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John Kelly ‘stunned’ over criticism of Trump’s ‘sacred’ call to Army widow

John Kelly ‘stunned’ over criticism of Trump’s ‘sacred’ call to Army widow

White House Chief of Staff John Kelly on Thursday admonished a Democratic congresswoman for defiling something sacred by politicizing President Trump’s condolence call to the widow of a Green Beret killed in action in Niger.

Why the New Obamacare ‘Fix’ Is a Dud, and Why the Narrative Justifying It is Wrong

Why the New Obamacare ‘Fix’ Is a Dud, and Why the Narrative Justifying It is Wrong

While President Donald Trump’s response to the bipartisan health care proposal on Capitol Hill has slid from optimistic to negative, and then back to optimistic, he would be right to move away from this deal. … companies that were promised Obamacare subsidies for offering higher-level plans at a cost below their value. As The Daily […]

Project Veritas Exposes America’s Pravda

Project Veritas Exposes America’s Pravda

New York Times Senior Home Page Editor, Des Shoe, Admits Company Culture of Blatant Bias at NYT is “widely understood to be liberal-leaning…” NYT Journalists: “if we write about him [Trump], and how insanely crazy he is…maybe people will read it and be like…we shouldn’t vote for him.” Calls Trump an “oblivious idiot” and Pence […]

NASA Damage Map Aids California Wildfire Response

NASA Damage Map Aids California Wildfire Response

The image at top is part of a larger map of damage (red and yellow squares) from the northern California wildfires. This section of the map shows Santa Rosa, California. The full map covers the entire area outlined in red at bottom.

Multi-Agency public/private task force raids Oxnard toxic superfund site homeless encampment

Multi-Agency public/private task force raids Oxnard toxic superfund site homeless encampment

By George Miller Years ago, the Oxnard Halaco site at 6200 Perkins Road was used for recycling toxic metals. It is a designated superfund site and a blight on Oxnard’s long seacoast of sundrenched, wildlife-packed beaches. There is even talk of someday making this area part of a regional park which would also include the […]

Ventura City Firefighters Extricate Victim From Accident — Survivor of Morning Crash on 126 Fwy.

Ventura City Firefighters Extricate Victim From Accident — Survivor of Morning Crash on 126 Fwy.

On October 19th at 6:57 AM,  Ventura City Firefighters were called to the scene of a vehicle collision on the eastbound 126 freeway, east of Kimball road.  Upon arrival firefighters discovered a jack knifed semi-truck off the roadway, a full size pickup truck wrapped around a eucalyptus tree and a passenger sedan in the freeway […]

43rd Annual PAL National Boxing Championship again held in Oxnard!

43rd Annual PAL National Boxing Championship again held in Oxnard!

By Peter Godinez (Xerox Ambassador) The community of Oxnard recently completed another successful event:  the 43rd Annual Oxnard PAL National Boxing Championship.  Hundreds of people turned up at the event, featuring both female and male competitive boxers from all parts of the U.S.  Match results at end of this article.   The profile of people involved […]

House Conservative Leader Calls Obamacare Bailout Bill ‘Unacceptable’

House Conservative Leader Calls Obamacare Bailout Bill ‘Unacceptable’

The latest attempt at a legislative fix to Obamacare was met with a mixture of hesitance and outright opposition by Republicans who have repeatedly vowed to pass a comprehensive repeal and replace bill. … sentiment, telling Politico, “I’m going to wait and examine the details.” Content created by The Daily Caller News Foundation is available […]

California fire toll rises to 42

California fire toll rises to 42

The death toll from California’s wildfires rose to 42 on Wednesday, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire) said, as rescuers found another body. The latest victim …

Simi Valley sextortionist convicted for a second time

Simi Valley sextortionist convicted for a second time

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that Alex Scott Roberts (DOB 07/13/95), of Simi Valley, pleaded guilty to six felony charges, including sexual battery by restraint, and five counts of attempted extortion. The matter was investigated by the Simi Valley Police Department and the District Attorney’s Office. Between March 2017, and […]