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Decision America Tour 2016 at California state capitol for rally

Decision America Tour 2016 at California state capitol for rally

By Debra Tash Franklin Graham, son of famed Evangelist Billy Graham, kicked off a tour to all fifty state capitols on January 5th 2016 in Des Moises Iowa.  The purpose for the tour, which will end July 1st in Alaska’s capitol of Juneau, is stated on the Decision America Tour website:  “challenging Christians to pray […]

Rescued dog gets makeover waiting for his Forever Home

Rescued dog gets makeover waiting for his Forever Home

From the Ventura County Animal Services Facebook: Amazing ‪#‎beforeandafter‬! Thank you Paw Works, for rescuing this little one! Can’t believe it’s the same dog. What a difference a little grooming can do. Although he has some medical conditions they are not life threatening. Eye issues and a heart murmur won’t stop this guy from finding […]

Anti-Zionism Is The New Anti-Semitism

Anti-Zionism Is The New Anti-Semitism

On March 27, case speaking to the Sunday Times, viagra order former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams expressed his concern at rising levels of anti-Semitism on British university campuses. There are, vialis 40mg he said, “worrying echoes” of Germany in the 1930s. Two days later, in The Times, Chris Bryant, the Shadow Leader of the […]

America’s Fracking Energy Progress

America’s Fracking Energy Progress

A quick list of some of the benefits realized by the United States thanks to modern hydraulic fracturing and advanced horizontal drilling: Surging oil and natural gas production The United States is the world’s leading producer of oil and natural gas, order resulting in lower oil imports and an opportunity for the U.S. to compete […]

General (Ret.) David Petraeus: Tactician and Warrior gives talk at the Reagan Library

General (Ret.) David Petraeus: Tactician and Warrior gives talk at the Reagan Library

By Debra Tash General (Ret.) David Petraeus spoke at the Reagan Library tonight.  He was introduced with a film clip from, fittingly, Patton starring George C. Scott.  As the World War 2 commander surveys a desert battle where U.S. troops under his orders are beating German General Rommel’s Panzer Division, Patton says: “You magnificent bastard, […]

People Are Hard-Wired To Be Kind And Generous: Study

People Are Hard-Wired To Be Kind And Generous: Study

Altruism is the principle behind kind and selfless behavior, see but is it something humans are hard-wired to do? Two neuroscientists from the University of California, and Los Angeles, order decided to investigate whether or not humans are born with an innate desire to give and care for others, or if the opposite is true. […]

California Job Tracker

California Job Tracker

California’s job market has continued to heal with spreading job growth and falling unemployment. As of January, 25 of the state’s 29 metropolitan areas had fully recovered from the job losses of the recession. The only four metropolitan statistical areas (MSA) that have not recovered are Hanford-Corcoran, Redding, Oxnard-Ventura-Thousand Oaks, and Yuba City. If job […]

Place Matters: Health, Housing and Community Development Summit

Place Matters: Health, Housing and Community Development Summit

By Sheryl Hamlin Hosted by the Ventura County Community Foundation (VCCF) and sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco (FRBSF), the City of San Buenaventura, the Ventura County Housing Trust Fund and the Ventura County Public Health Agency, the summit featured professionals in the three disciplines – health, housing and community development – […]

Port Hueneme: The Friends of the Bard Mansion Host Port Officials and Guests

Port Hueneme: The Friends of the Bard Mansion Host Port Officials and Guests

By Sheryl Hamlin Members, guests and dignitaries enjoyed an evening in the historic Bard Mansion inside Port Hueneme during the Friends of the Bard Mansion quarterly meeting. The Tour of the House   Not visible from the street and not accessible without a pre-arranged security clearance, Berylwood is no ordinary historic site. With antecedents in […]

Beer Lovers March Along the Boulevard in Camarillo Old Town

Beer Lovers March Along the Boulevard in Camarillo Old Town

The clouds vanished and the sun shined brightly on the participants of the 1st Annual Camarillo Old Town Beer March. More than 450 beer lovers “marched” along Ventura Boulevard sampling a unique selection of craft beers from local breweries and enjoying entertainment from a variety of local musicians. “We’ve had a lot of success with […]