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Annual Rotary Magic Show

Annual Rotary Magic Show

The Rotary Creates Magic Show, is coming to the Theater on High Street in Moorpark at 7:30 pm on March 19, 2016. The 33rd Annual Rotary Fundraiser will bring the Theater alive with magic, featuring World Class Magicians from Hollywood’s famous Magic Castle, including: Larry Wilson, Emmy Nominated Magician Arthur Trace, World Class Magician Funny […]

Camarillo Hikers have been found

Camarillo Hikers have been found

On Saturday, 02/06/16, at about 10:30 p.m., the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office responded to a mutual aid request from the Santa Paula Police Department regarding overdue hikers. Patrick Gardner and his five year old son, were hiking in the area of Sycamore Canyon Campground near the Pacific Coast Highway. Gardner and his son became disoriented […]

HOAs & Landlords Required to Permit Clotheslines — California is now a ‘Right to Dry’ State

HOAs & Landlords Required to Permit Clotheslines — California is now a ‘Right to Dry’ State

By Jennifer Felten The environmental movement has won another battle in California; they’ve brought clotheslines back in an attempt to save energy. As such, California is now a “right to dry” state. The new law, which went into effect January 1st of this year, voids provisions in HOA governing documents that effectively prohibit or unreasonably […]

California’s Pension Contribution Shortfall At Least $15 Billion per Year

California’s Pension Contribution Shortfall At Least $15 Billion per Year

By Ed Ring . “Pension-change advocates failed to find funding for a measure during the depths of the 2008 recession and the havoc it wreaked on government budgets, so they won’t pass (a measure) when the economy is doing well.” –  Steve Maviglio, political consultant and union coalition spokesperson, Sacramento Bee, January 18, 2016 It’s […]

US Government pledges nearly $4 billion to kick-start self-driving cars

US Government pledges nearly $4 billion to kick-start self-driving cars

US Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx revealed plans for a six month initiative to prepare for a world of autonomous vehicles, as well as details of a $3.9 billion plan to make this world a reality by encouraging development of the technology over the next decade. Foxx warned that US transportation infrastructure will not be […]

Attorney General Reins in Shady Bond Practices

Attorney General Reins in Shady Bond Practices

By Jon Coupal . It’s not often that taxpayers get good news, especially in tax-happy California. Even more surprising is when the good news is an official opinion from the state’s Attorney General, someone not normally associated with friendly treatment to taxpayers. Last November, this column noted that local governments, especially school districts, were prone […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Skin Deep

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Skin Deep

By L. Neil Smith A while back, I wrote a piece about Gwyneth Paltrow (you probably know her as Pepper Potts from “Ironman” or as Viola de Loesseps in “Shakespeare In Love”– which she won the Academy Award for) lamenting the fact that such a lovely creature can make completely stupid remarks, politically and economically. To paraphrase Julie Brown, […]

1,282 People From State Sponsors of Terror Overstayed Visas

1,282 People From State Sponsors of Terror Overstayed Visas

A recent US Department of Homeland Security report on visa entry/exit overstays for fiscal year 2015 highlights glaring deficiencies in enforcement, with 1,282 individuals from countries designated as State Sponsors of Terror by the US State Department overstaying their temporary visas. The report shows that from 1 October 2015 to 30 September 2015, people from […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: Facebunk

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE:  Facebunk

By L. Neil Smith According to an article in the _New York Times_ online, the idiots and moral cripples who run Facebook have decided, in their complete absence of wisdom, to prohibit private gun sales on their system. Federally licensed dealers will not be affected, nor gun clubs. All hail to the People’s Glorious Collective! […]

Trumping hydrocarbon fuels and consumers

Trumping hydrocarbon fuels and consumers

By Paul Driessen Too many presidential candidates court corporate cash by promoting ethanol Donald Trump loves to tout his poll numbers. But if he’s doing so well, why does he pander to Iowa’s ethanol interests? The gambit might garner a few caucus votes among corn growers and ethanol producers. It certainly brings plaudits from renewable energy […]

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