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Oxnard residents discuss pros and cons of Sanctuary City declaration

Oxnard residents discuss pros and cons of Sanctuary City declaration

By George Miller It wasn’t on the agenda, but about 40 Oxnard residents were at the 2-28-17 Oxnard Council meeting to support that Oxnard should be a “Sanctuary City.”  What is A Sanctuary City? It is a jurisdiction that shields residents from law enforcement action to address the presence of illegal aliens. About 18 people spoke in […]

Ventura School Board ponders aftermath of Supt. Babb firing, takes public comment

Ventura School Board ponders aftermath of Supt. Babb firing, takes public comment

By George Miller The Ventura Unified School District held a special school board meeting today to talk about last week’s sudden firing of Superintendent Michael Babb and finding a replacement.  Most attendees were only allowed into the public comment period and barred from the real meat at the subsequent closed session. We were not privvy to […]

Why Trump’s Revised Executive Order is Constitutional, Legal, and Common Sense

Why Trump’s Revised Executive Order is Constitutional, Legal, and Common Sense

President Donald Trump’s revised executive order restricting travel from terrorist safe havens is just as constitutional and legal as his original order, despite what some courts such as the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals said about the original order. But the revisions he has made, which clarify that the executive order does not apply to […]

New WikiLeaks Dump Claims to Expose CIA Cyber Arsenal

New WikiLeaks Dump Claims to Expose CIA Cyber Arsenal

WikiLeaks released thousands of purported CIA documents on Thursday, the first part of a leak the website has named “Vault 7.” The first part of the leak is named “Vault Zero” and, according to press release by WikiLeaks, “introduces the scope and direction of the CIA’s global covert hacking program, its malware arsenal and dozens […]

Republicans Unveil Obamacare Repeal Bill

Republicans Unveil Obamacare Repeal Bill

House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady and House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Greg Walden released legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare Monday, which would effectively abolish the penalties linked to the individual and employer mandate and repeals Medicaid expansion by 2020. The bill’s architects said it’s designed to give the powers back […]

Mark Levin breaks down Trump wiretapping claims on Fox and Friends

Mark Levin breaks down Trump wiretapping claims on Fox and Friends

Did the Obama administration on the Trump campaign? Constitutional lawyer, best selling author answered the question Fox and Friends Sunday morning, March 5th 2017. Link: http://video.foxnews.com/v/5348359459001/?#sp=show-clips   Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

Trump troops tramping victorious in Ventura today

Trump troops tramping victorious in Ventura today

By George Miller Why were hundreds of people rallying for President Donald Trump in front of the busy Pacific View Mall in the seaside City of Ventura at Main St. and Mills today? Isn’t the election over? Will the campaign ever end? I asked myself those questions while driving there to see what was going […]

The First 100 Days (Trump Briefs: Feb. 23-March 3/Day 35-43) Week 6

The First 100 Days (Trump Briefs: Feb. 23-March 3/Day 35-43) Week 6

By Michael Hernandez   Thursday, Feb. 23 (Day 35): Pence says we ‘will fight for Americans every single day’ Vice President Mike Pence said that the Trump administration “will fight for Americans every single day” Thursday at the Conservative Political Action Conference, while charging conservatives to “march forward as if it’s the most important time […]

Oxnard Council to consider wastewater rate increase at 3-7-17 meeting

Oxnard Council to consider wastewater rate increase at 3-7-17 meeting

By George Miller At the 3-7-17 meeting, the Oxnard City Council will consider 5 1/4% annual rate increases for the next five years. This totals 74% compounded, when last year’s increase is considered.   The increases are controversial, since they involve substantial capital investment, which some claim could be deferred and taking on large new […]

Port Hueneme strategic planning meeting Monday, 3-6-17

Port Hueneme strategic planning meeting Monday, 3-6-17

By Tom Figg, Mayor, City of Port Hueneme   Best Regards, Tom Figg, Mayor, City of Port Hueneme Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE