2015-07-23 E-Edition

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Vaccine debate continues

Legislators rushed the mandatory vaccination bill through. Pavley and Irwin both voted yes. Gov. Brown rushed to sign. They don’t care. He added the religious exemption to AB 2109, and his father, Pat Brown, gave us the PBE (Personal Belief Exemption)— appalling. Thank you, Scott Wilk, for voting no. Democrats supported and Republicans opposed. Democrats represent control and the Republicans […]

Salomon Martinez

May 31, 1956 – June 27, 2015 Salomon Martinez, youngest son of David & Lydia Martinez, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer at the age of 59 in San Diego, CA. He had been a resident of Agoura Hills, since 1960 and had attended Agoura High School. A memorial service will be held on August 1, 2015 at […]

The Movie Nut

Think of them as yellow, pintsize capsules of humor that head straight to funny bone of the very young. There, they must tickle: How else to explain the uncontrolled laughter at the utter nonsense taking place in “Minions”? They speak in gibberish, they sing, they dance, they slug each other; they seem to be making up the plot as they […]

Study rates school district as among the ‘Best for Your Buck’

Most graduates of Oak Park High School go on to college

Families looking to settle in an affordable community with good schools would do well to move to Thousand Oaks, Oak Park, Moorpark or Simi Valley. According to a study conducted by the consumer finance website NerdWallet, Conejo Valley and Oak Park unified school districts are among the best in Southern California in areas with reasonably priced housing. NerdWallet, based in […]

Are vaccines safe for newborns?

Autism and SIDS are now listed by the FDA as frequent and serious side-effects on vaccine package inserts. And despite those dangers, not only California but the UK is now planning to give the pertussis vaccine to newborns. Here is a clear measure of medical insanity and the threat it represents to the health and life of your children: UK […]

Garden club installs officers

Newly elected officers of the Conejo Valley Garden Club recently met at the home of Dee Hoskins, 2015-2016 president, for the club’s annual year-end board meeting. The other new officers are: Faith Smyth, first vice president; Donna Bour, second vice president; Martha Jo Ford, secretary; and Marcia Moore, treasurer. The club is a member of the Channel Islands District, and […]

Under the stars with ‘Big Lebowski’

As part of its occasional Summer Movie Nights, the Museum of Ventura County will host an outdoor screening of the Cohn brothers’ 1998 film “The Big Lebowski” at 9 p.m. Fri., July 24 at the museum, 100 E. Main St., Ventura. Doors open at 8 p.m. It’s the third year in a row that the museum has hosted this night, […]

Restaurant owner to receive honorary degree

Ann Graham Ehringer, chief executive officer of Saddle Peak Lodge in Calabasas, will receive an honorary Doctor of Business from Pepperdine University in Malibu on Sat., Aug. 8. Ehringer is slated to deliver the commencement address at the Pepperdine University Graziadio School of Business and Management graduation ceremony at 10:30 a.m. the same day at Firestone Fieldhouse. Ehringer is CEO, […]

Science does not support vaccines

The truth of the vaccination issue lies buried in the headline. Though there may be “religious” objections, the truth lies in denial of the basic human right of medical freedom of choice and violation of parents’ right to informed consent. Constitutional rights are undermined through division, deception, fear and hysteria regarding current outbreaks of infectious diseases heretofore almost unheard of […]

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