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Commentary | The Ventura Vagrancy Problem – Is Somebody Lying?

Commentary | The Ventura Vagrancy Problem – Is Somebody Lying?

    By Catherine Myers  I found this article to be very informative, The Present of More Presence  http://citizensjournal.us/ventura-homelessness-the-present-of-more-presence/   But it really raised some questions for me to which I think we all deserve answers. Here are a couple of statements from the article that, to me, really stood in direct opposition. “When asked how […]

Austria Closes Seven Mosques

Austria Closes Seven Mosques

    By Sigrid Weidenweber If it were not for the Wall Street Journal (WJS) 90% of the news that is very interesting and most informative would not be reported. The media has no incentive or desire to report what could awaken the public to facts that run counter to the progressive line of thinking. […]

June 2018 Ventura County School Bonds, The Untold Story

June 2018 Ventura County School Bonds, The Untold Story

    By Deborah Baber Savalla School Bonds, An Introduction Everybody pays for school bonds even if a person does not have children in the public school system. Whether or not you cast a ballot or vote for or against a school bond tax and whether you own property or not, you pay for school […]

Why we should all be concerned about the attempt to buy the District Attorney’s office

Why we should all be concerned about the attempt to buy the District Attorney’s office

By Michele Hanisee We have highlighted in previous blogs the attempt to bypass the legislative and initiative process through the installation of elected Deputy District Attorneys who promise to ignore criminal statutes with which they disagree. This effort has been financed in large part by out of state billionaire George Soros, who solely funds the (misnamed) […]

Oxnard’s A Tale of Two Budgets

Oxnard’s A Tale of Two Budgets

    By Phillip S. Molina Often I hear the public asking questions about the financial condition of Oxnard: how much cash is in each fund, how much of the police budget has already been spent, where can we find unused funds for our project(s), etc.? You keep asking, but get little results. The Mayor and […]

Tonight, 5-23-18 Sanctuary State is on the Camarillo City Council Agenda | Where do YOU stand?

Tonight, 5-23-18 Sanctuary State is on the Camarillo City Council Agenda | Where do YOU stand?

    By Deborah Baber Savalla SB 54 is not an immigration issue, SB 54 serves only to protect the illegal criminal aliens. It recycles them back into the community.  If, like me, you believe politicians in Sacramento who voted FOR SB-54 essentially voted AGAINST our Constitution, the ultimate law in our land, then join […]

Hey, Show Compassion To the Residents of Ventura

Hey, Show Compassion To the Residents of Ventura

    By Staff The murder of a young father in the presence of his wife and five-year old daughter has brought the issue of homelessness to the forefront in our community. Homelessness is a growing problem, not only in the City of Ventura but across the United States and especially in California. Admittedly, housing […]

Time for Ventura to Get Serious

Time for Ventura to Get Serious

Editor’s Note: Mr. Garret Paul Sexton’s felony vandalism case docket included the following line: “Pay restitution of $12,791.60 to City of Ventura Traffic Engineering Department .” Leaving people like this on the street can be very costly. and dangerous, as you will see by the editorial below which centers on Mr. Sexton’s conviction for an assault on an […]

Truly Compassionate Immigration is Americans First

Truly Compassionate Immigration is Americans First

    by Naomi Fisher I feel empathy and sorrow for all the hopeful immigrants waiting to come to this county, but I cringe at the lifestyle they have been forced to live and how they are living right now. However some of the people protesting should understand our country cannot take care of any more […]

Open Letter to Thousand Oaks City Council | Do Not Delay on SB 54

Open Letter to Thousand Oaks City Council | Do Not Delay on SB 54

    Dear Thousand Oaks City Council: I understand that the city council has announced that they will take up an agenda item on SB 54. Good. But the city council has signaled that they will discuss this issue in an open session of the city council in June. Not Good. This delay is unacceptable […]

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