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Santa Paula, CA | Service Line Protection Available For Homeowners

Santa Paula, CA | Service Line Protection Available For Homeowners

Santa Paula, CA – The City of Santa Paula has partnered with Service Line Warranties of America (SLWA) to offer protection for homeowners for external water and sewer lines. The coverage is voluntary and available at affordable monthly or annual prices. “In today’s economy, it’s important for the City to help homeowners find affordable protection […]

DNC California Democratic Party Smears All Candidates In New Phone Call

DNC California Democratic Party Smears All Candidates In New Phone Call

by Chris Bailey 12 September 2021, Ventura County  As the California Recall Race heats up, the DNC has chosen to mislead the Electorate by making claims ALL candidates running for Governor are somehow not vetted. Received at 2:03 pm on Sunday, September 12, 2021 “Hi, Chris my name is Carol,  I’m a volunteer with the […]

City Of Ventura Receives Highest Certification Score For Its 2021-2022 Investment Policy

City Of Ventura Receives Highest Certification Score For Its 2021-2022 Investment Policy

Ventura, Calif. – The City of Ventura’s Finance Department was awarded one of the highest accreditation scores by the California Municipal Treasurers Association (CMTA) for its Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Investment Policy. The City Council adopted the updated investment policy in June 2021. The City received 99 out of 100 points, one of the highest scores awarded […]

Ethics, Morals, Truth and the Constitution (Part II)

Ethics, Morals, Truth and the Constitution (Part II)

    By Sigrid Weidenweber My last article addressed our split-society from the view- point of lawyer, seeing that laws, once serving well, are now circumvented or not enforced. Since then, I have looked at the facts with the eye of a religious conservative. Most intriguing was an article in the Wall Street Journal’s Notable […]

Ethics, Morals, Truth and the Constitution (Part I)

Ethics, Morals, Truth and the Constitution (Part I)

    By Sigrid Weidenweber It piques my interest, when on the same day two essays show up on my desk with almost identical topics but different reasons for the demise of a society that lost the majority of moral, responsible thinkers and is cleaved into two, diametrically opposed, factions. One way of reasoning deals […]

What a tangled web Bloom weaves, since first it practiced to deceive

What a tangled web Bloom weaves, since first it practiced to deceive

  By Paul Driessen and Clint Laird Bloom Energy executives, investment bankers, venture capitalists, politicians, regulators and others involved in advancing Bloom’s business, reputation and financial dealings are living the complicated life that flows from lying. Lies typically start small. Often, they’re small deceptions. But deceptions can metastasize into a tangled web of lies that threatens corporate […]

That’s Hypocrisy: DC Swamp Creatures vs. Kellyanne Conway

That’s Hypocrisy: DC Swamp Creatures vs. Kellyanne Conway

. By Thomas L. Knapp Members of Congress from both sides of the aisle, as well as various “watchdog” groups, are up in arms over $99 textured open-front cardigans, $125 suede slingback pumps, and $98 pebbled leather crossbody bags. Yes, really. In an appearance on Fox and Friends, presidential adviser Kellyanne Conway made the mistake […]

Expert will discuss the future of food: Cal Lutheran presentations to look at ethical questions

Expert will discuss the future of food: Cal Lutheran presentations to look at ethical questions

Food systems of the future and the ethical questions they raise will be the topic of free lectures at California Lutheran University. Paul B. Thompson, an expert on food sources and community ethics, will discuss “Probing Future Foods” during the annual Harold Stoner Clark Lectures on Tuesday, Feb. 21, in Samuelson Chapel on the Thousand […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Drawing the Line

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Drawing the Line

By L.Neil Smith As another election season starts to heat up (I don’t know why; nothing political in my lifetime has ever changed except by getting worse) it’s time again to discuss what it’s really all about this time, what the principal issue really is, a topic usually found buried in stinking darkness under tons […]