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Chris Christie: track immigrants like FedEx packages

Chris Christie: track immigrants like FedEx packages

Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie on Saturday pitched an interesting idea for how to keep tabs on immigrants and visitors to the U.S.: track them like FedEx packages. “At any moment, FedEx can tell you where that package is. It’s on the truck. It’s at the station. It’s on the airplane,” Mr. Christie said at […]

Carla Castilla announces Candidacy for District 3 Ventura County Supervisor- event video

Carla Castilla announces Candidacy for District 3 Ventura County Supervisor- event video

Carla Castilla of Camarillo, aide to Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson and former aide to Re.Lois Capps, announced her candidacy for District #3 Ventura County Supervisor, replacing the retiring Cathy Long.  Event speakers were Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson, Oxnard Mayor Pro-Tem Carmen Ramirez (EmCee), former VC Supv. Susan Lacey, and of course, Carla Castilla. Rep. Capps could not […]

Bread and Circuses Courtesy of Bernie Sanders

Bread and Circuses Courtesy of Bernie Sanders

  . By Glenn Turner I watched Senator Bernie Sanders’ speech on C-SPAN which he delivered last Friday to a cheering crowd in South Carolina. He touched on a lot of topics of national interest. He spoke loudly and passionately but his voice was strained and scratchy. He stirred up the crowd and had them […]

GOP presidential hopefuls hit Brown back on climate

GOP presidential hopefuls hit Brown back on climate

Jeb Says ‘Anchor Baby’ Was Meant To Criticize Asians, Not Mexicans

Jeb Says ‘Anchor Baby’ Was Meant To Criticize Asians, Not Mexicans

The ‘Donald’s’ Immigration Reform That Will Make America Great Again

The ‘Donald’s’ Immigration Reform That Will Make America Great Again

The three core principles of Donald J. Trump’s immigration plan When politicians talk about “immigration reform” they mean: amnesty, cheap labor and open borders. The Schumer-Rubio immigration bill was nothing more than a giveaway to the corporate patrons who run both parties. Real immigration reform puts the needs of working people first – not wealthy […]

Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson’s District Director, Carla Castilla to Run for Supervisor, District 3

Senator Hannah-Beth Jackson’s District Director, Carla Castilla to Run for Supervisor, District 3

Senate District 19 Director, Carla Castilla, will announce her candidacy for Ventura County’s 3rd District Supervisorial seat today.  She will be running for the seat long time Supervisor, Kathy Long, is vacating in 2016. “Our community deserves continued effective and balanced representation in Ventura County’s 3rd district,” Castilla said. “We need someone who has the […]

Trump Card, or Bullying the Pulpit

Trump Card, or Bullying the Pulpit

    By Phil Erwin When is Donald Trump going away? That’s what all the “real” Republicans are asking themselves. And: “Why is anybody taking him seriously?” So goes the lament you know is buried in the depths of their pseudo-Conservative souls. Trump is an odd fellow: A blowhard who knows he’s a blowhard, and […]

And it’s McCoy for Thousand Oaks City Council!

And it’s McCoy for Thousand Oaks City Council!

 By  George Miller It was a cliff-hanger competitive race in a special City Council election to replace Jacqui Irwin. She abruptly cut short her term when she won an Assembly seat last November, in a close race with Rob McCoy, who is now Thousand Oaks’ newest Councilman. Ed Jones was  ahead by only 75 votes at […]

T.O. Council vote so far: Jones, McCoy, Roundtree, Rasheed

T.O. Council vote so far: Jones, McCoy, Roundtree, Rasheed