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A Votar Mi Gente: Our Democratic Destiny is in our Vote! Part One

A Votar Mi Gente: Our Democratic Destiny is in our Vote! Part One

    By Armando Vazquez National Politics: With less than two weeks before the Presidential Election, the stakes have never been higher. We must all vote like our lives depend on it! It is also incredibly important to focus on the local races because what happens in Washington, D.C., is going to play out in […]

Commentary | Islamic Terror Hidden From View

Commentary | Islamic Terror Hidden From View

    By Sigrid Weidenweber I doubt that you saw the small notice, even if it was displayed by a major news outlet, for they shelter extreme Islamists from their terrible acts and the criticism that surely follows.  So you may have failed to note that in France, Islamist terrorism is the suspected culprit in […]

Politics | Race for Los Angeles D.A. – The Two Faces of Gascón

Politics | Race for Los Angeles D.A. – The Two Faces of Gascón

. . . By Eric Siddall . If you talk to prosecutors around the country, they will tell you two things about the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office (LADA): that it’s the nation’s largest and that it’s led the way on many issues related to the criminal justice system. . George Gascón won’t say […]

COMMENTARY | Abortion: Biden vs. Trump – 6 Things Every Voter Should Know

COMMENTARY | Abortion: Biden vs. Trump – 6 Things Every Voter Should Know

    By Craig Huey Where President Trump stands and where Joe Biden stands on the issue of abortion is critical to voters. In this election, here are 6 things you should know: Complete Opposite Positions. This election is turning out to be a fight between President Trump – who has been the most pro-life, anti-abortion […]

What is really going on with COVID-19

What is really going on with COVID-19

    To: Ventura County Board of Supervisors Steve Bennett, Linda Parks, Bob Huber, John Zaragoza and Kelly Long, CEO Mike Powers and Health Officer Dr. Robert Levin From George Miller & Debra Tash Following the so-called “Mainstream Media” (MSM) narrative on COVID-19 might cause one to think that we are in the midst of […]

Go Ahead, Democrats – Make Our Day!

Go Ahead, Democrats – Make Our Day!

    By Mike Smith The Democrat-Media Complex (DMC) is eager to do to Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett what it did to now-Justice Brett Kavanaugh. It has no other choice – the out-of-control Democrat voter base will not tolerate ethical diversity. Once again, the Left’s ‘power to the people’ chickens are coming home […]

In Event of Court Packing, Dennis Prager Recommends…

In Event of Court Packing, Dennis Prager Recommends…

    By Mike Smith From a caller (Doug from Colorado) to the Dennis Prager Show, Tuesday, October 20, 2020: D: So here’s my question: Let’s say the Democrats pack the court; the Left takes over. I mean, it looks like a Marxist future. What do we do? Do we become like Jews and isolate […]

The Hotly Contested Thousand Oaks City Council Race

The Hotly Contested Thousand Oaks City Council Race

    By Mandy Jacob Election season is here, and it is time to take a deep dive into the City of Thousand Oaks’s run for City Council. The backstory to this race has more drama than a Spanish Soap Opera. On the one hand we have the Mayor Al Adam, touting everything he has […]

Commentary | Lane Reduction on Maricopa Hwy in Ojai – CalTrans Plans to Go Forward

Commentary | Lane Reduction on Maricopa Hwy in Ojai – CalTrans Plans to Go Forward

  . By Jeffrey Weinstein . On Friday 10/16/20, I learned privately from Randy Haney, Ojai City Councilman, that Caltrans is moving forward 11/9/20 with Demonstration Project for Lane Reduction on Maricopa Hwy, despite no public notice, design/construction plan or schedule made available to the City Council or Ojai Residents.  The 4-1-2019 Letter from Caltrans […]

Commentary | California—Glad I Fled You

Commentary | California—Glad I Fled You

    By Sigrid Weidenweber I don’t know if I am prescient or just lucky. But I left California in the first days of February 2020, seeking a new home in Nevada. I had the feeling that big money grabs were coming—and here they are! In a Wall Street Journal opinion piece, from Thursday, October […]

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