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Tax Relief?  Fair/Easier and Lower Taxation?  Sign the Petition

Tax Relief?  Fair/Easier and Lower Taxation?  Sign the Petition

    by Stephen Frank, California Political News and Views How do we get the money to invest in jobs?  By bringing back the money from overseas that is parked in order to save U.S. corporations massive tax bills.  Somewhere between $2.6 and 3 trillion is held in others nations.  Ireland has a 12% corporate […]

Echoes of Reagan: Trump’s UN Speech vs. America’s Enemies (and Their Allies)

Echoes of Reagan: Trump’s UN Speech vs. America’s Enemies (and Their Allies)

    By Mike Smith In a rare display of public honesty, Iran’s Islamic supremacists have criticized President Trump as being “like Ronald Reagan.” Let’s see what the ‘never’ and anti-Trumpers have to say about that! Let’s wait with baited breath, shall we? Whatever form the responses are taking, the Trump agenda is vindicated. To […]

Latino Art and its importance in the local/national dialogue

Latino Art and its importance in the local/national dialogue

.   By Armando Vazquez, M.Ed. Latinos were the flavor of the month, on and off, throughout the 1980’s for many disingenuous politicians and the news media in America. Television and news publications became enamored (delusional) with what appeared to a sure fire upward trajectory of Latino political influence. So while the Latino masses watched […]

Feinstein Statement on Trump UN Speech — Wake up, Senator

Feinstein Statement on Trump UN Speech — Wake up, Senator

Editor’s Note:  Senator Feinstein when the school yard bully comes up and demands your lunch money and you give it to him you can bet he will be coming back and asking more. With what the Obama administration did with Iran, and now Iran most likely bankrolling North Korea’s ambitious little despot, a show of […]

Not a Joke! AB 326–Barbers Will Have A Role In Preventing Domestic Abuse

Not a Joke! AB 326–Barbers Will Have A Role In Preventing Domestic Abuse

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Thanks to AB 326, barbers and beauticians MUST be trained in domestic Violence issues and reporting them to government.  Why?  Because your barber and hair dresser listens to your tales of woe.  Why stop hear—why not all bartenders, cab drivers, Uber and Lyft drivers, bus driver […]

Area Cities, County, School Board, to Proclaim Constitution Week

Area Cities, County, School Board, to Proclaim Constitution Week

By George Miller At their Tuesday, Sept. 19 meeting, the Oxnard City Council will proclaim, honor and celebrate U.S. Constitution Week, September 17-23 (see agenda item E)  per Public Law 915. Today is the 230th Anniversary (9-17-1787) of this most powerful, famous political document in the world. We are aware that Ojai, Camarillo, The Ventura County […]

New American Civil War: The Battle of Berkeley Started Last Thursday

New American Civil War: The Battle of Berkeley Started Last Thursday

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views World War II had the battle of Iwo Jima.  The Civil War had the battle of Gettysburg.  The New American Civil War is going to have its FIRST declared WAR—the Battle of Berkeley.  In the end, like the other wars, this one will end with the […]

In 1987, Bernie Sanders said Medicaid for all would “bankrupt the nation”

In 1987, Bernie Sanders said Medicaid for all would “bankrupt the nation”

Sen. Bernie Sanders on Wednesday was joined by prominent Democrats to announce his “Medicare for all” bill, or single-payer healthcare. Healthcare for everyone! Sounds great, right? But how much will it cost? It seems Sanders doesn’t even really know. The Cato Institute’s Michael Tanner says the current system is “running some $58 trillion in the […]

Newspaper publisher faults JP Morgan Chase for SPLC support

Newspaper publisher faults JP Morgan Chase for SPLC support

By George Miller   letter sent to JPM Chase executives via email 9-13-17   —–Original Message—– From: <George Miller> To: patricia.a.wexler <patricia.a.wexler@chase.com>; andrew.s.gray <andrew.s.gray@jpmchase.com>; thasunda.b.duckett <thasunda.b.duckett@chase.com>; jamie.dimon <jamie.dimon@jpmchase.com>; douglas.b.petno <douglas.b.petno@chase.com> Cc: ffa <ffa@floridafamily.org> Sent: Wed, Sep 13, 2017 11:36 pm Subject: Re: Second email alert regarding Chase responds: It is okay to support SPLC hate […]

Oxnard Recall: Partisanship, and Accountability

Oxnard Recall: Partisanship, and Accountability

By Chuck Hamm . . . Since our family has a business in Oxnard, I’ve taken an interest and supporting role in the Oxnard Recall campaign to oust 4 members of the Oxnard City Council. My main reasoning is that a recall and special election is a great tool for accountability, which our government in Oxnard […]

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