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Bryan Caforio Announces Run for California’s 25th Congressional District

Bryan Caforio Announces Run for California’s 25th Congressional District

Caforio announces 2018 campaign among hundreds of local leaders, friends, and neighbors  Today, Bryan Caforio announced his candidacy for Congress. At the largest kick-off in the history of the 25th Congressional District, local leaders and supporters sent a clear message that Caforio will be a champion for the people of this district and will provide […]

Actor Antonio Sabato Jr. to run for Congress in California

Actor Antonio Sabato Jr. to run for Congress in California

LOS ANGELES — Actor Antonio Sabato Jr. is running for Congress, challenging Rep. Julia Brownley, a Democrat who represents the southern central coast of California and most of Ventura County, according to documents filed Monday with the Federal Election Commission. Attempts to reach the Republican candidate were unsuccessful Monday, but GOP strategist Charles Moran, who […]

Conejo Valley Republican City Club–Council Candidate to Speak

Conejo Valley Republican City Club–Council Candidate to Speak

The Conejo Valley Republican City Club will meet at 6 PM on May 10th at Mimi’s Cafe, 400 N. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360.  Dr. Kevin McNamee, a candidate for the Thousand Oaks City Council, will speak. All are welcome to have dinner and meet other Republicans. For more information, contact Alan Munson at […]

Conservative supporters cheer President Trump and Vice President Pence at CPAC

Conservative supporters cheer President Trump and Vice President Pence at CPAC

By Michael Hernandez President Trump:  “We are the future of the Republican Party” “Now you finally have a president, finally.  Took you a long time,” said President Donald J. Trump to his cheering supporters at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Maryland on Friday. President Trump vowed to keep his campaign promises, specifically to […]

Is it plausible that non-citizen votes account for the entire margin of Trump’s popular vote loss to Clinton?

Is it plausible that non-citizen votes account for the entire margin of Trump’s popular vote loss to Clinton?

By Dr. Jesse Richmond January 24, 2017. Although Press Secretary Sean Spicer claimed today that millions voted illegally in the November 2016 election, on November 28, 2016 I published the following statement indicating that our analysis does not support his claim. Since then, no new data, facts or analyses have emerged that require us to […]

Donald J. Trump sworn as 45th president

Donald J. Trump sworn as 45th president

Donald John Trump, first dismissed as a stuntman, then a nuisance, then a threat to the political order, took the oath of office Friday to become the 45th president of the United States, ushering in one of the most compelling administrations in history. Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. administered the oath at noon, just […]

Election results- November 8, 2016

Election results- November 8, 2016

 

Molina is new Oxnard Treasurer-elect; Madrigal takes Council race

Molina is new Oxnard Treasurer-elect; Madrigal takes Council race

By George Miller Well, it’s finally over. Ventura County Election Div. closed out the election and is in a position to certify the results. It was a roller coaster for weeks while absentee and provisional ballots were vetted and counted and leads shifted. Phil Molina has won the Treasuer’s race and Oscar Madrigal grabbed the […]

Oxnard: Council candidate Madrigal pulls ahead of Starr; Molina widens Treasurer lead

Oxnard: Council candidate Madrigal pulls ahead of Starr; Molina widens Treasurer lead

By Peter K. Godinez & George Miller In the continuing vote counting at Ventura County Elections headquarters, Oscar Madrigal has pulled ahead of Starr, while Phil Molina widened his lead over Larry Stein, the initial leader in the treasurer race. Election officials said that they expect to have the final results by December 5. But the […]

Did An 8th Grader With Opinionated Parents Write The Intro To Newsweek’s Retracted Madam President Edition? [PHOTO]

Did An 8th Grader With Opinionated Parents Write The Intro To Newsweek’s Retracted Madam President Edition? [PHOTO]

The introduction to Newsweek’s ill-fated “Madame President” edition is, well, really bad. The unattributed blurb, perhaps written by the magazine’s editors, is rife with cliches and Democratic talking points that totally overwhelm what would have been a predictable reality had Hillary Clinton actually won the White House. Newsweek printed and delivered 125,000 copies of the […]

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