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Food Prices Surge in Biggest Jump Since 1974

Food Prices Surge in Biggest Jump Since 1974

BY ALAN MCDONNELL   Food prices across the United States have skyrocketed due to the effects of the CCP virus as consumer stockpiling, panic buying, and supply chain difficulties combined to produce the “largest monthly increase since February 1974,” according to a report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). The Director of Food Policy at the Consumer Federation […]

FCC Opens Probe Into Sprint, Accuses It Of Receiving Millions Of Dollars Meant For Low-Income Program

FCC Opens Probe Into Sprint, Accuses It Of Receiving Millions Of Dollars Meant For Low-Income Program

CHRIS WHITE TECH REPORTER   Sprint allegedly received millions of dollars meant to subsidize phone service for low-income consumers, according to the Federal Communications Commission. FCC chairman Ajit Pai said in a statement that the ploy was a “careless disregard” for taxpayers and commission rules. “It’s outrageous that a company would claim millions of taxpayer dollars […]

Treasurer Ma and State Board Raise Ceiling on Bonds Used Often to Develop Affordable Housing

Treasurer Ma and State Board Raise Ceiling on Bonds Used Often to Develop Affordable Housing

 SACRAMENTO – The California Debt Limit Allocation Committee (CDLAC), chaired by California State Treasurer Fiona Ma, on Wednesday unanimously voted to raise the 2019 state bond cap for qualifying private activity bonds to $4,153,489,725, a $2,141,160 increase over the state ceiling set in 2018.   At the same time, the committee reaffirmed its continuing legislative […]

Obamacare Harming Even Lower-Income Americans

Obamacare Harming Even Lower-Income Americans

Obamacare’s open enrollment, which began this week for 2017, is about as appealing as the grand opening of a DMV. Those who have logged onto HealthCare.gov since Tuesday have encountered, on average, 25-percent premium increases and reduced numbers of insurers. Only someone living in a fantasy world would describe this rolling disaster by saying, “It’s […]

Legislature approves $50-per-month diaper benefit

Legislature approves $50-per-month diaper benefit

Women’s Wellness: Is Planned Parenthood the only game in town?

Women’s Wellness: Is Planned Parenthood the only game in town?

By Debra Tash The recent controversy stirred up by the Center for Medical Progress, with its undercover videos of Planned Parenthood‘s fetal organ donation program, has prompted the abortion giant to fight back by touting its wellness services to low income women.  The question is are they the only organization providing such services? Governor Bobby […]

Camarillo: School Supplies for Ventura County’s Low-Income Children–August 9th

Camarillo: School Supplies for Ventura County’s Low-Income Children–August 9th

The Alayah Foundation will be holding its annual backpack distribution event for the upcoming school year. Backpacks filled with school supplies will be provided to low income children located throughout Ventura County. The event will be held at Willem Hair Design (WHD), 96 E. Daily Dr., Camarillo, Calif. on Sunday, Aug. 9 from 11:00 a.m. […]

Poor in CA whipsawed by disorganized health agencies

Poor in CA whipsawed by disorganized health agencies