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Santa Clarita is full of colorful characters but few are more colorful than David “Cigar Dave” Barlavi, who is known for two things: one is his selfie with a cigar hanging out of his mouth and two is being...
The always colorful Joe Messina is no stranger to controversy, Joe has amassed a large group of dedicated haters in our community who follow him around waging their fingers and attempting to shame him everywhere they possibly can. But last...
First, we must address the title itself, which reads "Early Hopefuls for the City Council Race" this would lead a reasonable person to conclude that this article is to go over all the people who plan on running for...
By. KHTS Newsroom In the wake of the Las Vegas shooting, a candlelight vigil named “Pray for Vegas” is being planned to support victims from Santa Clarita and beyond. The event is set to take place on Wednesday, Oct. 11 at...
Connecting Right – Special Guest Bob Lindsey For Sheriff, Local Victims From Las Vegas, Golden Valley DUI Collision – October 8, 2017 Host’s: Dave Goss, Sean Griffin Guests: Bob Lindsey Topic: Special Guest Bob Lindsey For Sheriff, Local Victims From Las Vegas, Golden Valley...
Beverly Hills Lawyer Bryan Caforio just can't help himself, can he? In a recent tweet, Caforio talked trash to Congressman Knight for the Red Sox getting busted using a camera to steal signals from opposing teams. Wonder what @SteveKnight25 thinks...
Please consider helping text take from Gofundme Today, we lost an amazing, wonderful, selfless, sweet soul of man to a sensless act of violence in the Las Vegas Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting. My name is Leah Nagyivanyi and I was...
Connecting Right – The Peoples Candidate for CA Governor Laura Smith; NFL Protests And A Local Pizzaria; Newhall School Calendar Issue – October 1, 2017 connectingRIGHT – October 1, 2017 Listen in as Dave and Sean kick off their second episode with...
Dear Parent/Guardian: I regret to inform you that our District was contacted by law enforcement with some concerning information regarding a musical performer associated with the Flutes Across the World Program, a program that works with schools across Southern California,...
The stunt-prone liberal group "CA25 United for Progress" (25UP) continues its distasteful practice of labeling their democrat sponsored political fundraisers as "town halls." This time 25UP got their buddies from all the way up in the Antelope Valley i.e....
Connecting Right – Debut Episode: Local Ethics, State W/ Special Guest D.J. Hamburger, And Trump And The NFL – September 24, 2017 connectingRIGHT – September 24, 2017 Tune into the debut episode of connectingRIGHT with Dave Goss and Sean Griffin. Each week...
Affordable housing has become the clarion call of progressives to combat the evil results of market capitalism. Almost weekly we see impassioned articles and editorials calling for an aggressive affordable housing plan for the SCV. Rising home and living...
If you haven't heard yet, identity politics is driving a wedge between members of solid communities like Santa Clarita. Catching up on this morning's postings, it was brought to light that in our own backyard an Anthropology professor at...
During my senior year of high school, I would often sit in my teacher’s classroom and discuss political issues with her. One day, she started telling me why she held conservative beliefs and why she identified as a Republican....
By Lauren Cooley Students enrolled in an Anthropology 101 Lab at the College of the Canyons may be sent to the dean’s office if they purport “identity-based stereotypes.” According to the Physical Anthropology Lab syllabus, stereotyping someone “based on race, gender,...
Over the past 2 months, I’ve been holding community chats all around the 38th Assembly District (Simi Valley, San Fernando Valley, and Santa Clarita Valley) so I can listen to concerns from residents in face-to-face conversations. I’ve heard a...
With the 2016 elections behind us, our time to take a deep breath and enjoy the ephemeral peace from political campaigns until 2018 appeared to be at hand. Recently though, three individuals have formally announced their candidacy for the...
The City of Santa Clarita was recently named one of the Top 100 Safest Cities in America by the National Council for Home Safety and Security. Among cities with a population size of 200,000 or more, Santa Clarita ranked...
The June 13 Santa Clarita City Council meeting was expected to be long; lasting close to three hours, it did not disappoint. While only about 30 minutes were spent discussing our annual city budget (I guess not too many people...
Earlier this year I applied for appointment to the vacant Santa Clarita City Council seat, and a bit later for the vacated Parks, Recreation and Community Services Commission seat. I have never before pursued public office, but given the...
The Signal article “White House pulls Republican healthcare plan” left so much unsaid. The only two people interviewed were pro-Obamacare while those who experience the Unaffordable Care Act were absent. One local lady interviewed, a nurse, extolled the virtues of the...
A lot of hay was made about U.S. Representative Steve Knight’s town hall meeting on March 4. Apparently the pessimistic views were: the meeting wasn’t for the right reasons (he had to be “cajoled” and guilted”); it wasn’t the right...
An open-top tractor-trailer motors down the Highway 14 freeway. Gravel, piled high in back, ricochets off the pavement as the tractor bounces down the bumpy highway, losing bits of sand and rock at every turn. Imagine driving the car behind...
Since the November election came to a close, the lies and misinformation keep coming from the fringe left-wingers in the Santa Clarita Valley, Santa Clarita Organization for Planning and the Environment. First we had the group challenging the planned joining...
Last Friday the Santa Clarita Chamber of Commerce hosted a debate between Congressman Steve Knight and Democratic nominee Bryan Caforio. Everyone in the room quickly became aware of the young man from the Caforio campaign following Congressman Knight around with...
Every day on social media, I’m asked to defend my decision to vote (or not vote) in this election. Depending on who is asking my tone may differ, but the essence of my answer remains constant: I believe voting...
When a coworker shows up to work sneezing and coughing, there’s often a lot of grumbling for him or her to go home instead of potentially getting everyone sick. After all, nobody wants to get sick and have to leave...
If I had an opportunity to travel in time, I wouldn’t mind going back to 2008 and voting twice against Proposition 1A, the High Speed Rail Project. Luckily for me — and you — another bite at the apple...
Well, so far the 2016 political season is living up to the hype. Let’s just hope the Super Bowl does the same! The Iowa caucus delivered on both sides with the Democrat and Republican front-runners each ending up as the...
The Internet Revolution and globalization has made creating an excellent public education system an essential strategy for America to remain economically competitive, but it’s a moral imperative as well. This convergence has created a new world where a kid...
Last Saturday was a tough day for Santa Clarita. In a fitting tribute complete with Harley Davidsons and military fly-overs, we said goodbye to Duane Harte, the man many have referred to as the heart of Santa Clarita. Looking at...
Cemex. When will they ever learn? With the Bureau of Land Management’s action to cancel the contract of Cemex — effectively bringing to an end our decade-long fight against one of the largest proposed sand and gravel mines in the...
“Politics ain’t beanbag” is the famous statement of Mr. Dooley, an Irish-American character of writer Finley Peter Dunne, and it’s as applicable today as it was in 1895 when it was written. This year alone, from Santa Clarita to Washington...
In recent years, our community has gone to great lengths to reduce chloride levels in the water we send downstream into Ventura County. First, we banned the installation of new salt-based water softeners, and then we approved a measure...
In recent weeks, Santa Clarita has been the focus of national news stories over the comments of City Councilman Bob Kellar. I have known Kellar for more than a dozen years and spent six years serving with him on...
Throughout my time in the Legislature, I have worked closely with my colleagues - both Republicans and Democrats - in an effort to stem the flow of runaway film production that takes so many jobs out of our community. Year...

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