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California Worker Asks NLRB To Review Teamsters Vote

California Worker Asks NLRB To Review Teamsters Vote

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – Nelson Medina, an employee at a transportation company in Wilmington, California, has asked the National Labor Relations Board in Washington, D.C., to review a regional director’s dismissal of his objection to a mail ballot election conducted at his workplace by Teamsters Local 848 officials. […]

California Pays Liberty Counsel $1.35 million To Settle Harvest Rock lawsuit

California Pays Liberty Counsel $1.35 million To Settle Harvest Rock lawsuit

Bethany Blankly | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – One year after Liberty Counsel sued Gov. Gavin Newsom on behalf of Harvest Rock Church and Harvest International Ministry, the state of California paid a settlement of $1.35 million on July 15. As a result of Liberty Counsel’s lawsuit, a federal district court in […]

Reports: Among 3 Most Populous U.S. States, Florida Fares The Best, California The Worst

Reports: Among 3 Most Populous U.S. States, Florida Fares The Best, California The Worst

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – Among the three most populous state – California, Texas and Florida – Florida outperforms the others, whereas California fares the worst, according to several reports. Over the past year, Florida surpasses Texas and California with recording the most non-farm job growth, the best overall […]

What The Stunning Arizona Audit Update Means

What The Stunning Arizona Audit Update Means

George Rasley | ConservativeHQ President Trump’s spokesman Liz Harrington posted a great Twitter thread summarizing yesterday’s briefing on the final stages of Arizona’s audit of the Maricopa County election results – and it was stunning. Here’s what’s been found in a race decided by 10,457 votes: 3,981 voted despite registered AFTER Oct 15 deadline. 11,326 […]

Chinese National Sentenced To 3+ Years In Prison For Attempting To Export Raiding Boats

Chinese National Sentenced To 3+ Years In Prison For Attempting To Export Raiding Boats

Kendall Tietz A Chinese national was sentenced to three years and six months in a federal prison Wednesday for conspiring to illegally export maritime raiding craft and engines and information to China with false export information, the Department of Justice said in a press release. Ge Songtao from Nanjing, China, pleaded guilty on Nov. 2, […]

Narcotics Arrest

Narcotics Arrest

On July 16th, 2021, members of the Ventura Police Department SCU Narcotics unit, with the assistance of patrol officers, and a Ventura Police K9 conducted a search warrant at the above address due to an investigation into narcotics sales. Detectives using investigative tools were able to identify a primary suspect as Elizabeth Valenzuela. During the […]

Three Drivers Arrested At The Oxnard DUI Checkpoint

Three Drivers Arrested At The Oxnard DUI Checkpoint

Oxnard, Ca. – 794 drivers were screened while driving through a DUI checkpoint on July 17, 2021. The checkpoint was held at Victoria Avenue south of Wooley Road from 7:00 p.m. to 1:30 a.m.  Twenty-two drivers were cited for operating a vehicle unlicensed or with a suspended/revoked license. Three drivers were arrested for DUI. Checkpoint […]

Top Cop in Los Angeles County says “No Thank You” to mask enforcement

Top Cop in Los Angeles County says “No Thank You” to mask enforcement

by Chris Bailey 17 July 2021, Ventura County Los Angeles County California In a stinging rebuke of the political leadership and the Los Angeles County Health Department, Sheriff Alex Villanueve issued a prompt press release on the heels of the forced mandate on inside mask wearing throughout Los Angeles County. The Los Angeles County Sheriff […]

Assault Victim Dies From Injuries

Assault Victim Dies From Injuries

On July 13, 2021, at about 11:25 PM, officers responded to the call of a subject down in the street, in the 500 block of Roosevelt Avenue. Upon arrival, officers located 73 year old, Melecio Chavez who was bleeding from a wound to his head. Officers learned that Chavez had stepped outside of his house […]

Meet The World Economic Forum

Meet The World Economic Forum

Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola Over the past year and a half, I’ve written many articles detailing the evidence supporting the claim that the COVID pandemic is a ruse to usher in a new system of global centralized governance by unelected leaders, the so-called Great Reset. While the World Economic Forum (WEF) may not necessarily be […]

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