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Victims Of ‘Debilitating’ Havana Syndrome To Get More Support After Biden Signs Bipartisan Bill

Victims Of ‘Debilitating’ Havana Syndrome To Get More Support After Biden Signs Bipartisan Bill

by Sebastian Hughes President Joe Biden signed a bill on Friday intended to provide support to diplomats and government officials who developed brain injuries overseas as a result of the mysterious condition known as “Havana Syndrome.” “Civil servants, intelligence officers, diplomats, and military personnel all around the world have been affected by anomalous health incidents,” […]

Local Conservative Group Sponsors COVID-19 Vaxx Exemption Workshop 

Local Conservative Group Sponsors COVID-19 Vaxx Exemption Workshop 

by Chris Bailey 10 October 2021, Ventura County California A workshop is being offered to answer questions about how to exempt your children from the Governor Newsom COVID-19 Vax mandate. The event will help each person ensure they have the proper documents, offer assistance filling out the forms, and certify the documents with a notary […]

Florida Mom Calls For ‘Mass Exodus’ From Public Schools To Fight Indoctrination In The Classroom

Florida Mom Calls For ‘Mass Exodus’ From Public Schools To Fight Indoctrination In The Classroom

by Kendall Tietz A Florida mom called for a “mass exodus” from the public school system as the “only thing” left to do to fight indoctrination in public schools during a Family Research Council event Thursday. The event, titled “Fighting Indoctrination on a National Scale,” from the annual Pray Vote Stand Summit in Leesburg, Virginia, […]

Kaiser Suspends Without Pay 5,000 Of Its 200,000 Workers Who Missed October 1 Deadline To Get COVID-19 Vaccine

Kaiser Suspends Without Pay 5,000 Of Its 200,000 Workers Who Missed October 1 Deadline To Get COVID-19 Vaccine

By Shannon Thaler,  Dailymail.com Healthcare company Kaiser Permanente put 5,000 of their 200,000 US staff on unpaid leave as of October 1 because they failed to get their Covid-19 vaccine. The Oakland, California-based healthcare provider announced the vaccine mandate on August 2, 2021 and gave its employees until September 30 to get vaccinated.  ‘When we […]

October 12, 2021 VCCCD Board Of Trustees Meeting

October 12, 2021 VCCCD Board Of Trustees Meeting

Agenda:                   BoardDocs: http://go.boarddocs.com/ca/vcccd/Board.nsf/goto?open&id=C5TTHE7770C3 Meeting date:          Tuesday, October 12, 2021 Meeting time:          Closed Session:  5:00 p.m.                                  Open Session: 6:00 p.m.     Location:                 Ventura County Community College District                                  District Administrative Center Join Meeting Here The Board has returned to in-person meetings but will continue to be available via zoom. Due to COVID restrictions, space is limited to the public and those […]

Moorpark, CA | “Boo At The Zoo” Offers No Tricks, Just Treats

Moorpark, CA | “Boo At The Zoo” Offers No Tricks, Just Treats

Moorpark, Calif. (October 8, 2021) –America’s Teaching Zoo at Moorpark College turns wildly spooktacular on Oct. 30 and 31 for “Boo at the Zoo,” the annual Halloween-themed event that features animal shows, costume parades, prizes and treats for kids. For the family-fun event, the Zoo will be draped in decorations, and people of all ages […]

“This Is Not A Negotiation!”: School Board Served $200 Million Lawsuit Over Mask Mandate By Fed-Up Parents (Video)

“This Is Not A Negotiation!”: School Board Served $200 Million Lawsuit Over Mask Mandate By Fed-Up Parents (Video)

Tim Brown At a Clark County School District board meeting recently, a father spoke to the representatives on behalf of fourteen parents with 18 children between them as they served a $200 million lawsuit against them for their unlawful mask mandates. “This is segregation based off of your own fears and your own personal interests,” […]

Can Your Family Physician Provide Informed Consent On COVID-19 Shots If They Have Already vaxxed? 

Can Your Family Physician Provide Informed Consent On COVID-19 Shots If They Have Already vaxxed? 

by Chris Bailey 08 October 2021, Ventura County California Is your doctor competent? Do you trust that your primary physician will provide sound advice concerning medicines you should take? Does your physician take the time to review your medications to ensure they are compatible with each other, and there are no precautions concerning your pharmaceutical […]

‘Devastating’: Biden Ignores Lawmakers’ Pleas, Orders Massive Expansion Of Utah Monuments

‘Devastating’: Biden Ignores Lawmakers’ Pleas, Orders Massive Expansion Of Utah Monuments

Thomas Catenacci President Joe Biden will order the Department of the Interior Friday to vastly expand two Utah monuments which the Trump administration reduced in size. “This living landscape must be protected so that all Americans have the profound opportunity to learn and cherish our history,” said Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland in a […]

Food Prices Increasing As Companies Face Supply And Labor Shortages

Food Prices Increasing As Companies Face Supply And Labor Shortages

Harry Wilmerding Food prices have surged as companies battle increasing costs, labor shortages and supply chain problems, The Wall Street Journal reported. Food companies are struggling to find trucks and staff processing lines as costs for necessary products surge, The Wall Street Journal reported. U.S. food companies have experienced growing supply chain problems as consumers spend more on […]