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Presumptive President-Elect Donald J. Trump

Presumptive President-Elect Donald J. Trump

By Editorial Staff, November 8, 2016   Some votes still being counted, but looks like he has it. Congratulations Mr. Donald J. Trump, President-Elect of the USA. You’ve sure got your work cut out for you. We very much appreciated your reaching out to opponents, want you to honor that promise and hope that they […]

How Is This Woman Qualified?

How Is This Woman Qualified?

  By Michael Greer If anyone tried to sell a movie script of what is going on in this election no one would buy it because it just not believable. After Friday’s revelation that the FBI is reopening it’s investigation into Clinton’s emails, a woman commented on one of my blogs entitled, “The Trump Train” […]

LA County Trains Poll Workers to Bypass State Election Law

LA County Trains Poll Workers to Bypass State Election Law

A training video for poll workers in Los Angeles County appears to contradict California law requiring voters to identify themselves and their addresses before getting ballots and set up conditions that could help illegal voters cast ballots. The election-integrity group True the Vote learned about the video from a Los Angeles poll inspector who reported […]

Guest Commentary – No on Prop 57: Hold Politicians Accountable

Guest Commentary – No on Prop 57: Hold Politicians Accountable

    By Guest Contributor: Robert Masson Proposition 57 is not only dangerous for the residents of California, voting it into law would reinforce a precarious trend by our state’s highest elected officials to transfer their failings in the prison system to the law-abiding people of California. The popular debate regarding Proposition 57 seemingly hinges […]

SOAR vs. Measure F

SOAR vs. Measure F

What is the difference between Measure C and Measure F and who are the SOAR people?  Who truly is SOAR? Having lived here about ten years I’ve come to witness and see the changes to Ventura County.  Heck I was involved with discussions back in 2002 about CSUCI when I was attending a CSU sister […]

Get Out the Vote!

Get Out the Vote!

It may not make any difference in the very deepest of blue states such as California. But with razor thin margins in the polls it’s important that if you know anyone in the battleground states call them, email them, text them, get them to vote for Donald J. Trump.  Call us one sided, okay.  We […]

Despite the GOP’s Epic Failure to Reach Black Voters, I’m Still Voting for Donald Trump in November

Despite the GOP’s Epic Failure to Reach Black Voters, I’m Still Voting for Donald Trump in November

What the hell is going on with Blacks in this Republican Party? My phone has been ringing off the hook since last week with people from across the country asking me to explain the unexplainable. Memo to my readers: I DON’T WORK FOR THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. But, it seems everyone wants to call me to […]

When and Where Can I Watch the Presidential Debate?

When and Where Can I Watch the Presidential Debate?

The presidential debate begins at 9PM Eastern and will last for 90 minutes. Unlike the primary season debates, check the three presidential debates will be simulcast across the major networks and cable channels. Pick one: ABC, price NBC, viagra Fox, CBS, MSNBC, Fox News, CNN, Univision, or C-SPAN. Lester Holt of NBC is the moderator, […]

Howard Jarvis Taxpayer Association — Ballot Recommendations

Howard Jarvis Taxpayer Association — Ballot Recommendations

The following are the only official recommendations made by the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association and the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association Political Action Committee. (Please note that HJTA and HJTA-PAC do not provide recommendations on all initiative measures or in all candidate elections.) nurse arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12pt;”>November 8, 2016 BALLOT RECOMMENDATIONS FOR TAXPAYERS The Howard […]

Endorsements for Both Candidates in the 25th Congressional District

Endorsements for Both Candidates in the 25th Congressional District

The seat in the 25th Congressional District was vacated by Howard “Buck” McKeon who held for it for two decades.  Steve Knight won the seat in the 2014 midterm election against Tony Strickland. Both were Republican and both had served in the California State Senate.  Not so this round, with Bryan Caforio is a Democrat who […]