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House passes Iran review bill, sending it to Obama’s desk for signature

House passes Iran review bill, sending it to Obama’s desk for signature

By Paul Kane The House gave overwhelming approval Thursday to create a congressional review of the potential nuclear power deal with Iran, clinic sending the bill to the White House for President Obama’s signature as he heads into the final weeks of negotiations with the Islamic state. Following a similar lopsided roll call last week […]

House set to pass defense policy bill opposed by Obama

House set to pass defense policy bill opposed by Obama

WASHINGTON (AP) – The House is on track to pass a nearly $612 billion defense policy bill, troche a measure that usually garners bipartisan support but this year has drawn a veto threat from President Barack Obama, dosage angered a Shiite cleric in Iraq and has Democrats fighting Republicans over federal spending caps. A vote […]

Oxnard Council 5-12-15 Spend-a-Thon- consultants and more consultants

Oxnard Council 5-12-15 Spend-a-Thon- consultants and more consultants

By George Miller On this segment (5-13-15) of the Good Morning Oxnard Show- Host Peter Godinez interviews George Miller, Publisher of CitizensJournal.us on Oxnard News, consisting of: 5-9-15 Ambassadors of Peace march and rally; major consulting money spent on Management Partners, KEH, Aecom; Oxnard seeking CA Prop 1 “Water Bond” grants; $200K for Oxnard Beach parking lot repairs;$100K+ Downtown Management […]

Just another Oxnard march for peace and against violence… or?

Just another Oxnard march for peace and against violence… or?

By George Miller Greg Runyon was a drug-addled loser who was in and out of prison in Northern California for years, before finding the Lord, becoming an ordained minster and now incredibly running the Gold Coast Fellowship Church in downtown Oxnard. He now ministers to, among others, the most at-risk people: drug addicts, criminals, gang members, the down and out, […]

Democrats filibuster TPP “FastTrack” trade bill

Democrats filibuster TPP “FastTrack” trade bill

Editors’ note: In a rare move, factions of both Democrats (now filibustering) and Republicans are opposed to a secretive new proposed “free trade” bill that Congressional members aren’t even allowed to talk about publicly, that must be voted either up or down with no amendments permitted, might be changed later by a President, could override […]

Hillary Clinton email case reopened by federal judge

Hillary Clinton email case reopened by federal judge

  A federal judge has reopened an open-records case trying to pry loose some of former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton’s emails, marking the first time a court has taken action on the email scandal. Judge Reggie B. Walton agreed Friday to a joint request by the State Department and Judicial Watch, which sued […]

Thousand Oaks City Council candidates’ debate- 5-9-15

Thousand Oaks City Council candidates’ debate- 5-9-15

By Kevin Harris Ed Jones, Rob McCoy, Dan Roundtree and Chaise Rasheed faced off in Saturday’s Thousand Oaks City Council candidates forum. The topics of water rationing, traffic congestion and mixed use development brought out the best in the candidates.   The Greater Conejo Chamber of Commerce and CLU held the event at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks. […]

DHS broke judge’s order, approved amnesty applications despite injunction

DHS broke judge’s order, approved amnesty applications despite injunction

 

Good Morning Oxnard Show- 5-6-15 news segment

Good Morning Oxnard Show- 5-6-15 news segment

By George Miller On this segment (5-6-15) of the Good Morning Oxnard Show- Host Peter Godinez interviews George Miller, Publisher of CitizensJournal.us on Oxnard News, consisting of: 5/9 Mariachi Festival;  Mandatory water conservation; Harbor management agreement change proposal; Long Range Property Management Plan; California Legal Assistance- on employee rights; 5/9 “Peace March”; Also, George Miller and […]

Suggestions to fix Oxnard’s sinking budget

Suggestions to fix Oxnard’s sinking budget

By Steve Nash On the City of Oxnard’s budget problems just looking at the areas of shortfall as listed on page 4 of 15 of last night’s staff report Financial_Forecast_pdf_7.78_MB I would offer these following suggestions: Assessment Districts (AD): I live in an AD and I am not getting the level of service I should expect […]