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Democratic debate in Iowa: Hillary Clinton refuses to say U.S. is at war with radical Islam  

Democratic debate in Iowa: Hillary Clinton refuses to say U.S. is at war with radical Islam   

DES MOINES, Iowa – Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton refused to say the U.S. is at war with radical Islamic terrorists during the Democratic presidential debate here on Saturday. “I don’t think we’re at war with Islam. I don’t think we’re at war with all Muslims,” Mrs. Clinton said. Pressed by the debate moderator […]

Oxnard Council: 144 low income apartments approved; more $$$ for lawyers to fight power plant; transit & street paving plans move ahead

Oxnard Council: 144 low income apartments approved; more $$$ for lawyers to fight power plant; transit & street paving  plans move ahead

By George Miller  A fair amount of heavy discussion of Council agenda items transpired, spanning low income housing, transportation priorities, power plant (again) and street paving Next phase of Las Cortes apartments approved- $59 million 144 units The 55 year old Las Cortes development near the La Colonia neighborhood, located at NE corner of 1st and […]

Oxnard celebrates Veterans’ Day

Oxnard celebrates Veterans’ Day

By George Miller  Oxnard’s Veteran’s Day celebration featured a “Honor Walk” parade from City Hall to Plaza Park for a memorial and celebration of our veterans. Donuts, coffee and hot dogs were served by the Oxnard Elks. Veterans from all wars since WWII were there for honors. Various government officials attended or participated,  such as […]

Oxnard Police Department recognized for excellence in traffic safety

Oxnard Police Department recognized for excellence in traffic safety

By Dan Pinedo, 11-12-2015 At the Oxnard City Council meeting of November 10,2015, the Oxnard Police Department received the California Law Enforcement Challenge certificate for its excellence in traffic safety. A grant from the Office Of Traffic Safety, (OTS), provided the funding for conducting checkpoints, saturation patrols, DUI saturations, bike and pedestrian safety, distracted driving checkpoints, and DUI officer […]

Judges use Obama’s own words to halt deportation amnesty

Judges use Obama’s own words to halt deportation amnesty

A federal appeals court said President Obama’s own words claiming powers to “change the law” were part of the reason it struck down his deportation amnesty, in a ruling late Monday that reaffirmed the president must carry out laws and doesn’t have blanket powers to waive them. The 2-1 ruling by the 5th Circuit Court […]

Oxnard approves phase I police body camera program funding

Oxnard approves phase I police body camera program funding

Hueneme council descends into further conflict, majority curbs newest members’ powers

Hueneme council descends into further conflict, majority curbs newest members’ powers

By George Miller There were fireworks at the Monday 11-9-15 Hueneme Council meeting, over deep factional divisions in the City Council and executive officers. But this was  just a secondary explosion from the disastrous Halloween “team-building” meeting run by Management Psychologist Bill Mathis, which resulted in a judicious walkout by the two newest members, after they […]

Hueneme Police officers welcomed, honored

Hueneme Police officers welcomed, honored

By Dan Pinedo Port Hueneme Police force members were welcomed or honored at last night’s City Council meeting! This was probably the least controversial thing that occurred at the meeting. Watch for our upcoming article! __________________ Dan Pinedo  is a Citizen-journalist, active in civic affairs, living in Oxnard. Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE […]

City of Port Hueneme “Team Building” session ends in bitter conflict, open warfare, walkouts- but why?

City of Port Hueneme “Team Building” session ends in bitter conflict, open warfare, walkouts- but why?

By George Miller Because of the City of Port Hueneme Council’s failure to work as a team, the City Manager engaged a psychologist, Dr. Bill Mathis, to conduct a team-building session in  a special meeting (agenda) on Saturday, October 31, 2015. He was reportedly selected as the low bidder and received a “pro forma” approval by the […]

Recommendations for Channel Is Harbor Fisherman’s Wharf discussion at 11-10 County Supv. meeting

Recommendations for Channel Is Harbor Fisherman’s Wharf discussion at 11-10 County Supv. meeting

By CJ reader “Debby” …  She has big objections to the Fisherman’s Wharf downscaled redevelopment proposal on next week’s VC Supv. agenda The following is so well stated I am simply sharing it as it was shared on Nextdoor: Tuesday Nov 10 time certain at 10:30 a.m. item #30 on the agenda for the VC Board of […]