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In Recognition of the US Marine Corps 244th Birthday on November 10, 2019

In Recognition of the US Marine Corps 244th Birthday on November 10, 2019

    By Capt Joseph R. John The US Marine Corps was formed on November 10, 1775 by the Second Continental Congress, with the first Marines enlisting under Commandant Samuel Nicholas, but it wasn’t until 1921 that the Marine Corps began celebrating that historic day officially as its birthday by reading Marine Corps Orders No. […]

The Bloodless Coup – A Very Real Danger

The Bloodless Coup – A Very Real Danger

. . by Naomi Fisher I wonder if anyone else is seeing this for what it really is? What we are witnessing is an attempt at a coup here in our beloved United States! If the Democrats succeed in impeaching Trump and winning the 2016 election they will have succeeded in taking control of our […]

35 Reasons Why You Should Move Away From California

35 Reasons Why You Should Move Away From California

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views The only thing obviously wrong about this article is that they could only come up with 33 reasons to leave the Socialist State of California.  I believe it is former Assemblyman Chuck DeVore, now a Texas resident who said, California has four seasons.  1) fire  2) […]

How Big-Government Regulation Contributed to California’s Wildfires

How Big-Government Regulation Contributed to California’s Wildfires

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Stop blaming PG&E for the forest fires and the shut off of electricity to millions of Californians.  Start looking at the rules and regulations, the PUC policies setting rates and the type of energy source that can be purchased or used.  Government, as usual, is the […]

On Borderline … and Less-Known Tragedies

On Borderline …  and Less-Known Tragedies

    By George Miller The heartbreak of the Borderline shooting in Thousand Oaks occurred one year ago Thursday at a Country Western dance bar of the same name. It’s been so well-publicized that we shouldn’t have to remind you that a deranged shooter killed 12 people, including the death of a very brave hero VC Sheriff’s Dept. Deputy Sergeant […]

Where did all the empathy go?

Where did all the empathy go?

    By Mel Mann      The last decade has been an era of ever increasing political correctness and empathy.  Buildings get torn down because they do not have elevators giving handicapped access to high floors.  Schools now must provide restrooms for a variety of gender and sexual identifications.  Passengers can bring their miniature […]

A Case for the Death Penalty

A Case for the Death Penalty

    By Sigrid Weidenweber An old lawyer friend once told me during a conversation—we were discussing the merits of the death penalty—that he had hardened his stance on the matter. Over his life time, he had seen too many defendants in death-penalty cases that were changed to life imprisonment, walk free eventually. So, here […]

Letter Sent to Chief Scott Whitney and Oxnard City Council – School Crossing Guards

Letter Sent to Chief Scott Whitney and Oxnard City Council – School Crossing Guards

  . Guest Editorial by David Cruz, LULAC Council October 31, 2019 Scott Whitney, Police Chief City of Oxnard, CA 251 S C St., Oxnard, CA 93030 VIA email to [email protected] RE: School Crossing Guards Dear Chief Whitney, On Monday, October 28, 2019, the Ventura County Executive Board of the League of United Latin American […]

Arizona Is Being Californicated

Arizona Is Being Californicated

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views It looks like a communicable disease has struck the State of Arizona.  Almost 10% of the current residents of the State came from the Third World State of California—home of high taxes, bullies in the classroom and radicals socializing society. California hates oil and loves human […]

Is Leaving Customers in the Dark Really the Solution to preventing Wildfires?

Is Leaving Customers in the Dark Really the Solution to preventing Wildfires?

By Debra Tash Residents of Ventura County recently experienced the effects of a Southern California Edison’s Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS).  It was the utility’s attempt to prevent wildfires caused by their equipment/grid failures in a high wind event.  Customers were left in the dark for days resulting in food spoilage, revenue loss with businesses […]