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Will 2021 Be Public Banking’s Watershed Moment?

Will 2021 Be Public Banking’s Watershed Moment?

    by Ellen Brown Faced with the dire Covid-19 crisis, some lawmakers are starting to see publicly-owned banks as the key to ensuring an equitable economic recovery. Just over two months into the new year, 2021 has already seen a flurry of public banking activity. Sixteen new bills to form publicly-owned banks or facilitate their formation […]

160 Confederate Monuments Were Taken Down In 2020

160 Confederate Monuments Were Taken Down In 2020

KAYLEE GREENLEE Reporter At least 160 Confederate symbols including statues were removed from public spaces following the death of George Floyd in 2020, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. Of the symbols removed 94 were Confederate monuments, including a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee that was removed from the U.S. Capitol building […]

Oxnard’s 2020 Uniform Crime Reporting Statistics show some types of crime are down

Oxnard’s 2020 Uniform Crime Reporting Statistics show some types of crime are down

The year 2020 was unlike all others in our lifetimes, presenting a series of challenges to not only our nation, but the entire world.  In spite of these challenges, Oxnard continued to show its community resiliency as it moved into early 2021.  Reported crime in Oxnard for the year 2020 held relatively flat in comparison […]

“Not a Shred of Evidence of Election Fraud” ….

“Not a Shred of Evidence of Election Fraud” ….

  By George Miller, 1-19-21 On the eve of Biden’s inauguration as President, this is an opinion article, heavily supported by facts, suggesting that he has no legal right to be standing on that platform tomorrow. Election Fraud Claims Ignored or “Debunked” Yes, major media, political figures, NGO’s, bureaucrats, certain partisan bloggers, endlessly parroted the […]

Historic Number Of Prosecutions Related To Domestic Terrorism In 2020

Historic Number Of Prosecutions Related To Domestic Terrorism In 2020

KAYLEE GREENLEE Reporter The number of federal prosecutions of cases classified as domestic terrorism reached a historic high following the death of George Floyd in May 2020, the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse reported Monday. Over 180 prosecutions of cases including domestic terrorism charges were filed across the U.S. in 2020, the highest number since tracking […]

Random Thought on a Year of Horrors

Random Thought on a Year of Horrors

By John Jay The new year, 2021, will have to be better than 2020, for certain!! I cannot remember any year, in the past 50, that was as bad as 2020. —– The word “swamp” is not adequate to describe the District of Crime (DC). “Cesspool of Malfeasance” is a better description! Or “septic tank”, […]

County of Ventura: Covid 19 Update December 21, 2020

County of Ventura: Covid 19 Update December 21, 2020

Ventura County we need your help. Our hospitals are filling up with COVID-19 patients. The cases continue to rise. During other emergencies like recent fires you could see the smoke. You could see the devastation. This emergency is like a fire but the people impacted are often not seen. Please help us respond to the […]

My Year End Celebration

My Year End Celebration

    By Armando Vazquez “The address (2021) of the holy, the enlightened’; your unique gift to yourself ‘here and now’ and forever  “The address of the holy and the enlightened is ‘here and now’. This is the address of happiness, the address of life, the address to your Spirit God. The Buddha said, ‘Life […]

2020: I’m So Sick of Superlatives

2020: I’m So Sick of Superlatives

    by Thomas L. Knapp “2020: The Worst Year Ever,” reads the cover of Time magazine’s December 14 issue. “There have been worse years in U.S. history,” admits author Stephanie Zacharek, but not, to her way of thinking, since World War Two.  Between a heavy hurricane and fire season, police violence and the accompanying […]

The Scars of 2020

The Scars of 2020

    By Victor Davis Hanson The summer of COVID-19, quarantines, riot and arson, and an absence of confidence in the sanctity of voting ended with deep wounds on the body politic—wounds we will bear from now on. Amid plague, national lockdown, riot and arson, iconoclasm, recession, and the most contested voting in history, the […]

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