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Trump Has Secured Funding For More Than Half Of Border Wall

Trump Has Secured Funding For More Than Half Of Border Wall

Saagar Enjeti | White House Correspondent    One hundred eleven miles of new or replacement wall is either being built or is in progress on the southern border after Trump’s first two years in office, an administration official tells The Daily Caller. All told, the administration has secured funding for approximately 445 miles of the […]

California Abortion Providers Brace For Financial Blow, Consider Options As Trump Administration’s Title X Regulations Loom

California Abortion Providers Brace For Financial Blow, Consider Options As Trump Administration’s Title X Regulations Loom

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Terrible news for the Hollywood Left, the rich liberals that use Planned Parenthood for eugenics purposes and the Washington politicians that believe abortion is the way to electoral victory. “Proposed changes to Title X, the federal program that governs funding for family-planning providers, could hurt Planned Parenthood […]

Ted Cruz Offers An Idea About What The US Should Do With El Chapo’s $14 Billion In Assets

Ted Cruz Offers An Idea About What The US Should Do With El Chapo’s $14 Billion In Assets

 By CHRIS WHITE, Energy Reporter   Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas floated the possibility Tuesday of using the seized assets of convicted drug cartel kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzmán to help build a wall at the southern border. “America’s justice system prevailed today in convicting Joaquín Guzmán Loera, aka El Chapo, on all 10 counts,” […]

Donald Trump Announces Decision to Temporarily End Government Shutdown

Donald Trump Announces Decision to Temporarily End Government Shutdown

By Charles Spiering President Donald Trump announced Friday a plan to end the partial government shutdown, by temporarily caving to Democrat demands to reopen the government. Trump agreed to reopen the government for three weeks while negotiations continued — with no apparent wall funding concessions from Democrats. The president warned that if Congress could not […]

Oxnard Approves Harbor Water Problem Testing/Analysis & Planning; Finalizes New Controversial Committee System

Oxnard Approves Harbor Water Problem Testing/Analysis & Planning;  Finalizes New Controversial Committee System

By George Miller Agenda items  J-2&3- The Council finalized, but not without major public dissent, via the consent agenda, the “Sunshine ordinance” for added transparency and the new committee meeting approach approved with contention at the last meeting on October 23 (ref .10-23 meeting report below): Oxnard Rams Through New Committee Management System & 100% […]

Oxnard Debates, approves $275K More for Homeless Shelter and Encampments “Abatement”

Oxnard Debates, approves $275K More for Homeless Shelter and Encampments “Abatement”

By George Miller Meeting AGENDA (Video will follow) E. CEREMONIAL CALENDAR 1. SUBJECT: Presentation of a Proclamation Designating the Month of October, 2018 as “Domestic Violence Awareness Month” in the City of Oxnard. Olga Medina and Sgt Dave Walker accepted a proclamation on this. 2. SUBJECT: Presentation of a Commendation to Pablo Ortiz for His […]

Illegal Use of Gas Tax Funds to Campaign Against Prop 6 Gas Tax Repeal Triggers Federal Investigation

Illegal Use of Gas Tax Funds to Campaign Against Prop 6 Gas Tax Repeal Triggers Federal Investigation

State and Local government employees have been caught campaigning against Prop 6 on government time; email marked “Sensitive” Sought to “Target” Vulnerable Republican Members of Congress Who Back Prop 6 Today, leaders of the Yes on Prop 6 – Gas Tax Repeal Campaign released emails, government documents, videos, photos, and other evidence showing state and […]

Just How Much Money Might CalPERS Have to Collect in an Economic Downturn?

Just How Much Money Might CalPERS Have to Collect in an Economic Downturn?

. .… By Edward Ring When evaluating the financial challenges facing California’s state and local public employee pension funds, a compelling question to consider is when, exactly when, will these funds financially collapse? That is, of course, an impossible question to answer. CalPERS, for example, manages hundreds of billions in assets, which means that long […]

Port Hueneme City Council Votes to Place Local Funding Measure On November Ballot | Maintain Public Safety & Quality of Life Services

Port Hueneme City Council Votes to Place Local Funding Measure On November Ballot | Maintain Public Safety & Quality of Life Services

Port Hueneme, CA – The Port Hueneme City Council voted last night to place the Port Hueneme 911/Essential Services Measure for voter consideration on the November 2018 election. If enacted by voters, the measure would generate $1.8 million annually to support vital public safety and quality of life services. “We are pleased to place this […]

Assemblymember Irwin secures $9.5 million in California budget for Oxnard wastewater treatment plant

Assemblymember Irwin secures $9.5 million in California budget for Oxnard wastewater treatment plant

SACRAMENTO – Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin (D-Thousand Oaks) announced she has secured funding in the California budget to make emergency repairs to the City of Oxnard’s wastewater treatment plant. A recent assessment from the city’s Capital Improvement Projects state that 40% of the facility is in poor or very poor condition with 72% at a moderate, […]