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Biden’s New ‘Prison Bitch’ Program

Biden’s New ‘Prison Bitch’ Program

By Lt. Col. James Zumwalt Perhaps the most unfortunate male prison inmates are those who become prison “b—hes.” This role normally falls to the smaller, weaker male prisoners who are bullied by tougher ones into performing any and all tasks, including those of a sexual nature. A consequence of an executive order signed by President Joe Biden, […]

Facebook Labels Canning And Gardening Groups As Too Prepared

Facebook Labels Canning And Gardening Groups As Too Prepared

Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola Facebook labels posts about preparedness or self-reliance as extremist ideas, warning that “violent groups try to manipulate your anger and disappointment” and offering confidential support to protect yourself and others A two-part film in 2019 investigated the influence that Facebook has over the democracy of nations and the lack of privacy […]

Gang Member/ Prohibited Person Arrested For Firearm

Gang Member/ Prohibited Person Arrested For Firearm

DATE: September 16, 2021 (6:10 PM) SUBJECT: Gang Member/ Prohibited Person Arrested for Firearm LOCATION: 300 block of S. C Street VICTIM: State of California SUSPECT: Raymond De La Torre, age 45, Oxnard resident CONTACT: Timothy Kelley, Commander  (805) 385-7600 | [email protected] On September 16th, 2021, at approximately 6:10 p.m., officers from the Oxnard Special Enforcement Unit […]

Ventura, CA | County Board Of Supervisors Provides $70 Million In 4 Rounds Of Business Assistance Grants

Ventura, CA | County Board Of Supervisors Provides $70 Million In 4 Rounds Of Business Assistance Grants

Ventura, CA – The County of Ventura Board of Supervisors has unanimously supported more than $70 million in Business Assistance Grants for small businesses throughout the County of Ventura since the summer of 2020. The Board received a report at Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting of the latest status and the impact those funds are […]

The Best Defense Against Violence

The Best Defense Against Violence

by Max Borders “What is the best defense against violence?” polymath entrepreneur Chris Rufer once asked.  Though I’m not much of a gun enthusiast, my thoughts automatically turned to Messrs Smith and Wesson. After all, the Second Amendment is designed to encode our right to self-defense. But then I figured that answer must be too obvious. “The […]

Man Charged In Attack On Ventura Bike Path

Man Charged In Attack On Ventura Bike Path

VENTURA, California – District Attorney Erik Nasarenko announced today that Martin Valdez Arias (DOB 01/29/93), of Ventura, has been charged in an attack on a woman who was a stranger to Arias. The attack occurred during the noon hour on a bike path bordering Ventura Community Park in Ventura. The complaint charges Arias with a […]

Ventura, CA | Woman Assaulted On Bike Path

Ventura, CA | Woman Assaulted On Bike Path

Incident: Woman Assaulted on Bike Path UPDATE with Arrest Location: Bike Path near Highway 126 west of Kimball Park Date/Time Occurred: 9/1/21 1221 hours Officer(s) Involved: Patrol, Major Crimes Suspect(s): Unknown Report #: 21-57887 UPDATE: On 9-5-21 an alert community member saw a subject riding on a bicycle near Johnson Dr. and Thille St. He […]

At Least One California Inmate Pregnant As ‘Transgender’ Convicts Move Into Women’s Prisons

At Least One California Inmate Pregnant As ‘Transgender’ Convicts Move Into Women’s Prisons

By: News Editors (Natural News) At least one female California prisoner has become pregnant, and multiple others may have been assaulted, as California continues moving biological men claiming to be women into actual women’s prisons, a feminist legal group has said. (Article by Raymond Wolfe republished from LifeSiteNews.com) “We have now heard from seven different people […]

Defund the police movement contributed to rise in violence, experts say

Defund the police movement contributed to rise in violence, experts say

By Casey Harper | The Center Square (The Center Square) – Calls to defund the police have once again been thrust into the national spotlight after a string of high profile police shootings, but data show the rallying cry for police reformers may not hold water. After the death of Daunte Wright at the hands of […]

Oxnard City Council to Consider Resolution Condemning Racism, Xenophobia, Violence, and Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

Oxnard City Council to Consider Resolution Condemning Racism, Xenophobia, Violence, and Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

OXNARD, Calif. – On Tuesday, March 30, 2021, the Oxnard City Council will consider a resolution condemning racism, xenophobia, violence, and hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI). “We are mourning for the victims of these senseless crimes that we have seen increasingly throughout the pandemic, and we stand in solidarity with the […]

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