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NAACP President Emeritus Hatcher Dies

The Ventura County community is saddened by the passing of a civil rights icon and NAACP legend, Mr. John R. Hatcher III. He transitioned on the morning of Friday, November 3, 2017. Mr. John R. Hatcher III, NAACP Ventura County President and life member, has been a civil rights leader in the NAACP for over sixty years. For more than 38 years, Hatcher was reelected as the President of the Ventura County chap ...

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Vietnam—The worst years of our lives – Part III

By Harry Alford This war had a physical span of 10 years. From 1965 – 1975 when we fled from the complex as if it were a plague. U.S. civilians, state department employees and Vietnamese seeking to flee from the ongoing North Vietnamese and Viet Cong troops moving quickly towards Saigon which they renamed Ho Chi Minh City. President Gerald Ford stepped up with much courage and leadership when he did what no ...

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Don’t Turn the Omnibus Into An Amnesty Bill

By Printus LeBlanc Republican leadership can’t help but be its own worst enemy. The Republican Party has everything going its way. The coup attempt by the Democrats has been exposed as a fraud. The economy is improving in leaps and bounds, and the GOP is looking to pick up several Senate seats in the midterm elections. Enter “leadership.” When the House passed the omnibus bill on September 14, it addressed ...

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Why are sanctuary cities helping the Mexican heroin cartels?

By Robert Romano About 14 of the 284 rejected Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainer requests for illegal aliens by local law enforcement were individuals on narcotics charges, including trafficking, a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request by Judicial Watch from the Department of Homeland Security has revealed. The period covered the first three months of 2017. When an ICE detainer request i ...

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Kamala Harris at black church: US isn’t as split as it seems

By BILL BARROW Making her first high-profile foray into the Southern black church, California Sen. Kamala Harris told a Georgia congregation founded by former freed slaves that the United States remains wracked by racism, sexism and other forms of discrimination that flout the nation's core values. But the rising Democratic Party star added that Americans aren't as split as ``forces of hate and division'' s ...

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FBI wiretap on Manafort in 2016 can only mean that almost the entire Trump campaign was bugged by Obama

By Robert Romano A Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) court warrant was obtained against former Trump campaign manager and chairman Paul Manafort at a time when he had an apartment at Trump Tower and was either actively working on the campaign or still in contact with the campaign, according to the Sept. 19 CNN report. As a result, it turns out the FBI under former President Barack Obama, Attorney ...

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On single payer, a good socialist never learns his lesson

By Natalia Castro Congressional Republicans failed to repeal and replace Obamacare, now Democrats want to take this destructive policy a step further. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) has come together with other Democrats to promote a single payer system, despite the consistent proof of failure. Republicans must work quickly to dismantle Obamacare or they will be stuck defending it against a system far worse. S ...

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Levi’s Stadium: A Project That will go down in Infamy

The National Black Chamber of Commerce and its kindred spirits have been fighting construction unions’ racist hiring and contracting tactics.  They have co-opted our politicians, civil rights organizations to the point that their negro allies do the dirty racist work for them.  One of the latest examples of this is Levi’s Stadium, home for the San Francisco 49’ers, in Santa Clara, California. The history of ...

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Thousand Oaks man passes counterfeit check for bail

By Cat Keniston Authorities say a Southern California man jailed on suspicion of check fraud and identity theft is suspected of using a counterfeit cashier's check to post bail. The Ventura County Star reports Cedric Frierson is due in court next week. The 42-year-old was initially arrested in June after Thousand Oaks police said he gave three counterfeit checks totaling $12,000 to a car dealership as down ...

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US immigrants sue over Trump’s end of deportation protection

By AMY TAXIN Six immigrants brought to the United States as children who became teachers, graduate students and a lawyer sued the Trump administration last week over its decision to end a program shielding them from deportation. The lawsuit filed in federal court in San Francisco alleged the move violated the constitutional rights of immigrants who lack legal status and provided information about themselves ...

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