By Michael Peterson Even before Donald Trump’s entrance onto the political scene in the summer of 2015, a social and political eruption was taking place, not just in the United States but around the world. A quiet aching among many who felt abandoned by the political establishment has now morphed into a serious and gnawing […]
Thousand Oaks, Calif. (June 6, 2022)–Old Boney Mountain Hot Summer Night Festival is back in person after a two-year hiatus. It will take place on Thursday, July 14 at The Gardens at Los Robles Golf Course (299 S. Moorpark Rd. in Thousand Oaks). The outdoor patio event features unlimited craft beer, wine, spirits, hot […]
By Madison Hirneisen (The Center Square) – California is facing a housing crisis, but costly parking requirements can hinder development in many cities. One California lawmaker is looking to change that. Parking mandates, which set minimum requirements for the number of parking spaces that must accompany new development, are common in many California cities. The […]
By Caitlin Johnstone As Orwell well understood, you can exercise control in the present by rewriting the past. Twitter has imposed a weeklong suspension on the account of writer and political activist Danny Haiphong for a thread he made on the platform disputing the mainstream Tiananmen Square massacre narrative. The notification Haiphong received informed him […]
AWR HAWKINS, Breitbart On July 9, 1985, during debate over the Firearm Owners Protection Act (FOPA), Senate Judiciary Committee member Joe Biden (D-DE) sided with the NRA and argued criminals can get guns “with or without gun control.” NBC News notes the Judiciary Committee concurred with the Republican majority in support of FOPA, then it passed on […]
The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association is waging an increasingly successful battle against California cities that are seeking court approval, but not voter approval, before issuing risky pension obligation bonds. POBs are financial instruments that allow local governments to borrow from future tax revenues to prepay all their projected unfunded liabilities. The idea is to invest […]
News Release VENTURA, California – District Attorney Erik Nasarenko announced today that charges have been filed against two students who made threats in separate incidents at Oxnard High School and Santa Paula High School. The student involved in the Oxnard High School incident was charged with criminal threats and bringing a weapon onto school grounds. […]
By Kathleen Cady There are essentially two types of crimes: felonies and misdemeanors (Penal Codes 18 and 19). Felonies include murder, robbery, rape and other more serious crimes. Misdemeanors are often referred to as “quality of life” crimes. All these crimes are governed by legislation passed by legislators in Sacramento. In December 2020, however, several […]
by Thomas L. Knapp Over the last few years, the world’s transition from powering our cars with gas-burning internal combustion engines to zipping along on battery power has accelerated faster than the Tesla Model S Plaid, which can supposedly got from zero to sixty miles per hour in less than two seconds. Setting aside my […]
By Diane Rumbaugh Thousand Oaks, Calif. -The 66th Annual Conejo Valley Days (CVD) will feature 10 days of carnival rides, food, live entertainment and line dancing. Dates are June 16 through June 26 (dark June 20) at Conejo Creek Park South (23 Freeway/Janss Rd. exit) in Thousand Oaks. Kastl Amusements<http://kastlamusements.com/contact-us> will operate15 rides plus midway […]
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