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Jan Brewer: MS-13 Gang Members Could Be Crossing Border with Children

Jan Brewer: MS-13 Gang Members Could Be Crossing Border with Children

Tony Lee   The United States has deported some of the world’s most dangerous gang members back to Central America, and Arizona Governor Jan Brewer wants President Barack Obama’s administration to check if some of them are threatening national security by accompanying the illegal immigrant children who are flooding across the border. In a letter to […]

HHS Moves Detained Border Children to Port Hueneme Naval Base

HHS Moves Detained Border Children to Port Hueneme Naval Base

City officials claim they were not informed of the housing initiative “until they read it in the newspapers like everyone else.” Port Hueneme officials have been assured by the HHS that there will be no fiscal impact on the city. City officials invited Navy representatives to come and make a presentation explaining the events at […]

State Controller: State has $8.5 BILLION Cash Deficit—Governor Brown is this a Surplus?

State Controller: State has $8.5 BILLION Cash Deficit—Governor Brown is this a Surplus?

Grassroots counts–Cantor falls in Virginia!

Grassroots counts–Cantor falls in Virginia!

Earlier today in the Capitol, Majority Leader Eric Cantor’s press aides did not seem the least bit perturbed. Virginia political guru Larry Sabato’s political newsletter said the question was whether he would get 60 percent. Even Breitbart – one of the only publications to cover the race seriously – downplayed primary challenger David Brat’s chances […]

New Mexico Ranchers Rally; Feds Still Deny Cattle Access to Water

New Mexico Ranchers Rally; Feds Still Deny Cattle Access to Water

Editor’s Note: Raising cattle is one of our key agricultural practices in Ventura County and water, as we all know, is essential.  Protesters gathered in southern New Mexico last weekend, hoping to attract national attention to the federal government’s refusal to allow cattle critical access to water. County commissioners told the crowd that the rights […]

Election Results—Ventura County

Election Results—Ventura County

First time candidate Rob McCoy will be facing former Thousand Oaks mayor Jacqui Irwin in November County Results Other Links Candidate Votes Percent Jacqui Irwin (Party Preference: DEM) 19,019 45.4% Mario De La Piedra (Party Preference: REP) 9,949 23.8% Rob McCoy (Party Preference: REP) 12,915 30.8%   Two Republicans, Steve Knight and Tony Strickland will […]

Cajun and Blues Festival – Big Party in Simi today and tomorrow

Cajun and Blues Festival – Big Party in Simi today and tomorrow

By George Miller details: Cajun and Blues Festival – Big Party in Simi today and tomorrow These brief clips may or may not play for you …. Download Cajun video clip: IMG_1317 Download Blues clip: IMG_1331 Download Hot Sauce by Dennis Jones clip:IMG_1311 Download Star Spangled Banner (Audio): IMG_1306   _______________________________________   George Miller is Publisher of Citizensjournal.us and […]

California’s election system wide open for corrpution

California’s election system wide open for corrpution

Report shows how non-compliance with federal and state election laws, deficient poll worker  training, no voter ID, and negligent officials open doors to voter fraud. Election Integrity Project(EIP), a citizen-funded nonpartisan election oversight group, today released its report on California’s election system, titled The Doors Are Wide Open for California Election Corruption:  http://electionintegrityproject.com/reports/The-Doors-Are-Wide-Open-For-California-Election-Corruption.pdf The report […]

41,000 Signatures Submitted for Pension Reform

41,000 Signatures Submitted for Pension Reform

41,000 signatures were delivered to the County Elections Office today – signatures that will give voters the opportunity to bring real reform to the County’s retirement system and fairness for the Taxpayers that pay for it.   “We have had a tremendous response from the community to our initiative but we just decided it was time […]

Range war–County Commissioner Says Bundy Supporters “Better Have Funeral Plans”–Showdown with rancher

Range war–County Commissioner Says Bundy Supporters “Better Have Funeral Plans”–Showdown with rancher

War of words over standoff with feds intensifies Clark County Commissioner Tom Collins has caused outrage by remarking that Utahns planning to travel to Nevada to support Cliven Bundy in his standoff against the feds “better have funeral plans”. Image: Tom Collins  The comments were revealed by Darin Bushman, a Piute County, Utah, commissioner after […]