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Fisherman’s Wharf Public Outreach Meeting Doesn’t Go as Intended

Fisherman’s Wharf Public Outreach Meeting Doesn’t Go as Intended

By George Miller Although this was an Oxnard event, it should be of interest to anyone in the region interested in coastal/harbor recreation matters. On Monday, April 22, over 250 people showed up for a City Of Oxnard public workshop held as required for public outreach on a  proposed change to the city’s Local Coastal […]

Judicial Watch: Supreme Court Moves to Overturn Conviction of Veteran Fined and Jailed for Digging Ponds on his Rural Montana Property

Judicial Watch: Supreme Court Moves to Overturn Conviction of Veteran Fined and Jailed for Digging Ponds on his Rural Montana Property

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced on Monday that the Supreme Court of the United States has overturned a lower court decision affirming the conviction of Joseph Robertson, a 78-year-old veteran now deceased who was sentenced to prison for digging ditches on his rural Montana property to protect the area surrounding his home from wildfires. Judicial Watch had […]

9th Circuit Sides With California Sanctuary City Laws And Against DOJ

9th Circuit Sides With California Sanctuary City Laws And Against DOJ

Audrey Conklin | Reporter   The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco ruled against President Donald Trump on Thursday, affirming that California’s sanctuary city statutes do not conflict with federal immigration laws. The case began in March 2018 when the Department of Justice (DOJ) filed a lawsuit against three of California’s laws regarding immigration, […]

Moving Oxnard Forward Files 5 Oxnard Voter Initiatives

Moving Oxnard Forward Files 5 Oxnard Voter Initiatives

By George Miller Aaron Starr of moving Oxnard Forward (MOF), which won the utility rate rollback initiative and subsequent city lawsuit attacking it (now in appeal), filed a blizzard of 5 new ballot initiatives with the Oxnard City Clerk on Thursday, April 18, 2019. They cover diverse topics such as: term limits, open/transparent meetings and […]

Read the (Redacted) Mueller Report

Read the (Redacted) Mueller Report

By Staff The Mueller report makes it clear that President Donald Trump is not guilty of collusion, but says he might possibly have been obstructing the investigation of his non-crime, but stops short of any conclusions or recommendations. Is it wrong to speak up about a fraudulent investigation? Read it yourself if you have the […]

AG Barr: ‘Bottom Line’ From Mueller Report Is ‘No Collusion’

AG Barr: ‘Bottom Line’ From Mueller Report Is ‘No Collusion’

By CHUCK ROSS, Reporter Attorney General William Barr reiterated at a press conference Thursday that special counsel Robert Mueller found no evidence to establish that President Donald Trump or members of his campaign colluded with Russians to influence the 2016 election. “After nearly two years of investigation, thousands of subpoenas, and hundreds of warrants and witness […]

A Cathedral Architect Explains Why Notre Dame Is Still In Grave Danger

A Cathedral Architect Explains Why Notre Dame Is Still In Grave Danger

 Christopher Bedford | Editor in Chief, The Daily Caller News Foundation    The cathedral is still in danger. Notre Dame — an icon of France, a symbol of the West, and one of the most beautiful expressions of Catholic worship — burned Monday while the world watched and the faithful prayed. By morning, thanks to the […]

Oxnard Council Reviews Initial “Model” to Address Homelessness

Oxnard Council Reviews Initial “Model” to Address Homelessness

By George Miller At the April 16,.2019 Oxnard City Council meeting, the main act was City Manager Nguyen’s recommended “Housing First” concept  for dealing with the homeless crisis. This very ambitious approach would focus on getting people into stable, permanent living accommodations first, then providing services to support and move them along toward self-sustenance, where […]

Norte-Dame Cathedral in Paris is on Fire

Norte-Dame Cathedral in Paris is on Fire

By Staff, A fire started on the wooden roof of the historic cathedral in Paris at 6:30 PM local time.  The church was under repair and it is not known if that construction activities caused the blaze. Firefighters were not called out until 7 PM, nearly a half hour after the fire began. This story […]

Gun Shows and 5G Cell Towers; Explosive Debates at Simi City Council Monday Night!

Gun Shows and 5G Cell Towers; Explosive Debates at Simi City Council Monday Night!

By Kevin Harris The Simi Valley City Council voted to take no action in response to the County Board’s request for written support for its halting of local gun shows at public facilities, and also voted to try to retain some local support amidst aggressive, federal “cell tower” legislation, during Monday night’s city council meeting. […]