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The Sunday Read: Blue states scramble to loosen restrictions after Red states’ success

The Sunday Read: Blue states scramble to loosen restrictions after Red states’ success

By Chris Krug | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Texas Gov. Greg Abbott was broadly chided after he announced March 2 that his state was reopening without restrictions and without a mask mandate. “I just announced Texas is OPEN 100%. EVERYTHING,” the Republican governor tweeted. “I also ended the statewide mask mandate.” Later in the day, […]

Latest VC COVID “Lockdown” Absurd

Latest VC COVID “Lockdown” Absurd

Editorial By George Miller Dear Ventura County Supervisors, Health Dept, CEO and Residents:   I see that you’re locking down the county even further, in response to Newsom’s ineffective and possibly illegal “orders.” I see that rather than pass ordinances, that you merely hide behind the Health Dept. and don’t even attempt to rubberstamp it […]

2 NY Sheriffs Refuse to Enforce Cuomo’s 10-Person Thanksgiving Limit

2 NY Sheriffs Refuse to Enforce Cuomo’s 10-Person Thanksgiving Limit

BY JACK PHILLIPS Two county sheriffs in New York state said they won’t enforce Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s 10-person indoor limit during holiday gatherings. Fulton County Sheriff Richard Giardino, in a Facebook post, said that a governor’s executive order directed at citizens for private conduct isn’t typically a law with penalties. While he said the order applying to businesses can […]

Newsom Fiat: No California Protest Can Have More Than 100 People

Newsom Fiat: No California Protest Can Have More Than 100 People

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Regressive Supreme Leader Gavin Newsom is angry.  On Saturday more than 2,000 showed up at the Capitol to protest his dictatorship, issuing 40 Executive Orders and changing close to 200 State laws, without a vote of the Legislature or even telling them in advance.  He […]

Los Angeles Residents to Remain Under Safer at Home Order for 3 Months

Los Angeles Residents to Remain Under Safer at Home Order for 3 Months

BY KATABELLA ROBERTS   Los Angeles County residents can expect to remain under some type of stay-at-home restrictions for the next three months unless any major changes occur in the fight against the CCP virus, officials announced May 12. “LA County is continuing its progress on the road to recovery, with planned reopening of beaches for active recreation and […]

Pathetic! Bruce Can’t Get Arrested at Hollywood Beach- and He’s Trying To

Pathetic!  Bruce Can’t Get Arrested at Hollywood Beach- and He’s Trying To

    By Bruce Boyer Pathetic! Bruce cannot get arrested, and he is trying to! Sunday May 10th at Noon we again took back our beaches! Doing it again this Sunday. The ‘rules” and “orders” from a County Public Health Officer have NO legal authority. Our legislatures, our elected officials is the only body that […]

Politicians and Health Care Bureaucrats: You Have No Idea What You’ve Done on COVID-19

Politicians and Health Care Bureaucrats: You Have No Idea What You’ve Done on COVID-19

    Selective Re-Opening of the Economy Urgently Needed Along With Fighting the Virus By George Miller Policy-making politicians, health care bureaucrats: you have no idea what new problems you’ve created while attempting to address the COVID-19 threat. Conceivably, the harm you’ve done could be worse than the good- by far. Don’t get me wrong- […]

We Can’t All Quit | Today Draconian Rules and Isolation—Tomorrow What?

We Can’t All Quit | Today Draconian Rules and Isolation—Tomorrow What?

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Ever since I came to America, I have found Americans to be the kindest people on the planet. They co-operate, they give money to good causes and, they give freely of themselves. They have a can-do spirit and the freedom to operate in a manner allowing them to accomplish great […]

Persistent kayakers continue fight via Coastal Commission for use of Kiddie Beach launch at Channel Islands Harbor

Persistent kayakers continue fight via Coastal Commission for use of Kiddie Beach launch at Channel Islands Harbor

By George Miller The members of the California Kayak Friends club had used Kiddie Beach, inside the entrance to Channel Islands Harbor ,for decades to launch and land their kayaks.  It’s a nice little “pocket beach,” located close to the ocean where they usually paddle. With a nice parking lot, short walk to the beach, nearby restrooms, […]

Californians jeer state’s decision to extend drought restrictions

Californians jeer state’s decision to extend drought restrictions

California’s decision to extend drought restrictions despite historic rain and snow has met with splashback from some waterlogged residents. The State Water Resources Control Board voted to keep the cutbacks in place at its Feb. 8 meeting, much to the shock of Californians grappling with flooding, mudslides, flash floods, sinkholes and torrential downpours. “I’m imagining […]

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