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CNN Slams Trump’s Race Rhetoric With Wildly Racist Headline

CNN Slams Trump’s Race Rhetoric With Wildly Racist Headline

CNN blasted Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s appeal to black voters Saturday, suggesting his outreach was pointless because he opposes restoring voting rights to convicted felons. Trump has made a renewed push to appeal to black voters since shaking up his campaign last week. In a Friday speech, he accused the Democratic Party of betraying […]

All Of The Places Clinton Visited That Weren’t Louisiana

All Of The Places Clinton Visited That Weren’t Louisiana

The state of Louisiana has been deeply affected by massive flooding since Aug. 15, seek and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is the only major party candidate to not visit those who lost their businesses and homes. Republican candidate Donald Trump stopped in Louisiana Friday, visiting workers and encouraging those who lost everything. It is estimated […]

Affordable housing deal appears dead for the year

Affordable housing deal appears dead for the year

Obama offends Louisiana flood victims with memo warning them not to discriminate

Obama offends Louisiana flood victims with memo warning them not to discriminate

President Obama has refused so far to survey the Louisiana flood disaster, but he did let state and local officials know that he’s watching to make sure they don’t engage in racial discrimination. In a 16-page guidance issued Tuesday, the Obama administration, led by the Justice Department, warned Louisiana recipients of federal disaster assistance against […]

Oxnard holds Short-Term Rental community meeting

Oxnard holds Short-Term Rental community meeting

By George Miller About 140 people showed up at the Oxnard Performing Arts Center on Tuesday, 8-16-16 for a community meeting to discuss issues and potential action on the short-term rental situation. It locally impacts beach neighborhoods the most. Kathleen Mallory of the Planning Department and consultant Ken Lee conducted the meeting. In summary, it appears that is no […]

Gov. Brown says yes to school finance reforms inspired by Think Tank Study

Gov. Brown says yes to school finance reforms inspired by Think Tank Study

D.A. Issues report on review of Oxnard PD shooting of Meagan Hockaday

D.A. Issues report on review of Oxnard PD shooting of Meagan Hockaday

Wildfire near Los Angeles forces 80,000 people to evacuate

Wildfire near Los Angeles forces 80,000 people to evacuate

A fast moving wildfire in southern California has forced the evacuation of more than 80, sales 000 people just east of Los Angeles. Around 700 firefighters are struggling to contain the so called Bluecut blaze in San Bernardino County which has already engulfed 15,000 acres. Fueled by fierce winds and high temperatures the fire broke […]

New analysis ranks California nearly last in liberty

New analysis ranks California nearly last in liberty

By Matt Fleming When it comes to liberty, California is one of the most restrictive states on its citizens, according to a new study. The Cato Institute, a libertarian think tank, in its “Freedom in the 50 States” report divided liberty into three categories: personal, fiscal and regulatory. And while the Golden State ranked high (16th) in personal […]

Trump addresses Milwaukee unrest

Trump addresses Milwaukee unrest

WEST BEND, remedy Wis. — Trailing badly in a major state poll in Wisconsin, look Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump dashed from La Crosse to Milwaukee on Tuesday, pharmacy holding fundraisers, appearing at a town hall meeting at the Pabst Theater and weighing in on the unrest that hit the Sherman Park neighborhood. He was […]