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Congressional candidate Antonio Sabato Jr. does Oxnard

Congressional candidate Antonio Sabato Jr. does Oxnard

By George Miller Congressional (CD26) primary candidate and actor Antonio Sabato, Jr. visited Oxnard on Wednesday for what was billed as a “meet and greet” & Town Hall opportunity, but turned into a policy session mostly addressing guns and immigration. About 40 people came and went during a one hour+ session at downtown’s Cafe Tomas. […]

Jeffrey Burum “The Cali Bear” – Endorsement – CD-26 Candidate Comparison

Jeffrey Burum “The Cali Bear” – Endorsement – CD-26 Candidate Comparison

        Jeffrey D. Burum, Republican, Constitutionalist Candidate for U.S. House of Representatives CA 26 – Primary June 5th! “Four words that have always guided my life: Duty, Honor, Country, God.” -Jeffrey Burum Oxnard resident, United States Air Force Major (Retired) Jeffrey Burum, also known as “The California Bear,” is a Republican, Constitutionalist […]

Ambitious woman will run for California Governor

Ambitious woman will run for California Governor

By Jim Sullivan   Stasyi Barth is an ambitious woman–she intends to run for California Governor in 2018.  And her political goals are just as ambitious.  Among other things, she wants to:          o  restore the rule of law in California          o  give control of their state back to Californians          o  reform the […]

On-board Channel Islands Parade of Lights 2017 winner!

On-board Channel Islands Parade of Lights 2017 winner!

By George Miller The Channel Islands Parade of Lights is one of Oxnard’s premier holiday events.  Everything from large yachts down to kayaks are decorated for the Christmas/holiday season and paraded up and down the main channels of the harbor, giving it its most festive look for the year. This year’s theme was “Fairy Tales […]

CA District 26 Congressional candidate’s movie career more controversial than thought

CA District 26 Congressional candidate’s movie career more controversial than thought

By George Miller Ventura County Republicans in the know are abuzz about a CA District 26 Congressional candidate’s controversial movie career. Antonio Sabato Jr. emigrated to the US when he was a boy, went to Beverly Hills HS and that’s about as far as he went academically. But he made a successful career for himself […]

District 44 Assembly candidate Chavez statement on Conejo book policy

District 44 Assembly candidate Chavez statement on Conejo book policy

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Gas tax repeal petitions available starting Black Friday

Gas tax repeal petitions available starting Black Friday

AG’s office issues deceptive Title and Summary but that won’t stop Californians from repealing new gas tax – Petitions available statewide starting on Black Friday SACRAMENTO, CA – -Today, California’s Attorney General issued another deceptive ballot measure title and summary in an obvious attempt to fool voters about the new gas and car tax. His political […]

Gas taxes go up at midnight

Gas taxes go up at midnight

  Fill your tank before the Democrats 12-cents a gallon tax hike takes effect. . Tomorrow, courtesy of the legislative majority party, the price of gas goes up 12-cents a gallon and diesel goes up 20-cents a gallon in California. And there is no guarantee those dollars will fix our roads. I voted NO on […]

43rd Annual PAL National Boxing Championship again held in Oxnard!

43rd Annual PAL National Boxing Championship again held in Oxnard!

By Peter Godinez (Xerox Ambassador) The community of Oxnard recently completed another successful event:  the 43rd Annual Oxnard PAL National Boxing Championship.  Hundreds of people turned up at the event, featuring both female and male competitive boxers from all parts of the U.S.  Match results at end of this article.   The profile of people involved […]

Conejo Schools “BookGate” war continues

Conejo Schools “BookGate” war continues

By George Miller (published 10-6-17, updated 10-7-17) On Tuesday, October 3, the Conejo Valley Unified High School District Board of Education met and discussed (among other things) what to do about the core literature list controversy. There has been much discussion about some books and whether their content is age-appropriate for students. Some opponents of […]