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Obama to hail VA progress in VFW speech as problems persist

Obama to hail VA progress in VFW speech as problems persist

President Obama is expected to highlight his administration’s progress on veterans’ issues Tuesday in a speech to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, but many veterans, lawmakers and whistleblowers say the Department of Veterans Affairs hasn’t improved since a scandal erupted last year over delayed health care for veterans. Mr. Obama is scheduled address to the […]

Planned Parenthood’s Organ Purchaser Is Changing Its Website

Planned Parenthood’s Organ Purchaser Is Changing Its Website

StemExpress, a biotech company with ties to Planned Parenthood, has been surreptitiously editing its website since the release of a video shining a light on its practice of buying the remains of aborted fetuses. Last Tuesday, the group Center for Medical Progress posted a video showing Planned Parenthood executive Deborah Nucatola going into detail about how she and other abortionists affiliated with the […]

CA sardine fishing ban: Did regulators wait too long?

CA sardine fishing ban: Did regulators wait too long?

. The federal government’s emergency moratorium on sardine fishing off the California and Pacific Northeast coast took effect July 1, in a major blow to commercial fishing operations, which directly and indirectly sustain thousands of middle-class jobs. The Pacific Fishery Management Council ordered the ban in April after research showed a decline of more than […]

The 5 Biggest Winners Of Obama’s Big Nuke Deal — Aside From Iran

The 5 Biggest Winners Of Obama’s Big Nuke Deal — Aside From Iran

Critics of the multilateral nuclear deal with Iran, announced Tuesday, say that lifted sanctions will open dangerous new sources of funding for Iran’s government. But the Iranian government won’t be alone in benefiting from the newly released funds — at least $150 billion — which were previously quarantined by international sanctions. Here are some of the […]

Cap-and-trade funds targeted for high-speed rail project

Cap-and-trade funds targeted for high-speed rail project

Illegal immigrants’ Obama amnesty approvals to be seized by feds going door-to-door

Illegal immigrants’ Obama amnesty approvals to be seized by feds going door-to-door

 Goosed into action by an angry federal judge, federal immigration authorities will go door-to-door demanding illegal immigrants return the three-year amnesty approvals the Obama administration issued to them in defiance of a court order. Those who don’t return their three-year permits will have them terminated at the end of this month, the National Immigrant Justice […]

Sheriff busts Moorpark resident for Marijuana Cultivation

Sheriff busts Moorpark resident for Marijuana Cultivation

Detectives with the Sheriff’s Narcotics Unit concluded a month long investigation of a Moorpark resident, Michael Eastman, who was cultivating marijuana inside a residence in the exclusive gated community of Bell Canyon. The investigation was initiated a month ago by a Sheriff’s patrol deputy who responded to the residence for a call for service. While […]

Questionable practices at CA prisons criticized

Questionable practices at CA prisons criticized

By James Poulos . After years spent under the glare of judicial scrutiny, California’s effort to clean up its prison system has run up against a fresh wave of challenges and controversy. Lawsuits, violence and Draconian measures have all increased costs while chipping away at support from the public and policymakers. ‘Potty watches’ Critics have no shortage of […]

Full text of the Iran agreement

Full text of the Iran agreement

By George Miller This is supposedly the full text, English version of the historic agreement signed with Iran this week. Received from a confidential source, we have no way to verify it at this time and offer it to you on that basis alone. But we have since received it from two other sources, including a […]

Special Olympics Flame of Home Torch in Oxnard!

Special Olympics Flame of Home Torch in Oxnard!

Oxnard is one of the host cities for this year’s Special Olympics.  The games will be held in Los Angeles.  Oxnard’s finest carried the Flame of Hope torch and welcomed contestants to the city.  The Special Olympics was founded by Eunice Kennedy Shriver  The Kennedys had a mentally disabled sibling.  Shriver saw how those with […]