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Commentary | Why You Must Vote Republican

Commentary | Why You Must Vote Republican

    by Gail DeMario On September 12th Juan Williams (on The Five) was arguing a point with Jesse Waters and said, “Diamond and Silk” are a Minstrel Show.  I watched Fox all day to see if there would be fallout. Nope.  Not a word.  Juan Williams was fired from NPR for saying he got […]

In Search of Public Employers Willing to Fight for Their Right to Free Speech

In Search of Public Employers Willing to Fight for Their Right to Free Speech

    By Edward Ring The recent Janus decision by the US Supreme Court gives public employees the right to quit union membership – or to never join a union in the first place. This sweeping ruling not only banned unions from requiring non-members to still pay so-called “agency fees,” but it required unions to […]

The “No consequences for crime” bill

The “No consequences for crime” bill

By Eric Siddall   It is hard to believe, but it is the truth; should Governor Brown sign into law SB 1437, criminals in California can no longer be punished for the natural and probable consequences of violent crimes they knowingly aided and encouraged.  SB 1437 was ostensibly introduced by Senator Skinner to abolish the application of […]

Central Banks Have Gone Rogue, Putting Us All at Risk

Central Banks Have Gone Rogue, Putting Us All at Risk

. . .. . By Ellen Brown . Excluding institutions such as Blackrock and Vanguard, which are composed of multiple investors, the largest single players in global equity markets are now thought to be central banks themselves. An estimated 30 to 40 central banks are invested in the stock market, either directly or through their investment vehicles (sovereign […]

Opinion | What Happened in Dallas May Point to Bigger Issues, But Not the Ones You’d Expect

Opinion | What Happened in Dallas May Point to Bigger Issues, But Not the Ones You’d Expect

Ron Hosko | President, Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund On September 6, Dallas Police Officer Amber Guyger got off duty, parked on the wrong floor of her apartment building’s garage, entered another person’s apartment, and allegedly shot the occupant, Botham Jean, dead. Initial reports of the event suggested that Guyger mistakenly believed she was entering […]

LA Water Quality Control Board Shoots Down Pumping Permit Extension While C.I. Harbor Stagnates

LA Water Quality Control Board Shoots Down Pumping Permit Extension While C.I. Harbor Stagnates

By George Miller Actually, the city helped to cause this water quality problem in its headlong rush to stop NRG, without suficient regard to the many consequences of tax revenues, jobs, backup power, civic improvements and oh, yeah, harbor water circulation. We warned the Council, staff and residents repeatedly, to no avail. Now, Channel Islands […]

Once again, we told you so…..Prop. 57 and the Resulting Crime

Once again, we told you so…..Prop. 57 and the Resulting Crime

. . .. By Michele Hanisee . We told the truth about Prop 57 prior to the November 2016 election; that it would free violent felons years early. We said it would free sex offenders. We said it would free criminals whose sentences were enhanced due to prior violent strike offenses.  Well, the sex offenders already sued and […]

No participation trophies, please!

No participation trophies, please!

By Braeden Sorbo When I was 7, my dad signed me up for soccer. My team sucked. We were absolutely terrible and got last place out of every team. However, after the final game, we went to my coach’s car and he had a box full of trophies. He handed us each an award, declaring […]

Response to Armando Vazquez’s Diatribes Against Oxnard PD’s Gang Injunction Program | Rebuttal and Constructive Criticism

Response to Armando Vazquez’s Diatribes Against Oxnard PD’s Gang Injunction Program | Rebuttal and Constructive Criticism

    By Tim Bond   After all the editorials Armando Vasquez had published here on civil gang injunctions in Oxnard, he never seemed to provide a single example of tangible harm done to any person enjoined by the injunctions.   No case of false arrest, no description or names of falsely detained persons, and […]

Final Chapter | Oxnard’s Civil ‘Gang’ Injunctions are Unconstitutional

Final Chapter | Oxnard’s Civil ‘Gang’ Injunctions are Unconstitutional

    By Armando Vazquez, Founding member of CORE  & the Acuna Art Gallery and Community Collective                                                          This is the final; and most important of my editorial series […]

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