Neil Smith Certain inventions are perfect to begin with, and remain useful for decades—or even centuries. Examples include the gladius, the humble instrument with which the…

CA could tap new water regulations

CA could tap new water regulations

by James Poulos Struggling to get ahead of California’s continuing drought, officials in Sacramento have turned their attention to proposals that would crack down on water use. The latest…

Dock strife boosted political spending

Dock strife boosted political spending

by Steve Miller . The work dispute between West Coast longshore workers and the major shipping companies may be headed for peace. But the most recent chapter of…

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