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Will California Mandate Sustainable Groundwater Management?

Will California Mandate Sustainable Groundwater Management?

Just over a century ago, in response to excessive claims to limited surface water, California voters approved the Water Commission Act of 1913 to regulate surface water rights. The act did not regulate groundwater. As a consequence, California does not apply statewide regulation of groundwater as do many western states. Rather, groundwater is managed by […]

Moorpark horse trainer chosen as one of the ten best

Moorpark horse trainer chosen as one of the ten best

By Katie Cocquyt Moorpark horse trainer Scott Lico was selected as one of America’s ten most talented riders for the prestigious Gladstone Program.  The week long clinic took place May 21-26, 2014 in New Jersey at the hallowed grounds of Hamilton Farms, the United States Equestrian Team Foundation Headquarters. This program was taught by the […]

U.S: Hackers Threaten Passenger Planes

U.S: Hackers Threaten Passenger Planes

*Article courtesy Israel Homeland Security

Failing Grades

Failing Grades

By Michael Greer I knew our universities had become laboratories of leftist thought, but as it turns out things are much worse. I still believed the students were getting an education: even while they were being indoctrinated. But apparently, except perhaps, for hard sciences, that isn’t the case anymore. Did you know that most universities […]

Cyber Threats: Is Your Vehicle Safe?

Cyber Threats: Is Your Vehicle Safe?

Recently more and more vehicles and vehicle add-ons are connected to the internet, much like home computers and using their own IP address. This causes the cars we drive to be directly affected by the many cyber threats that today exist mostly on the internet. Taking over a car remotely isn’t a new phenomenon. According […]

Real Estate News: Landlord-Tenant–Returning all rental fees for a clerical error?

Real Estate News: Landlord-Tenant–Returning all rental fees for a clerical error?

Editor’s Note: We are pleased to welcome Ms. Felten as a contributing columnist at Citizen’s Journal.  We will be bringing you the “Real News” with tips and discussion of real estate law.  By Jennifer Felten Case: Lyles v. Sangadeo-Patel The question presented by this case was whether a tenant is entitled to a refund of rental […]

Defeat Common Core K-12 Data Mining – California Privacy Protection Opt Out Form–Townhall

Defeat Common Core K-12 Data Mining – California Privacy Protection Opt Out Form–Townhall

DHS Revises Use of Deadly Force Along U.S. Borders

DHS Revises Use of Deadly Force Along U.S. Borders

As the Los Angeles Times reports, these new revisions arrive amidst increasing criticism of unreasonable use of force and a much publicized, leaked damning internal report – both within the past six months. This documentation reveals some glaring abuses, including the fact “that some border agents stood in front of moving vehicles as a pretext […]

D Day Retrospective by award winning photographer, David Pu’u

D Day Retrospective by award winning photographer, David Pu’u

By David Pu’u A Life of Service. Ceremony for MOH Col Lewis Millett at Riverside.   June 6, cialis 2014, seek Today in the US, order we look back on an event in WW2, remembered as D Day. Here is the original historic dispatch from Associated Press. CNN brings us a fantastic retrospective on D […]

Dumb Laws–To go out of business you need a permit in Thousand Oaks

Dumb Laws–To go out of business you need a permit in Thousand Oaks

This is the first of what we hope will be many installments of: Dumb Laws.  Dumb laws are created every day in our fair country.  Like malformed pancakes they are just thrown out on the pile whether they are pretty or not, or whether or not they make any sense and are cost-effective or even […]