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Simi Councilwoman Luevanos Served Recall Notice

Simi Councilwoman Luevanos Served Recall Notice

By Gina Harden SIMI VALLEY – Simi Valley resident Joe Piechowski served Councilwoman Ruth Luevanos legal notice of intent to recall during public comment at Monday night’s City Council meeting. Information on the recall effort can be found at recallruth.com. The notice of recall is the first in an eight step process. If 10,999 valid […]

CNN’S Worst Moments of 2018

CNN’S Worst Moments of 2018

Amber Athey, Media and Breaking News Editor   It’s always a good idea to do some self-reflection before the start of a new year, and the establishment media sure has a lot to think about. MSNBC has been covered by the Washington Free Beacon, but in order to help CNN in this process, we’ve compiled the […]

The Most Undereported Stories of he Week [VIDEO]

The Most Undereported Stories of he Week [VIDEO]

Stephanie Hamill | Video Columnist      This week the media’s focus was on Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s first week on the job and the Republican support for him — but there are several other stories that are getting swept under the rug because they don’t fit the Left’s agenda. Some of the stories I think that […]

The Most Underreported Stories of the Week [VIDEO]

The Most Underreported Stories of the Week [VIDEO]

Stephanie Hamill | Video Columnist  This week the news was all about Judge Brett Kavanaugh and the women accusing him of sexual misconduct from 30-plus years ago. But there are a lot of other things going on that got swept under the rug that are definitely worth talking about. Some of the stories I […]

The Most Underreported Stories of the Week [VIDEO]

The Most Underreported Stories of the Week [VIDEO]

Stephanie Hamill | Video Columnist This was a busy news week with the 17th anniversary of 9/11 and Hurricane Florence — which are obviously worth the attention they’re receiving — but there are several other stories that are getting swept under the rug because they don’t don’t fit the Left’s agenda. Some of the stories […]

The Press: Friend or Foe of Freedom?

The Press:  Friend or Foe of Freedom?

  by Phil Erwin This Thursday, The Boston Globe has called upon all American newspapers to offer up editorials excoriating President Trump for his “attack on” their profession – specifically, his suggestion they may be an “enemy of the American people.” The Globe decries what they say is Trump’s “dirty war against the freedom of […]

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The 2016 Election and the Demise of Journalistic Standards

The 2016 Election and the Demise of Journalistic Standards

By Michael Goodwin, May/June 2017   The following is adapted from a speech delivered on April 20, 2017, in Atlanta, Georgia, at a Hillsdale College National Leadership Seminar. I’ve been a journalist for a long time. Long enough to know that it wasn’t always like this. There was a time not so long ago when […]

Trump press coverage set ‘new standard for negativity’: Harvard study

Trump press coverage set ‘new standard for negativity’: Harvard study

President Trump has insisted that his press coverage has been historically negative, and a newly released Harvard journalism study backs him up. A major study released Thursday by the Harvard Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy found that the coverage of Mr. Trump during his first 100 days was “unsparing,” with negative reports […]

Official Oxnard News in Brief- May 12, 2017

Official Oxnard News in Brief- May 12, 2017

Attached is the May 12, 2017 edition of Oxnard News in Brief, www.oxnard.org/newsletters. Inside this edition: City of Oxnard receives 2017 Tyler Public Sector Excellence Award Denise Shadinger becomes Oxnard’s first female commander Employee George Van Hemert receives 2016 Safety in Motion Award; Q&A Mussel quarantine in effect through Oct. 31 Camino del Sol resurfacing project to commence May 23 […]

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