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Clergy Council meeting, then 26 CD Congressional candidates Brownley and Dagnesses invited

Clergy Council meeting, then 26 CD Congressional candidates Brownley and Dagnesses invited

3rd Presidential debate tonight- 10-19-16

3rd Presidential debate tonight- 10-19-16

  Final Scheduled 2016 Presidential Candidate Debate Wednesday, October 19, 2016 6:00 PM  The topics have been chosen for third and final presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, the Commission on Presidential Debates announced Monday. The debate, moderated by Fox News Channel’s Chris Wallace, will take place on Wednesday, October 19 at 9:00 […]

James O’Keefe Releases Video II: Rigging the Election – Mass Voter Fraud

James O’Keefe Releases Video II: Rigging the Election –  Mass Voter Fraud

By Project Veritas Published on Oct 18, 2016 In the second video of James O’Keefe’s new Project Veritas explosive series on the DNC and Hillary Clinton campaign, Democratic party operatives tell us how to successfully commit voter fraud on a massive scale. Scott Foval, who has since been fired, admits that the Democrats have been […]

Oxnard Inter-Neighborhood Council debate of City Council candidates- 10-13-16

Oxnard Inter-Neighborhood Council debate of City Council candidates- 10-13-16

The Oxnard Inter Neighborhood Council Organization (INCO) sponsored an Oxnard City Council candidates forum on October 13, 2016 at the Oxnard Performing Art and Convention Center theater. Candidates fielded questions submitted to League of Women Voters moderator David Maron by the public and INCO. Event Video by Dan Pinedo Candidates participating were:  Aaron Starr, Al Velasquez, Bryan […]

Project Veritas releases first video on investigation of Clinton campaign and allies

By Project Veritas Editor’s note: James O’Keefe, head of activist investigative journalist group Project Veritas promised last week that they would release proof of unethical and possibly illegal campaign activities. Here is the first installment, which is shocking in its audacity and scope of what is revealed.  It is mostly in the words of the actual […]

Happy Hour With Christy Weir to Ventura City Council

Happy Hour With Christy Weir to Ventura City Council

           

Pro and Con on Ventura’s Measure O

Pro and Con on Ventura’s Measure O

As part of the effort to maintain water supplies and water affordability for current residents of the city of Ventura, Save Our Water Ventura (SOWV) monitors local issues. Before voting on Ventura City Measure O, please study the “pro and con” arguments. Measure O is a new sales tax. In making your decision to vote yes […]

Candidate statement: T.J. McInturff for Simi City Council

Candidate statement: T.J. McInturff for Simi City Council

My name is T.J. McInturff and I want to be your next Simi Valley City Council Member. I was formerly a Litigation Specialist for Bank of America for the past five years. Prior to that I worked for CBS on the show Entertainment Tonight licensing deals for media. Currently I am featured in a new show airing on […]

Former Ventura County State Senator Tom McClintock — “I Stand With Trump”

Former Ventura County State Senator Tom McClintock  — “I Stand With Trump”

Donald Trump wasn’t my first or even second choice for President, but I can certainly tell the difference between a fire and a fireman.  And when a fireman is trying to save my house from burning down, the fact he uses lewd and vulgar language in private conversations with other guys doesn’t change the nature […]

Ventura County Law Enforcement Gathers to Oppose Proposition 57

Ventura County Law Enforcement Gathers to Oppose Proposition 57

By Tim Pompey There are seventeen propositions on California’s state ballot for November 2016. Seventeen issues ranging from requiring employees in the adult film industry to wear condoms to the legalization of recreational marijuana to placing time limits on legal challenges to death sentences. It’s a proposition maze that for the average voter is like […]