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California Democrats Brutalize Their Own Over Global Warming

California Democrats Brutalize Their Own Over Global Warming

California Democrats have launched a campaign to dislodge an incumbent state lawmaker who refused to support Gov. Jerry Brown’s push to cut oil use in half by 2030. Cheryl Brown, a democratic state lawmaker from San Bernardino, fought Brown’s global warming plan to sharply increase taxes on gasoline. California’s EPA claimed that the tax increase […]

Backlash to GOP’s AQMD takeover accelerates

Backlash to GOP’s AQMD takeover accelerates

. Democratic politicians and environmental groups are scrambling to reverse decisions made by the South Coast Air Quality Management District board, which is now controlled by Republicans for the first time in memory. The agency oversees air pollution control reduction efforts for Orange County and the heavily populated urban areas of Los Angeles, San Bernardino and Riverside […]

Trump Has Big Lead in New California Poll

By James C. Lacey, March 13, 2016 Editor’s note: Of course, that is just for Republicans. Democrats far outpoll GOP candidates in CA. But the significance is that Trump is now far ahead in the race for GOP convention delegates. In a new poll on the eve of two crucial primary votes in Ohio and Florida, […]

Legislature raises CA smoking age to 21; pending Brown’s signature

Legislature raises CA smoking age to 21; pending Brown’s signature

Ash Carter approves final strategy for women in military combat roles

Ash Carter approves final strategy for women in military combat roles

Defense Secretary Ashton Carter approved Thursday final plans from military service branches and the U.S. Special Operations Command to open up all combat jobs to women, medicine and authorized the military to begin integrating female combat soldiers “right away.” All of the services submitted their plan to integrate women into combat roles by Jan. 1 […]

Nancy Reagan Funeral

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Trump, Clinton have slight poll leads ahead of Tuesday Missouri primaries

ST. LOUIS — Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have narrow leads in Missouri heading into Tuesday’s presidential primaries, according to a new poll. Clinton leads Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, 47 percent to 40 percent, with 13 percent undecided, according to the Docking Institute of Public Affairs Poll for Missouri newspapers. Among Republicans, the billionaire businessman […]

Santa Paula City Council: Citizens and Diplomats

Santa Paula City Council: Citizens and Diplomats

By Sheryl Hamlin The March 7, 2016 Santa Paula City Council Meeting included presentations and Public Comments on a wide range of topics related to the community and the county. No action is to be taken on these items, but they may yield further study, staff action or a future agenda items. Presentations Ruben Zaragosa […]

Breaking: Oregon standoff FBI shooting cover-up exposed?

Breaking: Oregon standoff FBI shooting cover-up exposed?

By George Miller Occupier’s cell phone video exposes FBI lies about protester LaVoy Finicum shooting by FBI. Investigation underway The video, if genuine, by Shawna Cox, was taken from inside the car. It shows that the FBI or police were shooting at the car while the protesters were trapped in the stranded vehicle by the […]

Santa Paula Council: Money, Taxes and East Area I Tax and Timeline

Santa Paula Council: Money, Taxes and East Area I Tax and Timeline

By Sheryl Hamlin After several public presentations and commentary, the Santa Paula City Council attended to the business portion of the meeting on March 7, 2016. Recurring themes were money, taxes and East Area I, whose revenue benefit is at least twelve (12) years away, according to Mayor Hernandez. Item 10 A. Adoption of Wastewater […]