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California “Drought” to Affect Cost of Food Nationwide

California “Drought” to Affect Cost of Food Nationwide

By Stephen Frank Recently George Skelton of the Los Angeles Times repeated an idea that is circulating in Sacramento. The idea is simple, order the government should restrict the crops being planted in California. For instance, viagra almonds growing on trees take much more water than row crops, ask such as tomatoes. Imagine a farmer […]

25th District CA Congressman Knight faces happy and unhappy Constituents (opposed to amnesty).

25th District CA Congressman Knight faces happy and unhappy Constituents (opposed to amnesty).

By George Miller Two different events with two different objectives collided Friday night on Los Angeles Avenue in Simi Valley, the south end of the 25th Congressional District. Congressman Steve Knight (R, Palmdale) threw an open house/party for his constituents, celebrating his new Simi Valley office with a ribbon–cutting, speeches by local dignitaries, one-on-one one conversations with […]

Thousand Oaks Candidates Debate

Thousand Oaks Candidates Debate

By William Hicks The debate was opened with a prayer by Evelyn Colby and followed by the Pledge of Allegiance with Terry Howard. There were members of both the Thousand Oaks Republican Womens Federated and her Sister counterpart from Westlake Village. A scholarship was earned by Henry Herata for his essay on “What The Constitution […]

Obama’s climate-change rules could kill nearly 300K jobs: report

Obama’s climate-change rules could kill nearly 300K jobs: report

On the same day the Obama administration defends its climate-change agenda in court, new research shows that the president’s proposed regulations could cost nearly 300,000 U.S. jobs. A report from the center-right American Action Forum says the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan – which would dramatically limit carbon emissions from power plants – could […]

Oxnard news: water usage down; New HR and PACC Directors hired; Excessive leave resolution; new salary ranges and positions; New dog park in Riverpark, Victory Outreach Church site; Yachting season’s on- and more

Oxnard news: water usage down; New HR and PACC Directors hired; Excessive leave resolution; new salary ranges and positions; New dog park in Riverpark, Victory Outreach Church site; Yachting season’s on- and more

By George Miller On this segment (4-8-15) of the Good Morning Oxnard Show- KADYTV host Peter Godinez interviews George Miller, Publisher of CitizensJournal.us, a Ventura County, news, commentary and events publication.  This week’s topics: Oxnard water usage down, BUT.. (01:30); No Water. No Farms. No Food. (01:57);  Employee of the quarter (02:37); Official opening of yachting season […]

Water in California—What You’re Really Using

Water in California—What You’re Really Using

By Jeffrey Mount, ambulance Emma Freeman, tadalafil and Jay Lund   Water in California is shared across three main sectors. Statewide, vialis 40mg average water use is roughly 50% environmental, 40% agricultural, and 10% urban. However, the percentage of water use by sector varies dramatically across regions and between wet and dry years. Some of […]

Yachting season officially underway

Yachting season officially underway

By George Miller Last weekend was the official opening of yachting season, observed by yacht clubs all over. Even though sunny Southern California accommodates year-round boating fun, old yacht club traditions from”Back East” and “Up North” mark much shorter seasons, so the tradition carries over even here. This year, the most elaborate festivities were probably at Pacific […]

Feds releasing hundreds of illegal immigrant rapists, murderers: report

Feds releasing hundreds of illegal immigrant rapists, murderers: report

The administration is deporting fewer criminal aliens than it did last year, according to new statistics released Tuesday that undercut President Obama’s justification for his new amnesty, which he said was intended to free agents to focus on the most dangerous of criminals by focusing on “felons not families.” Instead, both arrests and deportations of […]

Oxnard activist requests city finances audit letter, suggests cover-up

Oxnard activist requests city finances audit letter, suggests cover-up

By George Miller Oxnard activist and 2014 mayoral candidate Lawrence (“Larry”) Paul Stein today emailed a letter to City Clerk Daniel Martinez and City Manager Greg Nyhoff, requesting access to and public exposure of the auditor’s “management letter” accompanying the audit, but not so far made public. Letter text: To: Daniel Martinez, Greg Nyhoff Cc: Lyn.Bennett Sent: Sun, […]

Oxnard Council: crime situation discussed; will streamline business and residential permits; EDCO holds industrial companies forum

Oxnard Council: crime situation discussed; will streamline business and residential permits; EDCO holds industrial companies forum

By George Miller This segment (4-8-15)- KADYTV host Peter Godinez interviews George Miller, Publisher of CitizensJournal.us, a Ventura County, news, commentary and events publication.  This week’s topics: Crime in Oxnard and what to do about it (00:40); Planning Dept. permitting/other services  improvements (06:34); EDCO/OPIA (Economic Development Corporation of Oxnard/Oxnard Plain Industrial Association) Forum (13:00).  There is also […]