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Sending Your Son to College? Should You Kiss Him Good-bye?

Sending Your Son to College? Should You Kiss Him Good-bye?

Contributor & Author: Jane M. Orient, M.D Many young Americans and their parents believe that a college degree is the key to open doors to a successful future. So, when they get a letter from the Administration saying you must get this injection or you are barred from our campus, they rush to comply.   After all, […]

IMPORTANT CVUSD School Board Meeting – Tuesday, June 15 – Get There By 4.45 PM

IMPORTANT CVUSD School Board Meeting – Tuesday, June 15  – Get There By 4.45 PM

Please get there by 4.45 – 5.00 PM to get a seat. When you enter the building, fill out BLUE CARD and submitted to the board BEFORE the public speaking section. For More information go to this website:   https://www.breathefreeair.org/protect-kids-flyer-for-cvusc-board-teen-talk/   Parent Organizations will hand out talking points to those who wish to have them. Watch […]

Biden’s Taxpayer-Funded Childcare Plan Won’t Work, Harvard Economist And Obama Ally Concludes

Biden’s Taxpayer-Funded Childcare Plan Won’t Work, Harvard Economist And Obama Ally Concludes

Kerry McDonald The Biden administration is proposing to spend $225 billion on subsidized daycare over the next decade as part of its nearly $2 trillion American Families Plan. This is on top of the proposed $200 billion the administration hopes to spend to create a universal government preschool program for 3- and 4-year-olds. The president’s plan […]

SAFETY & PRIVACY ALERT: EFFECTIVE 6/8/2021

SAFETY & PRIVACY ALERT: EFFECTIVE 6/8/2021

Amazon is updating it’s RING and ECHO devices with a new software that will share your details with neighboring WiFi systems in a program called SIDEWALK. This is part of a long term plan to know your location without you enabling location services. It links all homes together and allows pin point location of technology […]

Qualified Immunity And The History That Drove The Doctrine

Qualified Immunity And The History That Drove The Doctrine

Feature Article Added by Chris Bailey 06 June 2021  The doctrine of Qualified Immunity is a heavily debated topic in 2021, and the history of its creation runs deep. The most recent case which addresses qualified immunity was decided by SCOTUS Taylor v. Riojas (2020), involving an inmate held in a Texas Correctional Facility under […]

Watch This: Watchdog On Wall Street’ Host Says Extended Unemployment Benefits To Blame For Grim May Jobs Report

Watch This: Watchdog On Wall Street’ Host Says Extended Unemployment Benefits To Blame For Grim May Jobs Report

SAMANTHA RENCK REPORTER ‘Watchdog on Wall Street’ host Chris Markowski joined the Daily Caller News Foundation’s Samantha Renck to discuss the less-than-expected May jobs report, the impact of continued government handouts, and more. WATCH: Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE  

New Report Says Biden Energy Policy Is Misleading And Unattainable

New Report Says Biden Energy Policy Is Misleading And Unattainable

Ted O’Neil | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – Recent experiences in three states provide an insight into how problematic President Joe Biden’s push for renewable energy could be for electric customers nationwide, according to a new report from Power the Future. The report, titled “Lights Out: How Green Mandates are Undermining the Affordability and Reliability of […]

CVUSD Is Quietly Hiding Controversial Sex Ed Vote On Tomorrow’s Agenda

CVUSD Is Quietly Hiding Controversial Sex Ed Vote On Tomorrow’s Agenda

Press Release We like to give members of the school board the benefit of the doubt, but it is difficult to see any purpose other than deception for tomorrow’s placement of the approval vote for the super-controversial “Teen Talk” sex education curriculum. The vote does not even have its own agenda item where it can […]

Open Letter Demanding Binding Resolution on Vaccine Passports from the Ventura County Board of Supervisors

Open Letter Demanding Binding Resolution on Vaccine Passports from the Ventura County Board of Supervisors

Editorial By Charissa Proctor We, the people, respectfully and intentionally remind you that you are elected representatives, put into office at our good pleasure to represent our best interests and to defend or constitutional freedoms and civil liberties. The below items must be acknowledged and acted upon by our Board of Supervisors immediately. Our civil […]

The Women’s Fund of Santa Barbara Awards Casa Pacifica Grant For Additional SAFTY Mobile Crisis Counselor

The Women’s Fund of Santa Barbara Awards Casa Pacifica Grant For Additional SAFTY Mobile Crisis Counselor

Camarillo, CA – The Women’s Fund of Santa Barbara awarded Casa Pacifica Centers for Children and Families a grant for $80,000 to fund an additional mobile crisis counselor for their Safe Alternatives for Treating Youth (SAFTY) Program to respond to children and youth experiencing mental health emergencies in Santa Barbara County. An additional nine nonprofits […]

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