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Commentary: Democrats Won’t Defeat GOP in November But Complacency Just Might

Commentary: Democrats Won’t Defeat GOP in November But Complacency Just Might

by Jeffrey A. … conservative Christopher Bedford wrote the other day at the Daily Caller, “Executive governance is out of style. On Friday, while 26 Senate Democrats up for re-election went home to their states or elsewhere …

Open letter to VC GOP Chair re: congressional candidate Sabato attack on Jeff Burum

Open letter to VC GOP Chair re: congressional candidate Sabato attack on Jeff Burum

To: Ventura County Republican Party Executive Committee Chairman Mike Osborn: Fr: George Miller   I saw a campaign bulletin from CD26 (U.S. House of Representatives) primary candidate Antonio Sabato, Jr., as well as emails from others and words from distinguished Republican friends accusing  CD26 announced primary candidate Jeff Burum of “anti-Semitism” and sexism.    I […]

Commentary: Over 500 Members of MS-13 Linked to Crime in 22 States

Commentary: Over 500 Members of MS-13 Linked to Crime in 22 States

    More than 500 members of the violent gang MS-13 have been arrested or charged with crimes in 22 states since 2012, a new report says. The states with the most criminal cases related to MS-13 were California, with 92; Maryland, 85; New York, 80; and Virginia, 63, according to the report by Jessica […]

The Ottoman Empire is Rising Once Again Under the Regime of Turkey’s Erdogan

The Ottoman Empire is Rising Once Again Under the Regime of Turkey’s Erdogan

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Most of us do not know the full history of the Ottoman empire. Yet it behooves us to take, at least, a cursory look at what it represented. This empire, it should have been called the Osmanic empire, after its tribal founder Osman, encompassed the vast historical gulf between the […]

Oxnard Mayor’s power grab

Oxnard Mayor’s power grab

By Eileen Tracy   Have you noticed the agenda for the Oxnard Procedures Committee (consists of Mayor Tim Flynn and Bert Perello) tomorrow at 6 pm in h/r activity room? It is scheduled when INCO (Inter-Neighborhood Council) exec meeting is scheduled. The procedures proposed allow the chair to limit discussions of agenda items. I hope […]

Florida School Shooting | A Miracle…and the Real Tragedy No One Wants to Talk About

Florida School Shooting | A Miracle…and the Real Tragedy No One Wants to Talk About

  . By Paul D. White The miracle of the heart-breaking Valentine’s Day school shootings in Parkland, Florida, is the fact that a deranged young man with a semi-automatic rifle and over 3,000 potential close-range targets “only” killed 17 people. The tragedy of that mass murder is that in the 20 years and 141 school […]

Oxnard Starr supporter unloads on Mayor Flynn’s 2-13-18 comments

Oxnard Starr supporter unloads on Mayor Flynn’s 2-13-18 comments

By Aaron Starr Supporter   (ed. note: we received this email on Oxnard Mayor Flynn’s attack on Aaron Starr near the end of the 2-13-18 Oxnard City Council meeting. It carried the stipulation that the writers’s identity not be revealed. We know this is a Starr supporter.) “Mayor Flynn has a memory that seems to […]

VC Harbor Director retires, gets consulting contract to continue her unpopular “Fisherman’s Wharf” densification

VC Harbor Director retires, gets consulting contract to continue her unpopular “Fisherman’s Wharf” densification

By Tom Petersen   A new start- NOT The Current Channel Islands Harbor, Harbor Director has announced that she is retiring in March. The county posted the application and qualifications needed for the new Harbor Director position yesterday. At the same time they announced that the CURRENT Harbor Director is to get a consulting contract […]

It’s about letting parents parent

It’s about letting parents parent

By Ashley Huizenga, February 01, 2018 The time has come for a change. Our community has become divided among parents, teachers and those making decisions. A battle has raged for some time, and it is a fight for authority over our children. I believe that no matter how much I disagree with liberal points of […]

Overheated claims on temperature records

Overheated claims on temperature records

    By Dr. Tim Ball and Tom Harris Now that the excitement over the news that 2017 was one of the hottest years on record have died down, it is time for a sober second thought.  Did the January 18 announcements by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) that 2017 was the third-hottest […]