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Monumental Meeting of Libertarian Minds in West Hollywood

Monumental Meeting of Libertarian Minds in West Hollywood

•       Join us for a monumental meeting of the minds, or just come for the booze •       Meet Libertarian leaders Jason Stapleton, Marc Clair, Brian McWilliams & Dave Smith WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA, March 31, 2018 — Liberty on the Rocks Los Angeles presents Liberty Behind The Lines! A live discussion of the issues today’s Libertarians’ face, LBTL will be […]

Friends of the Library Announce Trip to CA Science Center: King Tut

Friends of the Library Announce Trip to CA Science Center: King Tut

The Friends of the Thousand Oaks Library announce a Cultural Bus Trip to the California Science Center to see the King Tut: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh exhibition. The exhibition includes golden jewelry, carvings, sculptures, and ritual antiquities, and an I-Max movie. The bus will leave at 10 am on Saturday, April 28th , and return […]

The Russian Pipeline and its Greatest Proponent

The Russian Pipeline and its Greatest Proponent

By Sigrid Weidenweber As a former German citizen, I view European Union and German politics through the filter of my own experience. I read and hear things differently than my American friends, who often do not notice political events that, in my mind, have enormous deleterious consequences. In the early eighties Russia began to undertake […]

Foster VC Kids: urgent need for homes for children and teens, especially in the cities of Oxnard and Ventura

Foster VC Kids: urgent need for homes for children and teens, especially in the cities of Oxnard and Ventura

In Ventura County there are nearly 800 children and teens in foster care, many of whom are in immediate need of a stable and loving home environment. (VENTURA COUNTY, Calif.) — Foster VC Kids, a program of Ventura County’s Children and Family Services, has launched a new initiative – What does home mean to you? – […]

Preschoolers Get A Hands-On Nature Lesson at Oxnard College Child Development Center

Preschoolers Get A Hands-On Nature Lesson at Oxnard College Child Development Center

Oxnard, Calif.–The Child Development Center (CDC) at Oxnard College has a brand new butterfly/hummingbird garden—with the help of members of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the college’s maintenance and operations department. The CDC had five small landscaped areas—four containing only turf. They were the perfect location make the switch to native plants so […]

Bruce Boyer; campaign for Ventura County Sheriff: Call to Action: 3-22-2018

Bruce Boyer; campaign for Ventura County Sheriff: Call to Action: 3-22-2018

Bruce Boyer for Ventura County Sheriff Campaign   We are mobilizing the patriots of Ventura County and those who want to earn our votes to be our elected officials; to call out our elected City Councils and Board of Supvs. We will be attending the meetings of EVERY City Council in the County and using […]

Casa Pacifica – Hi My Name is Spanky!

Casa Pacifica – Hi My Name is Spanky!

    Hi, my name is Spanky Me and Archie (Casa Pacifica’s original therapy dog) hanging out together in 2009.  I first moved into Casa Pacifica at age three. My dad was an alcoholic and my mom left when I was six months old. Since then, I’ve been in and out of Casa Pacifica three times and […]

Go Go GoFund.gov!

Go Go GoFund.gov!

   by Thomas L. Knapp Brian Kolfage supported US president Donald Trump’s proposal for a wall on the the US-Mexico border.He was frustrated that Congress still refused to fund the wall (as I write this, we’re in the early hours of  “government shutdown” theatrics over that very argument). Unlike most Americans, Kolfage did something above […]

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