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You Say ISIL, I Say ISIS

You Say ISIL, I Say ISIS

      Have you ever wondered why the mainstream media use “ISIS” while the president uses “ISIL”? Last week, during an interview, a reporter said ISIS immediately after the president had said ISIL. Sometimes you hear reporters saying “ISIS or ISIL”. When the president first started using ISIL, I expected the press to follow […]

Examiner editorial: Rob McCoy for Assembly District 44

Examiner editorial: Rob McCoy for Assembly District 44

    By Los Angeles Examiner source: http://www.losangelesregister.com/articles/mccoy-604995-irwin-assembly.html   Ballotpedia lists races in only eight of California’s 80 Assembly districts to be either competitive or mildly competitive. One of those races is in the 44th, which includes the Ventura County cities of Camarillo, Moorpark, Newbury Park, Oxnard, Thousand Oaks and Westlake Village. In March, Democrat Jacqui […]

Underwhelmed by Paul Ryan

By Brian Kearsey   I have been underwhelmed with Rep Paul Ryan’s voting record and budget proposals for some time, but this issue of Imprimis, from the esteemed institution Hillsdale College, crystallized my stark differences with his concept of the oath of office that he swore on the Bible to uphold and his duties in […]

$209,000 Add-on to Water Hikes in Ventura? For plants or patrols?

$209,000 Add-on to Water Hikes in Ventura? For plants or patrols?

By Camille Harris Should Ventura city staff be allowed to spend another $209,000 for additional water/code enforcement personnel and two new vehicles, when citizens already reduced their usage of water by 307,383,652 gallons this past year? The effort to save resources calls for everyone to unite as volunteers, not hire a few more public employees […]

Breaking—CDC whistleblower: “I’ve stopped lying.”

Breaking—CDC whistleblower: “I’ve stopped lying.”

        By Jon Rappoport Explosive…explosive…explosive… What more could anyone want in the way of evidence for an ongoing crime? There is a video posted at the autism media channel/YouTube, and at Age of Autism: “William Thompson’s call to Congress.” It is a recording of a telephone call between CDC whistleblower Thompson and […]

Two Viruses And Two Reactions

Two Viruses And Two Reactions

President Obama’s decision to send 3, tadalafil 000 American soldiers to contain and eradicate the Ebola virus before it breaks out is the right decision, and Conservatives should support it without reservation. Given President Obama’s penchant for moving very slowly when committing U.S. troops, he has shown wisdom and courage in reacting to the prospects […]

Argument against Prop. 1— Vote No on the Water Bond

Argument against Prop. 1— Vote No on the Water Bond

California vs. the Constitution–on Freedom, Faith, Guns and Property

California vs. the Constitution–on Freedom, Faith, Guns and Property

    by Assemblyman Tim Donnelly *Republished with permission of author 227 years ago today, September 17th, 1787,  the U.S. Constitution was signed. On that day, the delegates met for the final time and signed the revolutionary document they had spent months crafting. As a result of their extraordinary statesmanship, this radical document gave birth […]

On Constitution Day 2014

  “We the People” Established Our Contract With the Federal Govt. 227 Years Ago Today “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 they be […]

Bad Government policy causes lack of water in California

Bad Government policy causes lack of water in California