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Thousand Oaks | Town Square to SB 54 (4-1 to do nothing) — The Fix Was In

Thousand Oaks | Town Square to SB 54 (4-1 to do nothing) — The Fix Was In

By Debra Tash Before facing down, then punting, on the issue of SB 54 Sanctuary State, which the Thousand Oaks Council buried deep in their agenda (page 7 of item 9C), they heard the Downtown Core Master Plan RESOLUTION ENDORSING DOWNTOWN CORE MASTER PLAN RES. NO. 2018. It was cooked up by the Raimi team, a […]

Rally to support Trump and Rule of Law

Rally to support Trump and Rule of Law

      By Debra Tash A rally was held Sunday, April 22nd, in front of the Federal Building in Westwood.  Attendees, numbering close to 200 people at its peak, lined the sidewalk and occupied all four corners of the intersection at Wilshire Blvd. and Veteran Ave. The organizers were surprised by the reactions of […]

James Horn: Keeping America Safe

James Horn: Keeping America Safe

By Debra Tash On Thursday evening James E. Horn addressed the Thousand Oaks Republican Women, Federated.  As a navy veteran, and retired diplomatic officer, Mr. Horn addressed the gathering at the North Ranch Country Club from his 40 years as a specialist in embassy security.  He served in some dangerous neighborhoods, such as Bangladesh, Algiers, […]

A Canadian Snow Job at the Ronald Reagan Library

A Canadian Snow Job at the Ronald Reagan Library

By Debra Tash Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, spoke at the Reagan Library February 9th, Friday evening.  The 46 year old Trudeau did several stops around the United States touting the virtues of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The treaty is nearly 30 years old and is the outgrowth of the U.S.-Canada Free Trade Agreement (FTA), […]

CJ Editor’s Novel – Advance book review: Chilling Dystopian novel brings ‘1984’ to the Present

CJ Editor’s Novel – Advance book review: Chilling Dystopian novel brings ‘1984’ to the Present

By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views, Editor’s Note:  The book will be available in Spring 2018 at your favorite bookseller. Check  debratash.com for updates. In real life author Debra Tash is a friendly, kind, and affable person who fits the definition of what one would like in a friend.  But put her behind a word […]

Secretary Mnuchin and First Daughter Ivanka Speak on Republican Tax Plan at the Reagan Library

Secretary Mnuchin and First Daughter Ivanka Speak on Republican Tax Plan at the Reagan Library

By Debra Tash Secretary of the Treasury Steven T. Mnuchin, along with first daughter, Ivanka Trump spoke at the Reagan Library on Sunday night.  Notice went out to members the Tuesday before the November 5th event, short notice for many who regularly attend the Library’s programs.  Ms. Trump flew back from Japan at her father’s request […]

America’s Western Canyon Lands

America’s Western Canyon Lands

By Debra Tash From sea to shining sea, America’s landscape includes some remarkable places.  One such area stretches over four states, Arizona, Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico, and though arid now it holds a record testifying to eons of a changing climate and Providence’s hand in sculpting some of the most impressive scenery on the planet.  […]

Titanic remembered at the Reagan Library — Exhibit to Open May 27th

Titanic remembered at the Reagan Library — Exhibit to Open May 27th

By Debra Tash Donors were given a preview of the Titanic exhibit opening this weekend at the Reagan Library.  The project had been in the works for a year.  The “unsinkable” ship, pride of the White Star fleet, struck an iceberg and sank on April 14th 1912.  She took 1517 souls with her that night. […]

Truth and the News — Panel at Reagan Library examines the Media

Truth and the News — Panel at Reagan Library examines the Media

By George Miller and Debra Tash “No net bias in the news,” half of the public gets news from social media,  said keynote speaker Pepperdine University partnered with the Ronald Reagan and Lyndon B. Johnson’s Presidential Libraries to present what was billed as a Media Literacy Forum: “Truth and the News.”  The event kicked off […]

The Detroiting of California: Lawsuit Abuse May Help Bring State to Ruin

The Detroiting of California: Lawsuit Abuse May Help Bring State to Ruin

By Debra Tash Back in the 1960’s Detroit was considered the premier municipality, the seat of economic prosperity driven by capitalism.  This cradle of America’s automotive industry, birthplace of Motown, now lies in ruins, evidenced by a high crime rate, abandoned housing and lack of jobs. The New York Times in a 2013 piece, Anatomy […]

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