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“Do You Live Here?” | The Ultimate Outsider in the SB 54 Sanctuary State Debate

“Do You Live Here?” | The Ultimate Outsider in the SB 54 Sanctuary State Debate

By Deborah Baber Savalla I have spoken out against interfering with Federal immigration law at a number of city council meetings including a few in 2017 in Oxnard when that council was discussing and eventually voted 3-1 (with Mayor Flynn conveniently out of the country) to pass a resolution calling Oxnard a “Safe City”. I […]

Pastor Jim Domen: “Call State Senators-‘No’ on AB 2943”

Pastor Jim Domen: “Call State Senators-‘No’ on AB 2943”

    By Michael Hernandez NEWPORT BEACH—Pastor Jim Domen, president and founder of ChurchUnited—a pastoral network of 500 ministers in California from dozens of faith backgrounds and diverse racial identities—is urging Christians “to call State Senators to vote ‘No’ on AB2943.” Pastor Domen is hoping that the phone response will be so massive that the […]

Julia Brownley Teenage Town Hall on Gun Control

Julia Brownley Teenage Town Hall on Gun Control

     Tom Dunn is a Port Hueneme resident who is publisher of Port Hueneme News, a digital newspaper (facebook @huenemenews)  and host of  “Hello Port Hueneme” a video interview show about people, places and things in Port Hueneme.               Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

State agency fails to protect vulnerable communities from pesticide exposure

State agency fails to protect vulnerable communities from pesticide exposure

    Oxnard, CA: The state agency charged with regulating California’s pesticide industry allows manufacturers to make up their own usage rules, continues to allow a brain-damaging chemical to be used on food crops, is slow to hold applicators accountable when workers are poisoned, and routinely ignores community input in its rulemaking process. That’s according […]

William J. Federer: “Pastors and churches founded communities in America”

William J. Federer: “Pastors and churches founded communities in America”

    By Michael Hernandez NEWBURY PARK—“Pastors and churches founded communities in America,” said William J. Federer at Godspeak Calvary Chapel, 2697 Lavery Ct. as his response to critics who talk about separation of church and state.    Federer used examples such as Rev. John Lothropp (Massachusetts); Rev. Roger Williams (Rhode Island); Rev. John Wheeler (New […]

Commentary | Kevin McGary: “God’s heart is breaking when he looks at California”

Commentary | Kevin McGary: “God’s heart is breaking when he looks at California”

    By Michael Hernandez NEWBURY PARK—“God’s heart is breaking when he looks at California,” said Kevin McGary, Douglass Leadership Institute Senior Development Associate, at Godspeak Calvary Chapel, 2697 Lavert Ct.  “The condition of America is a report card of the church.   The people of faith are to be the light and salt.  We are […]

Have Our Correspondents become the Dregs of Society?

Have Our Correspondents become the Dregs of Society?

    By Sigrid Weidenweber This is a question we must ask ourselves after having seen the televised scenes from the last correspondent’s dinner. The Correspondent’s Association bash was, a long time ago, a venue for the press to hopefully witty and erudite, critique the attending politicians and the president. Already twenty years ago I […]

Calvary Chapel pastor:  “Our politicians are declaring themselves gods”

Calvary Chapel pastor:  “Our politicians are declaring themselves gods”

    By Pastor Jack Hibbs CHINO HILLS—“It is now becoming illegal for me to counsel, help and pray any transgender person looking for help, out of that lifestyle, said Pastor Jack Hibbs, Calvary Chapel Chino.   “Our legislators are removing hope from people’s lives.  Our politicians are declaring themselves to be gods. “This is an […]

Time for Ventura to Get Serious

Time for Ventura to Get Serious

Editor’s Note: Mr. Garret Paul Sexton’s felony vandalism case docket included the following line: “Pay restitution of $12,791.60 to City of Ventura Traffic Engineering Department .” Leaving people like this on the street can be very costly. and dangerous, as you will see by the editorial below which centers on Mr. Sexton’s conviction for an assault on an […]

Truly Compassionate Immigration is Americans First

Truly Compassionate Immigration is Americans First

    by Naomi Fisher I feel empathy and sorrow for all the hopeful immigrants waiting to come to this county, but I cringe at the lifestyle they have been forced to live and how they are living right now. However some of the people protesting should understand our country cannot take care of any more […]