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Commentary | Shocking New Report – UFOs are the Real Thing

Commentary |  Shocking New Report – UFOs are the Real Thing

Editorial By John Jay On Fox News last night, they interviewed a big time DOD whistle blower, who just out did all the other ones put together.  He revealed that UFOs are real, and that they have been made by either a foreign power or ETs.  There will be a biggie report to Congress in […]

Commentary | Biden 100 days in

Commentary | Biden 100 days in

Editorial  By Mel Mann In case you missed it, President Biden just finished his first 100 days in the oval office.  This milestone is normally scrutinized by the press and pundits.  Agenda is analyzed along with executive orders and public appearances.  For most of the last 30 years new Presidents have used this window to […]

Open letter to the School Board and parents of Ventura County – Why I am taking my kids out of your system

Open letter to the School Board and parents of Ventura County – Why I am taking my kids out of your system

Editorial By Jennifer Amodei Since my kids were in kindergarten they have been happily going to our local public school. It was filled with a diverse group of children who never learned to see their differences as we all are immigrants from other lands who were happy to pursue this American dream together. It is […]

Commentary | Systemic Racism Not in America

Commentary | Systemic Racism Not in America

Editorial  By: Kathleen Brush, Ph.D. People familiar with America’s legal system are on solid ground saying this system is not systemically racist and this system is foundational to all of our systems. They are also on solid ground acknowledging that prior to 1964 and 1965 the United States legal system had many so-called Jim Crow laws that […]

Commentary | Ojai City Council versus Midtown Ventura Community Council

Commentary | Ojai City Council versus Midtown Ventura Community Council

By Jeffrey Weinstein Dear Ojai City Council, recently I received a digital copy of the Midtown Ventura’s Community Council Newsletter.  During an evening workshop dedicated to identifying the most important issues in Midtown and the Ventura area, in preparation for the upcoming General Plan, the meeting identified Ventura’s priorities as follows:    1. Planning–housing and affordability a […]

Commentary | Ideology, Not Data, Drives DA’s Pro-Criminal Crusade

Commentary | Ideology, Not Data, Drives DA’s Pro-Criminal Crusade

Editorial By Eric Siddall  Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón says that “science and data” justify his criminal justice policies, including his decision to eliminate sentencing enhancements and abandon the three strikes law. According to Gascón, scientific evidence unequivocally confirms that longer sentences harm public safety by boosting repeat offenses. “While initial incarceration prevents crime through […]

Commentary | Wokeless and Second Class

Commentary | Wokeless and Second Class

Editorial  By Donald Jeffries Keeping It Unreal America is on the way to instituting a new form of Apartheid. This one won’t be based on skin color. The new “Jim Crow” isn’t voting laws that logically require a photo ID to prevent fraud. It isn’t a convenient historical reference for prominent Blacks like Virginia Assistant Governor […]

Commentary | Assuring free & fair elections is not racist…But allowing illegal voting/schemes IS racist!

Commentary | Assuring free & fair elections is not racist…But allowing illegal voting/schemes IS racist!

By Kevin McGary Rasmussen polls recently confirmed that over two-thirds of Black voters (approx. 70%) support voter ID laws.  Black voters understand that voter fraud undermines black voices; this is the most prevalent form of voter disenfranchisement. When black voices are silenced, all “Black life” is damaged in general.   Howling “media,” pundits, and Corporations […]

Guest Commentary | Legislative “Stagecraft:” How Lawmakers Signal Their Virtue; Increase Government Power; Decrease Our Liberty; And Charge Us To Do So

Guest Commentary | Legislative “Stagecraft:” How Lawmakers Signal Their Virtue; Increase Government Power; Decrease Our Liberty; And Charge Us To Do So

Or, How The Elite Ruling Class Pulls The Wool Over The Sheeple’s Eyes by Pem Schaeffer “The power of accurate observation is commonly called cynicism by those who have not got it.” – George Bernard Shaw Modern-day consumerism has given us the concept of truth in packaging, or more formally, “Fair Packaging and Labeling.” It […]

Guest Commentary | The Supreme Court: Cowards, Crooks, or Compromised?

Guest Commentary | The Supreme Court: Cowards, Crooks, or Compromised?

By Andrew W. Coy They appear to be cowards or crooks or compromised.  Cowards, crooks, or compromised seems to be the only way to explain the decision-making of the United States Supreme Court.  The Court’s unwillingness to make any decisions regarding the presidential election of 2020 is a historic failure.  These last twelve months have seen the Court refuse to […]

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