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California’s High-Speed Rail on Track to Open in 80 Years

California’s High-Speed Rail on Track to Open in 80 Years

Six years after the controversial California High-Speed Rail Authority was approved by the California Legislature, just 7% of the estimated 1,100 pieces needed for the first leg to travel 130 miles across sparsely populated Central California farm country has been acquired. At this rate, it will take another 80 years before construction can start. Because […]

Election fraud in Oxnard?

Election fraud in Oxnard?

By George Miller We don’t know yet for sure if it is major fraud, but it doesn’t look good.  Jeffrey White of Newbury Park was observing ballot counting at Ventura County election headquarters. He told us that he observed a high (85% of the samples he observed) percentage of absentee ballots with signatures that didn’t […]

NRG wins SCE contract to build power plant at Mandalay Beach, Oxnard

NRG wins SCE contract to build power plant at Mandalay Beach, Oxnard

By George Miller The contract  award by Southern California Edison (SCE) doesn’t necessarily mean that  NRG will be building the power plant- only that their bid to do so has been accepted. It would have to go through other approvals.  The California Energy Commission has final authority on any decision to build or operate a power plant […]

Close election races- CD26, AD44

Close election races- CD26, AD44

By George Miller   Update Thursday 11/13: Brownley declares herself the winner, Gorell says wait for votes to be counted. Perello pulls to within 25 votes of Huber in Oxnard Council race, McCoy probably lost in AD44 to Irwin. Update 130 PM Friday: Brownley 1000 votes ahead of Gorell in Dist. 26 Congressional contest,  McCoy farther behind Irwin […]

California Teachers Brace For Impact

California Teachers Brace For Impact

Poll: Support For Gun Control Has Plummeted Since 2012

Poll: Support For Gun Control Has Plummeted Since 2012

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California Voter Guide—Judges up for election

California Voter Guide—Judges up for election

By Craig Huey Editor’s note: By now, most of you have received your sample ballots. Most people have no idea who the judges/candidates are. Craig Huey, a direct marketing professional, who has run for Congress, who has monitored judges for a long time, knows more than most people and offers his publication: http://www.judgevoterguide.com/#ventura, which explains the criteria […]

Oxnard Police evaluate their service to community with help of Cal Lu University

Oxnard Police evaluate their service to community with help of Cal Lu University

Governor Perry wows audience at Reagan Library

Governor Perry wows audience at Reagan Library

By Debra Tash Texas governor, Rick Perry, spoke to an enthusiastic crowd Monday evening at the Reagan Library.  He touted the business friendly climate in the state where he was voted governor for three full terms.  “It’s nice to visit California even when I’m not recruiting businesses.” He feels good about the coming mid-terms and […]

Why a chunk of the San Gabriel Mountains was left out of the national monument

Why a chunk of the San Gabriel Mountains was left out of the national monument