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Family challenges government’s arbitrary, unlawful permit conditions

Family challenges government’s arbitrary, unlawful permit conditions

In 2018, the Wall family wanted to build a swimming pool next to their home on their property in Hollister Ranch, California. Like all land owners within the 14,500-acre, century-old working cattle ranch, the Walls needed a permit. Santa Barbara County approved the project; however, the California Coastal Commission denied the permit. The Commission said […]

NASA Science, Cargo Heads to Space Station on Northrop Grumman Mission

NASA Science, Cargo Heads to Space Station on Northrop Grumman Mission

On the 19th anniversary of the arrival of the first crew to live aboard the International Space Station, a Northrop Grumman Cygnus resupply spacecraft is on its way to the orbiting outpost with almost 8,200 pounds of science investigations and cargo after launching at 9:59 a.m. EDT Saturday from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. The […]

Restoring the Korean Economic Miracle

Restoring the Korean Economic Miracle

    by Ellen Brown This 10-page paper was written for the Economics of Happiness Conference co-sponsored by Local Futures, held in Jeonju, Korea, on October 16-17, where I was the keynote speaker — a wonderful city and great experience!    Satisfaction in the workplace is a major component of the “happiness” index; but it is a […]

Do You Know The Truth About Ventura’s Conference Spending?

Do You Know The Truth About Ventura’s Conference Spending?

  “  Three groups spend other people’s money:  children, thieves and politicians.  All three need supervision. ” —Dick Armey The cost and benefit of every spending decision by Ventura’s City Council is magnified as the city faces budgetary losses for the next five years. The city is projecting to have a $10-$25 million shortfall during that time, […]

Part 4: #MeTooCNN Video Exposes Alleged Sexual Misconduct by CNN Exec and Possible Cover-Up by Senior CNN Management

Part 4: #MeTooCNN Video Exposes Alleged Sexual Misconduct by CNN Exec and Possible Cover-Up by Senior CNN Management

Rick Saleeby, Senior Producer of The Lead with Jake Tapper, States Steve Brusk, CNN Politics Supervising Producer, Made ‘Advances’ on Female Employees During ‘Social Gatherings’ and Would “Put His Arm Around Them, Try and Touch Their Leg.” Saleeby Believes That Steve Brusk is “Protected by Certain People…Like Other Higher Ups” Within CNN. Rick Saleeby Recalls Incident […]

CVUSD Superintendent Backpedals on Promise to Public Regarding K-6 Gender Doctrine

CVUSD Superintendent Backpedals on Promise to Public Regarding K-6 Gender Doctrine

by Nic Rivera  THOUSAND OAKS – In a stunning admission last Tuesday night, Conejo Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) Superintendent Mark McLaughlin publicly announced during the school board meeting that CVUSD will be implementing controversial gender identity curriculum in grades K-6. This represents a full reversal from his previous statements and from what had been […]

A Trooper Dreamt Of Changing Hearts And Minds About Law Enforcement. He Got His Wish

A Trooper Dreamt Of Changing Hearts And Minds About Law Enforcement. He Got His Wish

By HANNAH GROSSMAN CONTRIBUTOR . It was a mid-September evening in Cedar Park, a small town located in Austin, Texas. A cop-watcher named Phillip Turner stood with a camera rolling in hand while he observed something he found peculiar. The cop was laughing and chatting with the family he pulled over for quite some time. […]

Former Moorpark Resident–Author Tom Baldwin: A Walk Through Autumn

Former Moorpark Resident–Author Tom Baldwin: A Walk Through Autumn

For those of us who live in Ventura County this seasonal change brings the dreaded Santa Ana winds with its threat of wildfires and terrible carnage in their wake.  Yet in other parts of our beautiful country autumn wears a gentle glory to give us a reminder there is much to cherish as nature prepares […]

Local Family Fights Multiple Sclerosis

Local Family Fights Multiple Sclerosis

    By Armando Vazquez My daughter Xochitl Isabel Hernandez, the oldest of my three children, will be celebrating her birthday this week. The birthday celebration comes at a time when my dearest daughter has recently been diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Xochitl is the second of my three children that has been afflicted and […]

Charlie Kirk: “The fastest growing religion in America is atheism”

Charlie Kirk:  “The fastest growing religion in America is atheism”

    By Michael Hernandez  NEWBURY PARK—“The fastest growing religion in America is not Christianity, not Islam, but it is atheism,” said Charlie Kirk speaking at Godspeak Calvary Chapel on Sunday.  “Atheists proselytize and evangelize” at our college campuses while Christians do not, Kirk said.  “I find many more self-described atheists than self-described Christians in […]