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1 dead, 5 wounded in London knife attack

1 dead, 5 wounded in London knife attack

LONDON — London police say a woman has died and five others were injured in a knife attack in a central part of the city. A statement from the London Metropolitan Police early Thursday said the attack happened late Wednesday in Russell Square, prescription which is near to the British Museum. It said six people […]

HOT News from the Oxnard Salsa Festival – The WINNERS!

HOT News from the Oxnard Salsa Festival – The WINNERS!

By Janis Flippen & George Miller The SALSA Last week’s Oxnard Salsa Festival (event web site) was very fine, as always. It seemed like there were fewer Salsa booth entries, but we enjoyed them all- no bad ones. The awards, listed below by Janis Flippen, had so many different categories that almost everyone won something. But […]

Establishment Republican Unseats Conservative In Kansas

Establishment Republican Unseats Conservative In Kansas

Kansas Republican Rep. Tim Huelskamp lost his district’s primary to establishment-backed challenger Roger Marshall Tuesday. Huelskamp won his seat during the Tea Party movement in 2010, and became chairman of the House Freedom Caucus. After a dispute with party leadership, Huelskamp was booted from the House Agriculture Committee in 2012. The Kansas Republican only earned […]

F-35 Finally Shoots Something — And Kills It

F-35 Finally Shoots Something — And Kills It

The U.S. Air Force’s new fighter jet is inching closer to combat-readiness by proving itself lethal against drone targets. An F-35A pilot made the first air-to-air strike, or “boola boola,” from the fifth generation stealth jet, the F-35 Joint Program Office announced in a statement Monday. “It’s been said you don’t really have a fighter […]

DHS grants Syrians special protections in U.S.

DHS grants Syrians special protections in U.S.

  Homeland Security granted a new temporary amnesty Monday to more than 8, ampoule 000 Syrians living in the U.S. right now, medical saying they can remain for up to 18 months longer no matter what their legal status. Secretary Jeh Johnson issued “temporary protected status” to Syrians, saying that if they are in the […]

Clinton Rejects Call To Prevent Child Porn

Clinton Rejects Call To Prevent Child Porn

  Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton refused to sign a pledge Monday that would protect children from exploitation by the porn industry. “In past Administrations, the Internet obscenity laws have not been aggressively or adequately enforced. The invasion of graphic online worldwide is ‘the largest unregulated social experiment in human history,’” the signed pledge reads. Unlike […]

Name of 24 Year Old Victim Released — Another Oxnard murder

Name of 24 Year Old Victim Released —  Another Oxnard murder

By CJ Staff August 1, 2016: The Oxnard Police Department is releasing the name of the homicide victim found in an alley in the early morning hours on July 29, 2016. Maurillo Primo De La Cruz, a 24 year old Oxnard resident, was assaulted and found unresponsive in the north alley of the 800 block of Cooper […]

The Federal Government Is Making Fishermen Pay For On-Board Babysitters

The Federal Government Is Making Fishermen Pay For On-Board Babysitters

Fishermen have had a tough go of it against the federal government in the last year. The U.S. District Court in New Hampshire dismissed a lawsuit brought by David Goethel and a coalition of New England fishermen against the Department of Commerce challenging a new National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) rule requiring fishermen to […]

WikiLeaks releases hacked DNC voicemails

WikiLeaks releases hacked DNC voicemails

Another shoe has been dropped by Wikileaks. On the night President Obama and vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine were scheduled to speak to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, order the anti-secrecy whistle-blower group released hacked voicemails of top Democratic officials. Wikileaks put up a page containing 29 mp3 files of calls, viagra 60mg identified […]

Santa Paula Citizens: No, thanks, Calpine

Santa Paula Citizens: No, thanks, Calpine

By Sheryl Hamlin Over a period of five and a half hours on July 28, 2016, residents and supporters of Santa Paula expressed concerns and issues about the proposed Mission Rock Peaker Plant to the California Energy Commission (CEC) who had returned to re-hear a meeting originally held in June 2016 as reported here. On […]