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Judge Issues Ruling On Hospital Workers Challenging COVID-Vaccine Mandate

Judge Issues Ruling On Hospital Workers Challenging COVID-Vaccine Mandate

By Jack Davis, The Western Journa Employees of a Houston hospital who refused to take the coronavirus vaccine, despite orders from their employer, were left out in the cold Saturday after a judge tossed out their lawsuit against the hospital. In March, Houston Methodist Hospital said all of its employees had to be vaccinated by June 7 to […]

Follow the Science, at Least on Nutrition

Follow the Science, at Least on Nutrition

Paul Driessen If we’ve learned anything from the Covid-19 pandemic, it’s the importance of solid, up-to-date scientific information – and the regulatory flexibility necessary to respond quickly to new information. At least with some aspects of Covid prevention and treatment, “follow the science” became the guiding mantra, as sustained inquiry into the corona virus progressed […]

Study shows masks did not slow spread of coronavirus

Study shows masks did not slow spread of coronavirus

By Art Moore WND News Center Researchers also found numerous negative effects State mask mandates did not help slow the spread of COVID-19, according to a news study by the Univesity of Louisville. The study, based on CDC data covering multiple seasons, pointed out that 80% of U.S. states mandated masks during the COVID-19 pandemic,” Townhall reported While […]

Commentary | Science With the Union Label

Commentary | Science With the Union Label

COLUMN By Larry Sand Despite the reopening happy talk, more than half of all California’s k-12 students remain in distance learning. While schools in California have reopened, a study by EdSource reveals that 55 percent of all public school students in California have not returned to their physical classroom. And just 13 percent of all students in […]

The Business of Camarillo City Council continues 12 May 2021. Council meeting venue changes to Camarillo Library on 19 May 2021

The Business of Camarillo City Council continues 12 May 2021. Council meeting venue changes to Camarillo Library on 19 May 2021

News By Chris Bailey 15 May 2021, Camarillo The business of the city is important, very important. Open council meetings are important, and in fact required by law. Every Camarillo Councilmember understands the duty of this public format.  It’s an obligation required by the Brown Act. Attendance at the second Camarillo City Council in-person meeting […]

Legislators present case against Newsom before appeals court

Legislators present case against Newsom before appeals court

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – Two California state legislators presented oral arguments before the Third Circuit Court of Appeals Tuesday in their lawsuit against Gov. Gavin Newsom over whether he violated the state constitution’s separation of powers and state Emergency Services Act (CESA) by invoking numerous executive orders. Assemblyman Kevin Kiley, […]

Camarillo City Council Reopens to In-Person Meetings; Budget Meeting Moved to April 28

Camarillo City Council Reopens to In-Person Meetings; Budget Meeting Moved to April 28

News By Chris Bailey 22 April 2021, Camarillo Whether you are convinced the shutdown of all government offices and in person services was a complete hoax, or actually enjoy the ability to do business with your local government exclusively with the buffer of a keyboard, things are changing even more the last week of April!  […]

Orange County digital vaccine passport program receives backlash

Orange County digital vaccine passport program receives backlash

Bethany Blankley | The Center Square contributor (The Center Square) – Orange County officials are launching a taxpayer-funded vaccine passport pilot program, while a state Republican lawmaker introduced legislation to ban the practice. While the Orange County Health Care Agency says its new digital vaccine passport will “enable individuals to participate safely and with peace of mind […]

18 Reasons I Won’t Be Getting a Covid Vaccine

18 Reasons I Won’t Be Getting a Covid Vaccine

Editor’s Note: We are not opposed to vaccines. They have done much good. But there are risks and this article describes them masterfully, especially in regards to those for COVID. There are varying definitions of what a “vaccine ” is and we are not sure these even meet the more rigorous definitions. Modifying RNA for […]

Commentary | Shut Up Already

Commentary | Shut Up Already

EDITORIAL By Al X This is directed at people who have received the covid “vaccinations.” They don’t even qualify as legitimate vaccines, but you are oblivious to that and other inconvenient facts that should’ve prevented you from getting inoculated in the first place. You get your “news” from mainstream media, believe in wearing masks and adore […]

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