“The Impact of the Teachers Union on Public Education” Larry Sand started his teaching career in New York in 1971. Beginning in 1985, he taught elementary school in the Los Angeles Unified School District. Retired in 2009, he is the president of the non-profit California Teachers Empowerment Network – a non-partisan, non-political group dedicated to providing teachers with reliable and balanced information about...

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John Cruikshank is running for Supervisor against the incumbent Janice Hahn and offers a fresh approach to solving the many serious problems of the 4th District of Los Angeles county and it’s cities. John Cruikshank will be an effective Supervisor helping the County solve the real, pressing issues that affect all Los Angeles County residents and businesses. John is currently President & CEO of JMC2, a California civil and...

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Defending Free Expression on Campus: A Conversation Tyler is an attorney and member of the Washington, DC Bar. He’s 2010 graduate of Indiana University-Bloomington and a 2015 graduate of the Michigan State University College of Law. In law school, he participated in the school’s First Amendment Clinic and served as president of MSU Law’s chapter of the Federalist Society. Tyler completed legal internships at the US...

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Speaking about Changes in the World Order Dr. James Coyle is an international consultant on issues of national security. He has been a lecturer at Pepperdine University’s School of Public Policy in the same field for over 20 years. Prior to his time in academia, Dr. Coyle had a distinguished career with the US government. Some of his positions included Director of Middle East Studies at the US Army War College, First Secretary...

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The Freedom Foundation is more than a think tank. It’s more than an action tank. They are a battle tank that’s battering the entrenched power of left-wing government union bosses who represent a permanent lobby for bigger government, higher taxes, and radical social agendas. As a civil rights attorney with Freedom Foundation, Tim Snowball’s practice is focused on protecting the First Amendment rights of public...

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Supervisor Kathryn Barger


Posted By on Oct 31, 2023

Kathryn Barger proudly serves Los Angeles County’s Fifth Supervisorial District, spanning 2,800 square miles, 22 cities and 87 unincorporated communities in the Antelope, Cresenta, Santa Clarita, San Fernando and San Gabriel Valleys. A lifelong District resident, her father Richards D. Barger, served as State Insurance Commissioner for Governor Ronald Reagan and was a prominent downtown Los Angeles attorney for over 50 years....

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