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USMCA is a Win for Farmers and California

USMCA is a Win for Farmers and California

SACRAMENTO – Today, Senate Republican Leader Shannon Grove  (R-Bakersfield) released the following statement after Congress passed the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA):  “Our Central Valley feeds and fuels the nation. In 2018, California exports to Canada and Mexico supported nearly 240,000 jobs and created more than $29 billion in economic value.  “This 21st century trade agreement […]

Port Hueneme City Council Votes for New Mayor

Port Hueneme City Council Votes for New Mayor

(PORT HUENEME, CA) The City of Port Hueneme City Council has a new female team at the helm. At a regularly scheduled meeting of the City Council, Mayor Pro Tem Laura Hernandez, received a unanimous vote as the 2019-2020 Mayor.  Ms. Hernandez was newly elected to the City Council in 2018 and has served one […]

United States Naval Officer Mike Garcia Releases Statement on House Impeachment Vote

United States Naval Officer Mike Garcia Releases Statement on House Impeachment Vote

Below is a statement from former U.S. Naval Officer Mike Garcia:   “While the extreme liberals in Washington hold hostage the Congressional agenda so they can push their socialist policies, America seeks to move forward to a more prosperous economy and safer nation. Unfortunately, Christy Smith being endorsed by these very Democrats and extreme liberals […]

Camarillo City Council to Consider Hemp Cultivation Ordinance on January 8, 2020

Camarillo City Council to Consider Hemp Cultivation Ordinance on January 8, 2020

At their meeting of December 17, 2019, the Camarillo Planning Commission recommended approval to the Camarillo City Council of a Hemp Cultivation Ordinance, prohibiting the cultivation of industrial hemp within the City of Camarillo. The Camarillo City Council will consider the Ordinance during a public hearing on:  Wednesday, January 8, 2020, 7:30 pm City Hall […]

Democrats Impeach Trump in Partisan Vote

Democrats Impeach Trump in Partisan Vote

BY IVAN PENTCHOUKOV Democrats in the House of Representatives voted on Dec. 18 to impeach President Donald Trump. All of the Republicans voted against no on the resolution, marking the impeachment as the most partisan in U.S. history. Two Democrats—Rep. Jeff Van Drew (D-N.J.) and Rep. Collin Peterson (D-Minn.)—broke ranks with their party to vote no on […]

Here Are The Three Democrats That Voted Against Impeachment

Here Are The Three Democrats That Voted Against Impeachment

WILLIAM DAVIS REPORTER   President Donald Trump became the third president in U.S. history to be impeached Wednesday night, but three Democratic congressman dissented. The President was impeached on one count of abuse of power, and another count of obstruction of Congress, and will now face a senate trial to determine rather or not he gets […]

Trump Sends Fiery Letter to Pelosi, Accuses Democrats of ‘Illegal, Partisan Attempted Coup’

Trump Sends Fiery Letter to Pelosi, Accuses Democrats of ‘Illegal, Partisan Attempted Coup’

BY JACK PHILLIPS President Donald Trump sent a 6-page letter (pdf) to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) on Tuesday to protest the impending vote on two articles of impeachment and accused Democrats of “subverting” Democracy. The president told Pelosi that he wishes to express “my strongest and most powerful protest against the partisan impeachment crusade.” “You have developed a […]

Association of Deputy District Attorneys Endorsements for L.A. Superior Court Judges

Association of Deputy District Attorneys Endorsements for L.A. Superior Court Judges

The Association of Deputy District Attorneys (ADDA) endorses the following individuals in the 2020 Los Angeles County judicial races: For Los Angeles Superior Court Judge:   Seat 42 – Robert Villa Seat 72 – Stephen Morgan Seat 76 – Emily Cole Seat 80 – David Berger and Nicholas Rini Seat 97 – Sherry Powell Seat 145 – Adan Montalban Seat 150 – Manuel Almada […]

Angel Mom, Now a Congressional Candidate, Opposes Impeachment

Angel Mom, Now a Congressional Candidate, Opposes Impeachment

RANCHO CUCAMONGA — Angel mom and congressional candidate Agnes Gibboney, who has appeared in a 2016 campaign ad with President Donald Trump, would vote against Wednesday’s expected impeachment vote if she were in Congress. “This impeachment process is nothing more than a huge harassment against our president,” Gibboney said. “We’ve never seen such a disgraceful […]

T.O. Police Chief Retires After Investigation- Wrong Person Retiring?

T.O. Police Chief Retires After Investigation- Wrong Person Retiring?

    By George Miller   We are on the distribution list for Sheriff’s Dept announcements, but somehow we failed to receive the one on Thousand Oaks “Police Chief” Tim Hagel’s retirement and had to read about it in another publication. Here’s one from the City of Thousand Oaks. The KVTA one was a bit […]