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Commentary: Sanctuary City Here?

Commentary: Sanctuary City Here?

    By George Miller Editor’s note: The Oxnard City Council will take up a “sanctuary city” resolution on 7-25-17 Does the name Jamiel Shaw, Jr. mean anything to you?  How about Kate Steinle?  No? Then how about Brian A. Terry?  These are just three fine Americans killed by illegal alien (that is the legal […]

Port proposal to clean up the air could cost up to $14B

Port proposal to clean up the air could cost up to $14B

    By Stephen Frank If I wanted to make Mexican, Oregon, Washington and even the Oakland ports were very competitive, I would spend $14 billion on an Al Gore hoax, to “clean up” the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports.  Where will the money come from?  From those that send or receive cargo from […]

Op-Ed: California may have just boosted Trump’s chances of winning in 2020

Op-Ed: California may have just boosted Trump’s chances of winning in 2020

    By Stephen Frank California is so crazy, Trump can use its policies to show what would happen if a Democrat beat him in 2020.  What more taxes—in April the Democrats raised gas taxes by $5.2 billion a year and a few days ago Brown and the GOP Assembly Leader Mayes approved a 63 […]

Sanctuary Cities Back Fire: MORE ICE Agents Going to Those Cities

Sanctuary Cities Back Fire:  MORE ICE Agents Going to Those Cities

    By Stephen Frank Thanks to the declaration of being a Sanctuary City, San Fran L.A. and other criminal cities have done what is not possible.  ICE has announced it is sending hundreds of agents to these cities—that means illegal aliens are now in greater danger of being deported, thanks to the policies of […]

Feds Spend $373,522 to Put Subliminal Cigarette Warnings in Video Games

Feds Spend $373,522 to Put Subliminal Cigarette Warnings in Video Games

    By Stephen Frank Government, at all levels spend hundreds of millions of dollars preaching against the use of cigarettes.  Classes in schools, special events, TV ads and more are used to tell children not to smoke.  Now the Feds have determined to use subliminal messaging to spread the word.  This time they are […]

“We as representatives of the South Los Angeles Inglewood Republican Assembly—denounce Congressman Brad Sherman

“We as representatives of the South Los Angeles Inglewood Republican Assembly—denounce Congressman Brad Sherman

“We as representatives of the South Los Angeles Inglewood Republican Assembly—denounce Congressman Brad Sherman: “We as representatives of the South Los Angeles Inglewood Republican Assembly—are gathered here this Monday afternoon on July 17, 2017, to confront allegations made by United States Congressman Brad Sherman, that President Trump has obstructed justice, and must therefore be impeached.  […]

Hard-pressed rural Californians try civil-rights approach

Hard-pressed rural Californians try civil-rights approach

    By Stephen Frank The question is simple. Should representation in the Legislature be considered a civil right?  What if the rural area was put into a gigantic or geographically large district — do the rural folks get equal and fair representation? “As a result, residents in rural counties sit back helplessly as, say, environmental […]

Padilla – Why are you afraid to let the Feds examine the Voter Rolls?

Padilla – Why are you afraid to let the Feds examine the Voter Rolls?

    By Manuela Walter Secretary of State Alex Padilla, what are you afraid of? Why have you refused to turn over California’s voting data to President Trump’s voter fraud commission? Since you are confident that voter fraud does not exist in California, why not comply with the President’s request and prove your assertion? According to the […]

Conejo School Board member Mike Dunn comments on BookGate

Conejo School Board member Mike Dunn comments on BookGate

By Mike Dunn     Editor’s note:  Several Conjeo Valley Unified School District board members are opposed to having books with pornographic content provided to students without parental permission. We asked board member Mike Dunn, who has been attacked for this, to comment on it for publication.  His brief response:   What kind of people […]

Congress: The Swamp in The Mirror — Drain or Be Drained

Congress: The Swamp in The Mirror — Drain or Be Drained

    By Mike Smith Every member of Congress is captive to his and her constituents. They are, to be blunt, never able to outrun their fear of the electorate. No lawmaker can go beyond the will of those who hired him or her without risking electoral firing by those same people. In other words, […]

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