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Support from the community for Assembly candidate Rob McCoy

Support from the community for Assembly candidate Rob McCoy

Timothy J. Bond,  Thousand Oaks I would like to share a letter I submitted to the Ventura County Star a few days prior to their announcement that they endorse the Big Government Progressive candidate over the Conservative candidate, Rob McCoy. I think the readers here understand what Jacqui Irwin is all about so I won’t […]

Help the family of a fallen officer

Help the family of a fallen officer

Parents Now Evenly Split On Common Core

Parents Now Evenly Split On Common Core

A new Gallup poll indicates that parents of public school children are closely divided on the merits of Common Core, while opinions on the multistate education standards are increasingly dividing along partisan lines. In a survey limited to parents with at least one child in the public K-12 school system, Gallup found that 33 percent of […]

Spun Yarns and Whole Cloth

Spun Yarns and Whole Cloth

    By Phil Erwin Recently President Obama observed that We the People might be worried  “…the world is spinning so fast and nobody is able to control it.” FOX co-host Greg Gutfled wryly suggested this might be because the world is spinning out of control – and the President himself is doing the spinning.  […]

Governor Perry wows audience at Reagan Library

Governor Perry wows audience at Reagan Library

By Debra Tash Texas governor, Rick Perry, spoke to an enthusiastic crowd Monday evening at the Reagan Library.  He touted the business friendly climate in the state where he was voted governor for three full terms.  “It’s nice to visit California even when I’m not recruiting businesses.” He feels good about the coming mid-terms and […]

A political weekend

A political weekend

By George Miller All over Ventura County, people are going to campaign events, walking precincts to contact voters, holding fundraisers and having public debates. With absentee ballots already in voters’ hands, campaigns have reached a fever pitch, trying to win votes, if not “hearts and minds.” The biggest events are the McCoy-Irwin debate for District […]

Assembly, Congressional candidates to debate this weekend

Assembly, Congressional candidates to debate this weekend

By George Miller In the CA 26th Congressional District, which is most of Ventura County and parts of LA County in Malibu and West San Fernando Valley, Incumbent Julia Brownley will debate departing Assemblyman Jeff Gorell for this hotly contested seat.  Event will be at Cal State Channel Islands  Sunday night October 12  from 6:00- […]

Election candidates list- Ventura County

Election candidates list- Ventura County

By George Miller Absentee ballots will soon arrive!  Check out our Candidates Corner section. Here is a list of candidates running and offices, for all ballot listings in Ventura County. You should have already received your sample ballot, if you’re a registered Ventura County voter. Also, read our article: Analysis of The November 2014 Ballot Measures … More […]

Tropical Paradise is out of business

Tropical Paradise is out of business

By Debra Tash Come December of this year, Tropical Paradise will be out of business.  After having their permit renewal denied at the Planning Commission hearing on June 19th the property owner, Bryan Mimaki, appealed their decision to the Board of Supervisors. Though the Planning Department findings were favorable to renewing the permit, because of […]

NFIB Press Conference- CA CD26 candidate Jeff Gorell Endorsement video

NFIB Press Conference- CA CD26 candidate Jeff Gorell Endorsement video

Candidates Corner By George Miller KADYTV.net televised this press conference and made two videos available- full conference and Jeff Gorell speech only. U.S. Chamber of Commerce spokesman Nick Castor kicked off the session, endorsing California District 26 (most of Ventura County) Congressional candidate Jeff Gorell, who he said votes for growth and jobs  96% of the time, cited […]