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University of California administration is paying excessive salaries and mishandling funds, state audit says

University of California administration is paying excessive salaries and mishandling funds, state audit says

LOS ANGELES — The administration of the University of California system pays top workers salaries significantly higher than that of similar state employees, has provided millions of dollars in benefits not typical to the public sector and failed to disclose to the Board of Regents and the public that it had $175 million in budget […]

Judge blocks Trump order on sanctuary city funding

Judge blocks Trump order on sanctuary city funding

BY SUDHIN THANAWAL, Associated Press   SAN FRANCISCO A federal judge on Tuesday blocked any attempt by the Trump administration to withhold funding from “sanctuary cities” that do not cooperate with U.S. immigration officials, saying the president has no authority to attach new conditions to federal spending. U.S. District Judge William Orrick issued the preliminary injunction […]

The Shadowy Extremist Group Behind the Anti-Trump Riots

The Shadowy Extremist Group Behind the Anti-Trump Riots

On April 15, a pro-Trump, pro-free-speech rally at UC Berkeley in California descended into violent mayhem after radical far-leftists — members of the organization Antifa — began to attack the peacefully assembled crowd. Antifa, which stands for “anti-fascist action,” is a network of loosely affiliated far-left anarchist and communist groups that orchestrate violent protests and […]

Holocaust Remembrance Day marked around the world

Holocaust Remembrance Day marked around the world

Thousands of young people have taken party in the March of the Living at the site of the former Auschwitz death camp. People from many countries joined joined around 10,000 Jewish and Polish youth on the march, which started in the late morning and followed a three-kilomtre route from the camp’s infamous “Arbeit Macht Frei” […]

Obama’s hidden Iran deal giveaway

Obama’s hidden Iran deal giveaway

By dropping charges against major arms targets, the administration infuriated Justice Department officials — and undermined its own counterproliferation task forces. By JOSH MEYER When President Barack Obama announced the “one-time gesture” of releasing Iranian-born prisoners who “were not charged with terrorism or any violent offenses” last year, his administration presented the move as a […]

Ohio dairy sues Wisconsin for freezing out its butters

Ohio dairy sues Wisconsin for freezing out its butters

Family owned Minerva Dairy can’t sell its artisanal butters in the Dairy State because of Wisconsin’s anti-competitive, mass-commodity ‘grading’ requirements Minerva, Ohio-based Minerva Dairy, America’s oldest family owned cheese and butter dairy, today sued Wisconsin over its newly enforced ban on the sale of ungraded butter – an unjustified, anti-competitive restriction that protects large Wisconsin-based […]

California Must Pay Nearly $1 Million to Company for Destroying Evidence

California Must Pay Nearly $1 Million to Company for Destroying Evidence

by JOEL B. POLLAK A federal judge has fined the State of California nearly $1 million — an unusually large punishment — for destroying evidence in an environmental case that the Santa Barbara News Press has dubbed “Targate.” As Breitbart News noted last year, U.S. Magistrate Judge Ralph Zarefsky recommended that the state be sanctioned because the California […]

Port Hueneme 4-17-17 City Council meeting review- Good news- great water again!

Port Hueneme 4-17-17 City Council meeting review- Good news- great water again!

By Tom Dunn At the 4-17-17 Port Hueneme city council meeting Dept Head Steve Hickox announced that water quality is close to the quality of PH water 2 years ago before the drought caused a major decline in water quality. The TDS reading of water before the drought 2 years ago was 250-275 and increased to 750-825 […]

Camarillo City Council- March 22, April 12, Desalter and St. John’s Seminary Sr. project update

Camarillo City Council- March 22, April 12, Desalter and St. John’s Seminary Sr. project update

By Manuela Walter March 22nd City Council Meeting Marijuana Update: According to the March 22nd meeting minutes, during New Business—Oral Communications, Mayor McDonald noted the County was considering an ordinance to allow and regulate marijuana cultivation and facilities in the unincorporated areas. McDonald wanted the City to send a letter stating the City’s opposition to […]

‘HAPPY DAYS’ STAR DEAD AT 56

‘HAPPY DAYS’ STAR DEAD AT 56

Erin Moran who famously played Joanie Cunningham on “Happy Days” and its spinoff “Joanie Loves Chachi” has died … TMZ has learned. We’re told authorities in Indiana got a call just after 4 PM ET Saturday from someone reporting an “unresponsive female.”  EMT’s arrived and found Erin Moran’s body … she was already dead. Moran […]