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  • Robert Kennedy Jr, Childrens Health Defense|Updated Mar 30, 2022

    Robert F. Kennedy, Jr ChildrensHealthDefense.org As the California legislature considers more mandates for COVID vaccines for children, what does the latest science tell us? Children have a statistically zero risk of death from COVID. There is more risk from the vaccine than from the disease. A large study conducted in Germany posted on medRxiv showed zero deaths for children ages 5-11 and a case fatality rate of three per million in all children without comorbidities. A Johns Hopkins study monitoring 48,000 children diagnose...

  • Treasurer-Tax Collector updates investment policy to consider ESG investments

    Updated Mar 11, 2022

    Updated investment policy prohibits County from investing in securities in the fossil fuel industry SAN DIEGO – San Diego County Treasurer-Tax Collector Dan McAllister joins the growing movement by government agencies to consider environmental, social and governance factors when investing public funds. The San Diego County Investment Pool, which reached $13.58 billion in January reviews its investment policy annually and updates it as needed. This year’s update will consider ESG practices when evaluating securities aimed at...

  • Fallbrook chamber to hold February events

    Updated Feb 3, 2022

    FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Chamber of Commerce has several events planned for February. They are: Monday, Feb. 7 – First Monday Coffee at Chamber office, 9 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 10 – SunUpper at the chamber office, hosted by Cindy Gobrecht of Mary Kay, 9 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 17 – Business Member Expo at Pala Mesa Resort, 4-7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 24 – Dinner Mob at The Coal Bunker, 5 p.m. The chamber is located at 111 S. Main Ave. For more information on the events, call 760-728-5845 or email jackie.toppin@fallb...

  • NASA's Webb Telescope Reaches Major Milestone as Mirror Unfolds

    Updated Jan 13, 2022

    NASA's James Webb Space Telescope team fully deployed its 21-foot, gold-coated primary mirror, successfully completing the final stage of all major spacecraft deployments to prepare for science operations. A joint effort with the European Space Agency and Canadian Space Agency, the Webb mission will explore every phase of cosmic history – from within our solar system to the most distant observable galaxies in the early universe. "Today, NASA achieved another engineering m...

  • Gastelum seated on Rainbow CPG

    Updated Dec 16, 2021

    Joe Naiman Village News Reporter Douglas Gastelum is the newest member of the Rainbow Community Planning Group. Gastelum was seated on the planning group Nov. 18. He replaced Bill Crocker in Seat No. 10 for the term which expires on Jan. 2, 2023. Gastelum can run for re-election next year for a full four-year term. “I’ve been really impressed with the commitment on display by the planning group members,” Gastelum said. “I think we’re going to have a good man in that position,” said planning group chair Paul Georgantas. “He’s...

  • Biden restricts travel from 8 African countries over COVID-19 variant

    Updated Dec 2, 2021

    Jack Phillips The Epoch Times The United States will restrict travel from South Africa and seven other African countries on Monday, Nov. 29, in a bid to control the spread of a new COVID-19 variant. A proclamation from President Joe Biden said travel will be curbed from Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Lesotho, Eswatini, Mozambique and Malawi in addition to South Africa. American citizens and lawful permanent residents will still be allowed to enter the United States from those...

  • Members of Congress meet with Taiwan's president despite warnings from China

    Updated Dec 2, 2021

    Henry Rodgers The Daily Caller A bipartisan group of five members of Congress went to Taiwan to meet with President Tsai Ing-wen after serving food to U.S. troops on Thanksgiving, defying orders from China. Members of the House Veterans Affairs Committee, including Chairman and Democratic California Rep. Mark Takano, Democratic Texas Rep. Colin Allred, Republican South Carolina Rep. Nancy Mace, Democratic California Rep. Sara Jacobs and Democratic Michigan Rep. Elissa...

  • Former supervisor builds school in Uganda

    Updated Nov 26, 2021

    Rick Monroe Special to the Village News Bill Horn, former county supervisor, has a new favorite destination: Uganda. It all began when Horn met Moses Muwanguzi in 2013 at a North County meeting of Women of Vision. He was intrigued by the man's mission to help educate children in Uganda, his home. Moses is not his real name, but the name he adopted at age 14 when he left his family's Muslim faith and became a Christian. Muwanguzi was disowned by his family but was educated at...

  • BREAKING: Federal court temporarily blocks Biden's OSHA vaccine mandate

    Submitted|Updated Nov 6, 2021

    AILAN EVANS TECH REPORTER/The Daily Caller The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit temporarily halted the Biden administration's rule requiring employers with over 100 workers to mandate COVID-19 vaccinations or implement weekly testing In a ruling issued Saturday on a lawsuit filed by state attorneys general, the court ordered the vaccine mandate to be temporarily halted. The mandate was to be enforced through the Occupational Safety and Health...

  • Current lifesaving COVID-19 information shared between doctors, scientists

    Updated Oct 22, 2021

    The following is a transcript of a Roundtable discussion between professionals with experience regarding COVID-19, including one of the original architects of the mRNA technology, frontline doctors and surgeons who have actually treated thousands of COVID patients, a psychiatrist and a statistician. They discuss treatments, the vaccines, natural immunity, pregnancy, children, Delta, and other variants, and a proven strategy to successfully fight COVID. Panelists included Dr....

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  • White House: Democrats will be 'disappointed' as party scales back Biden agenda

    Updated Oct 8, 2021

    By Jack Phillips The Epoch Times A top White House adviser said Democrats will be disappointed as the party works to trim President Joe Biden’s agenda amid party infighting, although he predicted that two major components would be approved in Congress. “People will be disappointed. People will not get everything they want. That is the art of legislating. But the goal here is to get both bills, and we’re going to fight until we get both bills,” Cedric Richmond, director of the White House Office of Public Engagement, told “M...

  • Whistleblower: Facebook chose profit over public safety

    Updated Oct 8, 2021

    David Bauder and Michael Liedtke The Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) – A data scientist who was revealed Sunday as the Facebook whistleblower says that whenever there was a conflict between the public good and what benefited the company, the social media giant would choose its own interests. Frances Haugen was identified in a “60 Minutes” interview Sunday, Oct. 3, as the woman who anonymously filed complaints with federal law enforcement that the company’s own research shows how it magnifies hate and misinformation. Haugen,...

  • Democrats see political peril in replacing Minneapolis PD

    Updated Oct 8, 2021

    Steve Karnowski The Associated Press MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – As activists mobilized this summer to ask Minneapolis voters to replace their police department, one of the first prominent Democrats to slam the plan was a moderate congresswoman who doesn’t even live in the city. Angie Craig declared it “shortsighted, misguided and likely to harm the very communities that it seeks to protect.” She warned that it could push out the city’s popular Black police chief. Craig’s district covers a suburban-to-rural and politically...

  • Project aims to ID voting rights marchers of 'Bloody Sunday'

    Updated Oct 8, 2021

    The Associated Press SELMA, Ala. (AP) – The world knows the names of John Lewis and a few more of the voting rights demonstrators who walked across Selma’s Edmund Pettus Bridge in 1965 only to be attacked by Alabama state troopers on a day that came to be called “Bloody Sunday.” A new project aims to identify more of the hundreds of people who were involved in the protest. Auburn University professors Richard Burt and Keith Hebert, working with a group of honors college students, have established a Facebook page where p...

  • Governor signs Senate Bill 639

    Updated Oct 8, 2021

    SACRAMENTO – California achieved an important civil right recently with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s signature on Senate Bill (SB) 639 ending the policy that allowed businesses with special licenses to be able to pay people with disabilities subminimum wage for their work. California now becomes the 13th state to end this practice. Once the implementation process is complete all California employees with disabilities will earn at least minimum wage for their work. This bill was championed by Senator Maria Elena Durazo (D-Los Ang...

  • Friends, family flock to Long Island to mourn Gabby Petito

    Updated Oct 1, 2021

    Arijeta Lajka The Associated Press HOLBROOK, N.Y. (AP) – Lines of mourners paid their respects Sunday, Sept. 26, for Gabby Petito, the 22-year-old whose death on a cross-country trip has sparked a manhunt for her boyfriend. Among those who congregated in Holbrook, about 35 miles (56 kilometers) east of New York City, were family members, friends, co-workers and people who were touched by Petito's story even though they didn't know her. "She was a beautiful soul; she was f...

  • Doubling down on something cratering in the polls, Meghan McCain slams Biden for not governing as a moderate

    Updated Oct 1, 2021

    Virginia Kruta The Daily Caller Daily Mail columnist Meghan McCain criticized President Joe Biden for doubling down on the Build Back Better agenda instead of governing as a moderate. McCain joined a panel discussion on the Sunday, Sept. 26, broadcast of "Meet The Press," and she argued that Biden had been elected by independents and moderates and his agenda was effectively leaving them behind. "Meghan, I want you to play a reporter here for us, because you may have the best...

  • John Hinckley, who shot Reagan, to be freed from oversight

    Updated Oct 1, 2021

    Ben Finley The Associated Press A federal judge said Monday that John Hinckley Jr., who tried to assassinate President Ronald Reagan four decades ago, can be freed from all remaining restrictions next year if he continues to follow those rules and remains mentally stable. U.S. District Court Judge Paul L. Friedman in Washington said during a 90-minute court hearing that he'll issue his ruling on the plan this week. Since Hinckley moved to Williamsburg, Virginia, from a...

  • Republicans introduce bill to prohibit federal vaccine mandates

    Updated Oct 1, 2021

    Michael Ginsberg and Henry Rodgers The Daily Caller Republicans in the House of Representatives, led by Arizona Rep. Andy Biggs, introduced a bill Friday, Sept. 24, that would prohibit federal agencies from implementing vaccine mandates. Biggs’ bill takes aim at President Joe Biden’s instructions to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to publish an emergency temporary standard that would require all businesses with more than 100 employees to ensure their employees are vaccinated or tested weekly for COV...

  • Facebook puts Instagram for kids on hold after pushback

    Updated Oct 1, 2021

    Michelle Chapman The Associated Press Facebook is putting a hold on the development of a kids’ version of Instagram, geared toward children under 13, to address concerns that have been raised about the vulnerability of younger users. “I still firmly believe that it’s a good thing to build a version of Instagram that’s designed to be safe for tweens, but we want to take the time to talk to parents and researchers and safety experts and get to more consensus about how to move forward,” Adam Mosseri, the head of Instagram...

  • Board paves way for legalization of small home kitchens

    Updated Sep 23, 2021

    Katie Cadiao County of San Diego Communications Office The County Board of Supervisors voted today to move forward with plans to legalize microenterprise home kitchen operations, or MEHKOs. MEHKOs are defined by California law as a small retail food facility, operated from a private home. The state allowed local jurisdictions to begin authorizing MEHKOs in 2018. So far, seven California cities and counties, including Santa Barbara and Riverside, have legalized these...

  • As districts insist on vaccines, some teachers push back

    Updated Sep 2, 2021

    Gillian Flaccus and Bobby Caina Calvan The Associated Press PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) – Some of the biggest school systems in the U.S. are taking a hard line with teachers and staff members who are not yet vaccinated against COVID-19: Get a jab or lose your job. Most teachers already are vaccinated, and national teachers' unions have endorsed vaccine mandates, but the policies have sparked protests from educators and, in some cases, pushback from local district leaders who fear l...

  • Texas' elections bill clears state house, setting stage to become law

    Updated Sep 2, 2021

    Andrew Trunsky Political Reporter/Daily Caller Texas’ controversial elections bill cleared the state House Friday afternoon, Aug. 27, clearing its way to Gov. Greg Abbott’s desk after a months-long battle that drove Democrats to flee the state in an attempt to block its passage. Senate Bill 1 was lauded by Republicans as a means to better secure future elections, but was chastised by Democrats as an effort to restrict voting access following former President Donald Trump’s discredited claims that the 2020 election was fraud...

  • Woman sues Cedars-Sinai demanding that mother be given Ivermectin

    Updated Sep 2, 2021

    Village News Staff LOS ANGELES – A Hollywood woman is suing Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, alleging hospital doctors have wrongfully rejected her requests that her 75-year-old mother be given the powerful anti-viral drug Ivermectin as her health continues to deteriorate due to the coronavirus, as reported by City News Service. “My mother is on death’s doorstep, she has no other options,” Sylvia Bagdassarian states in an affidavit in support of her Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit filed Friday, asking for a court order t...

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