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Pacific Legal Foundation present Oral Argument at the Supreme Court for Major Property Rights Case

Pacific Legal Foundation present Oral Argument at the Supreme Court for Major Property Rights Case

Pacific Legal Foundation presented its oral argument in their eleventh case before the Supreme Court of the United States — Murr v. State of Wisconsin and St. Croix County.  It is a major property rights challenge on behalf of the Murr family of Hudson, Wisconsin.  Donna Murr, her five siblings, and other members of the Murr […]

Lawmakers warn judges ruling on travel bans against exceeding power

Lawmakers warn judges ruling on travel bans against exceeding power

This week’s rulings against President Trump’s revised executive order on travel and refugees have sparked heated pushback from Republicans on Capitol Hill, who say judges have crossed the line to become adversaries of this White House – and suggested retribution could be coming. Even some judges seemed worried about the tenor of recent rulings, saying […]

Is there election fraud? Yes! How to address it?

Is there election fraud? Yes! How to address it?

By Pam Faulkner   Election Integrity Project is still working for the citizens of California. For years, millions of Californians have been forming organizations and associations to fight against the encroachment on their Civil Rights, parental rights, property rights, election rights, constitutional rights, etc., brought on by governmental chaos, corruption and lawlessness. Realizing that help […]

The buck stops here? Oxnard Treasurer says he struggles to be allowed to do his job

The buck stops here? Oxnard Treasurer says he struggles to be allowed to do his job

By George Miller Oxnard had horrible financial records. This is not just a matter of opinion, but is documented by multiple outside financial and operational auditors, as well as statements by the City Manager and key staff.  Based on a recent audit, things are much better now, but there are still major problems. The Treasurers’s election race last […]

The First 100 Days (Trump Briefs: March 10-17/Day 50-57) Week 8

The First 100 Days (Trump Briefs: March 10-17/Day 50-57) Week 8

By Michael Hernandez   Friday, March 10 (Day 50): Press Secretary speaks on loyal Obama officials still in government “I think there’s no question, when you have eight years of one party in office,” said White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, “there are people who stay in government—and continue to espouse the agenda of the […]

Is the American Elite Really Elite?

Is the American Elite Really Elite?

. by Victor Davis Hanson/ March 8, 2017   The public no longer believes that privilege and influence should be predicated on titles, brands, and buzz. Establishment furor over the six-week-old Trump administration is growing. Outraged New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman recently compared Trump’s victory to disasters in American history that killed and wounded thousands such […]

Congratulations to members appointed to Oxnard’s Citizen Advisory Groups (CAGs)

Congratulations to members appointed to Oxnard’s Citizen Advisory Groups (CAGs)

Congratulations to members appointed to Oxnard’s Citizen Advisory Groups (CAGs) Members will serve on the CAGs for two years, with the exception of Planning Commission members who will serve for four years. APPOINTMENTS Commission on Homelessness Andrea Renee Houchin, Christine Rutter, Francine Castanon, Grant Leichtfuss, Lizet Melgoza, Lucy Cartagena Martinez, Yukio Okano Community Relations Commission […]

Don’t Sweat the Big Stuff

Don’t Sweat the Big Stuff

. by Victor Davis Hanson/ March 10 , 2017     Politicians who cannot cope with the realities of governing should stop fantasizing about utopia.   The recent Academy Awards ceremony turned into a monotony of hate. Many of the stars who mounted the stage ranted on cue about the evils of President Donald Trump.   Such […]

The First 100 Days (Trump Briefs: March 3-11/Day 43-51) Week 7

The First 100 Days (Trump Briefs: March 3-11/Day 43-51) Week 7

By Michael Hernandez   Friday, March 3 (Day 43): Trump:  “Carriers are the centerpiece of American might” President Trump talking to navy personnel on the Gerald R. Ford aircraft carrier spoke:  “Carriers are the centerpiece of American might.  They project power and strength at sea.”   “We need to give sailors the tools, resources, and training,” […]

Defunding Planned Parenthood must take precedence

Defunding Planned Parenthood must take precedence

President Donald Trump tried to make a deal this week, and it was really simple. Planned Parenthood could continue to receive its $500 million in federal funding annually, if it would stop performing abortions. It was a non-starter. “Planned Parenthood is proud to provide abortion – a necessary service that’s as vital to our mission […]