A new initiative on drugs

A new initiative on drugs

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) I am pleased to announce that I have been invited to join the coordinating committee of a 5-year Stanford Neurosciences Institute initiative to foster collaboration between scientists and policymakers focused on drug addiction. The Stanford initiative will be national in scope, with committee members tasked to develop plans for its […]

Have ‘dreamers’ help secure the border

Now that former President Barack Obama’s un-Constitutional Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA is coming to an end as per the campaign promise of President Donald Trump, Congress now has this hot potato and must commit to securing our national borders and defending America’s sovereignty. In an institution that is clearly lacking in any […]

Bonsall Woman’s Club continues to give

The Bonsall Education Foundation (BEF) acts as steward of the Bonsall Schoolhouse, the charming building located on the property of the Bonsall Elementary School. Our primary benefactor, the Bonsall Woman’s Club, recently donated the generous amount of $25,500. The vast majority of the work completed so far is due to their kindness and dedication. Our […]

Volunteers needed to help with hurricane relief effort

Caring Fallbrook residents who are truly concerned about people in Texas are invited to come to a meeting to plan the delivery of donated items to a small town that needs help after Hurricane Harvey’s visit. So far at least 120 boxes of items have been collected, sorted, and organized to be shipped soon. A […]

Re: The result of ending amnesty [Letter, Village News, 9/7/17]

I assume that the program referred to in the Letter to the Editor/Opinion section of Sept. 7 is DACA. So, it seems that ending DACA will “make Fallbrook great again” according to Mr. Weintraub?  Really? Perhaps, what might make our little town great again is more residents patronizing our local businesses and participating in more […]

Open letter to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation

I am contacting you to voice my stringent opposition to and concern regarding the implementation of Proposition 57. My concern and opposition stem from the fact that too many crimes that are in reality violent by their nature are classified by Prop 57 as “non-violent” for political reasons. Currently under California State Law, these crimes […]

Volunteers needed for mentoring program

Fallbrook Citizens Crime Prevention Committee and its GANAS program (guide advise nurture and support) are doing some restructuring after the death of founder/president Pat Brandel, who died unexpectedly this past February. We are looking for and are in need of people like you who want to give back to our community through mentoring our own […]

Native American Day

Assemblymember Marie Waldron AD-75 (R) I am pleased to be a capitol sponsor of the upcoming 50th Native American Day celebration scheduled for Sept. 22 on the south steps of the State Capitol. This year’s event will celebrate Tribal Sovereignty to recognize the authority of indigenous tribes to govern themselves within our nation’s borders. Eighteen reservations lie within […]

The result of ending amnesty

A study by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s open borders organization revealed that if an Obama-created amnesty program for young illegal aliens is ended, it would open nearly 700,000 American jobs. Making Fallbrook great again. Jerry Weintraub Jr

America should keep its promise

Senator Joel Anderson SD-38 (R) Since the founding of our country, those yearning to breathe free from around the globe have been willing to make tremendous sacrifices to obtain American citizenship. Some, while not yet citizens, believed so strongly in the promise of America that they volunteered to defend it as a member of our […]

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