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Flawed Berkeley Law Study Produces Flawed Conclusions

Flawed Berkeley Law Study Produces Flawed Conclusions

. . . By Michele Hanisee . The Death Penalty Clinic at Berkley Law released a study last week that concludes that “racial discrimination is an ever-present feature of jury selection in California.” The study was authored by long-time criminal defense attorney Elisabeth Semel, who runs the Death Penalty Clinic at UC Berkeley. It is […]

The United States Postal Service is Being Destroyed

The United States Postal Service is Being Destroyed

    By Naomi Fisher  The USPS, with 640,000 employees, is among the largest employers in all 50 states – and the single largest civilian employer of veterans!  Consider: If USPS is destroyed all those employees will join the ranks of unemployed. Our Nation is having trouble making unemployment payments now. What will happen when […]

COVID 19 in Perspective

COVID 19 in Perspective

By John Jay With respect to the Coronavirus (COVID 19) panic and hysteria, I would like to say this about that: While it is right to worry about COVID 19, it is a fairly moderate pandemic relative to pandemics in the remote and near past. Bubonic plague, from Roman times thru the 13th century killed millions on at least […]

Expert discusses COVID-19 with Marketing Maven

Expert discusses COVID-19 with Marketing Maven

    By Robin Itzler  Following a recent Zoom meeting that focused on the COVID-19 coronavirus and how Americans should adapt to living with it until there is a proven vaccine, the Marketing Maven was fortunate to interview one of the speakers. Renowned researcher Dr. Adenoid Hynkel took the time to answer questions to help others […]

Wave the flag

Wave the flag

    By Jeanette Hernandez Despite the current “Black Lives Matter” movement that is so prevalent, and I would say, is so significant, I will still put my flag up in front of my home this Fourth of July. The Stars and Stripes has never stood for bigotry or racism. In the early years of […]

SoCal Beachgoing on July 4, 2020

SoCal Beachgoing on July 4, 2020

    By George Miller What could be more American than a beach party and frolicking in the surf on the 4th of July- America’s Independence Day- the most patriotic of all our holidays? Well, it was illegal this year. Both Ventura County and Oxnard (and many other jurisdictions) completely closed the beaches for the […]

Higgins: Enough of the lying – just look at the data. There’s no epidemic of racist police officers killing black Americans.

Higgins: Enough of the lying – just look at the data. There’s no epidemic of racist police officers killing black Americans.

      By Jeffrey James Higgins Stop the Lying Anti-police rhetoric is spreading across the country faster than the coronavirus, because disinformation about racist police shootings fuels its transmission. Last month, the horrific murder of George Floyd ignited protests across the country, and despite the involved officers being charged and most Americans agreeing racism […]

Oxnard Attempt to Declare Racism a “Public Health Crisis”

Oxnard Attempt to Declare Racism a “Public Health Crisis”

    By George Miller In its latest “virtue signaling” move, the Oxnard Council will consider a resolution to declare racism a “public health crisis” at the Tuesday June 30 Council meeting. Applicable material is in item H-1 starting on page 8 in the agenda packet. This wasn’t done before, but now it is apparently […]

POLITICS | The Race for L.A. District Attorney – George Gascón Exposed as an Opportunist

POLITICS | The Race for L.A. District Attorney – George Gascón Exposed as an Opportunist

By Eric W. Siddal  . In a blistering commentary, former Los Angeles Police Chief Bernard Parks outlined George Gascón’s actions as an LAPD Command Officer and told the public, ” DA Candidate George Gascon is Not Who He Says He is.” . In support of his conclusion, Parks specifically cited one particular case that “horrified” him while he was serving […]

Supporting Black-Owned Small Businesses and Entrepreneurship

Supporting Black-Owned Small Businesses and Entrepreneurship

    By: Michael Vallante With the COVID-19 pandemic and the unrest that has been taking place in some cities, the impact has been felt in every sector of our economy. There has never been a more challenging time for America’s small business. That’s especially true for minority-owned businesses who face unique challenges even in […]

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