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Simi Valley City Council Unanimously Upholds Its April SB54 Opposition Vote

Simi Valley City Council Unanimously Upholds Its April SB54 Opposition Vote

By George Miller & Debra Tash In a controversial Monday night, 6-25-18 vote, the Simi Valley City Council unanimously (with Becerra absent) upheld their previous 4-23-18 opposition to California’s SB54 “Sanctuary State” bill, along with AB450 and AB103. SB54 throws up numerous obstacles to state and local law enforcement cooperation with federal immigration authorities, in the […]

June 2018 Ventura County School Bonds, The Untold Story

June 2018 Ventura County School Bonds, The Untold Story

    By Deborah Baber Savalla School Bonds, An Introduction Everybody pays for school bonds even if a person does not have children in the public school system. Whether or not you cast a ballot or vote for or against a school bond tax and whether you own property or not, you pay for school […]

Why Jeff Burum for District 26 Congress?

Why Jeff Burum for District 26 Congress?

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The Counting of the Sheep

The Counting of the Sheep

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Many years before the birth of Christ, perhaps, as far back as the time of Hammurabi, governments began counting their citizens. It was, and is, a very useful thing for a government to know the strength of its people. In those days, and for many centuries thereafter, not only people […]

UPDATE: Judicial Watch Lawsuit Against Los Angeles County and the State of California

UPDATE: Judicial Watch Lawsuit Against Los Angeles County and the State of California

Election Integrity Project California (EIPCa) announces the following update with respect to our joint lawsuit with Judicial Watch:   Section 8 of the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) requires states to identify and remove ineligible voters from their voter rolls. Citing Section 8(i), Election Integrity Project California (EIPCa) sent a letter to the California Secretary of State and the Los […]

Oxnard | Community Workshop on Proposed Election Districts Scheduled for Jan. 22

Oxnard | Community Workshop on Proposed Election Districts Scheduled for Jan. 22

  Oxnard, California – Oxnard residents will get another chance to provide input on the composition of proposed City Council election districts during a community workshop. DATE: Monday, Jan. 22, 2018 TIME: 6 p.m. LOCATION: Oxnard Performing Arts & Convention Center, Hueneme Room, 800 Hobson Way, Oxnard In November 2017, the Oxnard City Council adopted […]

Reconciling One’s Democrat Vote, Party, and Policy Position

Reconciling One’s Democrat Vote, Party, and Policy Position

  By Michael Greer Many, many Christians and Jews are Democrats.  I constantly wonder why.  Some of the most actively religious people I know, who go to worship every week and can quote scripture, are from the Black, Latino and Jewish communities. “Resistance to tyranny is obedience to God”.  I don’t understand how you can obey […]

Does Oxnard press release misrepresent Council vote on district voting?

Does Oxnard press release misrepresent Council vote on district voting?

By George Miller   Oxnard put out a press release yesterday that the Council had decided to go to district level voting for Council seats, that the process was now underway to do so and was done under the threat of litigation which would almost certainly prevail.  That is not exactly the truth, which we’ll […]

Oxnard votes to consider district election of Council Members

Oxnard votes to consider district election of Council Members

By George Miller On Monday 11-27-17, the Oxnard City Council, in a special meeting, discussed and voted unanimously for consideration of transitioning to a district-based representation system on the council, instead of the current at-large elections of five Council members and a Mayor. They then voted to hire a demographer to help set up equitable […]

Conejo School Board releases final book selection/opt-out policy

Conejo School Board releases final book selection/opt-out policy

By George Miller As reported last week, the Conejo Valley Unified School District board approved a new book selection and opt-out policy, or as they call it: “Selection and Evaluation of Instructional Materials.” It was a messy meeting, since the version submitted for approval by board member Sandee Everett was disputed, as the Superintendent’s committee […]

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