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‘Fix California’ Launches Statewide Legal Inspection of Current County Voter Rolls

‘Fix California’ Launches Statewide Legal Inspection of Current County Voter Rolls

By Stephen Frank One important role of a political Party is to register voters—and to assure the voting is done accurately and honestly.  On both counts, expect for periodic finger shaking press releases the California Republican Party is dead.  In fact the General Counsel for the California Republican Party, Ashlee Titus, has decided there is […]

Out In The Cold: America’s Homeless Youth

Out In The Cold: America’s Homeless Youth

    By Douglas Partello It is hard for us to imagine our own child out at night without a jacket, no less all night, without shelter, night after night, on the streets. According to The National Conference of State Legislators (NCSL) there are an estimated 4.2 million youth and young adults, 16-24, who experience […]

Op-Ed: Research Used To justify California’s ‘Equity’ Math Doesn’t Add Up

Op-Ed: Research Used To justify California’s ‘Equity’ Math Doesn’t Add Up

  Richard Bernstein | RealClearInvestigations Source: The Center Square Visit the The Center Square The push to create “equity” and more “social justice” in public schools in America’s largest state rests on this basic premise: “We reject ideas of natural gifts and talents,” declares the current draft of the California Math Framework, which also states that it […]

You are Now In The Totalitarian Zone

You are Now In The Totalitarian Zone

By Clarice Feldman Before I get to the bad news, let me start with some good news. Christopher F. Rufo tweets that the revulsion against Critical Race Theory being taught in schools is showing results. Nine states have already banned it: Arizona, Texas, Tennessee, Florida, Arkansas, Oklahoma, New Hampshire, Iowa, and Idaho. As more people realize this effort to […]

Confronting Randi’s Twaddle

Confronting Randi’s Twaddle

After insisting that Critical Race Theory is not being taught in k-12 schools, Randi Weingarten – teacher union boss and gaslighter extraordinaire – has ceded any right to be taken seriously. By Larry Sand July 13, 2021 Randi Weingarten, the gaffe-prone president of the American Federation of Teachers has outdone herself, and that isn’t easy. In […]

Do We Have A Constitution?

Do We Have A Constitution?

Editorial By Dan Reynolds The Supreme Court needs to revisit their judgement on the word “privilege” and “immunity” and strike them from the Constitution. Because what they just did was throw the Constitution and all binding agreements between People Of The United States out the window and removed the purpose of the Constitution that was […]

Democracy Is More Than Just Elections

Democracy Is More Than Just Elections

Anthony Gill  Coming on the heels of a year-long lockdown, people turned out with renewed enthusiasm on July 4, 2021 to celebrate the birth of our constitutional democratic republic. Wave the flags. Cheer for the republic!! Oh, how we love our democracy!!! Democracy. The rule of “the people!” But how do the people rule? By […]

Political Fraud And Corruption

Political Fraud And Corruption

By Stephen Frank California Political News and Views Once again the El Segundo Times, formerly the L.A. Times, has decided to pretend fraud and corruption does not exist in California elections.  In fact as recently reported there are 1.8 million (not a typo) registered voters MORE than those eligible to vote on the voting rolls […]

Local Ballot Initiatives: Friend or Foe?

Local Ballot Initiatives: Friend or Foe?

Editorial     By Douglas Partello There are two camps it seems concerning Ballot Initiatives. Often, it depends upon whom is initiating them, rather than there being a valid option in CA for the election process. The recent tentative ruling by Judge Walsh, Ventura County Superior Court, on June 22, 2021, to invalidate Measure M […]

Lack of Decorum At Oxnard City Council Meetings

Lack of Decorum At Oxnard City Council Meetings

With the passage of Measure M by the voters, in Nov. 2020, there are new specific local regulations in the way City legislative bodies are run. This includes City Council and Council Committees to be governed by Roberts Rules of Order Newly Revised (RONR), subject to certain exceptions. RONR is the most widely used manual […]