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Explorer Program wins numerous awards in regional competition

Explorer Program wins numerous awards in regional competition

The Ventura Sheriff’s Office Explorer Program recently competed in the Chandler Arizona Police Department’s Tactical Explorer Competition. Seventy-two Explorers from Thousand Oaks, Camarillo, Moorpark, Fillmore, Ojai, and Headquarters competed throughout the weekend in events that challenged them both physically and mentally. There was a total of 62 other Explorer posts with more than 600 participants […]

Charlie Kirk: “Abortion is a stain on our Republic— 55 million abortions since Roe v. Wade”

Charlie Kirk:  “Abortion is a stain on our Republic— 55 million abortions since Roe v. Wade”

    By Michael Hernandez NEWBURY PARK—“Abortion is a stain on our Republic,” said Charlie Kirk, founder of Turning Point USA in 2012 (when he was 18 years-old) speaking on Sanctity of Life Sunday at Godspeak Calvary Chapel.   “We have had 55 million abortions in America since Roe v. Wade.  That is an abortion every […]

Morality is Crumbling: What’s the Church to do?

Morality is Crumbling:  What’s the Church to do?

    By Michael Hernandez GOLETA—“We’re living in a post-truth society,” said Andy Caldwell, 24th District Congressional candidate (Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo County) at the Saturday, Jan. 18th “Morality is Crumbling:  What’s the Church to do?” event sponsored by Southcoast Church, 5814 Cathedral Oaks Road. “Today we have a rebellion against authority, values, […]

Ventura County Pro-Lifers march in sixth annual OneLife LA

Ventura County Pro-Lifers march in sixth annual OneLife LA

    By Michael Hernandez  LOS ANGELES—An Oxnard Knights of Columbus (Council 750) charter bus carrying 50 Ventura County pro-lifers attended a rally in downtown Los Angeles starting in La Placita/Olvera Street and ending at LA State Historic Park as part of the sixth annual OneLife event sponsored by Roman Catholic Archbishop Jose Gomez, who […]

Tucker: EPA Has Stopped Monitoring This Dangerous Pesticide To ‘Protect Big Agriculture,’ And Your Kids Could Be At Risk

Tucker: EPA Has Stopped Monitoring This Dangerous Pesticide To ‘Protect Big Agriculture,’ And Your Kids Could Be At Risk

Scott Morefield | Reporter Fox News host Tucker Carlson devoted the last segment of Friday night’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight” to blast the Environmental Protection Agency for protecting “Big Agriculture” by ceasing to monitor a dangerous pesticide. “Despite its name, the Environmental Protection Agency doesn’t just exist to protect the environment,” said Carlson. “It also exists to […]

Interview with Brian Figg and Michelle Padilla about Autism Spectrum Disorder

Interview with Brian Figg and Michelle Padilla about Autism Spectrum Disorder

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POLITICS | Q and A with Jeffrey Burum- Veteran, Chief Financial Officer and Candidate for Ventura County Supervisor-District 5

POLITICS | Q and A with Jeffrey Burum- Veteran, Chief Financial Officer and Candidate for Ventura County Supervisor-District 5

Q and A with Jeffrey Burum- Veteran, Chief Financial Officer and Candidate for Ventura County Supervisor-District 5 Personal & Campaign History: Candidate Name: Jeffrey D. Burum, Chief Financial Officer, Candidate for Ventura County Supervisor- District 5 Political Affiliation: No Party Preference Candidate for a Non-Partisan Office- For All Ventura County and Oxnard Residents Campaign Website: […]

What Game is the Superintendent Playing?

What Game is the Superintendent Playing?

By Nic Rivera After watching Tuesday’s board meeting of the Conejo Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) and talking to members of the community, I was left thoroughly confused because the whole situation just did not make sense. I have even spoken to attorneys who agree that Superintendent Mark McLaughlin does not have any sort of […]

Bureaucrats can’t rewrite the law just because they don’t like it

Bureaucrats can’t rewrite the law just because they don’t like it

Jack LaPant thought that he had properly navigated all the necessary regulations under the federal Clean Water Act when he plowed his northern California farmland in 2011 to grow wheat. Multiple agencies said he did not need a permit; but in 2016, government bureaucrats sued Jack for not obtaining a permit, even though the Clean […]

Retired Military Dogs in Need of Forever Homes–and Air Force Seeks Loving Owners to Adopt Them

Retired Military Dogs in Need of Forever Homes–and Air Force Seeks Loving Owners to Adopt Them

BY ROBERT JAY WATSON While the general public is slowly becoming more aware of the issue of supporting veterans returning from combat zones, there’s one demographic that’s hardly on the radar at all: military working dogs (MWDs). These canines, once dedicated to defending their fellow soldiers, served on the front lines in conflict zones and are in need […]

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