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When Israel’s Regime Buys US Weapons, it Buys Them with Your Money

When Israel’s Regime Buys US Weapons, it Buys Them with Your Money

COLUMN by Thomas L. Knapp On May 5, Hamas commander Mohammed Deif issued a warning to Israel’s government: Unless Israeli police and troops stopped attacking Palestinians in Jerusalem — including not just those protesting against the regime’s theft of their homes in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood on behalf of Israeli “settlers,” but also worshipers at […]

Classes Starting Soon!

Classes Starting Soon!

Conejo Valley Adult Education Classes Starting Soon! Register now  at www.ConejoAdultEd.org New classes starting next week! Presenting Alfred Hitchcock Starts Thurs, June 3 6:15 PM – 8:45 PM Longo, Joseph Read more Beginning Copperplate Calligraphy Starts Wed, June 2 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM LaPorte, Shirley Read more Digital Photography Basics Plus Starts Wed, June 2 9:30 AM […]

Smithsonian to Fully Reopen Museums

Smithsonian to Fully Reopen Museums

Smithsonian Institution We are pleased to share that the Smithsonian will reopen 10 more of our museums throughout the summer, marking a full reopening of all Smithsonian museums by the end of August 2021. You can view the full schedule below. All locations will continue to follow added health and safety measures, including face coverings and […]

Fighting Evil at the County Level

Fighting Evil at the County Level

The Healthy American THE HEALTHY AMERICAN Fighting Evil at the County Level A couple of days ago I shared with you our strategy for fighting evil at the county level. The info graphic I shared is included below, with a few others that have been making the rounds! (And contrary to the “fact-checkers” my comments […]

Tickets are Going Fast – Don’t Miss Improv Indoors!

Tickets are Going Fast – Don’t Miss Improv Indoors!

Conejo Players Theatre ONLY 11 TICKETS LEFT: Improv returns June 5 DRIVE-IN: Broadway Showstoppers with a twist AUDITIONS: be a part of Almost, Maine Don’t miss our first show back inside  June 5 at 7 p.m., in-person and online.  Improv is back, and more vaccinated than ever! Join the troupe live at the Conejo Players […]

Administrative Medical Assistant in Simi Valley

Administrative Medical Assistant in Simi Valley

PRESS RELEASE Conejo Valley Adult Education Administrative Medical Assistant in Simi Valley! Online classes, real teachers. Register today.  And be sure to… Like Us on Facebook… For latest news, classes and more, Like us on Facebook:  Go to  Facebook.com/ConejoValleyAdultEducation and click the Like button. A full array of classes awaits you for Summer 2021. Register now for Computer, […]

Eugene Debs Died for our Sins

Eugene Debs Died for our Sins

Column By Richard Eber Even in the times of Cancel Culture, where Leftist extremists are trying to change the past by eliminating historical figures they don’t care for; there are certain truths that never change.  One such principle is that history like geology always repeats itself. With this in mind, we take a look at […]

Veteran Assistance – Recent Updates and How They Made VA Home Loans Even Better

Veteran Assistance – Recent Updates and How They Made VA Home Loans Even Better

PRESS RELEASE- We are not associated with VA Home Loan Centers If you are a military member, you might have probably heard of a couple of changes made last year to your VA home loan benefits. Changes that came from former President Donald Trump’s signing of the Bluewater Navy Act into law on June 25th, […]

Disney Princess the Concert – 2nd Show Added

Disney Princess the Concert – 2nd Show Added

Bank of America Performing Arts Center Home | Events | Directions | Contact ON SALE NOW! Find Tickets   February 19, 2022 at 2:00PM – JUST ADDED! February 19, 2022 at 7:30PM For generations, Disney’s Princesses have enchanted many with their courage and kindness. Their music has been the soundtrack to people’s lives. Now, for the first time in forever, that beloved […]

Oy vey, Randi!

Oy vey, Randi!

COLUMN By Larry Sand Editor’s note: This is the seventh in a series of missives to Randi Weingarten, president of the American Federation of Teachers. The first six can be accessed here. Oy vey, old friend! As you well know, I have written several heartfelt emails to you over the years, pointing out my concern over […]