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California’s Top Police Chief Talks Toll of Protests, Pandemic on Officers

California’s Top Police Chief Talks Toll of Protests, Pandemic on Officers

BY BRAD JONES Activists and celebrities who tell people that police are hunting “black and brown targets” are hurting more than helping minority communities, says one of California’s top cops. “It’s just reprehensible to me. Nothing could be further from the truth,” Eric Nuñez told The Epoch Times. Nuñez is the president of  the California Police Chiefs Association (CPCA) […]

The P’s of 2020 dominate – Pandemic, Politics, Protests, Polls and Prognosticators, Presidential Election

The P’s of 2020 dominate – Pandemic, Politics, Protests, Polls and Prognosticators, Presidential Election

    By Mel Mann   I am an individual with a lot of opinions, I know this to be true because I get told it so many times I have almost become deaf to the comment.  I used to think that being opinionated was a privilege of being old, but clearly in our current society […]

What is really going on with COVID-19

What is really going on with COVID-19

    To: Ventura County Board of Supervisors Steve Bennett, Linda Parks, Bob Huber, John Zaragoza and Kelly Long, CEO Mike Powers and Health Officer Dr. Robert Levin From George Miller & Debra Tash Following the so-called “Mainstream Media” (MSM) narrative on COVID-19 might cause one to think that we are in the midst of […]

Community Memorial Health System | FREE Virtual Presentation on Nov. 11 Highlighting Cancer Prevention and Screening During the Pandemic

Community Memorial Health System | FREE Virtual Presentation on Nov. 11 Highlighting Cancer Prevention and Screening During the Pandemic

(Ventura County, California) Cancer doesn’t stop for COVID-19. It’s still important to maintain healthy habits to reduce your risk of cancer even if you spend more time at home to prevent transmitting or catching the coronavirus. Whether or not you’ve previously faced a cancer diagnosis, it’s important to pay attention to changes in your body […]

110,000 Californians Bought Guns During Pandemic, Citing Fear of ‘Lawlessness’: Study

110,000 Californians Bought Guns During Pandemic, Citing Fear of ‘Lawlessness’: Study

BY GQ PAN A new study reveals that some 110,000 Californians bought new guns during the first five months of the COVID-19 pandemic, with fear of “lawlessness” as the top reason for their purchases. The study, conducted by the Violence Prevention Research Program at the University of California–Davis, estimated that 110,000 Californians bought at least one gun from March […]

St. John’s Regional Cancer Center Nurse Navigator Transitions to Virtual Patient Care during Pandemic

St. John’s Regional Cancer Center Nurse Navigator Transitions to Virtual Patient Care during Pandemic

Despite limitations, St. John’s Regional Cancer Center continues to support cancer patients Oxnard, CA– (October 8, 2020) – At St. John’s Regional Cancer Center (SJRCC), our bilingual and certified oncology nurse navigator, Alicia Zaragoza, NP-C, is at the front line, playing an integral role in the care of patients undergoing cancer treatment during COVID-19. The […]

Online Shopping Boom Predicted to Last Beyond Pandemic: Reports

Online Shopping Boom Predicted to Last Beyond Pandemic: Reports

BY TOM OZIMEK While the pandemic-driven surge in online sales has leveled off, executives and researchers are increasingly saying that the digital shopping boom will persist even after the CCP virus outbreak is brought under control. The latest data from Adobe, which analyzed 1 trillion visits to retail sites, found that online shopping activity declined in August as more lockdowns lifted and […]

Data Show Pandemic Contributing To Opioid Crisis, Local Health Experts Report ‘More Relapses’

Data Show Pandemic Contributing To Opioid Crisis, Local Health Experts Report ‘More Relapses’

THOMAS CATENACCI CONTRIBUTOR The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has contributed to rising drug-related deaths and the ever-worsening opioid crisis in the United States, according to health officials said local data. Individuals battling opioid addiction have experienced increased stress due to isolation during the pandemic, according to health experts and data collected by the Wall Street Journal reported. Roughly […]

From Lockdown to Police State: The “Great Reset” Rolls Out

From Lockdown to Police State: The “Great Reset” Rolls Out

    by Ellen Brown Mayhem in Melbourne On August 2, lockdown measures were implemented in Melbourne, Australia, that were so draconian that Australian news commentator Alan Jones said on Sky News: “People are entitled to think there is an ‘agenda to destroy western society.’” The gist of an August 13th article on the Melbourne lockdown is […]

Moving Safely and Cheaply During the Pandemic 

Moving Safely and Cheaply During the Pandemic 

    By Mykal Kaminski For most of us, 2020 at best is getting a one-star, “do not recommend” review. Literally billions of humans are hoping 2021 will be a better run around the sun, and it probably will be, especially considering how low the bar was set this year. The one thing that can […]

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