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Oxnard water cost of service study released- on 7/11 Council agenda

Oxnard water cost of service study released- on 7/11 Council agenda

By George Miller A draft of the water cost of service study required for Proposition 218 compliance to justify utility rates was released by Oxnard this week. Prepared by consulting firm Carollo Engineers and Oxnard staff, it sets the stage for rate increases scheduled for September 1.  This  will be discussed at the Tuesday, July […]

Local activist fights on in civil rights case

Local activist fights on in civil rights case

By Bruce Boyer   Editor’s note:  After a long dispute about the allowability of vehicle advertising signs, where he repeatedly baited authorities with test cases (not just in Simi Valley, but some LA County cities), had repeated citations, confiscations, he was arrested without notice, jailed and charged with what he says are 10 criminal offenses. […]

California Closer to Becoming ‘Sanctuary State,’ Over Law Enforcement Objections

California Closer to Becoming ‘Sanctuary State,’ Over Law Enforcement Objections

by ASSEMBLYMAN TIM DONNELLY The California State Assembly Judiciary Committee approved Democrats’ so-called “sanctuary state” bill on Wednesday, over the objections of law enforcement groups and Democrat-leaning sheriffs’ unions. According to the Courthouse News Service (CNS), State Senate President Pro Tem Kevin De León (D-Los Angeles) claims that his Senate Bill 54, the “California Values Act,” is designed to prohibit all […]

Poland Trump speech:  A ‘defining’ moment and a ‘tale of two narratives’

Poland Trump speech:  A ‘defining’ moment and a ‘tale of two narratives’

By Michael Hernandez President Ronald Reagan had his “Tear down this wall” speech at the Brandenburg Gate  of the Berlin Wall on June 12, 1987: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tear_down_this_wall! President Donald J. Trump now has his Western Civilization speech at Poland’s Krasinski Square in Warsaw.  Both speeches are defining speeches for these men; for their nations; and for […]

NYC officer shot, killed while sitting in police vehicle

NYC officer shot, killed while sitting in police vehicle

An on-duty New York City police officer was killed early Wednesday after a gunman walked up to a police vehicle and fired one round through a window, authorities said. Officer Miosotis Familia, a 12-year veteran assigned to the New York City Police Department’s 46th Precinct’s anti-crime unit, was taken to St. Barnabas Hospital in the […]

The Independence Adventure–Happy Independence Day

The Independence Adventure–Happy Independence Day

By David Pu’u I like the Fourth of July as a holiday a lot. It always reminds me that some were brave enough to sacrifice the relative comforts of home to embark on the adventure of a lifetime and in process change the potential of their lives. They became Independent. It was not without risk, […]

‘Sanctuary City’ San Francisco Pays Illegal Alien $190k for Reporting Him to ICE

‘Sanctuary City’ San Francisco Pays Illegal Alien $190k for Reporting Him to ICE

By ASSEMBLYMAN TIM DONNELLY San Francisco has agreed to a $190,000 payout in a lawsuit brought by an illegal alien alleging they violated their own “sanctuary city” policies and reported him to federal immigration authorities. Pedro Figueroa-Zarceno, a 33-year old El Salvadoran in the U.S. illegally, agreed to settle his lawsuit, which he filed after someone […]

CNN producer calls Trump ‘crazy,’ voters ‘stupid as sh–‘ in latest Project Veritas video

CNN producer calls Trump ‘crazy,’ voters ‘stupid as sh–‘ in latest Project Veritas video

A producer for CNN’s morning news show said that media insiders view President Trump as a “clown” who’s “f-ing crazy” and voters as “stupid as sh-” in an undercover video released Friday by Project Veritas. Jimmy Carr, a producer for CNN’s “New Day” starring Chris Cuomo and Alisyn Camerota, said “90 percent of us are […]

Donald Trump floats repeal, then quickly replace, idea on health care

Donald Trump floats repeal, then quickly replace, idea on health care

President Trump on Friday floated a potential Plan B to Senate Republicans who are struggling to break an intraparty logjam and pass a health care bill. “If Republican Senators are unable to pass what they are working on now, they should immediately REPEAL, and then REPLACE at a later date!” he tweeted. The idea mirrors […]

Federal judge blocks California ban on high-capacity magazines

Federal judge blocks California ban on high-capacity magazines

Second Amendment – Ventura County Published by · 2 hours ago · http://www.sacbee.com/news/state/article158965184.html Read more: Federal judge blocks California ban on high-capacity magazines A federal judge issued a preliminary injunction Thursday finding that a voter-approved California law barring people from possessing magazines with more than 10 bullets… SACBEE.COM   “The State of California’s desire to […]