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Area Cities, County, School Board, to Proclaim Constitution Week

Area Cities, County, School Board, to Proclaim Constitution Week

By George Miller At their Tuesday, Sept. 19 meeting, the Oxnard City Council will proclaim, honor and celebrate U.S. Constitution Week, September 17-23 (see agenda item E)  per Public Law 915. Today is the 230th Anniversary (9-17-1787) of this most powerful, famous political document in the world. We are aware that Ojai, Camarillo, The Ventura County […]

Oxnard Recall: Partisanship, and Accountability

Oxnard Recall: Partisanship, and Accountability

By Chuck Hamm . . . Since our family has a business in Oxnard, I’ve taken an interest and supporting role in the Oxnard Recall campaign to oust 4 members of the Oxnard City Council. My main reasoning is that a recall and special election is a great tool for accountability, which our government in Oxnard […]

Public Wi-Fi proposal gets lukewarm reception in Thousand Oaks

Public Wi-Fi proposal gets lukewarm reception in Thousand Oaks

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Thousand Oaks in Ventura County is having severe budget problems.  Tens of millions in deferred maintenance.  A doubling of the mandatory CalPRS contribution.  High union wages—and revenues that are not growing.  Now someone has decided it would be a good idea for this financially troubled city […]

The real story behind America’s new $20 trillion debt

The real story behind America’s new $20 trillion debt

By Simon Black, September 11, 2017   Sovereign Valley Farm, Chile Late yesterday afternoon the federal government of the United States announced that the national debt had finally breached the inevitable $20 trillion mark. This was a long time coming. It should have happened back in March, except that a new debt ceiling was put […]

Commentary: Today is 9/11—a Day for Remembrance, Renewal and Return to Freedom

Commentary: Today is 9/11—a Day for Remembrance, Renewal and Return to Freedom

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views For the past 48 hours every cable station and many of the networks have been 24.7 with stories of Hurricane Irma—truly an historic event.  Missing over the weekend, due to the monopoly of Irma, is a mention that today is 16 anniversary of the attack on […]

Remember 911

Remember 911

By George Miller On this 16th anniversary of the 9/11/01 terrorist attacks in NY, PA and DC, we remember: who did it, the excuses for why, how it was allowed to happen, the unpreparedness, destruction, suffering, death, sadness and what to do about it.   Watch DOCUMENTARY   We pray for those who lost so […]

UN climate panel cannot be trusted

UN climate panel cannot be trusted

    By Dr. Tim Ball and Tom Harris Policy-makers, not scientists, lead the IPCC process In his Opening Statement on Wednesday at the 46th Session of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in Montreal, IPCC Chair Hoesung Lee asserted that “Science underpins the negotiating process and provides the evidence base for […]

Feinstein Admits DACA on ‘Shaky Legal Ground’

Feinstein Admits DACA on ‘Shaky Legal Ground’

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Any day now a court can order the end of DACA.  No period of adjustment, no waiting for Congress to act, no concern for the needs of the illegal aliens—this is unconstitutional.  The Courts have already ruled DAPA, the adult version of this Executive Order by […]

Searching for Solutions to SoCal’s Housing Crisis, YIMBYs Say ‘Yes’ to Development

Searching for Solutions to SoCal’s Housing Crisis, YIMBYs Say ‘Yes’ to Development

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views In the 1990’s and early part of this century, the NIMBY’s ran housing policy—now we have a shortage of housing, a shortage of affordable housing and governments in California are looking at massive projects, high density—and creating total gridlock.  The pendulum has swung and now the […]

Housing Density within Oxnard Elementary School District

Housing Density within Oxnard Elementary School District

By Lawrence Paul Stein .    To: Mr. S. David Fateh . Director of Facilities Oxnard Elementary School District 1055 South C Street Oxnard, CA 93030  . Mr. Fateh:  . Families with high disposable income who have school aged children often look at school test scores when deciding where they want to move. The school […]

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