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Why I should be named special counsel

Why I should be named special counsel

  By Larry Klayman You know me as the only lawyer ever to have a court of law rule that former President Bill Clinton committed a crime. This ruling was by a courageous U.S. District Court judge, Royce Lamberth, over Clinton’s violation of the privacy rights of an intern he assaulted and sexually abused in […]

Mandatory evacuations ordered in 700-acre fire in Cleveland National Forest

Mandatory evacuations ordered in 700-acre fire in Cleveland National Forest

LOS ANGELES — A fast-moving wildfire that ignited in a remote off-road vehicle park in the Cleveland National Forest in Southern California grew to 700 acres overnight, officials said Friday …

Feds to pay ‘generous’ settlement to tea party groups for targeting

Feds to pay ‘generous’ settlement to tea party groups for targeting

The government apologized Thursday for illegally targeting tea party groups for intrusive scrutiny and agreed to settlements with hundreds of organizations snared in the targeting, bringing to a close one of the more embarrassing episodes of the Obama administration.

Mayor Flynn opines on NRG Mandalay power plants 2017 shutdown

Mayor Flynn opines on NRG Mandalay power plants 2017 shutdown

By George Miller Oxnard Mayor Tim Flynn got back to us belatedly, today, on the upcoming NRG Mandalay power plants shutdown, well after our deadline on our Mandalay Plant shutdown article last week. Not long after two California Energy Commission members put out a bulletin on their own saying they intended to vote against the […]

Two medical cannabis dispensaries approved in Port Hueneme

Two medical cannabis dispensaries approved in Port Hueneme

By Tom Dunn The Port Hueneme City Council at the October 16, 2017 meeting approved two medicinal cannabis dispensaries to provide medicianl cannabis to people that have a doctor’s prescription. The start dates will be decided when all requirements the cannabis ordinance mandate are in place by the dispensaries and verified by the City. The […]

Albertsons, Safeway, Vons and Pak N’ Save Stores in Eight States Voluntarily Recall Several Fresh Vegetable Trays and Cups- Possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination

Albertsons, Safeway, Vons and Pak N’ Save Stores in Eight States Voluntarily Recall Several Fresh Vegetable Trays and Cups- Possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination

PLEASANTON, Calif., Oct. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — In cooperation with the Mann Packing recall of minimally processed vegetable products due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination, Albertsons, Safeway, Vons and Pak N’ Save stores in eight states are voluntarily recalling certain fresh vegetable trays and cups that include vegetables that are subject to the Mann Packing […]

NRG subsidiary to shut down Oxnard Mandalay power plants this year

NRG subsidiary to shut down Oxnard Mandalay power plants this year

By George Miller NRG Communications Director David Knox, in an interview with CitizensJournal.us today, told us that GenOn, a wholly-owned NRG subsidiary which owns the Mandalay and Ormond Beach power generation plants, will be shutting down all three Mandalay units at the end of this year. READ FILING: Mandalay Retirement. They will be placing the units […]

Project Veritas Exposes America’s Pravda

Project Veritas Exposes America’s Pravda

New York Times Senior Home Page Editor, Des Shoe, Admits Company Culture of Blatant Bias at NYT is “widely understood to be liberal-leaning…” NYT Journalists: “if we write about him [Trump], and how insanely crazy he is…maybe people will read it and be like…we shouldn’t vote for him.” Calls Trump an “oblivious idiot” and Pence […]

Multi-Agency public/private task force raids Oxnard toxic superfund site homeless encampment

Multi-Agency public/private task force raids Oxnard toxic superfund site homeless encampment

By George Miller Years ago, the Oxnard Halaco site at 6200 Perkins Road was used for recycling toxic metals. It is a designated superfund site and a blight on Oxnard’s long seacoast of sundrenched, wildlife-packed beaches. There is even talk of someday making this area part of a regional park which would also include the […]

43rd Annual PAL National Boxing Championship again held in Oxnard!

43rd Annual PAL National Boxing Championship again held in Oxnard!

By Peter Godinez (Xerox Ambassador) The community of Oxnard recently completed another successful event:  the 43rd Annual Oxnard PAL National Boxing Championship.  Hundreds of people turned up at the event, featuring both female and male competitive boxers from all parts of the U.S.  Match results at end of this article.   The profile of people involved […]