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Major Networks Ignore Illegal Alien Rape at High School

Major Networks Ignore Illegal Alien Rape at High School

Even though a local Fox News reporter raised the story during Tuesday’s White House press briefing, three major news networks ignored the rape of a 14-year-old teenager in Maryland by at least one illegal immigrant, according to a Wednesday report from the Media Research Center. MRC, a right-leaning media watchdog, noted that Fox News was […]

California Lawmakers Look to Punish Companies That Work on Trump’s Border Wall

California Lawmakers Look to Punish Companies That Work on Trump’s Border Wall

Companies that contract to build President Donald’s Trump’s proposed border wall might soon have a tough time doing business in California, if state and municipal lawmakers have their way. Legislators in the statehouse and several major cities have proposed laws that would prohibit their governments from hiring firms that have done work on the wall, […]

Earthquakes Could Cause California To Sink Below Sea Level

Earthquakes Could Cause California To Sink Below Sea Level

Add “sinking below sea level” to California’s list of natural disaster worries. Portions of the Golden State could be at risk of abruptly dropping into the sea during a severe earthquake like the “Big One” scientists have been predicting for years, according to a study published Monday. By assessing seismic activity, scientists have estimated in […]

Oxnard middle mgmt. employees: what about us?

Oxnard middle mgmt. employees: what about us?

By George Miller In recent years, Oxnard has paid lots of people six figure salaries with juicy perks. Hourly employees have seen  their fortunes improved as society and the city recovered from the crippling recession. But the City’s “middle management” employees sometimes find themselves making less than the people they manage. At the 3-21-17 Oxnard […]

Gunshots, Injuries Reported In UK

Gunshots, Injuries Reported In UK

UPDATE: 11:23 a.m. EDT — The leader of the House of Commons told members of Parliament Wednesday in London that he had limited information on a reported shooting but there was a “serious incident,” the Guardian reported. “It seems that a police officer has been stabbed; that the alleged assailant was shot by armed police,” […]

Santa Paula: Fire, Schools and Enterprise Funds

Santa Paula: Fire, Schools and Enterprise Funds

By Sheryl Hamlin More Details Emerge about Annexation to Ventura County Fire District In an oral presentation, Chief Araiza informed the council of the following: LAFCO requires large fees for the annexation which the county will pay, unless the annexation does not go to fruition. By the April 3rd meeting, he will present more details […]

Santa Paula: Agreement Reached in Historic Hardison Property Lawsuit

Santa Paula: Agreement Reached in Historic Hardison Property Lawsuit

By Sheryl Hamlin Item 2.10B on the Consent Calendar of the March 20, 2017 Santa Paula Council meeting was described as follows: Approval of a Settlement Agreement in San Buenaventura Conservancy, et al. v. City of Santa Paula, et al. – Ventura Superior Court Case No.56-2016-00487940-CU-WM-OXN An item on the Consent Calendar is deemed non-controversial […]

Workshop on Mandalay Power Plant

Workshop on Mandalay Power Plant

By George Miller Yes, still another California Energy Commission workshop on the proposed “Puente Power Project” replacement for the NRG Mandalay power plant- this time to hear more environmental/flooding objections. It may push out the schedule. It will be held on March 28, 11AM at the Oxnard Performing Arts Center, at 800 Hobson Way. CEC […]

Pacific Legal Foundation present Oral Argument at the Supreme Court for Major Property Rights Case

Pacific Legal Foundation present Oral Argument at the Supreme Court for Major Property Rights Case

Pacific Legal Foundation presented its oral argument in their eleventh case before the Supreme Court of the United States — Murr v. State of Wisconsin and St. Croix County.  It is a major property rights challenge on behalf of the Murr family of Hudson, Wisconsin.  Donna Murr, her five siblings, and other members of the Murr […]

Obamacare Architect Now Advising Trump On Replacing It

Obamacare Architect Now Advising Trump On Replacing It

President Donald Trump is scheduled to meet Monday with oncologist, bioethicist and Obamacare architect Ezekiel Emanuel about how to effectively overhaul the U.S. health care system. Emanuel’s visit to the White House marks his third face-to-face meeting with Trump since the president defeated former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan […]