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Maryland School System Told Students There Is A ‘Dual Pandemic’ — COVID-19 And ‘Systemic Racism’

Maryland School System Told Students There Is A ‘Dual Pandemic’ — COVID-19 And ‘Systemic Racism’

Kendall Tietz  The most populous county in Maryland has implemented “psychoeducational lessons” that tell students there is a “dual pandemic” involving COVID-19 and “systemic racism,” according to documents obtained by Judicial Watch and first reported by Fox News Thursday.  Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) promoted materials like “Antiracist Baby” by Ibram X. Kendi in a […]

Re: VC Star Editorial; Oxnard Moves From Mistake; Sept 19, 2021

Re: VC Star Editorial; Oxnard Moves From Mistake; Sept 19, 2021

by Ray Blattel I read this editorial with great interest.  But why not tell the whole story and not just from the city’s viewpoint?  The truth of the matter is, if the city would have just immediately ceased the collection of the Infrastructure User Fee (IUF) as proposed by the so-called “anti-government critic” at a […]

Words Mean Things, And The “Treason” Talk Is Tiresome

Words Mean Things, And The “Treason” Talk Is Tiresome

by Thomas L. Knapp Since about the time that Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election, the word “treason” has become one of the most over-used — and more importantly MIS-used — words in the English language. Not just by his opponents, who broke out the t-word every time they tried to blame Hillary Clinton’s […]

Operation Clear Track

Operation Clear Track

Nature of Incident: Operation Clear Track Location: Camarillo, Ca Date & Time: September 20th – 26th Unit(s) Responsible: Camarillo Police Department Traffic Bureau Narrative: The Camarillo Police Department joins North American railroad safety effort aimed at reducing preventable deaths and injuries near tracks and trains Camarillo, CA – The Camarillo Police Department is proud to […]

When Can A Soldier Disobey An Order?

When Can A Soldier Disobey An Order?

by JOHN FORD In March 1968, a U.S. infantry platoon under the command of 2nd Lt. William “Rusty” Calley conducted a raid of a hamlet called My Lai in Quang Ngai Province of South Vietnam. After taking the hamlet, Calley ordered his men to round up the remaining civilians, herd them into a ditch, and gun them […]

Ventura County Votes to Update Antiquated Laws Around Oil Permitting

Ventura County Votes to Update Antiquated Laws Around Oil Permitting

By Tomás Morales Rebecchi Ventura — On Thursday, the Ventura County Planning Commission voted 4-1 to update the Zoning Ordinance for oil and gas wells operating under antiquated permits. Thousands of oil wells in Ventura County operate under “antiquated permits” that were issued up to 75 years ago—before environmental and human health impacts were known, […]

New laws or changes to existing laws that go into effect on Jan. 1, 2019 meant to make California roads safer

New laws or changes to existing laws that go into effect on Jan. 1, 2019 meant to make California roads safer

Several new laws or changes go into effect come the New Year and they’re designed to make California roads safer. Here’s a look at the new laws or changes that will be made to existing ones: Helmet restrictions If you’re under 18 and not wearing a helmet on a bicycle, scooter, skateboard or skates then […]

No gun sales under age 21 in California starting in 2019

No gun sales under age 21 in California starting in 2019

BY ALEXEI KOSEFF [email protected] Californians under the age of 21 will no longer be able to legally buy firearms starting next year. Gov. Jerry Brown on Friday signed Senate Bill 1100, which raises the age limit for the purchase of long guns, such as rifles and shotguns, from 18 to 21. The state already restricts handgun sales to […]

California: Legislature Reconvenes After Summer Recess

California: Legislature Reconvenes After Summer Recess

On Monday, August 6, the California Legislature returns from Summer recess with hearings on firearm- and hunting-related bills in both the Senate and Assembly Appropriations Committees. Use the take action button below to contact the respective committee members. The Senate Appropriations Committee is scheduled to meet at 10am on Monday, August 6. Use the take […]

Constitution Week, Ventura County, and YOU!

Constitution Week, Ventura County, and YOU!

By Deborah Baber Savalla Saturday September 23, 2017 marks the official end of Constitution Week 2017 celebrations, proclamations, and recognition. This year is the 230th birthday of our United States Constitution, ready for ratification on September 17, 1787. It is never too late to celebrate our vaunted, law-giving, life-affirming document in Ventura County though. On Monday, […]

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