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Howard Jarvis Files Lawsuit over Legislature’s Unconstitutional Attempt to Shield Senator from Recall

Howard Jarvis Files Lawsuit over Legislature’s Unconstitutional Attempt to Shield Senator from Recall

Today, the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association (HJTA) filed a lawsuit to stop the Legislature’s unconstitutional efforts to undermine the voter-led recall of State Senator Josh Newman. “The Legislature has pulled out all the stops to silence the voice of taxpayers and undermine the people’s right to a fair and democratic process,” stated HJTA President Jon […]

California State University – Fullerton Students Named Defendants in Democrat Lawsuit

California State University – Fullerton Students Named Defendants in Democrat Lawsuit

California Democrats filed a lawsuit on June 29th to undermine the democratic process of signature gathering, putting the California State University, Fullerton chapter of College Republicans in the crossfire. The CSUF College Republicans helped lead the efforts to recall California State Senator Josh Newman after the Democratic Super-Majority passed a significant increase to car and […]

STOP THE CAR TAX – Newman recall submits over 85,000 signatures

STOP THE CAR TAX – Newman recall submits over 85,000 signatures

Orange County taxpayers have submitted more than 85,000 signatures to recall Josh Newman – the Assemblyman who cast the deciding vote in favor of $5 billion in new gas and car taxes on California motorists. Passing the 85,000 mark is a critical milestone that takes us over the required number of signatures to put the […]

Aaron Starr initiates recall of 4 Oxnard Council members

Aaron Starr initiates recall of 4 Oxnard Council members

By George Miller Aaron Starr of activist group Moving Oxnard Forward vowed to start a recall process of any Oxnard City Council member who voted for the proposed wastewater rate increase of 5.25% per year for 5 years, in addition to the 35% increase already levied and upheld by a stay on the Measure M […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE — The Grudge Report

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE —  The Grudge Report

. By L. Neil Smith  My wife’s family had a schism going, back when I first met her, thirty-six years ago. One side had voted for and ardently supported President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The other side wanted nothing to do with the man. But the real family split came when Roosevelt expired during his fourth […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE — Moronic Idea Of The Week

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE — Moronic Idea Of The Week

  . By L. Neil Smith  I had planned to work this morning. I am laboring over two novels, _Ares_, a Ngu Family story about the settlement and terraformation of Mars, and _Only The Young Die Good_, a sequel to my vampire tale, _Sweeter Than Wine_. Both are painfully near to completion, and after the […]

Oxnard Signature Drive to Repeal City’s Wastewater Rate Increase Off to a Rousing Start

Oxnard Signature Drive to Repeal City’s Wastewater Rate Increase Off to a Rousing Start

Scores of Oxnard city residents began lining up at 8 am to add their signatures and help circulate petitions to place an initiative on the November ballot that, if passed, would repeal the recent wastewater rate increase. After the Oxnard City Council and City Attorney’s unsuccessful attempt to delay the process, including bringing a lawsuit […]

Oxnard caves on Starr utility rate initiative ballot statement

Oxnard caves on Starr utility rate initiative ballot statement

By George Miller An Oxnard City Council majority has been sparring with “Moving Oxnard Forward” (MOF), an activist organization led by local businessman and City Council candidate Aaron Starr, over MOF’s initiative to roll back the wastewater rate increase. On Tuesday night, after a long closed session, the City Council and staff filed into council chambers, late for […]

Be Careful What You Sign

Be Careful What You Sign

. Armed with a clipboard and a smile, they stand on the sidewalk in front of popular stores and public buildings. “Want to support schools?” or “Do you want to end poverty?” they call out to passersby. Those who respond positively are asked to sign a petition to place a measure to accomplish the stated […]

SOAR East County Halfway Party this Sunday!

SOAR East County Halfway Party this Sunday!

We are about halfway through our SOAR signature gathering effort and so what better time than now to have a Halfway Party! We hope you will come join us in Thousand Oaks for some half sandwiches, half burgers and half weenies, and raise your half full glass up high to those who have been gathering […]

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