Home » Archives by category » Editorial » General Editorial

Trump’s failing revolution

Trump’s failing revolution

    By Scot Faulkner President Trump made draining Washington’s Swamp the centerpiece of his Presidency. The swamp is winning.  Its RINOgators are on the verge of destroying the Trump Presidency.  Trump’s Executive Branch is now running on empty. His appointment process is the slowest since Jimmy Carter in 1977. He recently defended his depleted […]

Thoughts on Veterans Day

Thoughts on Veterans Day

    By Mel Mann        We are on the verge of Veteran’s Day and as a veteran it brings to the surface a number of thoughts. During my lifetime I have seen the public perception of veterans, the military and patriotism go through some extreme cycles. There is likely no better time […]

Guest Editorial: Supporting Wage Increase for Ventura County Home Caregivers

Guest Editorial: Supporting Wage Increase for Ventura County Home Caregivers

    By Kim Ballon My name is Kim Ballon I’m a very private person though I’ve decided to share my story because too many of us are struggling. I live in poverty though you would never know it. I’m a home care provider with IHSS my wages for 2016 we’re a little over 18,000., this […]

Avalanche of global warming propaganda about to hit

Avalanche of global warming propaganda about to hit

    By Dr. Tim Ball and Tom Harris With the United Nations Climate Change Conference starting on Monday in Bonn, Germany, we need to brace ourselves for an avalanche of global warming propaganda. We’ll be told that extreme weather, sea level rise, and shrinking sea ice are all about to get much worse if […]

The Facts About Who Pays the Most in Taxes in America

The Facts About Who Pays the Most in Taxes in America

    By Walter Williams Politicians exploit public ignorance. Few areas of public ignorance provide as many opportunities for political demagoguery as taxation. Today some politicians argue that the rich must pay their fair share and label the proposed changes in tax law as tax cuts for the rich. Let’s look at who pays what, […]

Commentary: I Have Too Much Stuff

Commentary: I Have Too Much Stuff

    By Mel Mann         I have too much stuff, I feel kind of embarrassed even saying it. I sure put a lot of energy into accumulating the stuff I have. I would suspect that most people in America do as well. This could be some natural transition from starting out in […]

Oxnard activist accountant challenges city management, auditor, CFO, on financial controls

Oxnard activist accountant challenges city management, auditor, CFO,  on financial controls

By Lawrence Paul Stein   Mr. Assistant City Manager Nava: .I am a degreed accountant with over 25 years of experience, but not a CPA. I am also a former candidate for Oxnard City Treasurer who lost the 2016 election by 400 votes (of over 40,000 votes cast) to a more qualified candidate. One of […]

Commentary: How to remember the Las Vegas massacre   

Commentary: How to remember the Las Vegas massacre   

    By Mel Mann                                                                                   I began my Monday morning the same as most, a […]

The link of mass shooters to psychotropic drugs

The link of mass shooters to psychotropic drugs

By George Miller   The strong linkage between mass shooters and psychotropic drugs has been underplayed. We are hearing from multiple sources that the Las Vegas shooter was on such a drug. These are anti-anxiety drugs which can greatly increase aggressive behavior in some cases. A long list of other mass shooters so medicated exists. […]

For 50,000 new Amazon jobs, will Los Angeles act ‘stable and business-friendly’?: Susan Shelley

For 50,000 new Amazon jobs, will Los Angeles act ‘stable and business-friendly’?: Susan Shelley

By Susan Shelley – Los Angeles Daily News   Amazon is going to build a new headquarters, and Los Angeles wants it. City Councilman Bob Blumenfield wrote in a letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos that the former Rocketdyne site in Canoga Park would be an ideal location. The property is “vacant, available and ready […]

Page 1 of 41123Next ›Last »