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Oxnard Councilman Perello opposes pay increases without proof of fiscal responsibility

Oxnard Councilman Perello opposes pay increases without proof of fiscal responsibility

Guest   By Bert Perello   As you may know, last Tuesday, City Manager Greg Nyhoff recommended that the Oxnard City Council approve multi-year labor-contracts totaling multi-millions of dollars, with four of seven employee organizations which included pay increases but would require those employees to begin contributing to their pension costs.  I support the men […]

On Constitution Day 2016

On Constitution Day 2016

  “We the People” Established Our Contract With the Federal Govt. 229 now Years Ago on Sept. 17 “It will be of little avail to the people that laws are made by men of their own choice if the laws be so voluminous that they cannot be read, so incoherent that they cannot be understood: if […]

Guest Commentary: Down Ballot Measures Could Cost You Big Bucks

Guest Commentary: Down Ballot Measures Could Cost You Big Bucks

By Jon Coupal   Election month is rapidly approaching. That’s right, “election month” because, since 2002, California voters have been freed from casting ballots in person on the official Election Day, which this year is November 8. Voting by mail begins October 10. Polls show that many voters are disenchanted with the coming election because […]

Guest Commentary: Moody’s: “Sears’ and Kmart’s shutdown is imminent”–Internet is Winning

Guest Commentary: Moody’s: “Sears’ and Kmart’s shutdown is imminent”–Internet is Winning

By Stephen Frank   Years ago I used to shop at W.T. Grant, Woolworths, White Front stores and others that are now found in vintage photo histories of California.  I loved going into the Broadway, May Co and other retail shops looking at the goods.  Times has changed.  Now Moody’s is saying the Kmart and […]

Commentary: Policy in the Golden State — Abolishing the Death Penalty

Commentary: Policy in the Golden State — Abolishing the Death Penalty

    Head to Head Conversations on Politics, Policy in the Golden State   By John J. Donohue III The Death Penalty Does Not Add Up to Smart Justice   Simply put, the death penalty is the worst possible allocation of money if your goal is crime prevention. High costs are a defining characteristic of […]

Guest Editorial: Californians Worry About Poverty-Income-Inequality—Poll Finds

Guest Commentary: Hillary dropping out of the race no longer a fantasy

Guest Commentary: Hillary dropping out of the race no longer a fantasy

    By Jon Rappoport Hillary buckled and fainted at the 9/11 memorial yesterday. The video, available at InfoWars, tells the story. I’ve written about her health problems before, including the blood-thinning Coumadin she’s taking. And the blood clots. And the advisory against flying, because new life-threatening blood clots can occur. I wrote—and I still […]

Guest Editorial: The Windfall Made On A Lifesaving Drug

Guest Editorial: The Windfall Made On A Lifesaving Drug

By Naomi Fisher So many people have allergies or bad allergy attacks and have to depend on the EpiPen for relief or to save their lives. For those of you who watch TV that’s what the Paramedics often inject when they are called to help a victim. But Mylan the manufacturer now has a monopoly on […]

Oxnard Community Leader welcomes Chief Scott Whitney

Oxnard Community Leader welcomes Chief Scott Whitney

. . By Armando Vazquez Effective September 16, 2016, that Scott Whitney will be the new Police Chief of Oxnard. This is great news for the community of Oxnard. For close to two decades we at the Café on A have worked with Officer Whitney, and we have come to know from our long professional association that […]

Labor Day Guest Editorial by union official

Labor Day Guest Editorial by union official