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California Judge Says Governor’s Mail Ballot Order Violated Constitution

California Judge Says Governor’s Mail Ballot Order Violated Constitution

BY ZACHARY STIEBER California Gov. Gavin Newsom exceeded his authority and violated the state Constitution with an executive order that let all residents vote by mail if they wanted to, a California judge ruled. Sutter County Superior Court Judge Sarah Heckman ruled Nov. 13 that the order, N-67-20, “improperly amended existing statutory law, exceeding the governor’s authority and violating the […]

Capital Punishment in California | The Long Stall

Capital Punishment in California | The Long Stall

. ..   By Michele Hanisee Every time the issue of capital punishment has been put before California voters, they have voted to keep the death penalty and rejected efforts to eliminate it. Yet our paternalistic elected officials and their appointees smugly substitute their own values over the ratified votes of the majority. This includes […]

The Silliest Generation

The Silliest Generation

  By Victor Davis Hanson Every generation, in its modesty, used to think the prior one was far better. Tom Brokaw coined “The Greatest Generation” to remind Americans of what our fathers endured during the Depression and World War II—with the implicit message that we might not have been able to do what they did. […]

City of Oxnard awarded $4.1 million judgment that will go toward street improvements

City of Oxnard awarded $4.1 million judgment that will go toward street improvements

The Superior Court of California for the County of Ventura awarded a $4.1 million judgment on Sept. 26, 2016, to the City of Oxnard following a dispute between the City and Southern California Gas Company over the costs of relocating gas lines for the Rice Avenue/Santa Clara Avenue Interchange Improvement project that was completed in […]

Remember Hope

Remember Hope

By Brynne Betz Somewhere way up north, where the blackberries ooze plump and the summers are almost all sun, is a little cove tucked inside a hidden curve of forest. And overlooking that patch of magic that so few ever see, is a house. It’s small. And quaint. And it gives you an unexpected smile […]

Safeway Supermarkets settles in false advertising and unfair competition lawsuit

Safeway Supermarkets settles in false advertising and unfair competition lawsuit

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced today that Safeway Inc., the second largest food and drug retailer in North America, has agreed to settle a civil law enforcement action alleging they engaged in false advertising and unfair competition, as well as violated a 2008 Marin County injunction. The action was filed by […]