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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 […]

Fire rages in Simi Valley | More School Closures – Road Closures

Fire rages in Simi Valley | More School Closures – Road Closures

Fire erupted in Simi Valley along Easy Street at 6:09 AM this morning, October 30th.  It prompted more school closures, road closures and mandatory evacuations. Updated information on: Ventura County Office of Emergency Services Firefighters in Ventura County have responded to what was called a “large fire” burning between the communities of Simi Valley and […]

Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch:  “Role of Justices is to Interpret the Law”

Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch:  “Role of Justices is to Interpret the Law”

By Michael Hernandez SIMI VALLEY—“The role of justices is to interpret the law and not make it” using the Constitution for “faithful interpretation” said U.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch at a Sept. 10 event held at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library.  “Judges are not supposed to be politicians.  My job is to enforce all […]

Explore the Mind of Leonardo da Vinci | New Exhibit Opens at the Reagan Library

Explore the Mind of Leonardo da Vinci | New Exhibit Opens at the Reagan Library

By Debra Tash “The World of da Vinci” officially opened at the Ronald Reagan Library on May 24th.  The traveling exhibit was constructed in Milan Italy using the Codex Atlanticus which Leonardo had penned over 500 years ago.  Da Vinci was the quintessential Renaissance man. Leonardo, has he is known in Italy, was born out […]

Elite Academic Cites Case for Trump

Elite Academic Cites Case for Trump

By George Miller With the vast majority of media, pundits and academics opposed to and many constantly attacking President Donald J. Trump, it is news to see one doing just the opposite. So it is, with California Stanford, CSUF (Cal State University- Fresno) and Hillsdale College Professor Victor Davis Hanson. He visited a friendly enclave […]

Reagan Library | Conversation and Book Signing with Gary Sinise

Reagan Library | Conversation and Book Signing with Gary Sinise

FEBRUARY 28, 2019 SCHEDULE 4:30 p.m. – Book Signing 6:00 p.m. – Program 7:00 p.m. – Buffet Dinner RESERVE SEATS Please join us for a discussion and book signing with award winning film, TV actor/humanitarian Gary Sinise on his latest book,  Grateful  American: A Journey from Self to Service (Publish Date: February 12, 2019). Tickets for the […]

The Reagan Library Brings Holiday Cheer to Ventura County Residents – Holiday Lights

The Reagan Library Brings Holiday Cheer to Ventura County Residents – Holiday Lights

Amidst the week’s devastating news, the Reagan Library brings some needed holiday cheer to Ventura County residents.  The Library opened its first Holiday Lights display.  The only glitch in an otherwise fabulous opening night was having to wait as credit cards were processed by hand.  Visitors understood the internet was out.  There had been such […]

Echos of an Ancient Tragedy comes to the Reagan Library | Pompeii Exhibit Opens

Echos of an Ancient Tragedy comes to the Reagan Library | Pompeii Exhibit Opens

By Debra Tash The Reagan Library hosted an opening reception for their new Pompeii exhibit on Friday October 5th 2018.  Curator Randy Swan introduced this very special collection that will be housed at the Library until April 21 2019. Pompeii, a prosperous mercantile city located at the foot of Mount Vesuvius on the Bay of Naples, […]

POMPEII Opens Saturday at the Reagan Library

POMPEII Opens Saturday at the Reagan Library

Around mid-morning on August 24, 79 A.D., Mount Vesuvius erupted.  Molten rock and pumice was expelled from Mt. Vesuvius at a rate of 1.5 million tons per second.  Rocks and volcanic ash filled the atmosphere, turning day into night.  Within 24 hours, the Roman city of Pompeii lay destroyed – and perfectly preserved – under […]

Dr. Gordon Lloyd: “The Least Dangerous Branch?” | Constitution Day at the Reagan

Dr. Gordon Lloyd: “The Least Dangerous Branch?” | Constitution Day at the Reagan

. . By Michael Hernandez SIMI VALLEY—“Some say America is failing.  I say:  No way.  No way.  I am an optimist,” said Dr. Gordon Lloyd in his “The Least Dangerous Branch?” lecture given at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library honoring Constitution Day—the 231st anniversary of the creation of our nation’s founding principles as Constitutional Convention […]

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