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Oxnard Public Library BOOK TALK | Strategies of Segregation

Oxnard Public Library BOOK TALK | Strategies of Segregation

OXNARD, Calif. – The Oxnard Public Library is proud to host Oxnard native and resident Dr. David G. Garcia, associate professor in the UCLA Graduate School of Education on Saturday, Sept. 21 at 3 p.m., at the Downtown Main Library located at 251 S A St. Dr. Garcia will discuss his research and findings that […]

Left-Wing Group Attacks T.O. Mayor Over Education Conference Hosting; Supporters Rebut and More

Left-Wing Group Attacks T.O. Mayor Over Education Conference Hosting; Supporters Rebut and More

By George Miller The left wing political pressure group Indivisible Conejo descended upon the 8-27-19 Thousand Oaks City Council meeting to attack Mayor Rob McCoy for allegedly violating the “separation of church and state.” But supporters of McCoy and/or family values education came in even greater numbers to oppose them and educate the public. Most […]

Graphic New Standards in Public Education

Graphic New Standards in Public Education

    By Janet Stephenson This discussion is about the changes in public school teaching regarding gender, not about sexual education. The graphic nature of the new standards in sexual education is also concerning to parents, but I’ll restrict this to the new social constructionism that is being introduced to California classrooms starting as early […]

Education and the Dismantling of the Mind

Education and the Dismantling of the Mind

    When the solution is worse than the problem (To read about Jon’s mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.) Are there any States in the Union that allow public schools to opt out of providing sex education to children? Of course, a counter-argument would be made that, although there was once a time when our country […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Let’s Jail the Kiddies!

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | Let’s Jail the Kiddies!

  by L. Neil Smith A long time ago, in a galaxy not that far away,  I was an auxiliary or reserve police officer, with a gun, a badge, genuine false arrest insurance, and everything. I signed up for a variety of reasons. The three greatest “authorities” on police work in a future libertarian society were (a) the Head […]

Social Justice, Housing, and Zoning

Social Justice, Housing, and Zoning

  By Roy Prince Oxnard and Ventura County have a serious housing shortage. We see this all across California, which is why Scott Wiener has put forth SB 827 – what he calls his Transit Density bill. And, yes, it’s controversial. I have attended a number of local housing-related community workshops and events…lots of noise and good intentions, […]

Top 10 Things Progressive Politicians Should Do to Prove They’re Progressive

Top 10 Things Progressive Politicians Should Do to Prove They’re Progressive

  By Jon Rappoport It’s a simple premise: since so-called progressive politicians are incessantly meddling in other people’s business, telling them what they should and shouldn’t do, these progressives should demonstrate their own values by exemplifying them in their own lives. Why not? If the values are virtuous, what harm could result? Only good could […]

Reconciling One’s Democrat Vote, Party, and Policy Position

Reconciling One’s Democrat Vote, Party, and Policy Position

  By Michael Greer Many, many Christians and Jews are Democrats.  I constantly wonder why.  Some of the most actively religious people I know, who go to worship every week and can quote scripture, are from the Black, Latino and Jewish communities. “Resistance to tyranny is obedience to God”.  I don’t understand how you can obey […]

Acorn spin piece on Mike Smith Conejo education speech

By George Miller   Years ago, the T.O Acorn used to be a nice supermarket flyer stuffed with press releases, local events and local interest stuff and dropped on most driveways, gratis. Now it seems to have pretensions of turning into a Progressive MSM monster. Their treatment of the Conejo Valley Unified School District (CVUSD) […]

When Is Literature Not Literature For Public School Students?

When Is Literature Not Literature For Public School Students?

It’s NOT black and white! Do you love to read? Do your children love to read? Do you know what is on their school’s approved reading lists? Whether one has a child in school or not, we should all care deeply about what books young minds are consuming. If you have been influenced by literature, […]

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