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Response to Mayor Figg’s editorial on POA audit of Port Hueneme

Response to Mayor Figg’s editorial on POA audit of Port Hueneme

By William Stevenson   Mayor Figg, As a Police Officer for the Port Hueneme Police Department, I feel the utmost need to pen this response to your opinion letter. You state your interest is to retain our home town police department but are you familiar with the trouble we had keeping this home town police department […]

From Oxnard to Houston: For Mexicans, Justice Strangled by Police Terror

From Oxnard to Houston: For Mexicans, Justice Strangled by Police Terror

by Colectivo Todo Poder al Pueblo When police commit cold-blooded murder, they’re not treated like criminals — but their victims, like John Hernandez & Robert Ramirez, are criminalized and slandered. John Hernandez of Houston, Texas, will be remembered more for his death than his life. On the floor, with a police officer’s husband on top of […]

Like it or Not: The World of Small Business is Changing Thanks to the Internet

Like it or Not: The World of Small Business is Changing Thanks to the Internet

  . By Stephen Frank The world is changing.  It is estimated that is less than five years 25% of the nation’s malls will be closed.  The use of the Internet to buy everything from baby diapers to world cruises is easy, cheaper and also slows down climate change.  My wife and I bought all […]

The Gathering Storm: America After Leftism in the Era of Islamic Conquest

The Gathering Storm: America After Leftism in the Era of Islamic Conquest

. . By Mike Smith It’s easy to think that leftism is America’s biggest threat. Most of us choose to be concerned with only what affects us immediately, which only proves leftism’s success in America. Leftist power brokers think big, far and wide in their strategy to make people think small, narrowly and thinly. And […]

$370 Billion a Year in Higher Taxes and Fees Proposed In First Six Months of Legislative Session

$370 Billion a Year in Higher Taxes and Fees Proposed In First Six Months of Legislative Session

    By Stephen Frank Democrats are hard at work to force you into higher taxes, a lower standard of living, or calling yourself a Texan.  Seriously can you afford the over $300 billion in taxes they are demanding through legislation?  Can you afford the $52 billion to finance the train to nowhere, while maintaining […]

OPINION on Port Hueneme POA’s financial audit of the City

OPINION on Port Hueneme POA’s financial audit of the City

By Tom Figg, June 8, 2017 . On Tuesday May 23rd, the Port Hueneme Police Officers Association (“POA”) conducted a public meeting to inform residents and other city employees of Port Hueneme’s “true financial status.” I attended the event as an interested 40-year resident and long-time supporter of the Police Department. I’m also the Mayor […]

Commentary: City of Ventura Golf Courses Bleeding Taxpayers

Commentary: City of Ventura Golf Courses Bleeding Taxpayers

    We begin with the punchline: $13.8 million tax dollars wasted on unsuccessful city golf courses.  That is what Ventura residents will pay over the next 15 years to cover accumulated and future losses at the Olivas and Buenaventura municipal golf courses – drowning in debt and unnecessary city overhead.  Golf course losses are projected to continue accumulating at $600,000 […]

Historic: Trump rejects Paris climate treaty

Historic: Trump rejects Paris climate treaty

  By Jon Rappoport  June 1, 2017, a day that will live in infamy for the liar, thieves, and killers of the new international economic order. They will see it as infamy, because their plan to sink the economy of America into a final death rattle has been rejected by Trump. Fake climate science has […]

Discussion with a Progressive about the Estate “Death” Tax

Discussion with a Progressive about the Estate “Death” Tax

    By Dr. Kevin McNamee The following is a discussion with a Facebook Progressive which illustrates the divide in our country regarding paying ones “fair share and transferring wealth”.  This discussion was prompted by Senator Sanders question to President Trump’s Budget Director about the proposed elimination of the death tax.  SENATOR SANDERS: I asked […]

Open letter to President Trump: Please Exit the Paris Climate Treaty

Open letter to President Trump: Please Exit the Paris Climate Treaty

    Dear Mr. President: Please Exit Paris Are you are still wondering whether to Exit Paris? Overseas and US officials, environmentalists and bureaucrats urge you to Remain. But you promised voters you would Exit. Please keep your promises. Exit Paris isn’t about the environment. It’s about letting us utilize our fossil fuel energy to […]