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Camarillo Citizens for Term Limits Collects Enough Signatures to Qualify Term Limit Measure

Camarillo Citizens for Term Limits Collects Enough Signatures to Qualify Term Limit Measure

Camarillo Citizens for Term Limits is proud to announce that we have successfully collected 5,370 signatures; well beyond our goal of 4,100. We have submitted the petitions to the City, which reviewed them this afternoon and subsequently delivered them to the County. They will be reviewed to determine how many of the signatures are valid […]

Melania Returns To White House From Hospital

Melania Returns To White House From Hospital

By SAAGAR ENJETI, White House Correspondent First Lady Melania Trump returned to the White House from a five day stay at Walter Reed Medical Center after surgery on her kidney, the White House announced Saturday morning. “The First Lady returned home to the White House this morning.  She is resting comfortably and remains in high […]

HUD Withdraws Fair Housing Assessment Tool | Will Help to Save Suburbs

HUD Withdraws Fair Housing Assessment Tool | Will Help to Save Suburbs

WASHINGTON – After a months-long technical evaluation, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) today announced that it is withdrawing a computer assessment tool originally intended to be helpful to local governments in meeting their obligations under the Fair Housing Act to ‘affirmatively further fair housing.’ HUD found that rather than assisting local […]

Oxnard: Area Quake Risks Assessed by Celebrity Expert, Proposed Hotels Panned: $4MM in Trash Hauling Approved

Oxnard: Area Quake Risks Assessed by Celebrity Expert, Proposed Hotels Panned: $4MM in Trash Hauling Approved

By George Miller At the 5-15-18 Oxnard City Council meeting, Renown seismologist Dr. Lucy Jones did a fine summary of area earthquake risks and coping strategies, motivating the council to call for action and spread  her message. She pointed out that California earthquake risks in Ventura County are exceeded only by San Andreas Fault areas; Nearly […]

Dems Freak Out About Trump Defunding PP

Dems Freak Out About Trump Defunding PP

ROBERT DONACHIE, Capitol Hill and Health Care Reporter Democrats in the House and Senate are unhappy that President Donald Trump is moving to defund Planned Parenthood and they are letting him know. The Trump administration is rolling out a new rule Friday that would be a return to a Reagan administration policy from 1988. The […]

Texas Colonel Describes How Police Must Engage A School Shooter – Puts Parkland Police To Shame

Texas Colonel Describes How Police Must Engage A School Shooter – Puts Parkland Police To Shame

By BENNY JOHNSON, Reporter At Large Multiple law enforcement officers engaged the shooter who killed 10 and wounded 10 at Santa Fe High School in Texas Friday morning. That’s according to Texas Department of Public Safety director Steve McCraw. The shooter is in custody after deciding not to kill himself, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said.  […]

Man Pleads Guilty to Foreclosure Fraud

Man Pleads Guilty to Foreclosure Fraud

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that Javier Gonzalo Sanchez (DOB 6/18/62) pled guilty to two felony counts of foreclosure consultant fraud.  The plea was the result of an investigation conducted by the District Attorney’s Real Estate Fraud Unit. Sanchez promised to help two victims avoid foreclosure on their homes by […]

CNN Re-Ups False 22 School Shootings Stat

CNN Re-Ups False 22 School Shootings Stat

 AMBER ATHEY, Media and Breaking News Editor It didn’t take CNN long to start spreading fake news after Friday’s school shooting at Santa Fe High School in Texas. CNN Chief National Security Correspondent Jim Sciutto and political correspondent Sara Murray both tweeted that today’s deadly shooting brings the total number of U.S. school shootings this […]

Shots Fired At Santa Fe High School, Suspect In Custody

Shots Fired At Santa Fe High School, Suspect In Custody

HENRY RODGERS, Political Reporter A high school in Santa Fe, Texas, is on lockdown due to an active shooter on campus; there are multiple fatalities reported. Authorities were reportedly called to Santa Fe High School after right after 8 a.m. Friday morning, ABC13 Houston reported. One suspect has been taken into custody and another has been […]

SB54 Debate Dominates T.O. City Council Meeting Again; Granny Flats Update Also Discussed

SB54 Debate Dominates T.O. City Council Meeting Again; Granny Flats Update Also Discussed

By Kevin Harris The Thousand Oaks City Council was once again deluged with with speakers urging action on SB54, during the Public Comments period of Tuesday’s City Council Meeting. Thirty eight public speaker cards were pre-filled out, nearly all by local residents, most opposing the Sanctuary City legislation, though this time there were also many […]