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Treasurer Fiona Ma Announces Fall Bond Sales of $4.16 Billion

Treasurer Fiona Ma Announces Fall Bond Sales of $4.16 Billion

SACRAMENTO – State Treasurer Fiona Ma today announced the upcoming sales of seven bond issues totaling approximately $5.16 billion. The sales begin September 5 with $2.3 billion of General Obligation bonds. “Significant portions of these General Obligation bond sales will be used to finance older debt at today’s lower rates,” the Treasurer said. “This will […]

Education Conference Delivers Broadside to Public School Sex-Ed (“Gender”) and Other Curricula, Presents PS Alternatives.

Education Conference Delivers Broadside to Public School Sex-Ed (“Gender”) and Other Curricula, Presents PS Alternatives.

By George Miller Newbury Park, CA  Conejo Valley opponents blasted increasingly radicalized sex-ed in public/charter schools and presented alternatives at a conference-“Local, Private and Homeschool Alternatives to Public School”  in Newbury Park (Thousand Oaks), CA on August 10, 2019. The conference addressed why they thought alternatives were needed in the first place and what they […]

California School District Will Not Allow Parents To Opt Children Out Of LGBTQ Content, Emails Show

California School District Will Not Allow Parents To Opt Children Out Of LGBTQ Content, Emails Show

Mary Margaret Olohan |Social Issues Reporter . A California school district will not allow parents to opt their children out of classes involving LGBTQ content. A representative of the district said in an email this is because LGBTQ content is “fused throughout the entirety of the curriculum.” The Murrieta School District previously came under fire […]

POV hosts Election Integrity Project California reception

POV hosts Election Integrity Project California reception

By Michael Hernandez  OXNARD—“California elections can be manipulated and the election process has become corrupt,” said President and Co-Founder Linda Paine at the POV reception for Election Integrity Project California (EIPCa) in Ventura County held at the Channel Islands Yacht Club.   “Citizens are losing their voice in government.” The EIPCa reception attended by nearly 100 […]

Only Five Days Left in Initial Application Period for 2020 Citizens Redistricting Commission

Only Five Days Left in Initial Application Period for 2020 Citizens Redistricting Commission

Today the California State Auditor reminds Californians that there are only five days left to submit an initial application for the 2020 Citizens Redistricting Commission. With less than a week left before the August 19 deadline, to date 17,791 people have applied to serve on the 2020 Citizens Redistricting Commission, of which 15,110 are tentatively […]

Fitzgerald’s Assault on Christian Community Could Take a Toll on CVUSD Enrollment

Fitzgerald’s Assault on Christian Community Could Take a Toll on CVUSD Enrollment

By Pat Lynch CVUSD Board Member Jenny Fitzgerald recently attended the local Conference on Public and Private School Options where fellow board member, Sandee Everett, was a guest speaker. Rather than spending her time meeting the speakers and building bridges for CVUSD, Fitzgerald appeared angry the whole time, according to witnesses, and consistent with Fitzgerald’s […]

“We are in a battle for our schools:  AB 329 violates the sacred relationship between parent and child”

“We are in a battle for our schools:  AB 329 violates the sacred relationship between parent and child”

By Michael Hernandez SANTA BARBARA—“We are in a battle for our schools,” said Aileen Blachowski, co-founder of Informed Parents of California at the Protect Our Kids (POK) Now event at Santa Barbara Calvary on Saturday.   “Comprehensive sexual education will be taught to our children with parental consent required.  It will normalize anal and oral sex […]

Judge Rules NRA Lawsuit Against Los Angeles Over Contractor Disclosure Law Can Proceed

Judge Rules NRA Lawsuit Against Los Angeles Over Contractor Disclosure Law Can Proceed

Whitney Tipton | Reporter   A federal judge Monday ruled that a lawsuit against Los Angeles by the National Rifle Association (NRA) over the city’s contractor disclosure law can proceed. The NRA filed the lawsuit in April to challenge the city’s new law that requires contractors to disclose contracts or sponsorship with the gun-rights organization, City News […]

California Kaiser Permanente Workers Authorize Strike, Hospital Decries Process

California Kaiser Permanente Workers Authorize Strike, Hospital Decries Process

By City News Service Kaiser Permanente workers in Southern California and across the state voted overwhelmingly to authorize their union to call a strike if a labor contract cannot be reached, but Kaiser officials accused the union of tainting the vote by using “misleading” ballot language. According to the Service Employees International Union-United Healthcare Workers West […]

The Trump Obsession Comes for California’s Water

The Trump Obsession Comes for California’s Water

By  JACK FOWLER Tomorrow, the Golden State’s Democrat-run, veto-proof legislature returns from its summer break and is expected to quickly take up S.B. 1, the “California Environmental, Public Health, and Workers Defense Act of 2019.” It has been proposed for one reason: Donald Trump is president. Under his administration, long-standing EPA regulations and analyses, and bureaucratic (state and […]