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20 Doctors On 24/7 for Alien Kids at Ventura Naval Base

20 Doctors On 24/7 for Alien Kids at Ventura Naval Base

Naval Base Ventura County, online Port Hueneme in California is one of three military bases reportedly housing unaccompanied illegal alien children in response to the influx that have crossed the U.S. southern border in recent months. The Ventura base now has over 20 physicians providing round the clock health coverage for children between the approximate […]

Protest slated for Murietta, California–Monday, July 7 at 10.45 AM

Protest slated for Murietta, California–Monday, July 7 at 10.45 AM

By Susan Kline Communities around the country are pushing back against the unlawful processing of illegal immigrants at local Border Patrol facilities.  Of those who are processed, released and given a court date over 90% never show up.  Many coming in are adults, gang members, criminals, or non-Latinos (African, Middle Eastern, Asian, some of whom […]

EPA Moves to Access Your Wallet–Wage Garnishment without a Court Order

EPA Moves to Access Your Wallet–Wage Garnishment without a Court Order

Editor’s Note:  This is from Citizens Alliance for Property Rights CAPR, a grassroots group based in the state of Washington.  This latest move by the Environmental Protection Agency is alarming.  It would allow a government agency to directly garnish your wages without a court order. It leaves you, the citizen, without redress against a non-accountable […]

HHS releases 1296 pages new payment regs for Medicare and Medicaid before July 4th

HHS releases 1296 pages new payment regs for Medicare and Medicaid before July 4th

The Department of Health and Human Services did a news dump, releasing nearly 1300 of new health care regulations just before the long July 4th weekend.  When Americans were distracted, thinking of fireworks and apple pie, the administration released extensive documentation that will affect payments issued to doctors and hospitals for Medicare and Medicaid patients.  […]

Call for Americans to Stop Obama’s Refugee Crisis to move inland to Murietta California–July 4th protest

Call for Americans to Stop Obama’s Refugee Crisis to move inland to Murietta California–July 4th protest

Here’s the latest from my local Border Patrol sources:

California Unions Scramble as Local Voters Poised to Rein-in Public Pensions

California Unions Scramble as Local Voters Poised to Rein-in Public Pensions

Supreme Court Strikes Down Obamacare Abortion Pill Rule as Violation of Religious Liberty

Supreme Court Strikes Down Obamacare Abortion Pill Rule as Violation of Religious Liberty

The Financial Impact of Pension Obligations on Ventura County

The Financial Impact of Pension Obligations on Ventura County

By Ed Ring Reposted with permission of: http://unionwatch.org/ The rare problem of high pensions going to top public executives was solved last year by state legislation. Pensions will now be based on the salary cap for Social Security taxes: $117,000…  The highly exaggerated “unfunded liability” problem is resolving as the stock market and tax revenues […]

Albertsons ordered to pay 3.3 million in penalities for hazardous waste

Albertsons ordered to pay 3.3 million in penalities for hazardous waste

Albertsons LLC (Albertsons) was ordered to pay $3.3 million to settle a lawsuit charging illegal disposal, transportation, storage, and mismanagement  of hazardous waste. Albertsons has 195 retail stores and two distribution centers currently operating in California. There are eight open Albertsons stores in Ventura County, and two that closed during the pendency of the action. […]

U.S. Economy shrinks by 2.9 percent in 1st quarter

U.S. Economy shrinks by 2.9 percent in 1st quarter

The U.S. economy contracted at a much steeper pace than previously estimated in the first quarter, but there are indications that growth has since rebounded strongly. The Commerce Department said on Wednesday gross domestic product fell at a 2.9 percent annual rate, the economy’s worst performance in five years, instead of the 1.0 percent pace […]