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Steve Knight Dog and Pony Show For Disgruntled Democrats AKA The Town Hall

Steve Knight Dog and Pony Show For Disgruntled Democrats AKA The Town Hall

    By Greg Aprahamian Since the inauguration of Donald Trump, Republican Congressmen are currently being heavily targeted by Democrat party activists.  It’s been widely reported that large groups of activists have been storming the offices of Republican Congressmen and CA25 Rep. Steve Knight has been no exception.  Democrat activists have even attempted to protest […]

Ventura schools need to change more than personnel

Ventura schools need to change more than personnel

By Paul D. White   The timing and manner in which the Ventura Unified School District board fired Superintendent Michael Babb on Wednesday was unexpected. It indicated a strong consensus by the board to not delay in bringing in new leadership that will pursue a “different direction” for Ventura schools, as board President Velma Lomax stated. The […]

Let’s All Just Get Along, Ms. Brownley

Let’s All Just Get Along, Ms. Brownley

    By Debra Tash My parents were Democrats, the old fashioned kind, who lived through the depression, served and loved this country, you know, Americans who belonged to the “loyal opposition”.  My parents are gone but not their breed of Democrat who, I would only hope, find the present party leadership so far gone […]

Commentary: Sanctuary City Here?

Commentary: Sanctuary City Here?

    By George Miller Does the name Jamiel Shaw, Jr. mean anything to you?  How about Kate Steinle?  No? Then how about Brian A. Terry?  These are just three fine Americans killed by illegal alien (that is the legal term) felons. Many more were killed this way, or injured, robbed, raped and more. The […]

A Letter to President Trump

A  Letter to President Trump

By Wayne Fishback   Editor’s Note: This letter was penned by Mr. Wayne Fishback.  Mr. Fishback is an architect who has had projects constructed all over the world.  An admirer of Buckminster Fuller, Fishback has always considered himself an environmentalist who works his buildings into a symbiotic harmony with the surrounding landscape. Unfortunately when Mr. Fishback […]

Commentary: Governor Brown’s never-ending drought emergency

Commentary: Governor Brown’s never-ending drought emergency

By Aubrey Bettencourt  It is also time that Governor Brown’s appointed agencies stop playing games and begin the construction of new storage as Californians passed a water bond in 2014. Question: When is California’s drought emergency over? Answer: When Gov. Jerry Brown says it’s over. In January 2014, acting after two successive dry years, Governor Edmund […]

Ms. Brownely — We Demand a True Healthcare Town Hall

Ms. Brownely — We Demand a True Healthcare Town Hall

    By Deborah Baber Savalla   Have you ever read George Orwell’s classic allegorical novella Animal Farm? If yes, I urge you to read it again. If no, I urge you to do so now. Animal Farm on Amazon Why is this important? It is important because that story is what has played out […]

Troll Awards

Troll Awards

    By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   Most Trolls like to hide their true identities preferring to use aliases whenever possible. This year we are going to bring this adherent behavior out of the closet and bestow well deserved awards to those deserving “bugs on the windshield of life” Welcome to […]

Say NO to the Border Tax.

Say NO to the Border Tax.

2017 is off to a promising start: Congress is rolling back burdensome regulations put into place by the Obama administration; they’ve also begun the work on repealing Obamacare; and we’ve supported strong leaders who have been confirmed to lead the Department of Education and the EPA.  Congress is even working on a major tax reform […]

The Latino Art & Cultural Center of Oxnard

The Latino Art & Cultural Center of Oxnard

.   By Armando Vazquez, M.Ed. The dream of a Latino Arts and Cultural Center in California began for me in 1973, when a groups of us Chicano college students at California State University Northridge, founded El Jardin de Flor y Canto, an arts and cultural center in the barrio of Pacoima. So began the […]