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Keeping Your Child Safe From Bullying, Cyberbullying, And More | Free All-day Event

Keeping Your Child Safe From Bullying, Cyberbullying, And More | Free All-day Event

United Parents will host a free event on November 29th from 9:30 am until 7:30 pm at the Oxnard Church for the Nations, 270 West 5th St., in Oxnard.  The overall theme of the event is “How to Keep My Child Safe.” This theme has been highly prevalent in our parent/caregiver surveys that have been distributed countywide. […]

NEA’s and Hillary’s Bully Folly

NEA’s and Hillary’s Bully Folly

  by LARRY SAND For several weeks now, the National Education Association has been running ads in in nine swing states on the so-called “Trump effect.” The six-figure campaign maintains that Donald Trump’s inflammatory campaign rhetoric has caused a substantial uptick in bullying in schools. NEA president Lily Eskelsen García asserts, “There is bullying going on, […]

How FIVE separate FBI cases are probing virtually every one of Clinton’s inner circle and their families

How FIVE separate FBI cases are probing virtually every one of Clinton’s inner circle and their families

By Dailymail.com Reporters, 11-1-16 Influence peddling, acting for Putin’s ally, hiding classified secrets and sexting- how FIVE separate FBI cases are probing virtually every on of Clinton’s inner circle and their families Scale of FBI investigations into Clinton’s closest aides and friends is becoming clear  Besides Huma Abedin,  a swathe of long-time loyalists are at the […]

Kids Corner: The Declaration of Independence

Kids Corner: The Declaration of Independence

By Tyler Bolsoni  July, link 2013 Let’s look at the Declaration of Independence. The first paragraph is about separating from England.   Back then the government picked your religion.  The second paragraph states that God gave us  certain rights that can never be taken away.  These rights should be secured by government.  If the government stands […]