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SEEAG Receives Grant From Reiter Affiliated Companies

SEEAG Receives Grant From Reiter Affiliated Companies

Students for Eco-Education and Agriculture (SEEAG), a nonprofit organization that helps young students understand and appreciate the origins of their food, has received a $5,000 grant from Reiter Affiliated Companies (RAC). The grant funds will help SEEAG expand its education efforts through its Journey of Our Food school programs and its annual Ventura County Farm […]

Record rainfall hits Southern California

Record rainfall hits Southern California

LOS ANGELES — The third in a series of powerful winter storms unleashed a deluge in Southern California on Sunday, flooding numerous roads and freeways, setting new rainfall records and stranding some in dangerously rising waters. Forecasters had predicted this storm would be the strongest in several years, and it didn’t disappoint. While earlier storms […]

Scoop: Washington Free Beacon Obtains Copy Of Memo From Clinton Ally Plotting Trump’s Impeachment

Scoop: Washington Free Beacon Obtains Copy Of Memo From Clinton Ally Plotting Trump’s Impeachment

Matt Vespa . For some in the Clinton orbit, the 2016 cycle has not ended. In fact, Hillary Clinton’s stunning upset loss to President Donald J. Trump seems to have prompted some of her top allies to open another front to defeat the president through impeachment. Joe Schoffstall and Lachlan Markay of the Washington Free […]

The First 100 Days In Review:  Days 1-3

The First 100 Days In Review:  Days 1-3

By Michael Hernandez Inaugural Speech: WASHINGTON, D.C.—It was a day of hope for the hundreds of thousands of Donald J. Trump supporters who voted in the last election to see a transfer of power “from Washington, D.C.” to “the American people.” In the words of the 45th President, “This is your day.  This is your […]

Measles outbreak grows in L.A despite California’s strict new vaccination law

Measles outbreak grows in L.A despite California’s strict new vaccination law

LOS ANGELES — Six months after California’s strict vaccine law took effect, a measles outbreak has infected 20 people, most of them in Los Angeles County, prompting a search for others who may have been exposed to the highly contagious virus. Most of the patients live in western areas of the county, including L.A.’s Westside, […]

Howard Jarvis HJTA — Lowers Boom on City of Ukiah for Deceiving Taxpayers

Howard Jarvis HJTA — Lowers Boom on City of Ukiah for Deceiving Taxpayers

The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association (HJTA) has served suit (this week) on the City of Ukiah for using an illegal ballot scheme to persuade voters to approve a new sales tax.   The suit charges the city violated the state constitution when it placed on the ballot both measure Y, raising the sales tax, and […]

One Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

One Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

Former Ventura resident Carla Bonney attended the Inauguration of our 45th president, Donald J. Trump.  She posted this photo taken by a friend who was with her, radio show host Ben Ferguson.  With Madonna’s rant about blowing up the White House and Ashley Judd and her wet dream fantasies during the Women’s March in D.C. and […]

Justice for All is On the March in Ventura

Justice for All is On the March in Ventura

By Raven West The March for Justice might not have received the same national notoriety or television coverage as others which took place the day after the 45th President’s inauguration, but the enormous show of unity that emanated from the thousands who came together to show their support in upholding the dignity and rights of […]

Colorado Wants Trump To Make EPA Pay Claims On Mile Spill

Colorado Wants Trump To Make EPA Pay Claims On Mile Spill

Citizens of the Rocky Mountain state are relying on the incoming Trump administration to require that the EPA pay damages in the wake of a massive agency-caused toxic water spill in Colorado. Republicans and Democrats have criticized the agency’s decision to ignore victims associated with the Gold King Mine spill, which released 3 million gallons […]

Friedrichs v. 2.0? U.S. Supreme Court May Get a Second Chance to Free Teachers from Forced Unionism

Friedrichs v. 2.0? U.S. Supreme Court May Get a Second Chance to Free Teachers from Forced Unionism

In a case that will cheer education reformers, four Pennsylvania teachers today sued their unions, school districts and district officials for making union membership a condition of their employment. The suit – and the likely appointment of a reform-friendly Supreme Court justice under the incoming Trump Administration – immediately raised expectations that Hartnett v. Pennsylvania […]