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Chancellor Merkel’s Saga Goes On

Chancellor Merkel’s Saga Goes On

    By Sigrid Weidenweber A few days past, the topic of my report were Ms. Merkel’s Mass Migration problems. As you recall her 100-day government is on the verge of imploding. There, in Germany, as here in the US, massive influx of foreigners is the problem. Europe cannot integrate the masses fleeing Africa and […]

Supreme Court Online Sales Tax Ruling Addresses Part of the Problem

Supreme Court Online Sales Tax Ruling Addresses Part of the Problem

  . By Dr. Kevin McNamee Sales tax is considered by economists to be one of the most equitable methods to raise revenue because it is based on consumer’s freedom of choice and is more transparent when compared to income tax rates.  In an effort to stimulate internet growth and online sales, Washington policy makers […]

Commentary | Ventura’s Homeless Problem

Commentary | Ventura’s Homeless Problem

    By Valerie E.  White On 6/18/18, the Ventura City Council approved a budget that includes Measure O funds. Under the approving eyes of many city-and county-employed bureaucrats for homeless projects and the supporters who are called to attend the meeting to influence the council’s decisions, the council approved over $1.5 million dollars to […]

Venturans for Responsible & Efficient Government | What Can We Do About Your Water?

Venturans for Responsible & Efficient Government | What Can We Do About Your Water?

“Water is life, and clean water is health.” —Audrey Hepburn Ventura needs to get its priorities straight about water—and fast. On July 9th, Ventura Water will ask the City Council to approve direct potable reuse (DPR). Ventura Water views DRP as a primary alternative source for increased drinking water. The project will cost $538 million of […]

Harbor Resident Advises VC Star on Dirty Harbor Water, Local Economy

Harbor Resident Advises VC Star on Dirty Harbor Water, Local Economy

By Charles McLaughlin I wrote to the VC Star on their Saturday articles on: “Harbor water turns brown over the past week” / “Flynn commits to economic efforts” I can address both of the above articles with one solution. Beg NRG to come back into negotiations. Now the art of the deal: Request that they take […]

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 […]