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Camarillo City Council Lifts Emergency Proclamation

Camarillo City Council Lifts Emergency Proclamation

By Logan McFadden The Camarillo City Council voted 4 to 1 to terminate the Proclamation of Local Emergency which was issued for the Camarillo Springs community. Vice Mayor Mike Morgan opposed the termination. The Emergency Proclamation was activated in November 2014 following heavy rains and debris flow from the mountain backing up to several homes. […]

Oxnard Assistant Police Chief speaks out on “death’s head” tattoo allegation investigation results.

Oxnard Assistant Police Chief speaks out on “death’s head” tattoo allegation investigation results.

By George Miller Editor’s note: The investigation found no wrongdoing. We had previously reported on the accusation by Raul Hernandez, former legal reporter for the Ventura County Star. He claimed to have heard from a former Oxnard Police Officer that nine Oxnard Police Department officers, including two Commanders, were allegedly putting “death’s head” tattoos on their shoulders […]

A bridge too far: House Rejects Trade Bill, Rebuffing Obama’s Dramatic Appeal

A bridge too far: House Rejects Trade Bill, Rebuffing Obama’s Dramatic Appeal

By George Miller We don’t have a Washington Bureau (yet), so the best we can do is convey other news stories of today’s shocking House of Representatives defeat of Obama’s trade bill, which was supported by business and the elite of both parties. It had already passed overwhelmingly in the Senate. There was a HUGE and growing […]

Carly Fiorina: It’s time for America to redefine feminism, free women from liberal stereotypes

Carly Fiorina: It’s time for America to redefine feminism, free women from liberal stereotypes

GOP presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina waded deeper Thursday into her gender warfare with Hillary Rodham Clinton and the political left, ampoule suggesting it was time for America to redefine feminism and liberate women for liberal stereotypes that define success too narrowly. “A feminist is a woman who lives the life she chooses,” Mrs. Fiorina told […]

Oxnard Public input preventing most public safety cuts.

Oxnard Public input preventing most public safety cuts.

By George Miller In still another emotional meeting this week about a usually unemotional and boring topic- budgets- spending priorities were heatedly debated. Previous warnings about a mandated $10.6 million in cuts, had ballooned to $12.8 million by last Thursday, as more budgetary skeletons were found in city financial closets. With public safety expenditures at 64% of […]

GOP pushing trade bill that hands power to President – Vote Expected Friday

GOP pushing trade bill that hands power to President – Vote Expected Friday

By Sarah Foster On May 22, the Senate reauthorized Trade Promotion Authority legislation (also called “Fast Track”), in a roll call vote of 62-37, sending the bill to the House for further action. Proponents are hoping for a vote before the weekend. The measure is supported by Obama, much of the House Republican Conference, and […]

House clears first trade bill, setting stage for Friday showdown

  The House cleared the first piece of the complex package of trade bills Thursday, easily approving preferences for Haiti and African countries in a move President Obama and GOP leaders hoped would pave the way for the bigger votes later this week. Optimism abounded among free-trade supporters – though House Speaker John A. Boehner […]

Bracing for a big power grid attack: ‘One is too many’

Bracing for a big power grid attack: ‘One is too many’

Editor’s Note: In light of the recent hacking of every Federal employees’ personal information, including their social security numbers, this possibility is worth looking at. By Steve Reilly, USA Today About once every four days, part of the nation’s power grid — a system whose failure could leave millions in the dark — is struck […]

CRITICAL ALERT: Fast-Track Would Pre-Approve Formation Of Sweeping Transnational Union

CRITICAL ALERT: Fast-Track Would Pre-Approve Formation Of Sweeping Transnational Union

Oxnard Police Chief releases findings on Officer misconduct with “shooting tattoos”

Oxnard Police Chief releases findings on Officer misconduct with “shooting tattoos”