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Protest in Thousand Oaks: Defund Planned Parenthood

Protest in Thousand Oaks: Defund Planned Parenthood

By Beau Akers More than 120 citizens rallied in Thousand Oaks to peacefully protest Planned Parenthood’s selling of aborted baby parts. The demonstration in Thousand Oaks was one of hundreds in the first nationwide protest against Planned Parenthood. The call for national protests occurred after a spate of undercover videos from the Center for Medical […]

Planned Parenthood to be protested Saturday

Planned Parenthood to be protested Saturday

By George Miller Longtime abortion opponents have now been joined by additional masses disgusted and outraged by the alleged revelations of the Center for Medical Progress videotapes of Planned Parenthood and StemExpress officials talking about selling baby parts from aborted fetuses, some claimed to be pulled out of wombs and cut up with hearts still beating- or sold intact. […]

Ventura County: The “bestest” place ever to be

Ventura County: The “bestest” place ever to be

By George Miller We saw in the Washington Post that Ventura County had been rated the #1 county in the U.S. to live.  But for what and how was it rated? Well it turns out that was derived from a government rating system based upon “natural amenities,” meaning weather and geography. Yeah, that’s why many of us […]

CPUC eliminates “smart meter” opt-out fees

CPUC eliminates “smart meter” opt-out fees

By George Miller When “smart meters” were rolled out by utilities across the nation as part of the “smart grid” technology, there was much opposition. The “Smart Grid” was sold based on being able to monitor power usage much more closely, to identify trends, usage patterns, eventually implement time phased billing to encourage flattening of […]

And it’s McCoy for Thousand Oaks City Council!

And it’s McCoy for Thousand Oaks City Council!

 By  George Miller It was a cliff-hanger competitive race in a special City Council election to replace Jacqui Irwin. She abruptly cut short her term when she won an Assembly seat last November, in a close race with Rob McCoy, who is now Thousand Oaks’ newest Councilman. Ed Jones was  ahead by only 75 votes at […]

T.O. Council vote so far: Jones, McCoy, Roundtree, Rasheed

T.O. Council vote so far: Jones, McCoy, Roundtree, Rasheed

Thousand Oaks City Council candidates’ debate- 5-9-15

Thousand Oaks City Council candidates’ debate- 5-9-15

By Kevin Harris Ed Jones, Rob McCoy, Dan Roundtree and Chaise Rasheed faced off in Saturday’s Thousand Oaks City Council candidates forum. The topics of water rationing, traffic congestion and mixed use development brought out the best in the candidates.   The Greater Conejo Chamber of Commerce and CLU held the event at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks. […]

National Day of Prayer Thurs. May 7- Where/When

National Day of Prayer Thurs. May 7- Where/When

 Events around Ventura County SEARCH RESULTS Some events: May 7, ambulance Noon- Ventura County Government Center Main Fountain Between the Hall of Justice and the Administration Building 800 S. Victoria Ave Ventura, order CA 93003 – See more at: http://www.kdar.com/Template3/events/default.aspx?id=70397#sthash.vFtPBCPU.dpuf 16th Annual YMCA National Day of Prayer Breakfast Set for May 7 Howard Wennes, ed former […]

Forum for three Thousand Oaks City Council candidates- video

Forum for three Thousand Oaks City Council candidates- video

By George Miller The Westlake and Conejo Valley Republican Women Federated group sponsored this April 17 event at Los Robles Greens, ailment which consisted simply of the three Republican candidates- Dan Roundtree, site Ed Jones and Rob McCoy- each talking for 12 minutes, troche no questions. The event was video-recorded by KADYTV. Graduating Newbury Park […]

Thousand Oaks Candidates Debate

Thousand Oaks Candidates Debate

By William Hicks The debate was opened with a prayer by Evelyn Colby and followed by the Pledge of Allegiance with Terry Howard. There were members of both the Thousand Oaks Republican Womens Federated and her Sister counterpart from Westlake Village. A scholarship was earned by Henry Herata for his essay on “What The Constitution […]