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VC Sheriff candidate Bruce Boyer continues in his struggle to get on ballot

VC Sheriff candidate Bruce Boyer continues in his struggle to get on ballot

By George Miller Some have compared him to Don Quixote in his quest to become Ventura County Sheriff. Without significant law enforcement credentials, but with major commitment to constitutional government, he fervently believes he has something to offer and is trying to use the law to pry open an opportunity to do so. We can’t […]

When is Dreamer/Green Carder deportation legally justified?

When is Dreamer/Green Carder deportation legally justified?

By Richard A. Nixon An important case currently before the U.S. Supreme Court is Lynch v. Dimaya.     Mr. Dimaya is a non-citizen, here legally with a “green card.” Further he has been twice convicted in California of first-degree burglary. First degree burglary is burglary of a residence and is counted as a strike. It […]

Amicus Brief Filed in Support of President Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration and Refugees

Amicus Brief Filed in Support of President Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration and Refugees

By William J. Olson, PC February 7, 2017 State of Washington v. Trump (read brief here) NOTICE: The Ninth Circuit has scheduled a telephonic argument to hear arguments on the Trump Administration’s motion for a stay today, February 7, 2017, at 6:00 PM (Eastern) Tuesday. To listen, use this link:http://www.ca9.uscourts.gov/media/view_video.php?pk_vid=0000010884 Yesterday, Monday, February 6, 2017, […]

What is so special about the Magna Carta? Eight Hundred Years of Liberty

What is so special about the Magna Carta?  Eight Hundred Years of Liberty

By Sigrid Weidenweber The selfsame moment mankind traded the Hunter-Gatherer culture for the predictable food supply of agrarianism, social problems arose. The action of tilling a field and harvesting its crop, posed the first conflict. A realm previously shared by the clan, had, through labor, become the possession of an individual. Soon questions arose concerning […]

What actually happens at a DUI checkpoint and why- Part II

What actually happens at a DUI checkpoint and why- Part II

By George Miller In Part I, the Oxnard Police Department (OPD) 11/14-12 DUI (Driving Under the Influence) checkpoint event was described. OPD ran two checkpoints that night on Saviers Road and Victoria Blvd, making four arrests and issuing some citations, while spreading the message not to drive “Under the Influence.” Part II goes into some […]