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Have We Reached a Tipping Point?

Have We Reached a Tipping Point?

By Katherine Strange – The Conejo Guardian   “You let one ant stand up to us, and they will all stand up! Those puny little ants out­number us a hundred to one. And if we ever let them figure that out …there goes our way of life! It’s not about food. It’s about keeping those […]

California Legislators Lend Helping Hand to Murderers

California Legislators Lend Helping Hand to Murderers

By John Barrick Civil societies hold people responsible for criminal con­duct and its foreseeable conse­quences. No one is entitled to a free pass. However, California legislators have begun to change that, and the results have been as frightening as they are mystify­ing. In 2019, California Legisla­tors did something that would have been unthinkable a decade […]

Ventura County Nurses Blow The Whistle On Crisis In Local Health Care

Ventura County Nurses Blow The Whistle On Crisis In Local Health Care

By Joel Kilpatrick – The Conejo Guardian Ventura County nurses from differ­ent sectors and specialties are coming forward to blow the whistle on what they deem serious lapses in local health care practices, mostly related to COVID-re­lated protocols, “vaccine” mandates and politically and financially motivated bul­lying of medical staff, which these health care workers say […]

California Again Reduces Violent Crime Penalties

California Again Reduces Violent Crime Penalties

By John Barrick For months I have been writing about the misguided efforts of California leaders to “reform” the criminal justice system. Instead of trying to improve it, these leaders have made it worse for crime victims and their families. Many of these new “reforms” do noth­ing more than offer leniency to violent criminals. I […]

Navy Commander Puts Medical Freedom Over ‘Un-American’ Mandates

Navy Commander Puts Medical Freedom Over ‘Un-American’ Mandates

By Kate Kilpatrick After 22 years of service in the U.S. Navy, Commander Raymond Alexan­der, a Camarillo father of three, is now discovering that standing for liberty may cost him his job. Alexander faces the choice between continuing his military service or resign­ing, after receiving a military order requir­ing that he receive the COVID-19 vaccine […]

California Leaders Protecting Gang Members Instead of Victims

California Leaders Protecting Gang Members Instead of Victims

By John Barrick | Conejo Guardian Over the last decade, California political leaders have been generous to criminals by passing a series of legislative acts that have reduced sentences and released an alarming number of violent prisoners back into the general public significantly sooner than they should have been. For example, on April 30, 2021, […]

California Leaders Mislead Public, Reduce Penalties for Crimes with Deceptively Named Propositions

California Leaders Mislead Public, Reduce Penalties for Crimes with Deceptively Named Propositions

  John Barrick Historically, America’s approach to criminal justice swings back and forth like a pendulum between an emphasis on punishment and an emphasis on rehabilitation. Wisdom incorporates both approaches, but in California, the pendulum has swung heavily toward the rehabilitative aspect of accountability as opposed to punishment. While setting aside a full comparison of […]