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San Jose Mercury Editorial Ignores Reality, Caters To Extremists

San Jose Mercury Editorial Ignores Reality, Caters To Extremists

By More Water Now Perhaps to atone for an article they’d published a few days earlier, which offered a balanced report on our effort to qualify a ballot measure to fund and fast track construction of water supply infrastructure in California, the San Jose Mercury on November 19 published a blistering editorial that condemned the initiative. But the editorial was filled […]

The Problem As I See It.

The Problem As I See It.

Opinion by Mark Savalla America is facing its greatest threat to our way of life and the destruction of the Constitution. The illegal election has placed an incompetent Communist in charge of the country and the imbedded deep state are doing everything it can to change our country before this problem is corrected. It should […]

Re: VC Star Editorial; Oxnard Moves From Mistake; Sept 19, 2021

Re: VC Star Editorial; Oxnard Moves From Mistake; Sept 19, 2021

by Ray Blattel I read this editorial with great interest.  But why not tell the whole story and not just from the city’s viewpoint?  The truth of the matter is, if the city would have just immediately ceased the collection of the Infrastructure User Fee (IUF) as proposed by the so-called “anti-government critic” at a […]

COMMENTARY | A Response to the Editor of Christianity Today

COMMENTARY | A Response to the Editor of Christianity Today

By Dennis Prager  The editor-in-chief of Christianity Today, Mark Galli, wrote an editorial calling for the impeachment of President Donald Trump. In my view, this editorial only serves to confirm one of the sadder realizations of my life: that religious conviction guarantees neither moral clarity nor common sense. The gist of the editorial—and of most religious and conservative […]

GOP Volunteers Makes the Republican Party in California Possible

GOP Volunteers Makes the Republican Party in California Possible

    By Stephen Frank, Editorial, California Political News and Views, The first thing we ask a candidate for office is how much money can they raise?  The second question is who is your consultant/strategist?  If they cannot raise the money or do not have a quality consultant, you might rightly surmise that they are […]

NYT Op-Ed: Charles Manson Was Just Another Right-Winger

NYT Op-Ed: Charles Manson Was Just Another Right-Winger

By Brittany M. Hughes, 11-21-17 The New York Times ran an opinion column Tuesday claiming that Charles Manson – the now deceased infamous cult leader who orchestrated the gruesome deaths of nine people in Los Angeles back in 1969 – wasn’t so much a warped product of his times as he was a crazy right-winger. Because nothing says […]

Stop Putting Government on a Pedestal… Don’t Label Crimes against Police “Hate Crimes”

Stop Putting Government on a Pedestal… Don’t Label Crimes against Police “Hate Crimes”

    By Kevin Harris In May, 2016, Louisiana became the first state to make attacking police officers (and firefighters) a hate crime. Since then, 13 more states, most of them Republican-led, have passed “penalty enhancements” for crimes against police, with more on the way.  Once you get past the irony of Republicans pushing through […]

President Trump: In my first 100 days, I kept my promise to Americans

By Donald J. Trump, April 29, 2017 One hundred days ago, I took the oath of office and made a pledge: We are not merely going to transfer political power from one party to another, but instead are going to transfer that power from Washington, D.C., and give it back to the people. In the past 100 […]

Dysfunctional PH Council and Dysfunctional Star editorial board?

Dysfunctional PH Council and Dysfunctional Star editorial board?

By George Miller   Editor’s note: We are republishing the following VC Star editorial beneath our commentary, under the “Fair Use” doctrine, to do commentary on it. In November, 2014, the City of Port Hueneme voters elected to bring in two reform candidates to the Council: Tom Figg, a well-regarded consultant with extensive city planning credentials/experience as […]

“The Acorn” on Planned Parenthood arson

“The Acorn” on Planned Parenthood arson

 By George  Miller Most of you have heard about the fire at Thousand Oaks Planned Parenthood about a week ago which turned out to be arson. We deplored it in CitizensJournal (Planned Parenthood Thousand Oaks arson: violence is not the answer to violence ) as did many others.  If you search our site, you will see […]

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