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Conejo Valley Unified School District School Board vs. Parents

Conejo Valley Unified School District School Board vs. Parents

    by Janet Stephenson The California Department of Education (CDE), in 2018, set forth guidelines on how to work with communities when facing implementation of new laws on sexual education. In their publication, HIV/AIDS Prevention Instruction Guidelines – Comprehensive Sexual Health & HIV/AIDS Instruction, it states, “Almost all religious faiths have specific teachings about […]

Is the Run on the Dollar Due to Panic or Greed?

Is the Run on the Dollar Due to Panic or Greed?

    by Ellen Brown What’s going on in the repo market? Rates on repurchase agreements (“repo”) should be around 2%, in line with the fed funds rate. But they shot up to over 5% on September 16 and got as high as 10% on September 17. Yet banks were refusing to lend to each other, evidently […]

Veteran Frank Britton Is Using His Experience Overcoming Addiction Through Easterseals To Help Other Veterans

Veteran Frank Britton Is Using His Experience Overcoming Addiction Through Easterseals To Help Other Veterans

AUDREY CONKLIN REPORTER . U.S. Marine Corps veteran Frank Britton struggled to overcome a drug addiction for several decades; now, he’s using personal experience to help others, including veterans and former offenders. Britton received support from the nonprofit organization Easterseals, which provides services to people with disabilities and helps veterans transition back into their communities. Britton […]

DACA – SCOTUS Oral Argument Tomorrow Department of Homeland Security v. Regents of U. of Calif.

DACA – SCOTUS Oral Argument Tomorrow Department of Homeland Security v. Regents of U. of Calif.

Tomorrow morning, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral argument on whether President Trump has the power to undo the Obama Administration’s illegal amnesty program known as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (“DACA”). Our firm filed four amicus briefs supporting the Trump Administration at various stages of the DACA litigation, our most recent brief having […]

Ventura | Stolen Vehicle and Possession of Methamphetamine Arrest

Ventura | Stolen Vehicle and Possession of Methamphetamine Arrest

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release On 11/10/19, the victim parked and locked their vehicle in the 4600 block of Telegraph Rd. Later, when returning to the area, the car was gone. The victim reported their vehicle stolen to the Ventura Police Department. On 11/11/19, Ventura Police Patrol received a LoJack notification in the area […]

Longtime Environmental Leader Joins MERITO Foundation Board

Longtime Environmental Leader Joins MERITO Foundation Board

Mohammed A. Hasan, a veteran environmental leader in Ventura county with 45 years of experience dealing with various environmental issues and projects, has joined the MERITO Foundation board.  MERITO Foundation is a 501c (3) organization dedicated to protecting the ocean by facilitating education, conservation, and scientific research opportunities to multicultural youth and their communities.  It has a […]

Donald Trump, Jr. — “Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us”

Donald Trump, Jr. —  “Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us”

By Michael Hernandez SIMI VALLEY—An enthusiastic and packed Ronald Reagan Presidential Library came to hear Donald Trump, Jr. on Sunday close out the first week of a book tour on “Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us.”  The night ended with a plea given by one audience member for the […]

On Veterans Day, Nov 11th, and Every Day, Americans Thank Veterans For Their Service in Defense of the Republic

On Veterans Day, Nov 11th, and Every Day, Americans Thank Veterans For Their Service in Defense of the Republic

    By Capt Joseph R. John On November 11th, Veterans Day, and every day, Americans are appreciative of Veterans for their service in the defense of the Republic when they were once active members of the US Armed Forces.  We remember and “Honor” military personnel who gave the last full measure of devotion in […]

Long-Term Solutions for California Wildfire Prevention

Long-Term Solutions for California Wildfire Prevention

    By Edward Ring Nobody knew how the fire started. It took hold in the dry chaparral and grasslands and quickly spread up the sides of the canyon. Propelled by winds gusting over 40 miles per hour and extremely dry air (humidity below 25 percent), the fire spread over the ridge and into the town […]

A look at the California fire season

A look at the California fire season

    By Mel Mann      If you are a California resident, 2019 has been one heck of a year.  The homeless populations of San Francisco and Los Angeles have repeatedly made the national news. We can no longer get plastic straws with our cancer causing soda, but more prominent in our minds is […]

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