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Budget and “headcount”: why so important?

Budget and “headcount”: why so important?

By Larry Stein “Headcount” refers to the number of full time equivalent people in an organization, department or project. Some people ask me about my obsession with headcounts. In small businesses, owners know who works for them, since they usually sign the paychecks and hand them out personally. As businesses grow the practice of personally […]

Two gentlemen conceding with gratitude to their supporters

Two gentlemen conceding with gratitude to their supporters

To all who supported this very grass roots campaign, I want to express my deepest sincerest gratitude. We worked very hard with very limited resources to bring a victory to our district, state and nation, however fell very short.  This process has been an emotional roller coaster.  Running through my experiences during my speeches brought […]

Ambassador Douglas Kmiec, Candidate for the 26th Congressional District addresses the social justice organizations of Ventura County:

Ambassador Douglas Kmiec, Candidate for the 26th Congressional District addresses the social justice organizations of Ventura County:

Thank you for permitting me to address you directly: I spoke to the members of our community who work the fields earlier this week. When I say “spoke,” I mean, like at present, I delivered my remarks partially in Spanish.  To relieve the pressure on your ears, I will only occasionally lapse into Spanish tonight […]

The Real McCoy–An Interview with 44th District Assembly Candidate Rob McCoy

The Real McCoy–An Interview with 44th District Assembly Candidate Rob McCoy

By Debra Tash As a candidate for the 44th State Assembly District, Pastor Rob McCoy of Godspeak Calvary Chapel in Newbury Park believes in keeping government local. “We need to own our community. It is all local, right down to individual families,” he told Citizens Journal in a recent interview. So why run for a […]

44th District Candidate Forum on Religious Freedoms

44th District Candidate Forum on Religious Freedoms

Event Announcement Featuring CA 44th District Assembly candidates: Rob McCoy, pills Jacqui Irwin, Mario de la Piedra.  44th encompasses much of Ventura County. Jeff Gorell is the incumbent. He is now running for Congress instead. Hosted by Rabbi Michael Barclay. at Center for Spiritual Living, 880 Hampshire Road- W&V, Thousand Oaks, CA- 6-7:30 PM  

Jacqui Irwin claims AD-44 debate victory

Jacqui Irwin claims AD-44 debate victory

from her campaign web site: Thousand Oaks Democrat says priorities are creating jobs and improving schools THOUSAND OAKS, stuff Calif.—Assembly candidate Jacqui Irwin made the strongest case for election at Saturday’s Acorn-Cal Lutheran University candidate forum, vialis 40mg offering the most knowledge on state issues and nine years of hands-on legislative experience. Irwin has served […]

Alexis Stuart, Conservative Republican for the 24th Congressional District

Alexis  Stuart, Conservative Republican for the 24th Congressional District

Alexis Stuart is running against incumbent Lois Capps Her statement: I am NOT A POLITICIAN, nor will I ever strive to be one. I am a voter and small business owner; who, like you, is tired of what is going on in Washington, D.C. I am a strong, yet compassionate conservative. I believe the compassionate […]

Assemblyman Scott Wilk–Is Covered California Hiring Criminals?

Assemblyman Scott Wilk–Is Covered California Hiring Criminals?

Watch the latest “Say What?” moment on Covered California hiring criminals. Recent reports revealed that Covered California, cheap the organization responsible for implementing the Affordable Care Act, symptoms has hired at least 43 convicted criminals as enrollment workers. _____________________________________________________ Get free Citizensjournal.us BULLETINS. Please patronize our advertisers (including below) to keep us publishing and/or DONATE.

Common Core and Marshall Tuck, Candidate, State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Common Core and Marshall Tuck, Candidate, State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Candidate, pharm State Superintendent of Public Instruction Dear Marshall Tuck, You want to straddle the fence on Common Core and this is not acceptable for a serious candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction.  The Common Core standards is a federalized education standard copyrighted by a couple of lobby groups in DC.  These two “proxy” non-elected, […]

What offices are up for election?

What offices are up for election?

By George Miller Elections are coming very soon! (originally published May 4,2014) Sample primary ballots are being mailed out. Soon, absentee ballots will follow. About half of county voters vote with absentee ballots. Get your sample ballot now Register to vote Election District maps See our Candidates Corner section Candidate list Here’s a list of offices up […]