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Getting the real hope back–United IE Conservative Conference Protecting the American Dream

Getting the real hope back–United IE Conservative Conference Protecting the American Dream

. . . By Michael Greer I got up at 5:00am on Saturday morning, and drove two hours to Riverside for a conference. It was well worth the trip. I must congratulate the United Inland Empire Conservative Conference. They are a group of Tea Parties and conservative clubs that only just joined together this year. […]

Ventura County girl and others victim of man’s emotional meltdown

Ventura County girl and others victim of man’s emotional meltdown

By Daniel Gelman Reportedly Veronika Weiss, a 19 year old graduate of Westlake High School and student at U.C. Santa Barbara, was victimized this weekend by the irrational will of an emotionally disturbed young man. One of the many oddities of existence is the very real possibility that your life can end abruptly and violently […]

CitizensJournal.us- Letters to the Editor (Archived)

CitizensJournal.us- Letters to the Editor (Archived)

Since this is CITIZENS Journal, public opinion is especially important. We accept general letters here from the public, on varied topics in the form of comments, below. If you wish to respond to specific articles, scroll down to reader comments for the appropriate posting.  If you want them featured, include full name, address, phone number (the latter […]

California: State Health Benefits Create $64.6 Billion in Debt

California: State Health Benefits Create $64.6 Billion in Debt

This year at the annual California Chamber of Commerce Breakfast, Governor Jerry Brown announced his fear for the increasing life span of public employees who collect lifetime health benefits. His fear comes from the states’ negligence to set aside funds to cover these future expenses that will cost Californians an accumulated $64.6 billion. The state […]

No thanks, Mr. Munger

No thanks, Mr. Munger

By Debra Tash I have been a registered Republican all my voting life.  However, lately I’ve been thinking, not of leaving the party, I tried that twice and for various reasons, reenlisted again in this sinking ship.  No, what I’ve been thinking about is how the party has left me for, well, the left.  I […]

Bean Patch Politics

Bean Patch Politics

Faith, Politics Pastor Rob McCoy with Linda Johnston, M.D. (McCoy is now running for CA AD-44 in Ventura County) originally published on CJ April 10, 2013 What Has Happened to America? Lately I have been reflecting a lot on the story of a grandfather who was walking on the beach with his grandson. They saw […]

Are You Sick of Washington?

Are You Sick of Washington?

Are You Sick of Washington? If you want a common sense conservative in Washington, order vote for Rafael Dagnesses for Congress on June 3rd.  He is the only conservative and non-politician running for the 26th Congressional District who happens to be a Republican. Rafael is a successful business owner experienced in creating jobs and dealing […]

The Left Honors Nothing

The Left Honors Nothing

By Gregory Welborn   Last week we were treated to stories about political correctness in our universities, but this week a little middle school has upped the ante. That’s right; the Cole Middle School of Providence Rhode Island has shown its betters about how to really implement Liberal philosophy.  The school cancelled “Honor’s Night” because, […]

There Is No Loophole in Prop. 13

There Is No Loophole in Prop. 13

     

What Liberals Can Learn From Liberals

What Liberals Can Learn From Liberals

By Gregory Welborn