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CD26 Brownley Trying to Justify Her Impeachment Vote

CD26 Brownley Trying to Justify Her Impeachment Vote

GUEST EDITORIAL By Mark Savalla Response to Julia Brownley letter originally published in the Ventura County Star. Recently Julia Brownley attempted to explain why she voted to impeach President Trump for the second time. (https://juliabrownley.house.gov/rep-julia-brownley-why-i-voted-to-impeach-the-president-again) I had to ask myself: why would an elected official have to explain their vote? Was it because there was an […]

Oxnard Measure M Wastewater Trial Fails to Finish on Schedule- next hearing 2-23-18

Oxnard Measure M Wastewater Trial Fails to Finish on Schedule- next hearing 2-23-18

By George Miller Friday, January 5, 2018 was supposed to be the last day of the City of Oxnard vs. Aaron Starr civil lawsuit challenging the legality of the Measure M voter initiative rescinding the 2016 88% wastewater rate increase. This has dragged on for a year. Judge Rocky Baio slapped an injunction on Measure […]

Local activist fights on in civil rights case

Local activist fights on in civil rights case

By Bruce Boyer   Editor’s note:  After a long dispute about the allowability of vehicle advertising signs, where he repeatedly baited authorities with test cases (not just in Simi Valley, but some LA County cities), had repeated citations, confiscations, he was arrested without notice, jailed and charged with what he says are 10 criminal offenses. […]

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Bracket Buster

Cartoonist Chip Bok: Bracket Buster

 Chip Bok, capsule Bokbluster.com March 17, medicine 2015 It’s March Madness week. The president has a pen, viagra he’s filling out his bracket, and he doesn’t need Congressional approval. Here’s a cool bracket from FiveThirtyEight. You can roll over any team and it will give that teams chance of winning any game right up to the […]

10 Important Facts About the FCC’s Net Neutrality Rules

10 Important Facts About the FCC’s Net Neutrality Rules

By Alice Salles February 27, 2015—Things have drastically changed for the Internet after the Federal Communications Commission passed the new rules cheered by President Obama. But how will these changes impact you? Obama promises the new rules will “even out” the playing field. Opponents warn about new taxes. But who’s right and how do we get […]