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Facebook reached out to me in a survey about their service. My reply…

Facebook reached out to me in a survey about their service. My reply…

    By John Wurts, There is too much censorship. Facebook seems to be heavily biased against conservatives and Christians. I was once even told by Facebook that a post was against community standards. The post was about a local theater showing the 1960’s Broadway musical “The Sound of Music” which is rated PG, and […]

Virtual Learning Survey || We Need Your Input!

Virtual Learning Survey || We Need Your Input!

  Reagan Education Newsletter WE NEED YOUR INPUT As schools begin the year with virtual learning, we want to be sure we continue to serve students and teachers across the country through virtual learning efforts. Your feedback will help us develop the best possible programming and content to support your classroom. Take the survey today for a […]

BUSINESS | Local Comment on Today’s Survey Results on Federal Loan Usage

BUSINESS | Local Comment on Today’s Survey Results on Federal Loan Usage

Results from a national survey of small-business owners released today by their leading association revealed a variety of information on such things as the use of the two federal loan programs, how many would be using the extended forgiveness period, how many will need more money, and awareness of the tax deferment provision.  “There are […]

Camarillo Seeks Community Input on Consumer Confidence (June 9, 2020)

Camarillo Seeks Community Input on Consumer Confidence (June 9, 2020)

Camarillo, California – The City of Camarillo is asking about consumer confidence as City staff prepare a plan for economic recovery. The community is invited to provide input on reopening using an online survey, which has been developed in partnership with the Camarillo Chamber of Commerce and Russell Fischer Business Collection. Click here to take […]

BUSINESS | Small Ray of Sunshine in Today’s Survey Results

BUSINESS | Small Ray of Sunshine in Today’s Survey Results

SACRAMENTO, Calif., May 12, 2020—Comment from John Kabateck, NFIB California state director, about today’s release of the monthly Small Business Economic Trends report, also called the Optimism Index, from NFIB. “Coronavirus concerns aside, our economy will never recover until small-business owners feel they can re-open without the three demons of taxes, regulations, and lawsuits doing […]

City of Port Hueneme – Parks and Recreation Master Plan Update

City of Port Hueneme – Parks and Recreation Master Plan Update

The City of Port Hueneme is updating its Parks, Recreation and Community Services Master Plan to guide future investments and decisions.Use this interactive map to tell us how you use and access parks, participate in recreation activities, what you like about them, and what you would like to see changed or improved. This interactive map […]

City of Camarillo Invites the Community to Join the Conversation!

City of Camarillo Invites the Community to Join the Conversation!

The City of Camarillo is launching into 2020 with a fresh mindset, to consider not only the tools that the City needs to function, but the tools that our community needs in order to be engaged in creating a thriving community. Our priority is to enhance our communication with you, and we want to know […]

Here are the Most and Least Educated Cities in America

Here are the Most and Least Educated Cities in America

Rob Shimshock | Education Reporter A finance website ranked the 150 largest U.S. cities by the education level of their residents in a report released Monday. Ann Arbor, Michigan; Washington, D.C.; and San Jose, California, captured the first, second and third most educated city slots, respectively, whereas Visalia, California; Brownsville, Texas; and McAllen, Texas, rounded […]

Free the Teachers!!! NEA survey shows over HALF might quit the union after Janus

Free the Teachers!!! NEA survey shows over HALF might quit the union after Janus

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Nevada is a free to work State—you are not mandated to pay bribes to a union to work.  The Las Vegas teachers have told their union and the NEA to pound sand and get lost.  They no longer want their money going to electing officials that […]

Businesses encouraged to register for Corporate Games by February 9—company coordinators meet on January 25

Businesses encouraged to register for Corporate Games by February 9—company coordinators meet on January 25

Join thousands of employees representing more than 80 companies in this six-week business-to-business team sports competition featuring over 25 different events.  Games will be held March 24 to May 5, 2018, throughout Ventura County.  Register your company team online at www.venturacorporategames.org or call the Corporate Games hotline at (805) 658-4738 before the February 9 deadline.  […]

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