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U.S. Army to Select New Handgun

U.S. Army to Select New Handgun

*Article courtesy Israel Homeland Security

The real double threat to the United States

The real double threat to the United States

*Article courtesy Israel Homeland Security by Dan Arkin

Jerry’s Latest Boondoggle Threatens Property Owners

Jerry’s Latest Boondoggle Threatens Property Owners

  You’d think that with all the well deserved bad press heaped on the High Speed Rail debacle that Governor Brown would be a little more circumspect about mega-infrastructure projects which, erectile presumably, he wishes to be the cornerstone of his legacy. Unfortunately, it appears that his legacy may be that of an inflexible politician […]

Now is not the time to give up

Now is not the time to give up

      By Michael Greer This morning, as I was driving to Los Angeles City Hall for a protest against Mayor Garcetti’s welcoming of illegal alien children to the city.  I heard about our President’s meeting with the presidents of Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala. Supposedly, they were to discuss a solution to stop […]

When a yard sale goes wrong

When a yard sale goes wrong

 By Jennifer Felten A woman in Horn Lake, Tennessee, learned an expensive lesson this summer when she put on a yard sale. The city has strict rules about advertising yard sales and she apparently violated them. In particular, the signs did not contain all of the information required for such advertising including the date of […]

Dumb Laws–Simi Valley and the Urban Chicken

Dumb Laws–Simi Valley and the Urban Chicken

By Debra Tash There must be something with Simi Valley and birds.  First we discover their aversion to crows now it’s chickens.  At the July 21st Council Meeting a very articulate teen named Hannah got up and spoke during Public Comments.  You can find her comments at the 29 minute mark if you go the […]

Who waits fifteen hours for a boy band? Confession of a Fan Mom

Who waits fifteen hours for a boy band? Confession of a Fan Mom

Photo Essay: Traveling the National Parks–-Grand Tetons, Wyoming

Photo Essay: Traveling the National Parks–-Grand Tetons, Wyoming

Local residents Harvey and Kathy Youngman recently went on a road trip up through the United States into Canada.   World travelers they said this was one trip they did not want to end.  They were especially impressed with the beauty and glory of the Grand Tetons in Wyoming. From the National Parks website: http://www.nps.gov/grte/index.htm Mountains […]

Upper Ojai Search and Rescue at Coppers and Choppers– A fun family day!

Upper Ojai Search and Rescue at Coppers and Choppers– A fun family day!

On Saturday July 26th Upper Ojai Search and Rescue participated in Coppers and Choppers at the Camarillo Airport.  Rescue equipment from helicopters, boats,  squad cars and more along with K9 units from the Sheriff’s department.  Safety and Law Enforcement Personnel and volunteers gave safety tips.  It was good family fun with a message. Upper Ojai […]

Fisherman gets sued by Feds for throwing small fish back in ocean

Fisherman gets sued by Feds for throwing small fish back in ocean

In a case that defies the aphorism – “let the punishment fit the crime, ailment ” PLF (Pacific Legal Foundation) has just filed a friend of the court brief at the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of a Florida fisherman named John Yates.  Mr. Yates, rx a grandfather and commercial fishing boat captain for hire, […]