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Mexican Woman Harassed For Wearing MAGA Hat Speaks Out |

Mexican Woman Harassed For Wearing MAGA Hat Speaks Out |

Stephanie Hamill | Video Columnist WATCH:     A Trump supporter and dual citizen for Tijuana, Mexico, is speaking out after being harassed at a post office in Southern California for wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat. Paloma Zuniga, who goes by “Paloma For Trump” on social media, says she was at a Chula […]

Politicians Look to Grab More Money – While Passing on the Costs to You

Politicians Look to Grab More Money – While Passing on the Costs to You

    By Ventura County Taxpayers Association (VCTA) Another day, another scramble for more tax revenue in California.   Although state budget reserves have grown to a record high of more than $15 billion, according to Ventura County Taxpayers Association (VCTA), new tax proposals keep popping up in Sacramento. Two proposals to raise existing taxes and expand […]

Death Penalty Exhausted Appeals – Part 2

Death Penalty Exhausted Appeals – Part 2

.. By Michele Hanisee This is the second in a series of articles that focuses on the murderers on California’s death row who have exhausted all appeals. The last impediment to executions is a federal stay that is now being challenged by several elected District Attorneys and victims. Newsom’s blocking the execution of these vicious […]

Just Checking Reality

Just Checking Reality

    By Sigrid Weidenweber As we hear daily all the “Climate Change” propaganda and the Green New deal, I was astounded when I found the reprint of a sobering speech by the UN director of the New York Office of the UN Environment Program, or UNEP, a Mr. Noel Brown in the Notable & […]

Conejo Valley USD School Board Bullying

Conejo Valley USD School Board Bullying

    By Tony Dolz Let parents parent.  Let school board members serve, not bully. Faced with school policies that they do not like, parents choose the best school for their children.   Parents have already pulled 22% of students out of district public schools and put them in private schools, home-schooled or fled the district. Do […]

Nipsey’s Hustle

Nipsey’s Hustle

    by Paul D. White Rapper Nipsey Hussle’s recent murder in Los Angeles was tragic.  The reverent accolades bestowed since then by celebrities, glorifying his life and musical work, have been absurd. Hussle’s rap messages were cancerous to our nation’s youth, and showcase the morally sick culture of the rap universe that has infected […]

Trump Ends Obama’s Taxpayer-Funded Mortgages for Illegal aliens

Trump Ends Obama’s Taxpayer-Funded Mortgages for Illegal aliens

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Did you know that under Obama your tax dollars were used to give illegal aliens Federal assistance in mortgages?  Free health care, free education, allowed to work and vote, protected by the police from Federal law enforcement—why shouldn’t our nation be flooded with criminals from foreign […]

Former Production supervisor City of Ventura Water Takes Issue with City’s Claimed Water Shortage

Former Production supervisor City of Ventura Water Takes Issue with City’s Claimed Water Shortage

    By Joseph Richardson I am writing this and sharing it as widely as I can. My hope is to inform as many people about the false claims and faulty planning by the City of Ventura Water Dept staff. The first claim: There is a water shortage:            1.     There […]

Three months in, Newsom has only tepid approval

Three months in, Newsom has only tepid approval

    By Dan Walters Gavin Newsom coasted into the governorship last year, defeating his Republican rival by more than a 3-2 margin. It seems a little odd, therefore, that three months into his governorship, he enjoys only tepid popular support. A new poll by the Public Policy Institute of California found that just 45 percent of all […]

HAMMOND: Lindsey Graham Holds Another Senate Hearing For Gun Confiscation

HAMMOND: Lindsey Graham Holds Another Senate Hearing For Gun Confiscation

Michael Hammond | Gun Owners of America You would have thought, from the press coverage, that gun confiscation/red flag legislation took a big step forward in last week’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearings. Instead, the opposite is probably the case. These bills would mostly support anti-gun states that allow police or angry relatives to strip a […]