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Divided T.O. Council Approves New Apt Building; Tallest in City

Divided T.O. Council Approves New Apt Building; Tallest in City

By Kevin Harris In a split vote, the Thousand Oaks City Council approved another large apartment complex, this one as part of the city’s downtown revitalization plan, during Tuesday night’s meeting. Controversial in its height, the Rick Caruso project will stand six stories tall, and will be the tallest residential structure in the city (only […]

Man Who Admitted To Raping 4 Children Gets No Jail As Elderly Man Facing Life For Selling A Plant

Man Who Admitted To Raping 4 Children Gets No Jail As Elderly Man Facing Life For Selling A Plant

By Matt Agorist   Joe Biden last week held a presser in the Rose Garden during which he issued pardons — to turkeys. Yes, turkeys. Immediately after pardoning the turkeys, a reporter from the NY Post asked Biden if he would pardon the hundreds of thousands of folks in prison, currently rotting away for “crimes” related to […]

Abortion And Gun Control Back To The States

Abortion And Gun Control Back To The States

By Richard A.Nixon I write in regards to an article by Professor Erwin Chemerinsky which appeared in the Daily Journal on September 14, 2021 entitled, “The dangerous implications of Texas’s new abortion law.” Prof Chemerinsky begins by stating what has been missing from the discussion of the Texas law prohibiting abortions is why it was […]

Ventura County Redistricting Public Hearing TOMORROW

Ventura County Redistricting Public Hearing TOMORROW

On November 9th at 3 PM and 6 PM, the Ventura County Board of Supervisors will conduct a mandated public hearing regarding the supervisorial districting process which involves redrawing the jurisdictional lines of the supervisor districts, now that the census is completed. This process happens every 10 years and this is your chance to be […]

Lawmakers: Jan. 6 Detainees Undergoing ‘Reeducation’ In Appalling Conditions

Lawmakers: Jan. 6 Detainees Undergoing ‘Reeducation’ In Appalling Conditions

By Art Moore WND    Jan. 6 defendants at the D.C. jail sing the national anthem (Photo by Rep. Majorie Taylor Greene via Twitter) Two Republican members of Congress on Thursday night visited defendants jailed in the nation’s capital on charges in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, confirming a federal judge’s determination that the […]

Electrification Of Society Requires A New And Smarter Grid

Electrification Of Society Requires A New And Smarter Grid

by Sheryl Hamlin Across the country, states are drafting Transportation Electrification Plans. These could include goals or mandates for electric vehicle adaption, charging infrastructure and localized battery storage. Read about the Arizona and California Electrification Plans here. What receives little to no discussion are the changes and enhancements necessary to the electric grid and all […]

City Approves New Water Rates Study as Residents Debate Environmental Regs @ Tuesday T.O. City Council Meeting

City Approves New Water Rates Study as Residents Debate Environmental Regs @ Tuesday T.O. City Council Meeting

By Kevin Harris The Thousand Oaks City Council approved our water and wastewater financial plans and water cost studies for calendar years 2022 and 2023, setting the stage for a December 14th, 2021 public hearing for final rate adoption. Also during Tuesday night’s meeting, local residents debated environmental issues such as the Huntington Beach oil […]

Ventura, CA | Draft Supervisorial District Maps Available For Review

Ventura, CA | Draft Supervisorial District Maps Available For Review

Ventura, CA – County of Ventura Draft Supervisorial Maps are now available for community review on the Redistricting website at www.ventura.org/redistricting/draft-maps/. Based upon the principles listed below, the County’s consultants Redistricting Partners have objectively prepared a series of draft alternative supervisorial maps. These draft maps were derived from an amalgamation of obligatory state and federal […]

L.A City Firefighters: From Heroes to Zeroes

L.A City Firefighters: From Heroes to Zeroes

By Drew Allen ,American Thinker People Notice When the Elites Lie Shortly after the ‘War Against COVID’ began, the government designated two new categories of American citizens — the largely arbitrary classification of ‘essential’ and ‘nonessential’ workers. Firefighters and paramedics were deemed essential, for good reasons. But now, like their colleagues on the frontline in the medical […]

Camarillo Hosts Public Meetings And Invites Community Input On Redrawing District Lines

Camarillo Hosts Public Meetings And Invites Community Input On Redrawing District Lines

by Chris Bailey 11 October 2021 Camarillo, Ventura County The Camarillo City Council will host the first of four public hearings on the redistricting process on October 13, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. Redistricting is underway throughout California and involves the redrawing of district lines to balance the population in each of the 5 voting districts. […]

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