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Xi’s Gotta Have It: How One Huge American Asset Manager Gets Its Green Cues From China

Xi’s Gotta Have It: How One Huge American Asset Manager Gets Its Green Cues From China

The following story is brought to you courtesy of PJ Media. Click the link to visit their page and see more stories. by: Bryan Preston Anyone who has been following the financial news, paying attention to their 401k, or trying their hand at retail investing with apps like Robinhood has surely seen or heard of “ESG.” ESG […]

Property Tax Postponement Applications Now Available

Property Tax Postponement Applications Now Available

SACRAMENTO—State Controller Betty T. Yee today announced that applications for property tax deferment for the 2021-2022 tax year are now available.  California’s Property Tax Postponement (PTP) Program, administered by Controller Yee, allows homeowners who are seniors – or who are blind or have a disability – and who meet income, equity, and other requirements to […]

Left-Wing Former Criminal Justice Professor Accused Of Setting Fires Near Massive Dixie Blaze In Northern California

Left-Wing Former Criminal Justice Professor Accused Of Setting Fires Near Massive Dixie Blaze In Northern California

by: JD Heyes (Natural News) It’s been this way for decades now, but California is an incubator of left-wing lunatics and Marxists, so it’s not surprising when someone who embraces that sort of ideology turns on the state because there is no controlling people like that. According to the Sacramento Bee, a former professor of criminal justice […]

NASA’s Terra Satellite Reveals Burn Scars From California’s Two Largest Fires

NASA’s Terra Satellite Reveals Burn Scars From California’s Two Largest Fires

By Lynn Jenner NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center On Aug. 26, 2020, NASA’s Terra satellite was able to image the two areas in California where the fires have been most active and using the false color reflectance bands on the MODIS (Moderate Resolution Infrared Spectroradiometer) instrument aboard. Using these bands, the burned areas or fire-affected areas are characterized by […]

Fight fires with facts – not fake science

Fight fires with facts – not fake science

  Paul Driessen & Duggan Flanakin “We are all born ignorant,” Benjamin Franklin once said, “but one must work very hard to remain stupid.” Greens are incensed over suggestions that anything but fossil fuels and climate change might be turning green California and Australian ecosystems into black wastelands, incinerating wildlife, destroying homes and killing people. […]

Friday Ventura County School Closures

Friday Ventura County School Closures

Ventura County Office of Education   Office of Education FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 31, 2019 For more information: Dave Schermer, Director of Communications 805-383-1922    [email protected] Ventura County School Closures for Friday, November 1, 2019 Due to safety and air quality concerns from the Maria Fire, the following Ventura County school closures have been announced for […]

Application period open for no-cost debris removal program

Application period open for no-cost debris removal program

VENTURA, Calif. – Ventura County is coordinating the application process for the California Office of Emergency Services Consolidated Debris Removal Program (CalRecycle) for Woolsey and Hill fire victims. The program is offered to Ventura County residents whose home was destroyed in the fires. Participation in the program requires property owners to submit a completed Right-of-Entry […]

FREE Webinar: Fundraising in Response to a Community Crisis

FREE Webinar: Fundraising in Response to a Community Crisis

About this event Date: Tuesday, December 11, 2018 Time: 10 am – 11:30 am Location: Online Webinar Co-Convened with NPRN, the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Santa Barbara & Ventura Counties Chapter, the Ventura County Community Foundation, and VISIONALITY When faced with a community crisis – catastrophic fires, droughts and floods, senseless acts of mass violence – how will you respond? How […]

Donald Trump Joins Democrats in California in Response to Wildfires

Donald Trump Joins Democrats in California in Response to Wildfires

By Charlie Spiering President Donald Trump teamed up with Governor Jerry Brown and Governor-elect Gavin Newsom to address the wildfires in California on Saturday. The president walked through the burned out remains of Paradise, California after 90 percent of the city was lost in the fires. “I’ve never seen anything like that,” Trump said about the […]

Moorpark College to Cancel Friday Classes and Close Campus

Moorpark College to Cancel Friday Classes and Close Campus

(CAMARILLO, Calif.) Nov. 8, 2018 – Moorpark College has canceled Friday classes and closed the campus as a result of the Woolsey Fire and related events. The Board of Trustees, Chancellor Gillespie, President Sanchez, and Moorpark, Oxnard, and Ventura colleges are following the situation and keeping students, faculty, and staff informed. Updated information is available […]

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