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Candidate McCoy speaks out on separation of church and state

Candidate McCoy speaks out on separation of church and state

“Liberty is like a muscle, you have to exercise it to keep it,” Rob McCoy said in his opening speech to the Calvary Chapter of the Toastmaster’s Club in Westlake Village Thursday night. separation of church and state McCoy spoke on the separation of church and state, “The faith community is the largest minority in […]

Outrage: Fake voter guides deceive the public

Outrage: Fake voter guides deceive the public

Steve Knight–Congressional Candidate for the 25th District

Steve Knight–Congressional Candidate for the 25th District

One issue that’s close to my heart is making sure our veterans are taken care of in every respect – housing, cialis tuition, mental health programs, and healthcare. As we’re painfully aware, the Veterans Administration health care system desperately needs reforms. One quick, simple way to improve healthcare quality for veterans is to provide them […]

Orlando Dozier for Oxnard Harbor District Commission

Candidates Corner Statement from Orlando Dozier candidate for Oxnard Harbor District Commission If we want to truly fix our cities, we must go beyond City Hall and fix the other local governing entities that have a direct impact on our quality of life. The Oxnard Harbor District is one of those local governing entities. I […]

Ventura County Doctors Endorse Jeff Gorell for Congress

Ventura County Doctors  Endorse Jeff Gorell for Congress

The Ventura County Medical Association, representing hundreds of physicians from throughout the community, announced this week their endorsement of Jeff Gorell for Congress in California’s 26th District. “I’m honored to have the support of our community doctors,” said Jeff Gorell. “With the enormous issues facing Ventura County and our nation related to health care access, […]

Bert Perello- Incumbent/Candidate for Oxnard City Council

Bert Perello- Incumbent/Candidate for Oxnard City Council

Candidates Corner   Councilman Bert Perello Biography Bert Perello was born on November 5, 1950 in Santa Barbara, California. His parents, Eugene and Lena, moved the family to Oxnard in 1959 where together with Clara and Bert, Gene’s parents, and Gene’s Brother Dominick, they operated Perello and Sons, a family-run lemon ranch located on the […]

44th Assembly District debate held- candidates differentiate themselves

44th Assembly District debate held- candidates differentiate themselves

By George Miller  (Originally published May 13, 2014- republished due to election race between McCoy and Irwin) There has been a paucity of real debates this season. Certain partisan groups have held “candidate forums” which are little more than “beauty contests” to introduce candidates to the party faithful. There was only one other debate by […]

Tim Flynn for Oxnard Mayor- candidate statement

Tim Flynn for Oxnard Mayor- candidate statement

Candidates Corner   In the first 30 days at the helm I guided the City Council to abolish the giving away of multi-million dollar contracts such as those that led to the FBI’s and District Attorney’s two-year-long investigation. I voted to recover secret retirement benefits given to select employees, refused to settle a lawsuit with […]

Congressman Tom McClintock and Vice Chair of L.A. County Republicans at odds over Props on Nov. Ballot

Congressman Tom McClintock and Vice Chair of L.A. County Republicans at odds over Props on Nov. Ballot

Congressman Tom McClintock, who had represented Ventura County in the State legislature, is known to be one of the most conservative members of the House of Representatives. Recently he sent out an email with his ballot recommendations.  Some are the complete opposite of those recommended by Gary Aminoff, former Vice Chairman of the Los Angeles […]

Oxnard candidate forum- Council and Mayor- 10/1/14

Oxnard candidate forum- Council and Mayor- 10/1/14

By George Miller This forum was held at City Hall on 10-1-14, televised by the city and also produced by Dan Pinedo of OMAC, a Citizensjournal.us correspondent. It was sponsored by the Oxnard Inter-Neighborhood Council Forum, (INCF). The event was well-moderated by Ed Castillo, a supporter of Councilman Bert Perello, but he seemingly maintained a fair and […]