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Tyranny For Every Driver? Bill Proposes Breathalyzing All Drivers Within 10 Years

Tyranny For Every Driver? Bill Proposes Breathalyzing All Drivers Within 10 Years

. Mark Angelides  A nation in fear is a nation controlled. The idea that regular folk should be made to feel like criminals for engaging in legal acts is one rooted in the tyranny and the terror seen in East Germany before the Berlin Wall was torn down. And yet this very concept is making a comeback […]

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 […]

Public Works Director City of Oxnard Responds to ‘A Winning Solution for the City of Oxnard is a Win for Us All’

Public Works Director City of Oxnard Responds to ‘A Winning Solution for the City of Oxnard is a Win for Us All’

    By Rosemarie R. Gaglione It is true that the City of Oxnard is seeking creative solutions to our General Fund budget woes. However, United Water Conservation District Director Sheldon Berger’s recent suggestion to sell Oxnard’s recycled water to United as a way of filling the City’s budget gap is not a viable option. […]

Editorial: Are Water Agencies Willing and Prepared to Test

Editorial: Are Water Agencies Willing and Prepared to Test

Response to: A Winning Solution for the City of Oxnard is a Win for Us All Depending on the level of treatment and thus the cost of delivered water, various contaminants and pathogens can be left in and ignored, or removed and acknowledged. Under some circumstances, the water can be considered as “legal” but that […]

Army Widow, Founder Of Tragedy Assistance Program For Survivors (TAPS) Discusses How To Heal For Memorial Day

Army Widow, Founder Of Tragedy Assistance Program For Survivors (TAPS) Discusses How To Heal For Memorial Day

William Davis | Contributor    Bonnie Carroll is an Air Force veteran who lost her husband in a tragic plane crash, and is now dedicating her life to helping others who share a similar experience. Carroll helped found the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) in 1994 after her husband Tom died in an Army […]

Why Memorial Day

Why Memorial Day

  Memorial Day is an American holiday, observed on the last Monday of May, honoring the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military. Memorial Day 2019 occurs on Monday, May 27.  Many Americans observe Memorial Day by visiting cemeteries or memorials, holding family gatherings and participating in parades. Memorial Day 2019: Facts, Meaning & […]

Your Turn: A Winning Solution for the City of Oxnard is a Win for Us All

Your Turn: A Winning Solution for the City of Oxnard is a Win for Us All

    By Sheldon Berger Reports of the City’s $9.2 million shortfall which could result in the closing of Oxnard Performing Arts and Convention Center, Carnegie Art Museum and the La Colonia Branch Library are disconcerting.  However, there is a solution being offered by United Water Conservation District (United) that would eliminate the City’s budget […]

Death Penalty Exhausted Appeals – Part 6

Death Penalty Exhausted Appeals – Part 6

  By Michele Hanisee …   This is the seventh and final article that focuses on the murderers on California’s death row who have exhausted all appeals. The last impediment to executions is a federal stay that is now being challenged by several elected District Attorneys and victims. Newsom’s blocking the execution of these vicious […]

Death Penalty Exhausted Appeals – Part 6

Death Penalty Exhausted Appeals – Part 6

  By Michele Hanisee … This is the sixth in a series of articles that focuses on the murderers on California’s death row who have exhausted all appeals. The last impediment to executions is a federal stay that is now being challenged by several elected District Attorneys and victims. Newsom’s blocking the execution of these […]

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