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California’s Government Unions Take Steps to Obliterate Janus Impact

California’s Government Unions Take Steps to Obliterate Janus Impact

. . . by Edward Ring . Within days the U.S. Supreme Court is going to issue its ruling on the case Janus vs AFSCME. This case, if the ruling goes as expected, is going to overturn current law that requires public employees to pay union dues. Here in California, along with a handful of other large, […]

New York, Washington, California Students to Call Space Station

New York, Washington, California Students to Call Space Station

Students from across America are set to participate in three live events with astronauts aboard the International Space Station next week. The events serve as question-and-answer sessions and are hosted as part of NASA’s Year of Education on Station. Each call will air live on NASA Television and the agency’s website. Astronauts will provide unique insight on their training, the day-to-day […]

Fact Check | Do Asylum-Seekers Have To Illegally Enter The US?

Fact Check | Do Asylum-Seekers Have To Illegally Enter The US?

Emily Larsen | Fact Check Reporter Attorney Rabia Chaudry said in a tweet Sunday that people must be in the U.S. in order to apply for asylum, and that asylum-seekers on the southern border have to figure out how to get inside. Verdict: False People may apply for asylum at U.S. ports of entry without […]

Oxnard Assistant Police Chief Benites | On Homelessness and Vagrancy

Oxnard Assistant Police Chief Benites | On Homelessness and Vagrancy

By Lori Denman-Underhill In the quest to find solutions to helping the homeless and stop vagrancy, it is essential to begin a dialogue with professionals who interact with the issues on a daily basis. One individual who oversees operations and officers of the homeless and vagrancy capacity is Oxnard’s Assistant Police Chief Jason Benites. Top […]

Cops Come to 9-Year-Old’s Rescue After His Lemonade Stand Was Robbed

Cops Come to 9-Year-Old’s Rescue After His Lemonade Stand Was Robbed

Nick Givas | Media And Politics Reporter Brooklyn Park police officers came to the aid of a 9-year-old from Minnesota after junior high school kids on bicycles robbed his lemonade stand. Gracen had setup a stand and made a sign that read “Lemonade on the right. Mostly in the morning!”  Two junior high students rode […]

Sports Agents Used to Worry About Nude Photos | Now They’re Worried About Tweets

Sports Agents Used to Worry About Nude Photos | Now They’re Worried About Tweets

  David Hookstead | Reporter The concerns of sports agents sure have changed over time because of social media. The New York Post recently took a dive into what concerns agents have about their clients, and they got an all-time golden quote from one publicist. The publicist told them, “We used to worry about people accidentally […]

‘Superman’ Dean Cain to put on Badge as Reserve Officer, Because ‘Real Heroes Don’t Wear Capes’

‘Superman’ Dean Cain to put on Badge as Reserve Officer, Because ‘Real Heroes Don’t Wear Capes’

Virginia Kruta, Contributor  Former “Lois & Clark” actor Dean Cain is officially hanging up his cape on Tuesday and putting on a badge. Cain will swear in as a reserve officer with the St. Anthony Police Department in Idaho, because, as he said, “real heroes don’t wear capes. Real Superheroes wear uniforms and badges and stethoscopes! Real […]

Researchers Spend Hundreds of Thousands to Stop Wind Turbines from Killing Eagles

Researchers Spend Hundreds of Thousands to Stop Wind Turbines from Killing Eagles

Jason Hopkins | Energy Investigator Researchers in Oregon are using a federal grant of over half a million dollars to figure out how to stop wind turbines from killing thousands of birds every year. Researchers at Oregon State University were awarded a 27-month, $625,000 grant from the Department of Energy Wind Technology Office i n May […]

A Father’s Day Reflections

A Father’s Day Reflections

    By Armando Vazquez                                                                     First and foremost I am grateful, lucky, and exceedingly fortunate to be coming up on my 70th […]

Happy Father’s Day 2018

Happy Father’s Day 2018

Father’s Day June 17, 2018   Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE  

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