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Commentary | Ventura County Board of Supervisors Illegally Changed the Joint Powers Agreement of the North Ventura Avenue Area Plan

Commentary | Ventura County Board of Supervisors Illegally Changed the Joint Powers Agreement of the North Ventura Avenue Area Plan

Ventura County Board of Supervisors Illegally Changed the Joint Powers Agreement of the North Ventura Avenue Area Plan; FW: Ventura County Board of Supervisors Agenda Item 54, October 20, 2020 RV Parking on County Streets By Kioren Moss This is a major scandal of unprecedented nature.  The County government, under the aegis of Steve Bennett, […]

Anatomy of an Election Steal

Anatomy of an Election Steal

Editorial By George Miller MIT Professor Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai exposes alleged massive election fraud, via statistical analysis. I summarized 2020 election fraud types in my previous editorial: Election 2020: The Empire Strikes Back. But we have learned more about a massive one that deserves additional attention so that the public can be made more aware […]

Politics | Race for Los Angeles D.A. – Gascón’s Proposed Policies Guided By Inexperience

Politics | Race for Los Angeles D.A. – Gascón’s Proposed Policies Guided By Inexperience

. . By Cindy Wallace, Guest Article . There are few positions where experience matters as much as the head of the largest prosecutorial office in the country. George Gascón, candidate for Los Angeles County district attorney, seeks to lead that office without ever having prosecuted a case himself. And there is perhaps no better […]

Commentary | Ventura County labor agreement would cost taxpayers millions

Commentary | Ventura County labor agreement would cost taxpayers millions

  Recently, the Ventura County Board of Supervisors was told that a proposed Community Workforce Agreement (CWA) on county projects would likely increase project costs more than $75 million over the next five years. Their own staff recommended that the Board reject the proposed CWA. However, an undeterred Supervisor Zaragoza, along with Supervisors Long and […]

Commentary | Islamic Terror Hidden From View

Commentary | Islamic Terror Hidden From View

    By Sigrid Weidenweber I doubt that you saw the small notice, even if it was displayed by a major news outlet, for they shelter extreme Islamists from their terrible acts and the criticism that surely follows.  So you may have failed to note that in France, Islamist terrorism is the suspected culprit in […]

Politics | Race for Los Angeles D.A. – The Two Faces of Gascón

Politics | Race for Los Angeles D.A. – The Two Faces of Gascón

. . . By Eric Siddall . If you talk to prosecutors around the country, they will tell you two things about the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office (LADA): that it’s the nation’s largest and that it’s led the way on many issues related to the criminal justice system. . George Gascón won’t say […]

What is really going on with COVID-19

What is really going on with COVID-19

    To: Ventura County Board of Supervisors Steve Bennett, Linda Parks, Bob Huber, John Zaragoza and Kelly Long, CEO Mike Powers and Health Officer Dr. Robert Levin From George Miller & Debra Tash Following the so-called “Mainstream Media” (MSM) narrative on COVID-19 might cause one to think that we are in the midst of […]

The Hotly Contested Thousand Oaks City Council Race

The Hotly Contested Thousand Oaks City Council Race

    By Mandy Jacob Election season is here, and it is time to take a deep dive into the City of Thousand Oaks’s run for City Council. The backstory to this race has more drama than a Spanish Soap Opera. On the one hand we have the Mayor Al Adam, touting everything he has […]

Commentary | Lane Reduction on Maricopa Hwy in Ojai – CalTrans Plans to Go Forward

Commentary | Lane Reduction on Maricopa Hwy in Ojai – CalTrans Plans to Go Forward

  . By Jeffrey Weinstein . On Friday 10/16/20, I learned privately from Randy Haney, Ojai City Councilman, that Caltrans is moving forward 11/9/20 with Demonstration Project for Lane Reduction on Maricopa Hwy, despite no public notice, design/construction plan or schedule made available to the City Council or Ojai Residents.  The 4-1-2019 Letter from Caltrans […]

George Gascón’s History of Hiding Evidence and Silencing Whistleblowers

George Gascón’s History of Hiding Evidence and Silencing Whistleblowers

. . . By Michele Hanisee . In response to a Public Records Act request for George Gascón’s disciplinary records, the LAPD, rather than indicating that no such records exist, has instead stated that “records responsive to your request remain privileged, confidential, and exempt from disclosure. “Gascón, who has publicly advocated for transparency in the criminal […]

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