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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

Stop Fracking in California

Stop Fracking in California

      By Naomi Fisher Awhile back it was announced on TV News that a bill is being introduced to stop fracking in California. The announcer said: “It is a fact that fracking causes earthquakes. It is a fact that fracking uses enough water to supply a city for a year.” (The size of […]

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 […]