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Planned Parenthood targets Republican senators with ads

Planned Parenthood targets Republican senators with ads

Planned Parenthood moved to punish its enemies Tuesday with ads that say nothing about recent accusations of wrongdoing stemming from its fetal-tissue donations from abortions, cialis but instead target vulnerable Republican senators. The television ad campaign launched in four states against Republicans facing re-election to the Senate in 2016: Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire, pharmacy […]

Part Two: Santa Paula Council–Citizen Concerns

Part Two: Santa Paula Council–Citizen Concerns

This article is part two in a three part series about the August 17th, 2015 Santa Paula City Council meeting. Part one of the series featured exemplary volunteering in Santa Paula. Part two will continue with citizen input in the Public Comments section of the meeting. Santa Paula Optimists Missing Pumpkin Patch In spite of […]

Part One: Santa Paula City Council–Volunteers and Statistics

Part One: Santa Paula City Council–Volunteers and Statistics

By Sheryl Hamlin The Santa Paula City Council returned to business on August 17th 2015 after a brief summer hiatus. This report is the first in a three part series on the council meeting. The video is available here. Ventura County Statics After the invocation by Deacon Al Guilin of San Sebastian Church, former Mayor Mary […]

As Legislature reconvenes, businesses hone the art of the deal

As Legislature reconvenes, businesses hone the art of the deal

. What’s business looking for in the remaining legislative session and what kind of deals are being discussed to get there? A number of large business organizations have offered support for funding sources to be used for transportation infrastructure purposes on one hand, while on the other strongly opposed both general and specific tax measures […]

EPA to limit emissions from oil, gas drilling sites

EPA to limit emissions from oil, gas drilling sites

President Obama on Tuesday took yet another step in his ambitious climate-change agenda, treat hitting the oil and gas industry with a set of unprecedented regulations aimed at limiting methane emissions. The Environmental Protection Agency plan will require oil and gas companies – which have revitalized local economies across the country and created millions of […]

CA lawmakers square off against drones

CA lawmakers square off against drones

Water Wars: United Water opposes Oxnard recycled water shipments for Pleasant Valley Water District

Water Wars: United Water opposes Oxnard recycled water shipments for Pleasant Valley Water District

By George Miller The letter, below, from Lynn E. Maulhardt, President, United Water Conservation District’s outlines their rationale for fighting the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Board ruling allowing Oxnard to transport GREAT project recycled water via United Water resources for use by Pleasant Valley County Water District, for agricultural purposes. As you can see in the letter, […]

EPA’s gross negligence at Gold King

EPA’s gross negligence at Gold King

Fear-mongering, pollution standards and negligence rules don’t apply when EPA is at fault By Paul Driessen             On August 5, an Environmental Restoration company crew, supervised by US Environmental Protection Agency officials, used an excavator to dig away tons of rock and debris that were blocking the entrance portal of Colorado’s Gold King Mine, which […]

The ‘Donald’s’ Immigration Reform That Will Make America Great Again

The ‘Donald’s’ Immigration Reform That Will Make America Great Again

The three core principles of Donald J. Trump’s immigration plan When politicians talk about “immigration reform” they mean: amnesty, cheap labor and open borders. The Schumer-Rubio immigration bill was nothing more than a giveaway to the corporate patrons who run both parties. Real immigration reform puts the needs of working people first – not wealthy […]

Obama administration plans more regulations — this time on garbage, landfills

Obama administration plans more regulations — this time on garbage, landfills

Having already imposed new regulations on automobiles, price planes, power plants and oil-and-gas drilling sites, the Obama administration on Friday turned its attention to garbage, proposing new rules to limit emissions from solid waste landfills. The Environmental Protection Agency plan, estimated to cost at least $55 million to implement, is aimed at controlling methane and […]