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Yee suspended from CA Senate- part of a much bigger problem?

Yee suspended from CA Senate- part of a much bigger problem?

By George Miller Foremost CA gun control advocate elected official charged with illegal firearms trafficking, corruption, bribery. Stunning. Often, lately, truth is stranger than fiction. Recently, we reported the fall of Chinese-born Senator Leland Yee, who was, by the way, the leading advocate for “gun control” in the California legislature, pushing bans of “assault weapons” […]

Vladimir Putin Takes Center Stage

Vladimir Putin Takes Center Stage

  By Gregory J. Welborn Predator vs. Alien was one of those movies that only the diehards really could appreciate.  I don’t know if it’s become a cult classic, story but in the entertainment world, site that’s where it’s stuck.  In the real world, we have our own version of the movie:  Putin vs. Obama.  […]

Thoughts on Core Curriculum and loving to learn

Thoughts on Core Curriculum and loving to learn

  . .. . By Stuart Kline First, I believe everyone knows how to educate, the politician and even poorly educated persons. For teaching isn’t a Priesthood or even an especially difficult endeavor. It’s in our very nature. As we make children, we educate them to our ability – if only the established bureaucracy doesn’t […]

California’s Gas Tax Nightmare

California’s Gas Tax Nightmare

  . . . By George Runner California taxpayers don’t have to fall sleep to have a nightmare. They experience one each and every day when they encounter a costly, confusing and constantly-changing tax system. Unfortunately, most efforts to change this system only make matters worse. Take the gas tax, for instance. California consumers currently […]

City of Ventura to become proactive in Code Enforcement

City of Ventura to become proactive in Code Enforcement

. . . . By Camille Harris Ventura: The recently held enforcement “workshop” on March 24th did not lend itself to discuss or even consider solutions put forward by the public as had been expected. The decision had already been made for code enforcement to return to proactive enforcement. It was similar to a regular […]

Taxpayer’s Association–Important speaker coming and update on county pension reform

Taxpayer’s Association–Important speaker coming and update on county pension reform

. . . . By Carla Bonney Well, we continue the battle in our attempt to “reign in” out-of-control public pension in our County.  I personally want to thank all of you that have helped in this fight by getting signatures from your friends and returning them to me.  If you haven’t done this yet, […]

Conejo Valley Unified School District Superintendent intimidating parents who submitted Opt Out form – Fight back!

Conejo Valley Unified School District Superintendent intimidating parents who submitted Opt Out form  –  Fight back!

By Tony Dolz Jeff Barstaad, the Superintendent of the CVUSD is playing us.  The school establishment is rewarded financially for snooping on our children and our families and for gathering information from “voluntary” surveys, tests and assessments which provides information about our families to federal and state government bureaucracy and private company partner$ who develop […]

Common Core–Did you know?

Common Core–Did you know?

  .. . With the exception of a few states (Alaska, search Nebraska, Texas, Virginia) your Governor agreed to Common Core before the standards were written?   Common Core is NOT state led?   Schools must adhere to the program word for word, with the ability to ADD only a small amount of content—but that […]

Age of Aquarius Townhall

Age of Aquarius Townhall

. . . . By Micheal Greer If you are a Republican in California you might as well sit down and shut up. You have no voice. A few of us “evil conservatives” attended a Karen Bass townhall on Saturday, March 15th, at the Crenshaw Christian Center. The subject of the townhall was “Re-Entry Services” […]

Think about privacy–a human right

Think about privacy–a human right

  . . . By Jim Sullivan Judging from recent news articles and discussion in the media, treatment privacy has taken center stage as an important topic in the United States.  The release of government secrets by Bradley Manning and  Edward Snowden are currently the highest profile stories about privacy, find but widespread compiling of […]