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George Orwell’s Animal Farm, CVUSD’s BookGate, Our Children, and YOU!

George Orwell’s Animal Farm, CVUSD’s BookGate, Our Children, and YOU!

  By Deborah Baber Savalla Monique McKenna is a public school teacher. On January 25, 2018 she inserted herself into the ongoing CVUSD, (Conejo Valley Unified School District), School Board discussion about the Board’s new policy regarding 9-12 core literature texts. School Board policy 6161.1 is firmly rooted in California Department Education Code (CDE). The […]

CalPERS seeks legislation to avoid pension cuts

CalPERS seeks legislation to avoid pension cuts

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views It is now apparent to Guv Brown, the Socialist Democrat party and the people of California—Calpers is collapsing and shortly cuts in retirement checks will HAVE to be made.  No way around it—unless those running government—the Democrats and the unions, want to save the retirement of […]

Grateful Regards, Mr. President

Grateful Regards, Mr. President

  By Deborah Baber Savalla I had faith in Donald Trump as a leader before he was elected our 45th President. My faith and confidence in his leadership has only grown over the past year as win-after-win is notched for the American people. Just today, the day before the first anniversary of his inauguration, President […]

The Judicial Rebellion

The Judicial Rebellion

  By Tom Trinko | Originally published in American Thinker, January 13, 2018 We are witnessing a treasonous rebellion by leftist judges who are declaring the last election null and void. At the core of these traitors’ arguments is the belief that the people do not have the right to express their views through the electoral process. […]

Rob McCoy:  “Build the Wall”

Rob McCoy:  “Build the Wall”

    By Michael Hernandez NEWBURY PARK—“No one should be able to enter your home illegally or your sovereign country illegally,” said Councilman Rob McCoy.  “If you want to enter America, you must abide by the laws, as we abide by the laws.  We must sustain the laws to establish a society of equals.” The […]

Student Debt Slavery II | Time to Level the Playing Field

Student Debt Slavery II | Time to Level the Playing Field

  . By Ellen Brown This is the second in a two-part article on the debt burden America’s students face. Read Part 1 here. The lending business is heavily stacked against student borrowers. Bigger players can borrow for almost nothing, and if their investments don’t work out, they can put their corporate shells through bankruptcy and […]

This ‘Unprofessional’ Case Against Western Ranchers Shows Why Americans Are Right to Fear Government

This ‘Unprofessional’ Case Against Western Ranchers Shows Why Americans Are Right to Fear Government

Governments are prone to abuse, especially when unchecked. … in the Bundy case acted with “incredible bias” and likely broke the law, as The Daily Caller News Foundation reported The level of malfeasance of which one of its own accused the Bureau of Land Management …

Conejo Valley Public Schools: Resident claims spending excesses, weak results

Conejo Valley Public Schools: Resident claims spending excesses, weak results

By Barry Gabrielson .  Let’s address the facts regarding Conejo Valley Unified School District (CVUSD)  Deputy Superintendent’s statement “Expects 7M in annual loss over the next 3 years”.  These facts are based on California Public Education and Districts reported numbers below:  . 1)      Received 187.1M Funding in 2016-17, Actuals of 181.7M, added reserve of 5.4M 2)      Reserve […]

“Merry Christmas” or “Bah Humbug”? Select Your Season’s Greeting!

“Merry Christmas” or “Bah Humbug”? Select Your Season’s Greeting!

By Deborah Baber-Savalla   On November 8, 2016 millions of Americans rejoiced at the election of Donald J. Trump as the 45th President of the United States. Millions of other Americans reviled the choice of DJT as President. President Trump has been in office for eleven months now and it is the Christmas season. For […]

Fairness Prevails on Conejo Valley Unified School District Book Controversy

Fairness Prevails on Conejo Valley Unified School District Book Controversy

    By Tony Dolz Conejo Valley Unified School District president, Mike Dunn, a many times re-elected trustee, closed his one year school board presidency by bringing peace to factions warring over core literature books.  A group of literature teachers and parents strongly advocate for students 15-17 years old in grades nine – 12, to read […]