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Felons, Come One, Come All! Gascon and Rossi welcome you to their Los Angeles!

Felons, Come One, Come All!  Gascon and Rossi welcome you to their Los Angeles!

By Marc Debbaudt, Guest Editorial . What would Los Angeles look like if George Gascon or Rachel Rossi actually became the County’s next District Attorney? In a nutshell (and you would have to be a nut to vote for either of them), they will make L.A. the greatest haven for criminals in the nation. Yes, even […]

SCAM in California’s 15th Senate District

SCAM in California’s 15th Senate District

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views “A people that wants to remain ignorant and free … wants what never has been and never will be” ~ Thomas Jefferson.” BIG STORY: It looks like the SCAM of this election can be found in the 15th State Senate District.  There are seven candidates, only one […]

When a Country is Perpetually At War It Views Everyone As Perpetual Enemies

When a Country is Perpetually At War It Views Everyone As Perpetual Enemies

  . Armando Vazquez The United States of America has spent 32 million dollars per hour, or put another way, a total of 5.6 trillion dollars since 2001 in wars conducted all over the world. Domestically our government has declared war on drugs, gangs, people of color, Muslims, the homeless, the indigent, the LGBTQ community […]

Santa Paula: Citizen Reports on Oaks Mobile Estates Senior Park Rent Increase

Santa Paula: Citizen Reports on Oaks Mobile Estates Senior Park Rent Increase

    By Barry Cooper, Oaks Mobile Estates Currently there is much speculation as to what is happening in the Oaks Mobile Estates in Santa Paula. As a resident in that park I would like to offer an honest, objective point of view about recent past events and where things stand at this moment. New […]

Bananas – Friend or Foe?

Bananas – Friend or Foe?

    By Naomi Fisher                                    Question: Are bananas capable of transmitting diseases to humans? Concern: We are more than 60% identically, genetically related to Bananas. When I was unable to find a job as a secretary I took jobs […]

San Diego Mayor Opens Committee Office for Governor

San Diego Mayor Opens Committee Office for Governor

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views “A people that wants to remain ignorant and free … wants what never has been and never will be” ~ Thomas Jefferson.” BIG STORY: Kevin Faulconer opens Committee to run for Governor in 2022. Thanks to Politico, we now know the main issue the Mayor of […]

VOTER BEWARE | New Prop 13—Education Scam to Finance Higher LOCAL Property Taxes and More

VOTER BEWARE | New Prop 13—Education Scam to Finance Higher LOCAL Property Taxes and More

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views In an ironic quirk of fate, the March primary ballot will see another Prop. 13.  In 1978, that Prop. 13 was meant to save homeowners money and protect their homes.  The 2020 version of Prop. 13 is meant to reward failed government education, finance assistance to […]

Science Running Amok

Science Running Amok

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Not long ago we trusted scientific information because its teachings were based on facts, gathered by trustworthy individuals seeking scientific evidence to problems. Evidence that can be replicated in multiple setting in different laboratories. However, I published already on November 4, 2018 an article entitled Academia Running Amok. In this […]

New DA Begins The Purge in San Francisco

New DA Begins The Purge in San Francisco

. . . By Michele Hanisee   When George Gascón abandoned his position as San Francisco District Attorney with more than a year left in his term, the law required an election be held to replace him. The winner of that election was a  public defender and former translator for the late Venezuelan dictator President Hugo […]

Oxnard Deal to Keep Ormond Beach Power Plant Open in Return for Future Demolition/Remediation

Oxnard Deal to Keep Ormond Beach Power Plant Open in Return for Future Demolition/Remediation

    By George Miller A while back, we reported that Oxnard City Manager Alex Nguyen said they might negotiate a deal for Gen-On to demolish and remediate the Ormond Beach plant (formerly of NRG), in return for keeping it operational for a few more years. Well, it seems that the nanny state’s ambition to […]

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