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Aaron Starr For Oxnard Mayor | Refocusing Oxnard’s Priorities, Vote For Change

Aaron Starr For Oxnard Mayor | Refocusing Oxnard’s Priorities, Vote For Change

By Aaron Starr  My wife and I love living here in Oxnard, but we are disappointed in Oxnard’s failed leadership. Consider what is happening under Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn’s watch: Deteriorating Streets — Mayor Flynn boasts about all the roads repaved since 2012 … but doesn’t mention that it takes 20 years to pave each street once […]

City Upon A Hill: Rise up to stop gang violence in West Ventura County

City Upon A Hill: Rise up to stop gang violence in West Ventura County

. By Michael Hernandez Invested men must rise up to stop gang violence in our local communities in West Ventura County (Port Hueneme—Oxnard—Ventura). What can we do? Begin prayer vigils and prayer walks in infected crime neighborhoods. Give invites to local churches in these same neighborhoods. Start Bible studies in each of these neighborhoods. Support […]

Baldwin Park pastor whose son was killed by gang violence challenges Teleios Men to love “the city”; be “peacemakers” and “forgive”

Baldwin Park pastor whose son was killed by gang violence challenges Teleios Men to love “the city”; be “peacemakers” and “forgive”

By Michael Hernandez Pastor David Diaz challenged the 500 men in attendance at the Teleios Men’s Summit (sponsored by Pastor Larry Titus of the Texas based Kingdom Global Ministries) at New Life Community Church, 1251 N. Rice Avenue to “love”; be “peacemakers” and “forgive” and “claim their city” for the Lord.” Pastor Diaz, shared how […]

Tuesday in Oxnard: $200,000 more to auditor, gang violence report, conflict of interest policy

Tuesday in Oxnard: $200,000 more to auditor, gang violence report, conflict of interest policy

The Oxnard City Council will discuss a gang violence report (citywide crime is up 56%),  another $194,000 for auditor Eadie and Payne to complete the troubled 2014-15 audit of City books, proposed new conflict of interest policy, plus closed session labor negotiations . The City and bargaining units have made no breakthroughs in realizing the […]

Honoring Jamiel Shaw

Honoring Jamiel Shaw

. .. . By Michael Greer Many of you will remember the murder of a young black football player, Jamiel Shaw. He was shot and killed by an illegal alien who had just been released from jail instead of being deported. Jamiel was a good kid from a strong, intact, Christian family. They lived in […]