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Thousand Oaks City Council postpones decision on exclusive franchise solid waste agreements

Thousand Oaks City Council postpones decision on exclusive franchise solid waste agreements

By Michael Hernandez   THOUSAND OAKS—The City Council decided on Tuesday to adopt a suggestion by City Manager Andrew Powers to postpone a decision until January 28th on whether to approve exclusive franchise solid waste agreements worth $20 million per year for USA Waste of California, Inc. (a Waste Management Company) and Newbury Disposal Company […]

Outgoing Mayor Rob McCoy feted at City Council re-organization meeting

Outgoing Mayor Rob McCoy feted at City Council re-organization meeting

By Michael Hernandez  THOUSAND OAKS—“You consoled a community of broken hearts after the Borderline mass shooting,” said Ventura County Supervisor Linda Parks—who served as Thousand Oaks Mayor from 1998-1999—during comments and proclamations made at Tuesday evening’s City Council re-organization meeting which feted the outgoing Mayor Rob McCoy. Certificates were presented to Mayor McCoy from field […]

A Chicago Suburb School District Requires Girls to Share Locker Room

A Chicago Suburb School District Requires Girls to Share Locker Room

By Michael Hernandez PALATINE—A northwestern school district in a suburb of Chicago (population 69,000) is forcing females to share locker rooms with biological males in a 5-2 board decision made mid-November that is being called a “landmark” decision for transgender advocates nationwide.  Privacy stalls are available but transgender students will not be required to use […]

Conejo Valley | Student trustee discusses role of psychologists and mental health service

Conejo Valley | Student trustee discusses role of psychologists and mental health service

By Michael Hernandez   THOUSAND OAKS—Conejo Valley Unified School District student trustee Jordan Scott (Westlake High School senior) spoke first during board comments on the role school psychologists have on campus and whether schools had the proper support for mental health. “Is the school psychologist advertised on campus?  Is there proper support for mental health?  […]

Attack on Hong Kong Epoch Times printing press needs to be condemned

Attack on Hong Kong Epoch Times printing press needs to be condemned

    By Michael Hernandez  Americans who value the Constitution and the 1st Amendment (Bill of Rights) which establishes:  “the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assembly, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances” should condemn the Nov. 19th attack on the Hong […]

Americans need to stop federal funding of corporate ‘racist’ baby killer

Americans need to stop federal funding of corporate ‘racist’ baby killer

By Michael Hernandez  Americans need to stop federal funding of Planned Parenthood—the corporate “racist” baby killer—especially in the aftermath of Friday’s federal court ruling in San Francisco that awarded the nation’s largest abortion provider (with annual revenues of more than 1.6 billion) more than two million dollars in damages for the undercover videos produced by […]

Donald Trump, Jr. — “Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us”

Donald Trump, Jr. —  “Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us”

By Michael Hernandez SIMI VALLEY—An enthusiastic and packed Ronald Reagan Presidential Library came to hear Donald Trump, Jr. on Sunday close out the first week of a book tour on “Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence Us.”  The night ended with a plea given by one audience member for the […]

Conejo Valley Unified School District touts Post-Secondary Program; Board reflects on last year events

Conejo Valley Unified School District touts Post-Secondary Program; Board reflects on last year events

By Michael Hernandez THOUSAND OAKS—Dr. Lisa Miller, Conejo Valley Unified School District Assistant Superintendent Student Services touted the Post-Secondary Program offered to 36 students (18-22 years old) in three self-contained classrooms at the Conejo Valley Adult School campus.  The Post-Secondary Program provides academic instruction for special education students in transition from high school to adult […]

Conejo School Board meeting “civil” despite community divide on early sex ed

Conejo School Board meeting “civil” despite community divide on early sex ed

By Michael Hernandez THOUSAND OAKS—Transgender parents who defended the Conejo Valley Unified School District move toward providing early sex education in grades K-5 were outnumbered almost 2:1 by opponents but both sides kept “civil” and “respectful” despite the apparent community divide.  Also in attendance at the board meeting was a local law enforcement officer. The […]

International court seeks jurisdiction over U.S. military and intelligence

International court seeks jurisdiction over U.S. military and intelligence

By Michael Hernandez  THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS—The International Criminal Court (ICC)—an intergovernmental organization and international tribunal that has jurisdiction to prosecute individuals for the international crimes of genocide, crime against humanity, war crime and crimes of aggression—seeks jurisdiction over the U.S. military and intelligence community despite the United States not being a member of the ICC. […]

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