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Poll: Support For Gun Control Has Plummeted Since 2012

Poll: Support For Gun Control Has Plummeted Since 2012

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Crews put out car fires after collision involving downed power lines

Crews put out car fires after collision involving downed power lines

Oxnard Police evaluate their service to community with help of Cal Lu University

Oxnard Police evaluate their service to community with help of Cal Lu University

Governor Perry wows audience at Reagan Library

Governor Perry wows audience at Reagan Library

By Debra Tash Texas governor, Rick Perry, spoke to an enthusiastic crowd Monday evening at the Reagan Library.  He touted the business friendly climate in the state where he was voted governor for three full terms.  “It’s nice to visit California even when I’m not recruiting businesses.” He feels good about the coming mid-terms and […]

USPS Getting Into The Business Of Delivering Groceries

USPS Getting Into The Business Of Delivering Groceries

  Republished with permission–The Daily Caller Foundation: http://dailycallernewsfoundation.org/ A taxpayer advocacy group claims that a new delivery service is just an attempt by the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) to avoid making “real reforms”. The Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) initially gave approval on Thursday for the USPS to begin an experimental market trial of Customized Delivery, “a package […]

City Council marks Camarillo’s 50th Anniversary

City Council marks Camarillo’s 50th Anniversary

By Logan McFadden  Camarillo City Council Meeting Livability.com studied more than 1,700 U.S. cities in 2014 and the factors that make them the best places to live, work and play.  Camarillo ranked 50th.  A large group of residents packed City Hall on Wednesday evening October 22nd to celebrate Camarillo’s Golden Anniversary.  The city was incorporated […]

HATCHET-WIELDING ISLAMIC SUBWAY TERRORIST HAD PRIOR ARRESTS IN OXNARD, CALIFORNIA

HATCHET-WIELDING ISLAMIC SUBWAY TERRORIST HAD PRIOR ARRESTS IN OXNARD, CALIFORNIA

Editor’s note So, looks like Oxnard Police Dept. did its job, but did the Justice System?   From Breitbart…. Print article Send a Tip by ADELLE NAZARIAN 24 Oct 2014 The NYPD revealed in a press conference on Friday that Zale Thompson, the hatchet-wielding lone Muslim terrorist who attempted to ax four police officers to death […]

Ormond Beach development plan presented to Oxnard City Council

Ormond Beach development plan presented to Oxnard City Council

By George Miller A long time in the making, an Ormond beach proposed development plan was presented at the Oxnard City Council on Tuesday evening, October 21. 2014. After an introduction by Dr. Chris Williamson, the main presentation was made by Peter Brand on a Development Program Proposal for the Area South of Hueneme Road and East of Edison Drive. […]

Third Ventura Fire Dept. ocean rescue in 2 days- same area Greencock Lane//Marina Park

Third Ventura Fire Dept. ocean rescue in 2 days- same area Greencock Lane//Marina Park

City of Ventura Fire Department   Date: October 24, 2014    Incident Number: 14-0069604      Information Contact: Douglas Miser, Battalion Chief   Incident Type: Ocean Rescue – 2 Victims          Date/Time of Incident:  October 23, 2014 / 15:00           Incident Location: Marina Park, south of Greenock lane                     Injuries:  None                  Number of Personnel: 4     Fire Equipment: 1 Paramedic Engine Company […]

Two interview videos with Jeff Gorell, candidate for CA 26th District Congressional seat

Two interview videos with Jeff Gorell, candidate for CA 26th District Congressional seat

By Peter Godinez, KADYTV.net   Brownley has also been invited.     http://katytv.net   Meet the Candidate, Jeff Gorell   Jeff Gorell discusses the current election cycle     Peter K. Godinez is a sales, marketing, advertisement and PR practitioner who has been proclaimed a “Social Media Sales Hero” in the business community. He is […]