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A reporter’s one year journey reporting on— 45th President Donald J. Trump “Making America Great Again”

A reporter’s one year journey reporting on— 45th President Donald J. Trump “Making America Great Again”

By Michael Hernandez, January 20, 2018 Editor’s note: Mr. Hernandez has published a collection of President Trump’s most significant activities every week since the inauguration as “Trump Briefs”. Here are all of them to date, plus a few extras: The following 52 weekly columns were published with the intent of providing balanced coverage of the first […]

One year of Trump: The Fourth 100 Days (Trump Briefs:  Jan. 13-Jan. 19/Day 359-365) Week 52

One year of Trump: The Fourth 100 Days (Trump Briefs:  Jan. 13-Jan. 19/Day 359-365) Week 52

By Michael Hernandez Saturday, January 13  (Day 359): Hawaii imminent ballistic missile attack:  false emergency alert An emergency alert was sent mistakenly on Saturday to Hawaii’s residents warning of an imminent ballistic missile attack when an employee at the state emergency management agency pushed the “wrong button,” Hawaii’s governor said. State officials and the U.S. […]

City of Oroville to Sue Dam Safety For Lying About Dam Safety

City of Oroville to Sue Dam Safety For Lying About Dam Safety

by CHRISS W. STREET The City of Oroville will file the first of what could be hundreds of lawsuits against the State of California for allegedly lying about known dangerous conditions at Oroville Dam. With America’s tallest dam on the verge of collapse last Feb. 7, the Butte County Sheriff issued an emergency evacuation order affecting […]

California AG: ‘We Will Prosecute’ Employers Who Cooperate with Federal Immigration Officials

California AG: ‘We Will Prosecute’ Employers Who Cooperate with Federal Immigration Officials

by JOHN BINDER California Attorney General Xavier Becerra (D) says his office “will prosecute” employers who cooperate with federal immigration officials to deport criminal illegal aliens from the United States. In a press conference on Thursday, the pro-open borders attorney general warned California employers of new state laws that barred businesses from providing information on illegal aliens […]

Illegal immigrants cheer as Dreamer shutdown hits

Illegal immigrants cheer as Dreamer shutdown hits

Democrats called it the Trump shutdown. Republicans labeled it the Schumer shutdown. But in reality, it was the Dreamer shutdown. Illegal immigrant Dreamers had for months begged Democrats to block funding for the government unless the bill granted them citizenship rights.

DOJ Backs Effort to Repeal California Law Requiring Pro-Lifers to Promote Abortion

DOJ Backs Effort to Repeal California Law Requiring Pro-Lifers to Promote Abortion

The Department of Justice filed an amicus (or “friend-of-the-court”) brief at the Supreme Court Wednesday, urging the justices to overturn a California law requiring pro-life crisis pregnancy centers …

Ashley Golden Appointed Interim Oxnard Assistant City Manager

Ashley Golden Appointed Interim Oxnard Assistant City Manager

Oxnard, California – Interim City Manager Scott Whitney has appointed Ashley Golden, director of Oxnard’s Development Services, as Interim Assistant City Manager for the City of Oxnard, effective Jan. 20, 2018. As Interim Assistant City Manager, Golden will continue to serve in her role as director of Development Services. Golden has more than 14 years […]

‘ICE Has Your Six,’ Fed Immigration Chief Tells California Cops

‘ICE Has Your Six,’ Fed Immigration Chief Tells California Cops

Speaking on Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle” Thursday night, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Acting Director Thomas Homan assured local California police officials that “ICE has your six …

Strong earthquake hits the Gulf of California, no tsunami alert

Strong earthquake hits the Gulf of California, no tsunami alert

A strong earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.3 has struck the Gulf of California in northwest Mexico, but there were no immediate reports of damage or casualties. No tsunami warnings have …

Port Hueneme City Council Passes Major New “Citizens Advisory Commission”

Port Hueneme City Council Passes Major New “Citizens Advisory Commission”

At the Tuesday night city council meeting the council passed a measure to create the “Citizens Advisory Commission” which would give citizens the opportunity to work with the council on ideas and issues that would effect the welfare and quality of life in Port Hueneme.  Council members Tom Figg, Will Berg, Jim Hensley and Jon […]

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