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Oak Park High School Wins 2022 Ventura County Mock Trial

Oak Park High School Wins 2022 Ventura County Mock Trial

News Release   The Ventura County Office of Education is pleased to announce that Oak Park High School’s Team A is the winner of the 2022 Ventura County Mock Trial competition. Westlake High School’s Team A came in second, and Newbury Park High School’s Team A took third place. The winning teams were announced during […]


   

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Oxnard City Council Says “Yes” To Pot Dispensary For Oxnard Shores

Oxnard City Council Says “Yes” To Pot Dispensary For Oxnard Shores

By Kevin Harris The Oxnard City Council voted to permit retail cannabis businesses within the city, overturning the Planning Commission’s previous denial of cannabis permits, during Tuesday night’s marathon, eight-hour city council meeting (yes, eight hours).  The public hearing on the issue began three hours into the meeting, and continued for four hours straight before […]
 

How California Deputies Became Highway Robbers

How California Deputies Became Highway Robbers

By Steven Greenhut San Bernardino County deputies stopped the same armored-car driver twice and took nearly $1.1 million in cash owned by legal marijuana dispensaries. An organized group of Southern California bandits has brazenly hijacked armored cars and grabbed hundreds of thousands of dollars in cash. The heavily armed thieves reportedly have damaged trucks, hassled their victims, […]

 

State to Consider Lifting School Mask Mandate In Two Weeks

State to Consider Lifting School Mask Mandate In Two Weeks

News Release Starting this Wednesday, vaccinated Californians will no longer be required to wear masks in public places, but the mask mandate will remain in effect for K-12 schools for at least two more weeks. Today, the state set February 28 as the date to consider lifting the mask requirement at schools. Dr. Mark Ghaly, […]

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Analysis Shows California Investor Owned Gas Utilities Hiked Pandemic Rates Even As Their Revenue Rose

Analysis Shows California Investor Owned Gas Utilities Hiked Pandemic Rates Even As Their Revenue Rose

Sacramento, CA – According to new analysis by environmental watchdog Food & Water Watch, California investor-owned gas utilities like SoCalGas were charging customers 53.9 percent more even as their companies saw revenue rise. SoCalGas, PG&E, and San Diego Gas and Electric Company all saw revenue increases in 2020 compared to 2019 (the year before the […]

 

Grassroots Coalition Fights Big Oil Efforts To Keep Permit Loophole Avoiding Environmental Review

Grassroots Coalition Fights Big Oil Efforts To Keep Permit Loophole Avoiding Environmental Review

News Release Ventura, CA —  In a virtual press conference, the VC-SAFE (Ventura County Save Agriculture and Freshwater for Everyone) coalition will launch its campaign to vote “yes” on Measures A and B, initiatives that would prevent oil and gas companies from using antiquated permits as old as one hundred years to drill in Ventura […]

Open Letter to Dr. Robert Levin & Michael Powers

Open Letter to Dr. Robert Levin & Michael Powers

By “We the People of Ventura County” Dear Dr. Robert Levin & Michael Powers, Our expectation as the residents of Ventura County is that you, as our public officials, are making informed decisions based upon truth and science to encourage individual sovereignty, inalienable rights, and robust medical debate – to ensure that your recommendations are […]

Finally: LAUSD Admits Its Enrollment Has Collapsed

Finally:  LAUSD Admits Its Enrollment Has Collapsed

By Kyle Stokes, LA1st   Twenty years ago, Los Angeles Unified schools were badly overcrowded. More than 737,000 students attended district schools back then, enduring long bus rides or odd year-round schedules to relieve the capacity pressure.   What Happens If LAUSD’s Enrollment Doesn’t Stop Dropping? 2 Schools Offer Painful Previews Now, LAUSD faces the opposite problem. […]

CA Sees 7th Largest Decline In Consumer Spending During COVID

CA Sees 7th Largest Decline In Consumer Spending During COVID

By Mike LaFirenza   The latest surge in COVID-19 cases caused by the Omicron variant once again disrupted an economic recovery that has been uneven to date. While most jurisdictions did not resort to the same sorts of public health restrictions instituted in early 2020, many businesses struggled to operate at full capacity with employees […]

Inflation Exceeds Fed’s Projection

Inflation Exceeds Fed’s Projection

by William J. Luther As Nobel Prize-winning physicist Niels Bohr once quipped: “Prediction is very difficult, especially if it’s about the future.” Members of the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) can surely relate. Despite having ten months of data and the levers of monetary policy in hand, inflation has overshot their projection for 2021. On […]

Russian Fighter Jet Flew Within 5 Feet Of US Surveillance Plane In ‘Dangerous’ Encounter, Pentagon Says

Russian Fighter Jet Flew Within 5 Feet Of US Surveillance Plane In ‘Dangerous’ Encounter, Pentagon Says

Sebastian Hughes U.S. and Russian military aircraft flew dangerously close to each other during three separate encounters between Feb. 11-12, including an incident where they came within five feet of one another, according to Pentagon officials. “We can confirm that over the course of last weekend, three U.S. Navy P-8A aircraft experienced unprofessional intercepts by […]

The 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion

The 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion

During the first World War Ralph Lindsey, my great grandfather, kept a journal of his service on the front. He wrote about the front, his travels, his wounds, but the thing that came up most often – the mail. Fast-forward 100 years. Even in the digital age there is something uniquely personal about a written […]

The Witch in the Closet

The Witch in the Closet

By Larry Sand   I was afraid of witches as a child. Indeed, I was convinced that there was an old crone hanging out in my bedroom closet just waiting to pounce. Not sure where or how it began, but it ended when I decided to take every bit of clothing and assorted junk out […]

Freedom Convoy Donor Forced To Close Store After Info Leaked In GiveSendGo Hack

Freedom Convoy Donor Forced To Close Store After Info Leaked In GiveSendGo Hack

Ailan Evans  A woman who donated to the Freedom Convoy, a group of truckers and individuals protesting Canada’s vaccine mandates and COVID-19 restrictions, was forced to close her gelato store after her information was leaked in a hack of GiveSendGo. Tammy Giuliani, owner of Stella Luna Gelato Café in Ottawa, Ontario, said in an interview with […]


 
 
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