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Oxnard: Millions in SB1 gas tax fees spent; OX HS Aces Academic Decathlon; Arts Hub Plan Advances

Oxnard: Millions in SB1 gas tax fees spent; OX HS Aces Academic Decathlon; Arts Hub Plan Advances

By George Miller At the 4-17-18 Oxnard City Council Meeting: Road paving plan to spend SB1 gas tax money on road work was approved, will be $3.4 million+ /year. It took an hour and a half to present and discuss the interesting downtown arts hub 5 year rough plan, some rules and approve it. Council […]

Barbara Bush, wife and mother of U.S. Presidents, Dies

Barbara Bush, wife and mother of U.S. Presidents, Dies

By Victor Morton – The Washington Times – Updated: 8:07 p.m. e.t. on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 Former first lady Barbara Bush died Tuesday, just two days after ending her hospitalization. She was 92. Her death was confirmed by a statement from the office of her husband of 73 years, former President George H.W. Bush. Mrs. Bush was one of two women in American […]

Quarterly business/members meeting, Featuring Tim Ferreira – Libertarian Candidate for Lt Governor!

Quarterly business/members meeting, Featuring Tim Ferreira – Libertarian Candidate for Lt Governor!

Save the date! You will not want to miss our Spring meeting on Wednesday evening, April 18, 2018 at Topper’s Pizza, 495 Arneill Road in Camarillo. This will be a quarterly business meeting for members to get caught up on LPVC business and also hear a special speaker. All Friends of the LPVC and the general public are invited as well. Our […]

Sheriff candidate in court fight Wednesday to get on VC ballot

Sheriff candidate in court fight Wednesday to get on VC ballot

Bruce Boyer campaign for Ventura County Sheriff: 4-16-2018   Bruce Boyer, candidate for Ventura County Sheriff as represented by attorney Joel Farkas has a hearing scheduled for April 18th Dept 41, Ventura County Superior Court, on his request for a writ of mandate that he, as he is a fully filed candidate, be placed on […]

Oxnard Police Chief advances public safety initiative; public comments on recall; Earth Day this Saturday

Oxnard Police Chief advances public safety initiative; public comments on recall; Earth Day this Saturday

By George Miller On 4-10-18, the Oxnard City Council heard and approved a resolution supporting Reducing Crime and Keeping California Safe Act of 2018 to reverse past loosening of crime classification and penalties; adopted a resolution supporting State Propositions 68 (drought water, park, drought funding. Includes acquiring coastal power plants) and 69 (public transit) in the […]

Oxnard Council Recall?

Oxnard Council Recall?

By George Miller   Editor’s note: originally published June 13, 2017, but still relevant. Aaron Starr’s Moving Oxnard Forward wants to recall four of the five Oxnard Council Members and has begun the process. The main reason given is the Council vote to increase wastewater rates. If I was going to demand a recall of […]

Troops to border, fighting the sanctuary state- Look At News Daily  (March 31-April 6/Day 71-77) Week 11

Troops to border, fighting the sanctuary state- Look At News Daily  (March 31-April 6/Day 71-77) Week 11

By Michael Hernandez March 31 (Saturday): Day 71 President Trump:  Amazon costing Postal Service “billions of dollars” President Trump reignited his feud with Amazon on Saturday arguing that the online retailer’s “scam” shipping deal with the U.S. Postal Service is costing the agency “billions of dollars.” “It is reported that the U.S. Post Office will […]

Oxnard special election mayoral race

Oxnard special election mayoral race

By George Miller   With vote by mail ballots shortly going out for the Oxnard May 1 recall election, it’s decision time for voters. They should be asking themselves, are we better off than we were 2, 4, or 6 years ago?  If the answer is no, it may be time for a change. But […]

Oxnard Treasurer and Mayoral candidate attacked on CPA license

Oxnard Treasurer and Mayoral candidate attacked on CPA license

By George Miller There has been much political battling in Oxnard, including personal attacks on special election candidates, including plenty of mudslinging. Controversial and aggressive Oxnard Treasurer Phil Molina has also been attacked, even though he is not running for office. He has challenged various City financial norms he says are unacceptable and some powerful […]

Movieguide’s Ted Baehr on Conservative Movies and the ‘Complete Duplicity’ of Hollywood

Movieguide’s Ted Baehr on Conservative Movies and the ‘Complete Duplicity’ of Hollywood

By Mark Judge Family-friendly and faith-based movies make money. If Hollywood wants to make money it should make more of them.      That’s a simple truth argued by Ted Baehr, the editor and publisher of Movieguide, the website that offers coverage of Hollywood from a conservative Christian perspective. Each year Baher presents the Movieguide Awards, given […]

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