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When Our Guardians Fail Us

When Our Guardians Fail Us

  By Victor Davis Hanson One symptom of a society in crisis is the unreliability or even corruption of its own auditors. After all, when the watchmen have lost moral authority to watch, who can be believed or trusted? Or, as the Roman satirist Juvenal famously put it, “Who will guard the guardians?” It was […]

Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser for the Society St. Vincent De Paul

Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser for the Society St. Vincent De Paul

Come join us for a pancake breakfast fundraiser this Sunday December 15th, at Oxnard Knights of Columbus Council 750,600 South D Street, Oxnard from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. for the Society St. Vincent De Paul. We will be having raffles, 50/50 and Arts & Craft vendors. Please come and join us. The cost is […]

Stop Planned Parenthood

Stop Planned Parenthood

  BE THE CHANGE! GET INVOLVED! Planned Parenthood to open reproductive health centers at 50 Los Angeles high schools Clinics will offer birth control, STI testing and pregnancy counseling, but not abortion Planned Parenthood is pioneering a new model of reproductive health services for Los Angeles County teens by opening 50 clinics at area high […]

Boys and Girls Clubs of Moorpark and Simi Valley Holiday Hours

Boys and Girls Clubs of Moorpark and Simi Valley Holiday Hours

  Dear Boys & Girls Club Families, With the holiday season quickly approaching, we would like to inform you of our winter break schedule and full day programs. All Clubhouses will be closed December 23-27 and January 1. The Moorpark Clubhouse will be open for full day programs the week of December 30 through January 3 (except January 1 for […]

Volunteers Needed to Assist in Annual Homeless Count in Ventura County

Volunteers Needed to Assist in Annual Homeless Count in Ventura County

VENTURA, Calif. – Community volunteers are needed for the annual count and survey of homeless persons in Ventura County. The 2020 Ventura County Homeless Count has been scheduled for Wednesday, January 29, 2019. The annual Homeless Count is coordinated by the Ventura County Continuum of Care and County of Ventura, in partnership with community partners […]

The Republican Party’s Brand Problem

The Republican Party’s Brand Problem

  By Raynard Jackson Can you imagine anyone using basketball legend Michael Jordan to promote the sport of Cricket?  Can you imagine anyone using the face of a famous vegan to advertise McDonald Hamburgers?  Can you imagine inviting a board member of Planned Parenthood, an extreme pro-abortion group to give a keynote speech to the Susan B. […]

Thousand Oaks Native Julian Berger to Release Original Film Odd Love on Amazon Prime

Thousand Oaks Native Julian Berger to Release Original Film Odd Love on Amazon Prime

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA. Julian Berger, a student at USC’s School of Cinematic Arts and a native of Thousand Oaks, will premiere his independent film, “Odd Love,” on Amazon Prime this week. The film, which Berger self-financed and self-produced, premiered on March 24th at the Westlake Village Twin theatre. “For the past four years, every summer I […]

Ventura County Astronomical Society Holiday Message

Ventura County Astronomical Society Holiday Message

To all VCAS Members and Friends: I want to make this brief since the Holidays are Nigh 🌠 2019 was an astronomical year for VCAS. Public Participation and donations were at an all time high due to our theme for 2019: 50 Years Since Apollo 11. Before I announce our theme for 2020 let me give […]

Free Pictures with Santa at Simi YMCA – Saturday, December 14

Free Pictures with Santa at Simi YMCA – Saturday, December 14

Simi Valley, Calif.—Kids and families can get their picture taken with Santa Claus when he visits the Simi Valley Family YMCA on Saturday, December 14 from 10 a.m. to noon. The pictures will be sent to parents by email. The community is welcome and picture taking is free. Children will be given a treat after […]

How America’s Students Need to Get ‘Woke’

How America’s Students Need to Get ‘Woke’

  By Victor Davis Hanson, American Greatness Today’s university students want to “wake” the nation to problems that they and their professors have identified as threatening our very existence. And they issue these periodic alarms in hyperbolic terms: we have just 10, 20—fill in the blanks—years to end fossil fuel use or else die from […]

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