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Would You Help Get Action on Election Fraud in Just Two Minutes at NO Cost?

Would You Help Get Action on Election Fraud in Just Two Minutes at NO Cost?

    We ask you to take a simple action to help put this in front of the President. This is not just the typical feelgood petition making the rounds on the Internet- that does nothing. It is actually on the White House web site. The President has promised to at least look at and […]

After Amazon Walks Away, Oxnard Hopes Education, Reforms Attract New Economy Jobs

After Amazon Walks Away, Oxnard Hopes Education, Reforms Attract New Economy Jobs

    By  Gina Harden  OXNARD – Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn and City Manager Alex Nguyen recently offered their perspective on the failed negotiations between the city and Amazon’s representatives, Seefried Properties, in building a distribution center at the Sakioka Farms site. Nguyen expressed “frustration about how bureaucratic” the system was and said, “we didn’t […]

California needs criminal justice reforms to fight crime

California needs criminal justice reforms to fight crime

    By Michele Hanisee The “Reducing Crime and Keeping California Safe Act of 2018″ will appear on the 2020 ballot, as the failure of some Registrars to timely validate signatures prevented it from qualifying from the 2018 ballot. The initiative will make commonsense changes to fix problems caused by AB 109, Prop 47 and Prop 57. While […]

Tax cut??? Ha!

Tax cut??? Ha!

By George Miller (originally published 9-29-17- needed re-airing and still seems applicable with only minor changes)   My friends are shocked to hear that I do NOT favor a tax cut right now. You may ask why, or maybe you don’t give a #*@)!. But I’ll tell you anyway: A tax cut without spending cuts […]

Addressing the integrity of America’s election system

Addressing the integrity of America’s election system

By Paul Burich   Is the integrity of America’s election process a serious concern? Do we believe that the decisions that US citizens make in the ballot box are not being accurately expressed in our election results? It is interesting that for people on both the right and left the answer is “yes” — but […]

Brownley Statement on GOP Immigration Bills

Brownley Statement on GOP Immigration Bills

Congresswoman Julia Brownley (D-Westlake Village) issued the following statement today regarding her votes in the U.S. House of Representatives on H.R. 3003 and H.R. 3004: “We absolutely must do more to protect Americans from criminal aliens attempting to illegally re-enter the country. I have long supported legislation to increase sentences for criminals who have previously […]

Governor, legislators spend more and ignore obstacles to reform

Governor, legislators spend more and ignore obstacles to reform

    By Steven Greenhut Legislators announced a budget deal last week that spends a record $125 billion in the general fund. But most interesting isn’t what’s in the deal, but what isn’t. There’s plenty of new spending, of course, but not so much that it outpaces the rate of inflation. There are controversial “trailer” […]

Public School Teachers’ Private Choices

Public School Teachers’ Private Choices

By LARRY SAND Teacher union leaders lie in order to disparage school privatization, but many of their members ignore them and embrace choice.  Mark Twain is alleged to have said, “A lie can travel halfway around the world while the truth is still putting on its shoes.” And the teachers unions seem to have an […]

Midnight in America

Midnight in America

By: Peter Schiff, CEO of Euro Pacific Capital   Editor’s note: legendary financial and investment expert Peter Schiff comments on the underlying reasons for Donald Trump’s victory and his recently announced first hundred days plan. Employing the unyielding rules of economics, he concludes that the plan makes some unwarranted assumptions and does not allow sufficient reductions […]

Teachers Unions Double Down on Charter Vilification

Teachers Unions Double Down on Charter Vilification

By LARRY SAND UTLA and CTA’s anti-charter school obsession has reached epidemic proportions.  Just weeks after United Teachers of Los Angeles president Alex Caputo-Pearl threw his if-we-don’t get-our-way-we’re-going-to-create-a-state-crisis tantrum, the teachers union has hit the streets with a media campaign. Empowered by a massive dues increase, UTLA is spreading its venom via billboards, bus benches […]

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