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Dozens dead as ISIL attacks Coptic Christians in Egypt

Dozens dead as ISIL attacks Coptic Christians in Egypt

ISIL says it was behind two bomb blasts that killed dozens of Coptic Christians in Egypt on Sunday, as they marked Palm Sunday ahead of Easter. In Tanta and in Alexandria, church services on one of the holiest days of the Christian calendar ended in carnage. At least 27 people died and nearly 80 were […]

Voters, students protest Oxnard Union High School District teacher bias

Voters, students protest Oxnard Union High School District teacher bias

By George Miller Over a dozen irate and motivated parents, residents and students spoke at the 4-5-17 Oxnard Union High School District board meeting about what they say is extreme election-related teacher bias in Rancho Campana High School. Two brothers both attending the school collected and chronicled a most interesting and disturbing dossier, dating back to […]

California Senate passes 12-cent gas tax hike; passage in Assembly expected

California Senate passes 12-cent gas tax hike; passage in Assembly expected

SACRAMENTO — With one Republican vote, the California Senate narrowly mustered the support it needed to pass a $52 billion transportation package with a two-thirds vote, a proposal to fix California’s pothole-ridden roads and unstable bridges by hiking gas taxes and vehicle license fees. It passed 27-11, and now moves to the Assembly, where it also […]

U.S. launches strike on Syrian military airfield: Here’s what we know

U.S. launches strike on Syrian military airfield: Here’s what we know

President Donald Trump suggests that Syrian President Bashar Assad may have to leave power after this week’s chemical weapons attack. Speaking to reporters aboard Air Force One, Trump said that what happened in Syria is a disgrace to humanity. AP The U.S. launched cruise missiles against Syria Friday, a day after President Trump said a […]

Devin Nunes steps aside from Russia investigation

Devin Nunes steps aside from Russia investigation

House Speaker Paul D. Ryan announced Thursday that the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee will no longer lead the panel’s investigation into Russian interference of the 2016 campaign and allegations of collusion with the Trump campaign. Mr. Ryan, Wisconsin Republican, said in a statement that Rep. Devin Nunes, California Republican, offered to step aside […]

Teacher bias at Rancho Campana H.S.

Teacher bias at Rancho Campana H.S.

By Deborah Baber-Savalla At least thirteen reports of election-related teacher bias at Rancho Campana High School in Camarillo (Oxnard Unified High School District) prompted this report. This article is updated to the present and includes additions and corrections to the original article which inaccurately identified the high school and the superintendent associated with the 100-dollar […]

Aaron Starr Serves Oxnard with a Prop. 218 lawsuit + cupcakes

Aaron Starr Serves Oxnard with a Prop. 218 lawsuit + cupcakes

Moving Oxnard Forward   Editor’s note: At your service! Aaron Starr has Oxnard served with lawsuit and residents served with cupcakes simultaneously. He says that the City has violated statutes and multiple legal precedents making it settled law that a city may not charge utility “infrastructure fees.”       Starr’s 4-5-17 statement at Oxnard […]

Voice your opinion! Do you support $52 billion CA tax increase?

Voice your opinion! Do you support $52 billion CA tax increase?

    Higher gas taxes and car registration fees are not the answer We can fix roads without taking more money from hard-working families   Please take a moment to watch this short video on the $52 billion transportation tax increase proposed by Governor Jerry Brown and legislative leaders. Later this week the Legislature is […]

Santa Paula: Inaugural Tax Measure Oversight Commission Chosen

Santa Paula: Inaugural Tax Measure Oversight Commission Chosen

By Sheryl Hamlin Taxing History In 2014, the City Council of Santa Paula approved a ballot measure, Measure F, a one cent sales tax which required monies to be divided into specific percentages for specific beneficiaries. A Specific Tax requires a 2/3 vote to pass. Measure F failed. In 2016, with the financial picture more […]

Rice ‘ordered’ spies to produce ‘detailed spreadsheets’ involving Trump

Rice ‘ordered’ spies to produce ‘detailed spreadsheets’ involving Trump

Former U.S. Attorney: Susan Rice Ordered Spy Agencies To Produce ‘Detailed Spreadsheets’ Involving Trump By Richard Pollock Reprinted with permission of the Daily Caller News Foundation Former President Barack Obama’s national security adviser Susan Rice ordered U.S. spy agencies to produce “detailed spreadsheets” of legal phone calls involving Donald Trump and his aides when he […]