Home » Archives by category » Editorial

Ormond Beach | Environmental Disaster Affects Oxnard and Port Hueneme

Ormond Beach | Environmental Disaster Affects Oxnard and Port Hueneme

    By Christina Zubko I am writing to all of you in hopes that someone will listen to my concern about Ormond Beach–designated an environmentally sensitive wetlands area and home to the endangered snowy plover and least tern–and the catastrophe that it has become due to the illegal camping by the homeless. The last […]

My Latest Father’s Day Ruminations 2019

My Latest Father’s Day Ruminations 2019

    By Armando Vazquez                                                                   Coming on my 70 years here in Oxnard, here on earth, these are some of my latest thoughts […]

Truth… Justice… The American Way. And President Donald Trump epitomizes it! Happy Birthday, Sir.

Truth… Justice… The American Way. And President Donald Trump epitomizes it! Happy Birthday, Sir.

    by Deborah Baber Savalla Today, June 14th, is both President Trump’s birthday, born in 1946, and it is Flag Day, birthed June 14, 1777. Less than one year (345 days) after disaffected British citizens, now known as patriots, declared independence from King George’s oppressive, near-tyrannical government imposed on citizens in the colonies, a […]

The Significance of the Hong Kong Protests

The Significance of the Hong Kong Protests

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Anyone following the news lately has been apprised of Hong Kong’s major revolt. On Sunday, June 9, 2019 more than a million people, or one in seven residents in this city, protested in the streets. They march in protest of a new draconian law put forth by the Communist Chinese […]

Oysters Carrying Herpes Are Slated to Arrive in America

Oysters Carrying Herpes Are Slated to Arrive in America

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Although I love food, I do not have often an interest in its production. But, yes, dear readers your eyes have not deceived you—I am writing about oysters and herpes. On Wednesday, May 22, 2019 an article in the Wall Street Journal caught my eye that may have eluded your […]

Supervisors Should Contribute to Pensions

Supervisors Should Contribute to Pensions

    Recently, the Board of Supervisors laudably eliminated a loophole allowing for elected Supervisors to receive compensation for serving on the Board of Retirement and Assessment Appeals Board.  However, the Supervisors continue to benefit from a highly unusual and lucrative “supplemental pay” that applies only to them, in clear violation of the intent of […]

An Army of Pro-Biz Advocates is forming to “Rescue California”

An Army of Pro-Biz Advocates is forming to “Rescue California”

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Why are small businesses leaving California in record numbers despite the strongest economy in California in my lifetime, the lowest unemployment since records have been kept, and the best weather in the country? The answer is simple.  Small business owners are no longer able to survive a […]

Charter haters’ train is temporarily derailed in CA

Charter haters’ train is temporarily derailed in CA

    By Larry Sand Last week, two seemingly sure-shot bills were deep-sixed in the California legislature. AB 1506 would have placed a ceiling on the number of charter schools allowed in the state – the magic number being those in existence at the end of this year. A new school could open only if another had closed. […]

JACKSON: Kamala’s Promise To End Right-To-Work Would Make Every State Like California

JACKSON: Kamala’s Promise To End Right-To-Work Would Make Every State Like California

Kerry Jackson | Pacific Research Institute   Democratic presidential candidate and California Sen. Kamala Harris has said that if she’s elected, she would issue an executive order to rescind hard-won worker freedom. Maybe it’s a “California value” to support conscripted unionism. But before Harris’ position becomes too hardened to walk back, she should consider how […]

D-Day and those who are denied ‘Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness’ in America Today 

D-Day and those who are denied ‘Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness’ in America Today 

    By Gail Hubbs Today we celebrate the 75th anniversary of D-Day that honors those courageous soldiers who either lost their lives that day, or may have survived, but were willing to die. This battle ended out being the turning point to the future defeat of Hitler’s Nazi reign.  It is so moving to […]

Page 1 of 188123Next ›Last »