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POLITICS | City Hall’s “Trade Secrets”

POLITICS | City Hall’s “Trade Secrets”

    By Aaron Starr In an attempt to circumvent public disclosure requirements under the Public Records Act, Oxnard city management is claiming that the results of a taxpayer-funded public opinion poll are a “trade secret,” and are refusing to disclose that information to the public. As we were petitioning over the summer to qualify […]

Study: Immigration to Redistribute 26 Congressional Seats to Blue States for 2022 Election

Study: Immigration to Redistribute 26 Congressional Seats to Blue States for 2022 Election

 By JOHN BINDER The nation’s illegal and legal immigration system will help shift 26 congressional seats, primarily from red states, and redistribute them to mostly blue states next year, according to new analysis. Every year, the United States imports about 1.2 million legal immigrants who largely arrive to reunite with foreign relatives already in the […]

Californians exempt from the consequences of Liberalism

Californians exempt from the consequences of Liberalism

    By Edward Ring When trying to understand why Californians continue to elect liberals, several explanations routinely surface. Chief among them is the theory that conservatives forever alienated California’s diverse electorate by championing “discriminatory” policies. The early example of this was Prop. 187, passed in 1994, which banned providing government services to illegal aliens. Most of […]

Trump Founds First New Military Service In 70 Years With Space Force

Trump Founds First New Military Service In 70 Years With Space Force

By Shelby Talcott | Contributor   President Donald Trump officially founded Space Force on Friday, part of a $1.4 trillion national security bill he signed into law. Trump signed the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act Friday, which will provide money for various top national security priorities. Included in the bill is Space Force, a directive Trump first […]

Franklin Graham Criticizes Christianity Today Publication, Says His Late Father Voted For Trump

Franklin Graham Criticizes Christianity Today Publication, Says His Late Father Voted For Trump

WILLIAM DAVIS REPORTER   Franklin Graham criticized the publication Christianity Today on Thursday night after the magazine founded by his late father endorsed President Donald Trump’s removal from office. Graham is a staunch supporter of the president, and says that his late father, the Rev. Billy Graham, cast his last ever vote in a presidential election for Trump in […]

Immigration Will Dramatically Shift The Electoral College In Favor Of Democrats, Study Finds

Immigration Will Dramatically Shift The Electoral College In Favor Of Democrats, Study Finds

JASON HOPKINS IMMIGRATION AND POLITICS REPORTER . A new analysis finds that immigration will dramatically reshape the Electoral College map in favor of the Democratic Party after completion of the 2020 U.S. Census. Rising immigrant populations around the United States will result in several solidly Democratic states gaining more seats in the House of Representatives at […]

Hundreds Of Freelance Writers Sue California Over ‘Career-Ending’ Assembly Bill

Hundreds Of Freelance Writers Sue California Over ‘Career-Ending’ Assembly Bill

BY KATABELLA ROBERTS Hundreds of freelance writers in California have filed a lawsuit against the state to prevent a new law from forcing some independent contractors to become employees of their clients. The AB5 bill aims to prevent companies from exploiting workers by falsely declaring them as independent contractors, but has received criticism among journalists who believe it restricts the freedom and […]

Senate Approves $1.4 Trillion Spending Package, Sending It to Trump’s Desk

Senate Approves $1.4 Trillion Spending Package, Sending It to Trump’s Desk

BY EMEL AKAN WASHINGTON—The Senate voted Dec. 19 on a nearly 1.4 trillion spending package to keep the federal government funded and avert a shutdown before the Christmas holiday. The 12 appropriations measures were passed in two separate bills, which would fund the government through Sept. 30, 2020. The first package that covers eight appropriations bills passed by a 71-23 vote. The second was approved […]

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 […]