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The President’s War Plan

The President’s War Plan

   

Stop corporations from wasting precious water

Stop corporations from wasting precious water

      By Naomi Fisher Californians, we have to accept the fact that Southern California is primarily a semi-arid climate. Right now, that climate is in a disastrous drought. As many of you know, the first four basic needs to survive on this earth are: #1 Air, #2 Water, #3 Food, #4 Shelter. Presently, […]

Moorpark: $500,000 granted by Feds to help build Arroyo Vista Park Trail

Moorpark: $500,000 granted by Feds to help build Arroyo Vista Park Trail

    By Debra Tash Local Congresswoman Julia Brownley announced the City of Moorpark will get over $500,000 from the National Park Service Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) for the construction of the Arroyo Vista Recreational Trail in Arroyo Vista Park.  The LWCF awards matching grants to State and local governments to assist them […]

Politically Incorrect Zone- Man ejected from city meeting for refusing flag pledge, prayer

Politically Incorrect Zone- Man ejected from city meeting for refusing flag pledge, prayer

By Kevin Harris Column 1 For the first entry of my column, fittingly written on September 11, I’m going to discuss an event that took place on the other side of the country, in a small town called Winter Garden, Florida (near Orlando). Though 3000 miles from our lovely Ventura County, the topic reaches all […]

Proposition 13 Survives Legislative Session

Proposition 13 Survives Legislative Session

      By Jon Coupal Two years ago, when 2013-14 legislative session began, things looked very dark for California homeowners. Democrats, many hostile to Proposition 13, achieved a super-majority in both the Assembly and Senate. Many publicly expressed their hostility to the landmark property tax initiative and one even said he would like to […]

I can smell the pork- Elections must be imminent

I can smell the pork- Elections must be imminent

By George Miller Yup- absentee ballots will be out in only a month. Campaign flyers filled with fantasies and lies are being mailed. Press releases (paid for by us) are full of sugar plums, faerie dust and boasts about the pork dragged home from DC by lucky incumbents, who keep their jobs 93% of the time. Freshman […]

Deadly Incompetence

Deadly Incompetence

      Summer is over; welcome back to the real world – kids start school again, sales the traffic gets heavier, the weather cools, and the pattern of life returns to a familiar rhythm. The only difference is that this year Americans are returning to a world which grew much more dangerous over these […]

Government’s Outrageous Lifetime Bonus Pay

Government’s Outrageous Lifetime Bonus Pay

      Government’s outrageous lifetime bonus pay makes retired public workers among the highest earners in the state of California. That’s because an average full-career retiree receives a retirement income higher than his final salary. In fact lifetime retirement benefits for government workers exceed $1.2 million dollars. One of the most troubling aspects of […]

Let Them Drive Teslas

Let Them Drive Teslas

      By Jon Coupal Once again, Senate Leader Darrell Steinberg has thumbed his nose at the working class and other Californians of modest means by blocking legislation that would have slightly delayed implementation of carbon emission fees charged to oil companies. The fees are part of the state’s “cap-and-trade” program, California’s one-of-a-kind effort […]

Preparing the ground for more whistleblowers

Preparing the ground for more whistleblowers

      By Jon Rappoport It’s possible we will get more whistleblowers coming out and admitting they covered up vaccine damage. In order to help prepare the ground, some education is required. This article is a backgrounder. The intention is to sweep aside the vaccine propagandists whose main thrust is: the US medical system […]