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56th Annual Gem Show | Ventura Gem and Mineral Society

The Annual Gem, Mineral, Fossil, Jewelry, and Lapidary Arts Show of the Ventura Gem and Mineral Society (VGMS) takes place March 3-4 (10AM—5PM, Saturday; 10AM—4PM, Sunday) at Ventura County Fairgrounds (10 W. Harbor Blvd., Ventura, CA).  The show is open to the public, and admission is free.  (Note:  the Fairgrounds charges a parking fee if […]

2016 has seen a cavalcade of Pacific Legal Foundation victories for liberty

2016 has seen a cavalcade of Pacific Legal Foundation victories for liberty

The past year has seen a nationwide parade of legal victories by Pacific Legal Foundation, cialis and this week’s installment of the PLF Courting Liberty podcast focuses on a few of the outstanding highlights, capped by our latest precedent-setting triumphs at the Supreme Court of the United States. “Each and every American is more secure […]

New Non-Profit Provides Much-Needed Information on Ventura County Agriculture

New Non-Profit Provides Much-Needed Information on Ventura County Agriculture

Bill Clinton ADMITS Clinton Foundation Involved In Politics

Bill Clinton ADMITS Clinton Foundation Involved In Politics

Former President Bill Clinton admitted the family’s nonprofit, The Clinton Foundation, is involved in politics during an appearance on “The Daily Show” Thursday. Clinton’s wife, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, has come under fire for using pay-to-play tactics with donors during her tenure as secretary of state. The 42nd president noted he will have to […]

Ventura County Credit Union’s Grand Opening Celebration — Serving Our Community

Ventura County Credit Union’s Grand Opening Celebration — Serving Our Community

“You Make The Difference,” Connects Volunteers With Nonprofits

“You Make The Difference,” Connects Volunteers With Nonprofits

You Make The Difference is the brainchild of Randy Strong, a marketing consultant specializing in nonprofit organizations. Strong has owned two marketing agencies since 1982 and is currently a partner with Associate Marketers in Newbury Park. “I’ve volunteered on a number of nonprofit boards for more than 30 years. I’ve seen nonprofits struggle to reach […]

Planned Parenthood: If You Have to Ask Why, the Answer is Usually “Money”

Planned Parenthood: If You Have to Ask Why, the Answer is Usually “Money”

    By Thomas L. Knapp Planned Parenthood pops up regularly on the political radar as “pro-choice” and “pro-life” activists wage their decades-long battle over abortion. The latest controversy is over a series of videos released by a “pro-life” organization, purporting to show that Planned Parenthood is in the business of selling what pro-choicers call […]

True the Vote’s IRS Lawsuit Put on Hold (In a Good Way)

True the Vote’s IRS Lawsuit Put on Hold (In a Good Way)

As anyone following the True the Vote v. IRS lawsuit knows, updates tend to be few and far between. Late last week, our dry spell was broken. On May 8 near close of business, TTV was notified by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia that our appeal was to “be held […]

Michelle Cekov leads GOCARE, Inc. as its new president

Michelle Cekov leads GOCARE, Inc. as its new president

GOCARE is proud to announce Michelle Cekov as its new President and CEO. Following the passing of GOCARE’s founder Jan Lindsay, Cekov had the determination to step up to the plate in an effort to continue to build the organization by helping the disadvantaged communities of Nicaragua, and to honor her father’s legacy. Stepping into […]

Paw Works helping make Ventura County Animal Shelters no kill

Paw Works helping make Ventura County Animal Shelters no kill

 By Debra Tash On Saturday and Sunday, September 6th and 7th, noon to 5pm, Paw Works was at the Thousand Oaks Mall to help find forever homes for a few of their furry friends.  Founded by Christina Morgan, Esq CEO and Chad Atkins COO, Paw Works started in January just this year.  Their mission states:  […]