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Undermining Prop 13: State Set to Drive Out Business

Undermining Prop 13: State Set to Drive Out Business

By Jon Coupal A handful of far-left, Bay Area activists think they have come up with a clever plan to chip away at Proposition 13. Specifically, they are attempting to persuade local school boards and city councils to pass resolutions in support of removing Prop 13 protections for business property. While “resolutions” are not laws, […]

The Globalization of California

The Globalization of California

Viewpoint/Event Report By Michael Greer About 120 people attended the “Globalization of California” (speakers) conference Sunday, 1/12/14.  American Freedom Alliance www.americanfreedomalliance.org does video record the conferences and they are available on their website but still too few have any idea that about 1000 people are deciding the future of the entire world. Nothing discussed at this conference […]

The Case for a Constitutional Amendment to End “Corporate Personhood”

The Case for a Constitutional Amendment  to End “Corporate Personhood”

Viewpoint By Bill Haff The following information was compiled by Bill Haff, sick a member of the Ojai chapter of Move To Amend.  They are an activist group working to build national support for an amendment to the U.S. Constitution, that would declare  corporations and labor unions (artificial entities) are not “persons,” and should not […]

I got this call ….

I got this call ….

Viewpoint By Debra Tash I got this call. Now I get a lot of calls, dosage mostly trying to sell me something, pilule or get me to donate to something. The word SUCKER must be written next to my name in a long lost phone book.  And then this call came from Kevin McCarthy’s campaign.  […]

New Tool to Fight Back Against Concerted Attack on Proposition 13

New Tool to Fight Back Against Concerted Attack on Proposition 13

Viewpoint A San Francisco-based far left activist group has recently declared war on Proposition 13. They want to abolish Proposition 13 as we know it so that they can begin an unprecedented shakedown of California taxpayers. They are trying to pressure local officials into passing resolutions opposing Prop. 13. Now, dosage you can fight back […]

VCTA Endorses County Committee for Pension Fairness

VCTA Endorses County Committee for Pension Fairness

Viewpoint Committee Files Initiative for Sustainable Retirement System VCTA Endorses Committee for Pension Fairness FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Newsletter of the Ventura County Taxpayers Association Today, sick representatives of the Committee for Pension Fairness filed a sweeping retirement system reform  ballot measure for the November 2014 election known as the “Sustainable Retirement System  Initiative”. This measure, the first […]

Could happen in Ventura County, too: SWAT Teams Target “Rugged Individuals” Who Grow Their Own Food, Produce Their Own Electricity

Could happen in Ventura County, too: SWAT Teams Target “Rugged Individuals” Who Grow Their Own Food, Produce Their Own Electricity

Viewpoint By Mac Slavo (Pictured: Armored Nuisance Abatement Team – similar vehicles are in use across the United States) The dream of many Americans is to get out of the hustle and bustle of the daily city grind. And what better dream to have than to move your family outside of city limits to the […]

Breakfast with Archbishop Gomez: Comprehensive Immigration Reform

Breakfast with Archbishop Gomez: Comprehensive Immigration Reform

Viewpoint/Event Report By Michael Greer This morning (Jan. 14) I had breakfast with Archbishop Jose Gomez at the Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.  The breakfast was organized by Town Hall Los Angeles. www.townhall-la.org. The Archbishop was there to speak of his support of Comprehensive Immigration Reform. I was invited to this breakfast by some of my friends […]

Article V Convention: X Facts and VII Arguments

Article V Convention: X Facts and VII Arguments

Viewpoint By Rep. Kelly Townsend (AZ-LD16) January 12, 2014 The Maricopa County Republican Committee narrowly defeated a resolution that would denounce support of an Article V Convention.  This method of proposing amendments to the Constitution has never been done before, so it is understandable that we are less than scholars on the subject, and vulnerable […]

On Bridgegate

On Bridgegate

Viewpoint By Stephen Bowers