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Join the Port of Hueneme and Community Partners at our Job Fair: Saturday, March 7, 10am-4pm

Join the Port of Hueneme and Community Partners at our Job Fair: Saturday, March 7, 10am-4pm

Location: Port of Hueneme Administrative Offices 333 Ponoma Street, Port Hueneme, CA Download Flyer Over 100 jobs from the Port and Community Partners are being filled Resume building skills & interview practice training available Kid’s Korner Activity Area will be provided Questions? Contact [email protected] or (805) 271-2509 Open positions from the Port of Hueneme: Community Outreach Coordinator – Position […]

Watchdog Group Tells 5 States of Millions of Extra Voter Registrations

Watchdog Group Tells 5 States of Millions of Extra Voter Registrations

BY MATTHEW VADUM   At least 2.5 million extra voter registrations are on the voter rolls of 378 counties nationwide, according to the good-government group Judicial Watch. Democrats have long denied that voter fraud affects electoral outcomes and claims that those on the right want to crack down on voter fraud solely as a means of preventing […]

Virginia’s Election Should Serve as a Wakeup Call

Virginia’s Election Should Serve as a Wakeup Call

  By Raynard Jackson Virginia’s Election Should Serve as a Wakeup Call Last week Virginia had its state legislative races.  Republicans got their heads handed to them on a silver platter.  Democrats now have a majority in the state legislature for the first time in almost 30 years; and the also have the governor’s seat. Virginia used to […]

Is History Repeating Itself?

Is History Repeating Itself?

  By Richard Colman The president is unpopular.  He cannot go anywhere without attracting hoards of demonstrators.  The nation is sharply divided.  There is war without end.  The stock market is erratic.  Is this America in 2019?  No.  This is America in 1968, one of the worst single years in American history.  In 1968, President […]

Redistricting In California | Learn the facts… get involved… consider submitting YOUR application to draw the lines!

Redistricting In California | Learn the facts… get involved… consider submitting YOUR application to draw the lines!

EDITOR’S NOTE: On Thursday, June 26 the US Supreme Court handed down a verdict on redistricting, often called “political gerrymandering”. As noted in many opinion pieces, “both parties do it” and “this has been going on for a very long time”. On Thursday, the Justices basically refused to get involved in what the Majority considered […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | With Friends Like These Who Needs Democrats

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | With Friends Like These Who Needs Democrats

  By L. Neil Smith Rodney William Ansell was a widely-respected  Australian cattleman, hunter, and outbacker, most famous for his survival skills under harsh conditions, who served as the model for the movie character “Crocodile Dundee”. His business and his family were destroyed by trendy environmentalist legislation. In 1999, resisting a series of new victim […]

OPINION: Dems Have Passed HR 1 — And It Could Make Life A Lot Harder For AOC

OPINION: Dems Have Passed HR 1 — And It Could Make Life A Lot Harder For AOC

Eric Wang | Institute for Free Speech   Democrats in the House of Representatives passed H.R. 1 on a party-line vote on Friday morning. Their signature legislation purports to “shine a light on dark money in politics” and to “enhance [the] enforcement mechanisms” of the Federal Election Commission (FEC). Ironically, campaign finance controversies surrounding Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, […]

Eber: Midway at the Midway

Eber: Midway at the Midway

  By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views  “ The tumultuous 2018 midterm campaign, shaped by conflicts over race and identity and punctuated by tragedy, barreled through its final weekend as voters prepared to deliver a verdict on the first half of President Trump’s term, with Republicans bracing for losses in the House and state […]

Is the GOP going to be able to once again compete?

Is the GOP going to be able to once again compete?

  By Richard Eber I think it was Boss Tweed of Tammany Hall fame who once quipped “Vote early and vote often”.  While such advice should not be taken literally today, it is a good illustration of the enthusiasm political parties should have in getting their supporters to participate on Election Day. In California, the […]

Election 2018: The More Things Don’t Change, the More They Stay the Same

Election 2018: The More Things Don’t Change, the More They Stay the Same

  By Thomas L. Knapp In 1992, Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton ran on a platform of “change.” He used the word a lot. His first campaign slogan was “for people for change.” “Change” here, “change” there, “change” everywhere and all the time. I found the “change” theme kind of odd coming from Clinton. At […]

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