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Surprising Simi Valley Teacher with Dream Supplies for Teacher Appreciation Week! | Monday, May 7th

Surprising Simi Valley Teacher with Dream Supplies for Teacher Appreciation Week! | Monday, May 7th

THE HELPFUL HONDA GUYS RECOGNIZE & REWARD OUTSTANDING LOCAL TEACHERS DURING TEACHER APPRECIATION WEEK MAY 7th – 11th, 2018 The Guys in Blue Surprise SoCal’s Most Helpful Teachers with Over $25,000 of Much Needed Supplies Parents aren’t the only ones who spend big getting ready for the school year. Teachers, as it turns out, spend over $500 of their own money each year for school […]

Striking at the wrong target | Teachers should stop listening to union leaders

Striking at the wrong target | Teachers should stop listening to union leaders

. By Larry Sand | Originally published in the California Policy Center In a recent op-ed, American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten claimed that “teachers are standing up for their students and themselves against largely red states with weak labor laws and where governors and legislators have opted for tax cuts for the wealthy instead of investments for children.” […]

Gun Control is People Control

Gun Control is People Control

By George Miller   People have the natural right to defend themselves from predators, foreign and domestic, private and public. That is why the Second Amendment was written, by people far wiser than most of us, whose mettle was tested far more. Contrary to some opinions, this protection is not out of date. We keep […]

A Tale of Two Schools

A Tale of Two Schools

    By Sigrid Weidenweber In the Aftermath of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas high-school-shooting in Parkland, Florida, we have seen politically energized students marching and calling for gun control. I, for one, have never believed in marching and shouting—except for purging ones hurt or excited feelings, it solves nothing. Here are some observations in regard […]

Trinity Pacific Wins 2018 Ventura County Mock Trial

Trinity Pacific Wins 2018 Ventura County Mock Trial

Trinity Pacific Christian School in Thousand Oaks is the winner of the 2018 Ventura County Mock Trial. The Mock Trial results were announced this evening at an awards ceremony at the Oxnard Performing Arts Center. Here is how the top eight teams placed: Trinity Pacific – Omega Team Westlake Adolfo Camarillo – Blue Team Oak […]

Mr. Chips needs to pack heat

Mr. Chips needs to pack heat

. By Larry Sand | Originally published in the California Policy Center Understandably, much has been written about the awful school shooting in Parkland, Florida, where 17 young people were slaughtered at the hands of a sick and evil human being. The tragedy was particularly vexing as there were so many warning signs – indications that the killer, Nikolas […]

Watch out for the bond measures ahead — $503,000,000 just in Ventura County!

Watch out for the bond measures ahead — $503,000,000 just in Ventura County!

This June there likely will be 50 to 60 school and college bond measures on the ballot throughout the state. Under Proposition 39, education bonds can pass with the approval of only 55% of voters, not the higher two-thirds threshold for the approval of non-education measures. For this reason it’s important to be aware of proposed […]

Columbine survivor introduces bill to expand concealed-carry in concealed-carry

Columbine survivor introduces bill to expand concealed-carry in concealed-carry

DENVER – Some students are calling for tougher gun-control laws after escaping last week’s horrific massacre in Parkland, Florida, but another school-shooting survivor is going in a different direction.

What’s the Downside of Christianity?

What’s the Downside of Christianity?

. By Michael Greer In case you hadn’t noticed, Christianity is under attack. Christians are called “haters”. Recently, Senator Diane Feinstein said she didn’t think she could support a judge nominee because of her “Christian dogma”. It’s a judge’s duty is to enforce the law as written. Being a Christian wouldn’t conflict with enforcing the […]

New Rule Puts Limits on Pesticide Use Near Schools

New Rule Puts Limits on Pesticide Use Near Schools

Ventura, CA – A new rule announced today [http://www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/pressrls/2017/110717.htm] designed to reduce acute exposure to hazardous agricultural pesticides for California schoolchildren and staff was welcomed by parents, teachers and environmental justice advocates, who nevertheless caution that much more is needed to ensure adequate protection for children’s health. The Department of Pesticide Regulation’s (DPR) new regulation […]

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