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Ventura City Economic Development Manager Announces Departure

Ventura City Economic Development Manager Announces Departure

Ventura, Calif. – The City of Ventura’s Economic Development Manager, Estelle Bussa, has announced her departure from her position effective October 1, 2021. “It is with a heavy heart that I share I’m leaving the City to join a technology company based in Austin, Texas. This new career venture provides an opportunity for me to […]

Boys & Girls Club Passes $5 Million Campaign Goal, Community Invited To Special Reception

Boys & Girls Club Passes $5 Million Campaign Goal, Community Invited To Special Reception

Oxnard, Calif.— Major improvements will soon be taking place at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Oxnard and Port Hueneme now that they have reached their $5 Million Comprehensive Campaign goal. The Believe in Our Next Generation Comprehensive Campaign began two years ago, when BGCOP set out to raise $5 Million to invest in their clubs […]

Wings Over Camarillo 2021 Announces The Return Of The STEM Pavilion

Wings Over Camarillo 2021 Announces  The Return Of The STEM Pavilion

Wings Over Camarillo announces the return of the STEM Pavilion, which will take place August 21st and 22nd at the Camarillo Airport as part of the Wings Over Camarillo Airshow – one of the most exciting family-oriented events in all of Southern California! The STEM and air show will be held on: Saturday, August 21st, […]

5GFREE.ORG Launches – Activating and Educating the World About 5G

5GFREE.ORG Launches – Activating and Educating the World About 5G

5G Free.Org is the Largest grassroots activist group in the world focused on 5G small cell facilities and radiation emitting devices. Dedicated to the education of citizens and potential activists alike, the site is designed to afford virtually everyone the opportunity to learn about small cells and the potential danger these facilities represent to the […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | The More Things Change……

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | The More Things Change……

    By L. Neil Smith It is absolutely astonishing to me how difficult it can be to change, sometimes, even when it becomes clear that it is now a dire necessity. Case in point. the keyboard of the big HP laptop computer I’m writing this on, for example, has begun to fail me, having […]

Where Technology Meets the Sea The 6th Annual MAST Technology Expo at Port of Hueneme

Where Technology Meets the Sea The 6th Annual MAST Technology Expo at Port of Hueneme

Over 300 STEM students channeled through the buzzing innovation hub at the Port’s 6th Annual Maritime Advanced Systems & Technology Expo (MAST). The Expo introduced our inquisitive and pioneering young minds to the exciting world of technology and innovation. MAST, where technology meets the end user and, where the consumer meets the innovators, serves as […]

Learn about Summer Camp Options during STEAM Family Night Hosted by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley (BGCCGV)

Learn about Summer Camp Options during STEAM Family Night Hosted by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley (BGCCGV)

Thousand Oaks, CA – Families are invited to learn all about the programs and experiences the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley (BGCCGV) will offer this summer during STEAM Family Night held on Friday, March 1 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Marion & John E. Anderson Boys & Girls Club located […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | And Salt Sown on the Ruins

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | And Salt Sown on the Ruins

  By L. Neil Smith Well, I see that my Facebook page has once again been edited for me by the pencil-necked morons who think they are better than I am, or know more than I do. I happen to be 72 years old at this writing, and have spent every hour of it learning. I am and […]

OPINION: California’s New Privacy Law is No Model for the Nation

OPINION: California’s New Privacy Law is No Model for the Nation

Bartlett Cleland | Contributor The fundamental problem of defining privacy is the same as defining obscenity. What is an outrage to one person is no big deal to another. Justice Potter Stewart said it best in his concurrence in the landmark case on obscenity (Jacobellis v. Ohio): “I shall not today attempt further to define […]

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