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Senate set to decide fate of speech crime bill

Senate set to decide fate of speech crime bill

CA Controller’s July Cash Report Shows Revenues Well Short of Budget Projections

CA Controller’s July Cash Report Shows Revenues Well Short of Budget Projections

July state revenues came in below projections in the 2016-17 Budget Act approved the previous month by $591.3 million, or 9.8 percent, with all three of the state’s main revenue sources falling short of expectations for the first month of the fiscal year, State Controller Betty T. Yee reported today. Retail sales and use taxes […]

For Yazidis in Greece, safety and security is still out of reach

For Yazidis in Greece, safety and security is still out of reach

On the long drive to Petra camp near Mount Olympus in northern Greece, cost Salim Noah is voice-chatting on WhatsApp continuously. He sounds agitated and I ask him to translate from the Kurdish: “One hundred and thirty Yazidis arrived to Petra just last night from Cherso camp. Muslims were attacking them.” Petra is the only […]

Ammon Bundy shares what happened to his brother Ryan today at the jail

Ammon Bundy shares what happened to his brother Ryan today at the jail

by David Robinson, 8-10-16 Ammon Bundy would like to share with you what happened to his brother Ryan today at the jail. We still live in a country where men are innocent until proven guilty, don’t we? We need your help to stop these abuses, Please listen and share…. https://www.facebook.com/bundyranch/videos/1074391485970992/ Source: https://mainerepublicemailalert.com/2016/08/10/ammon-bundy-shares-what-happened-to-his-brother-ryan-today-at-the-jail/   Editor’s note: So who […]

Public Utilities Commission meeting on new area code + 805

Public Utilities Commission meeting on new area code + 805

CA eyes freeway generator technology as new energy source

CA eyes freeway generator technology as new energy source

Brewery Makes New Craft Beer For EPA After Environmental Disaster

Brewery Makes New Craft Beer For EPA After Environmental Disaster

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) critics can drown their sorrows with a new craft beer that grew out of an agency-caused environmental disaster. An EPA crew penetrated Colorado’s Gold King Mine in August, 2015, which flooded the Animas River with three million gallons of toxic waste. The sludge dyed the water a murky yellow-orange color. Golden […]

Olympic Special video interview with Port Hueneme Surfside 4 resident Silver Medal winner

Olympic Special video interview with Port Hueneme Surfside 4 resident Silver Medal winner

By Tom Dunn “Frank Gorman, a Port Hueneme resident, won the Olympic Silver medal for diving at the 1964 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan. In the  inspiring and insightful video, Frank tells of his desire to win a medal, beginning as a teenager. He accomplished this at the age of 26. His story is why the […]

Federal Appeals Court rules that IRS still targeting conservative groups 

Federal Appeals Court rules that IRS still targeting conservative groups 

By Michael Hernandez WASHINGTON, D.C.—The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Friday in a 3-0 unanimous decision reversed a 2014 lower district court ruling that previously dismissed a lawsuit filed in 2013 against the Internal Revenue Service for targeting conservative groups. The appeals court found that the IRS had committed some “unconstitutional […]

Aaron Starr kicks off his Campaign for Oxnard City Council

Aaron Starr kicks off his Campaign for Oxnard City Council

By Raven West, Dan Pinedo & George Miller Aaron Starr is a local civic activist and high-powered Controller of Haas Automation, a nearly $1 billion Oxnard manufacturer of numerically controlled machine tools. He held his City Council campaign kickoff at Tomas Cafe on downtown “A” Street on Sunday, 8-8-16.  He brings strong finance and business […]