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Moving Companies Brace For Possible Record Number Of Holiday Moves

Moving Companies Brace For Possible Record Number Of Holiday Moves

(Ventura County, CA) December 1, 2021 – Between remote work opportunities, rising rent rates, people prioritizing being closer to family, and mass migration out of densely populated areas, 2021 has been an unprecedented year for moving trends. In fact, according to the Neighbor 2020-2021 American Migration Report, more than 20% more people have planned to move […]

Amnesty legislation Introduced !

Amnesty legislation Introduced !

Dear friends, Amnesty legislation is being included in the $3.5 trillion dollar budget reconciliation bill. Democrats did not have the 60 votes to pass amnesty in the Senate, so they are trying to include it into the budget reconciliation bill because it only needs a majority (51) to pass. It sounds like it’s a done […]

More misplaced environmentalist outrage

More misplaced environmentalist outrage

. By Greg Walcher How we long for the good old days! That’s the tone of some environmental industry leaders who are screaming bloody murder (literally, not figuratively) about Department of the Interior actions under President Trump. The Department’s re-interpretation of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act is a case in point. One Washington Post writer […]

The Whales Are Back!

The Whales Are Back!

Spring has come to Southern California and with it the return of the migrating whales.  With the eye of an artist and the quick reflex of a seasoned photographer, Pete Padilla, a local, snapped a few pics, capturing sparkling sunshine, boarders and surfers, all gliding across the deep blue along with a few whales who […]

Demographers eye no-growth future for California

Demographers eye no-growth future for California

By James Poulos Driven by rising out-migration and falling birth rates, California’s population growth has stalled, leading analysts to consider a possible forecast of a so-called “no-growth” period in the future. Although Americans nationwide have been flooding south and west for years, the Golden State has become an exception. Nearly 62 percent of Americans lived in […]

Reverse migration?

Reverse migration?

Cartoon By Steve Bowers                             ______________________________ Steve Bowers was a farm boy. He went to college. He studied Art. Then he worked in construction. Then he went to Law School. Then he worked for various sissy law firms, view which he did […]