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Obama admin. fires back: Justice Dept. lawyers insist they didn’t lie to court over amnesty

Obama admin. fires back: Justice Dept. lawyers insist they didn’t lie to court over amnesty

  The Justice Department denied Wednesday that it had lied to a federal judge about President Obama’s deportation amnesty, with a spokeswoman saying they “emphatically disagree” with the court’s decision granting limited legal discovery requiring them to turn over private documents showing their decision-making in the case. The reaction came just hours after Judge Andrew […]

Ventura Fire Department responds to Hazardous Material/Gas Leak on Eastman Ave.

Ventura Fire Department responds to Hazardous Material/Gas Leak on Eastman Ave.

Ventura City Fire personnel investigated a reported gas leak inside a 2-story office building in the 1300 block of Eastman Ave, Ventura, CA. They initially discovered an odor consistent with a possible HVAC equipment failure/burning, and also detected elevated levels of carbon monoxide (CO). The business was immediately evacuated and attempts begun to pinpoint the […]

Dems propose immigrant protections

Dems propose immigrant protections

California lawmaker say they’re acting because Congress won’t By Gary Warth SACRAMENTO — Democratic state lawmakers on Tuesday announced a package of bills aimed at expanding protections and providing health care for unauthorized immigrants in what supporters said could set a national example. “Today we remind the rest of the nation that California is different,” […]

Federal judge denies motion to stay his injunction halting Obama “executive amnesty”

Federal judge denies motion to stay his injunction halting Obama “executive amnesty”

Notice of Electronic Filing (Editor’s note: This will likely be appealed. Also see this Breitbart article and Obama deportation amnesty to remain halted) ) The following transaction was entered on 4/7/2015 at 7:17 PM CDT and filed on 4/7/2015 Case Name: State of Texas et al v. United States of America et al Case Number: 1:14-cv-00254 Filer: […]

Oxnard crime situation

Oxnard crime situation

By George Miller Oxnard crime has risen significantly since 2011 and is up 26% just in the last year. Police Chief Jeri Williams and staff will present the attached report at the Tuesday April 7 City Council meeting. There will be discussion of crime statistics, possible causes and what to do about it. Download/read report: Oxnard […]

Two hikers rescued yesterday off of PCH

Two hikers rescued yesterday off of PCH

From the Ventura County Fire Department: On April 6, 2015, 12:40 p.m., units from the Ventura County Fire Department, Ventura County Air Unit and Oxnard Fire Department were dispatched to a report of 2 hikers stranded on a cliff. The two hikers had been trekking off of the trail and decided to climb back down […]

Illegal immigrant children surge across border at highest rate since last summer’s peak

Illegal immigrant children surge across border at highest rate since last summer’s peak

  The second wave of unaccompanied illegal immigrant children has begun, with more than 3,000 of them surging across the Mexican border into the U.S. last month – the highest rate since the peak of last summer’s crisis and a warning that another rough season could be ahead. Immigration officials warned that they expected another […]

Carly Fiorina blames liberal environmentalists for California water crisis

Carly Fiorina blames liberal environmentalists for California water crisis

Former Hewlett-Packard CEO and potential Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina is blaming California’s water crisis on “liberal environmentalists” who are “willing to sacrifice other people’s lives and livelihoods at the altar of their ideology.” “With different policies over the last 20 years, all of this could be avoided,” Ms. Fiorina said in an interview Monday […]

CA Legislation affecting hunting & fishing

CA Legislation affecting hunting & fishing

By Gaines & Associates This is a periodic report produced by Gaines & Associates, which monitors California state legislative activity impacting hunting & fishing, with an objective of protecting sportsmen’s rights. Click for Current Report- April 2, 2015

Santa Paula’s Cruise Night 2015 Season Opens

Santa Paula’s Cruise Night 2015 Season Opens

By Sheryl Hamlin A balmy Mediterranean evening welcomed the crowd who came to feast on blocks of collectible cars and culinary treats from Santa Paula’s Main Street restaurants.  Reminiscent of “A CHICKEN IN EVERY POT AND A CAR IN EVERY GARAGE” from the 1928 campaign of Herbert Hoover, drugs food and cars were plentiful. First […]