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What Conservatives Don’t Understand About The Black Community

What Conservatives Don’t Understand About The Black Community

Raynard Jackson | The Daily Signal As a graduate of Oral Roberts University, I was blessed to spend a lot of time with Oral Roberts himself. Roberts repeatedly told me, “Go into every man’s world and meet them at the point of their need.”  He was referring to Christians evangelizing throughout the world. We Christians cannot wait for […]

California Residents Have the 20th Most Auto Loan Debt

California Residents Have the 20th Most Auto Loan Debt

Perhaps no part of daily life changed as much by the COVID-19 pandemic as mobility—how often residents leave their homes and where they go. With stay-at-home orders in effect for large parts of last year, Americans upended their daily routines and, where possible, began working from home, increasing their reliance on delivery services, and avoiding […]

Is Inflation Really a Problem ?

Is Inflation Really a Problem ?

Inflation is the current hot topic in macroeconomics, to the extent anything in macroeconomics can be “hot.” Financial, economic, and political commentators are in a tizzy over price increases. Even Fed Chairman Jerome Powell is starting to sound concerned, if his recent testimony before the Senate Banking Committee is any indication. We take it for […]

County Agricultural Commissioner 2020 Crop & Livestock Report Highlights Diverse Stories Of Women In Ventura County Agriculture

County Agricultural Commissioner 2020 Crop & Livestock Report Highlights Diverse Stories Of  Women In Ventura County Agriculture

Ventura, CA – The year 2020 brought several things into sharp focus about the importance of agriculture to the County of Ventura. The COVID 19 pandemic pointed out how vulnerable and extraordinarily essential the 40,000 hardworking people who faithfully kept coming to work are to not only the residents of Ventura, but to people throughout […]

The California Policy Center Is Putting The Pieces Into Place To Turn The Coming Fiscal Storm Into An Unprecedented Opportunity For California

The California Policy Center Is Putting The Pieces Into Place To Turn The Coming Fiscal Storm Into An Unprecedented Opportunity For California

Will Swaim CPC President Californians are fed up. After months of COVID-19, tempers are rising along with the thermostats outside. And as tempers rise, an economic storm is also brewing.  Californians are angry because the government has demonstrated that it views our freedom as dangerous. Over the past few months, it’s become clear that Gov. Newsom believes […]

County Of Ventura Assessment Appeals Board Member Recruitment

County Of Ventura Assessment Appeals Board Member Recruitment

“The County of Ventura is accepting applications for Board Member vacancies on its Assessment Appeals Boards (AAB). The AAB is a quasi-judicial body which hears property tax assessment appeals at a public hearings. The hearing process provides ‘equalization’, or fairness of the assessment of a property’s value of the property in question. Meetings of the […]

House Republicans Slam Biden Administration For Avoiding Oversight

House Republicans Slam Biden Administration For Avoiding Oversight

Thomas Catenacci A group of top House Republicans criticized Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen for avoiding oversight while her agency allegedly mishandles billions of dollars of coronavirus relief funds. The lawmakers, led by House Republican Whip Steve Scalise, blasted Yellen for skipping her congressionally-mandated testimony before the Financial Services Committee in a letter on Wednesday. Instead of testifying […]

Outdoor Recreation Contributes 1.8% Of Annual California GDP

Outdoor Recreation Contributes 1.8% Of Annual California GDP

Over the past year, pandemic-related shutdowns inspired Americans to head outdoors to find open, safe places to relax and exercise in record numbers. In 2020, 7.1 million more people headed outdoors, and overall participation in outdoor recreation surpassed 52% for the first time on record, according to the Outdoor Industry Association (OIA). Among the most […]

Airports In The U.S. West Dealing With Shortage Of Jet Fuel

Airports In The U.S. West Dealing With Shortage Of Jet Fuel

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Airports throughout the West are experiencing a shortage of jet fuel complicated by supply chain issues and a need for firefighting aircraft to battle raging wildfires in several states. State and federal lawmakers in Nevada say they are investigating a possible shortage of jet fuel […]

Prices Have Work To Do, Even In Pandemics

Prices Have Work To Do, Even In Pandemics

“Prices,” said the economist Benjamin Anderson, “have work to do. Prices should be free to tell the truth.” With Covid cases rising, places like Los Angeles reinstating outdoor mask mandates, and social media bursting with even more indignation than usual about Those People who refuse to wear a mask (or Those People who refuse to […]

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