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Commentary: Today is 9/11—a Day for Remembrance, Renewal and Return to Freedom

Commentary: Today is 9/11—a Day for Remembrance, Renewal and Return to Freedom

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views For the past 48 hours every cable station and many of the networks have been 24.7 with stories of Hurricane Irma—truly an historic event.  Missing over the weekend, due to the monopoly of Irma, is a mention that today is 16 anniversary of the attack on […]

CAN – Collective Action Now: September 8 Flag Placement, A Memorial to Lives Lost on 9/11

CAN – Collective Action Now: September 8 Flag Placement, A Memorial to Lives Lost on 9/11

CAN – Collective Action NOW Our Conduct Becomes Us – Always Respectful Of Others Something you CAN do….Friday September 8, 2017  WHEN: Friday, September 8 TIME: 5:00 PM WHERE: Camarillo, Corner of Las Posas and Fieldgate (near the Camarillo Library entrance) WHY:  Help is needed to place 2,977  American flags on the Camarillo Library’s lawn as a memorial to […]

National Public Safety Telecommunications Week is April 9 – 15, 2017

National Public Safety Telecommunications Week is April 9 – 15, 2017

National Public Safety Telecommunications Week is April 9 – 15, 2017, and the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office is honoring the public safety dispatchers who serve as the lifeline between people in need and vital law enforcement services. These public safety dispatchers have dedicated their careers to providing superior service to people who have a need […]

Ventura County Sheriff’s 911 Dispatcher to be Honored

Ventura County Sheriff’s 911 Dispatcher to be Honored

Ventura County Sheriff’s Technical Communications Specialist Nicole Tucker has been selected as the 2017 Public Safety Dispatcher of the Year. She will be honored at the annual Dispatcher Awards Banquet at California State University, Channel Islands on April 9, 2017. Nicole was selected by her peers and supervisors to receive this award, which is presented […]

Simi Valley Police Department Announcing Police Dispatch/Trainee Recruitment

Simi Valley Police Department Announcing Police Dispatch/Trainee Recruitment

9/12: The Appeal to National Narcissism is Alive and Well

9/12: The Appeal to National Narcissism is Alive and Well

By Thomas L. Knapp “The narcissist,” someone once wrote on an Internet discussion forum devoted to the topic, “learns nothing, forgets nothing, and forgives nothing.” In conscious appeal to this tendency, the American political class flocks to shrines in New York, DC and Pennsylvania each year to once again cynically wring as much narcissistic flag-waving […]

Bryan Caforio Honors the Victims of 9/11 and First Responders

Bryan Caforio Honors the Victims of 9/11 and First Responders

A Tribute That Will Never Cease

A Tribute That Will Never Cease

This is an amazing tribute that had been fashioned by a company based, not in New York City where the twin towers came down, but in St. Louis. Yet the people who worked there were still deeply affected by the events of that September morning.  We all were wounded.  Yes, some more than others.  The […]

Ventura City Fire Department to commemorate 15th anniversary of 9/11, public invited

Ventura City Fire Department to commemorate 15th anniversary of 9/11, public invited

9/11: 28 Pages Later

9/11: 28 Pages Later

By Thomas L. Knapp In December of 2002, Congress released its report on the “Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Community Activities Before and After the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001.” Part of that report, anyway: 28 pages remained classified until July 15, 2016, when they were finally presented to the public with significant redactions. Why […]

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