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Unprecedented Speaker Turnout for Special Meeting on T.O. General Plan

Unprecedented Speaker Turnout for Special Meeting on T.O. General Plan

By Kevin Harris One hundred and thirty six residents showed up, either virtually or in person, Tuesday night, to speak their mind on proposed changes to the city’s General Plan, during a 6-hour Special Meeting of the Thousand Oaks City Council. These include land use designation changes for some areas of the city, from single, […]

The Business of Camarillo City Council continues 12 May 2021. Council meeting venue changes to Camarillo Library on 19 May 2021

The Business of Camarillo City Council continues 12 May 2021. Council meeting venue changes to Camarillo Library on 19 May 2021

News By Chris Bailey 15 May 2021, Camarillo The business of the city is important, very important. Open council meetings are important, and in fact required by law. Every Camarillo Councilmember understands the duty of this public format.  It’s an obligation required by the Brown Act. Attendance at the second Camarillo City Council in-person meeting […]

The Ventura Police Department Encourages Residents to “Go Safely” During National Bicycle Safety Month

The Ventura Police Department Encourages Residents to “Go Safely” During National Bicycle Safety Month

  Ventura, Calif. —  With over 60 miles of bicycle lanes, 35 miles of bike routes and paths, and over 400 lockers and racks, the City of Ventura is rated as a bicycle friendly community from the League of American Bicyclists. During Bicycle Safety Month, the Ventura Police Department is encouraging those out walking, driving, or riding […]

Camarillo City Council returns to public meetings. July Fireworks MAY be coming back!

Camarillo City Council returns to public meetings. July Fireworks MAY be coming back!

News By Chris Bailey 2 May 2021, Camarillo The Camarillo City Council reentered the in-person meeting world on Wednesday, April 28th, and it went off without a hitch for the most part. A little about “for the most part” later in this report. I’ve been to Camarillo Council meetings in the past. Reflecting on why […]

CNN ‘fesses up: Reporting promotes Black Lives Matter movement

CNN ‘fesses up: Reporting promotes Black Lives Matter movement

By Bob Unruh  WND News Center ‘You can shape an entire people’s perception’ CNN, through an executive caught on a hidden camera, is confessing that the network will ignore stories and evidence that don’t promote the Black Lives Matter movement and its narrative. It is in the third video released by Project Veritas of CNN’s technical director, Charlie […]

Medal of Honor Monday: Army Pfc. Joe R. Hastings

Medal of Honor Monday: Army Pfc. Joe R. Hastings

By Katie Lange Source: Conservative Daily News CDN There is little time in war to savor victory — all who have fought in battle know that. Army Pfc. Joe Hastings nearly single-handedly pushed back the Germans from a stronghold in the waning days of World War II, only to die a few days later. While his triumph and […]

The Damage of Lockdowns to Young People

The Damage of Lockdowns to Young People

Ethan Yang  In a previous article, I outlined the biological and cultural reasons why young people, mostly referring to those under the age of 30, are particularly vulnerable to the isolation as well as lifestyle disruptions brought about by lockdowns. This article will highlight some of the real damage that has been caused by such policies. […]

Educational Freedom Is on the Move

Educational Freedom Is on the Move

COLUMN By Larry Sand School choice is rapidly advancing across the U.S. On March 9th, I wrote that Covid-related lockdowns were leading many states to implement or advance already existing school choice measures. Just four weeks later, it is happening at breakneck speed. Legislators and parents have become fed up, and are doing what they can to […]

Paradigm Failure

Paradigm Failure

COLUMN By James Howard Kunstler A nation literally falling apart certainly might want to Build Back Better, but it also might want to consider building back differently, consistent with the signals that reality is sending to humankind these days. For instance, the signals that the old industrial paradigm is coming to an end, and that the […]

The Shift Spotlights Mental Health Awareness Month With Its First Ever Interactive Youth-Driven Virtual Wellness Rally Event Series For Los Angeles and Chicago Communities

The Shift Spotlights Mental Health Awareness Month With Its First Ever Interactive Youth-Driven Virtual Wellness Rally Event Series For Los Angeles and Chicago Communities

PRESS RELEASE The Shift NAMI Westside LA partners with The Shift to kick off NAMI Westside LA’s Annual Wellness Weekend in Los Angeles May 1st at 11 a.m. PT The Shift, Rincon Family Services and other prominent nonprofits to host Chicago-focused Wellness Rally May 15th at 1 p.m. CT MARCH 31, 2021, LOS ANGELES & […]