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President Trump: In my first 100 days, I kept my promise to Americans

By Donald J. Trump, April 29, 2017 One hundred days ago, I took the oath of office and made a pledge: We are not merely going to transfer political power from one party to another, but instead are going to transfer that power from Washington, D.C., and give it back to the people. In the past 100 […]

California’s 12,209,605 Medicaid/CHIP Enrollees Outnumber Populations of 44 States

California’s 12,209,605 Medicaid/CHIP Enrollees Outnumber Populations of 44 States

. . By Stephen Frank Congratulations to President Brown and his Sacramento buddies.  California now has as many people on Medicaid as there are people in 44 other States.  California has taken the title, easily of the POVERTY/WELFARE capitol of the United States. “- The number of people enrolled in Medicaid and the Children’s Health […]

California Dreamin’ – A Criminal’s Paradise

By: Rafael Dagnesses, April 27, 2017     California lawmakers from Oakland and Los Angeles want to continue where the early release of prisoners left off: Ending California’s bail system so that those charged with a crime don’t have any incentive to appear in court. Under the banner of justice, poverty, equality and delusion, Oakland […]

Trump, Trudeau deliver Earth Day present

Trump, Trudeau deliver Earth Day present

. . By Tom Harris In his official Earth Day statement, President Donald Trump said nothing at all about climate change, global warming, or greenhouse gases. Instead, his April 22nd remarks focused on well-understood issues such as “keeping our air and water clean, … preserving our forests, lakes, and open spaces, and … protecting endangered […]

You Have Reasons To Be Concerned How Ventura Spends Your Tax Money

You Have Reasons To Be Concerned How Ventura Spends Your Tax Money

“FEW THINGS ARE HARDER TO PUT UP WITH THAN THE ANNOYANCE OF A GOOD EXAMPLE“ —Mark Twain Complaining about how Ventura spends our tax money is like complaining about the weather. Everyone talks about it, but nobody does anything about it. When Ventura spends money on projects, you trust and hope city officials would spend […]

Political Bias in Our Schools

Political Bias in Our Schools

. . By Manuela Walter . It is well known that many of our universities have an extremely liberal political bias, where professors somehow feel the need to tell their students about their personal political opinions, which are generally very left-leaning. We have now experienced this in our own backyard. Since the November presidential election, […]

Senate bill 54 would make us less safe

Senate bill 54 would make us less safe

 .  ‘.  ‘ By Geoff Dean   . Local law enforcement has been repeatedly clear: We have not and will not be involved in immigration enforcement in our communities. We believe that a strong relationship with our communities built on trust is essential. Recent conversations surrounding federal immigration policies have caused fear among segments of the […]

Constituent reports on Congressman’s Steve Knight’s Town Hall

Constituent reports on Congressman’s Steve Knight’s Town Hall

By Joe Panzarello   I thought I would send you an email with a short “report” on the town hall meeting in Simi Valley with Steve Knight.  You probably had someone there anyway, but here is my take for what it’s worth.  The room was definitely packed with at least 300 attendees and media was there […]

Trumping healthcare’s bad hand — Improve US healthcare without breaking the bank

Trumping healthcare’s bad hand — Improve US healthcare without breaking the bank

. . Some history lessons and suggestions to improve US healthcare without breaking the bank   By Scot Faulkner As the White House and Republican leaders continue debates and negotiations on a new bill, the blamestorming continues over the failure to repeal and replace Obamacare. Congressional Republicans have only themselves to blame. Since returning to majority […]

The Price of The Nuclear Option: A Republican Mandate

The Price of The Nuclear Option: A Republican Mandate

    By Mike Smith The new rules change allowing only a simple senate majority vote for Supreme Court justice nominees favors the Constitution—Judge Neil Gorsuch has become Chief Justice Gorsuch, filling Justice Antonin Scalia’s vacancy. But the rules change is also a double-edged sword. Now, should another Supreme Court vacancy open in the future—and […]