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Possible Mountain Lion Sighted In Backyard in Thousand Oaks

Possible Mountain Lion Sighted In Backyard in Thousand Oaks

  Possible mountain lion sighting in a backyard in the neighborhood of Whitechapel Place.  Fish and Game is being called.  Please be on the lookout and keep pets and children indoors. Reported by local resident (photo is of another mountain lion in another place and time).

School Common Core California opt-out debut held 11-6-13

School Common Core California opt-out debut held 11-6-13

By Debra Tash & George Miller     A forum on the new de facto national Common Core Standards and curriculum was held at Calvary Chapel in Newbury Park on November 6th, 2013, to explain WHY it’s desirable to “opt-out” of Common Core “data mining,” and HOW to do it. A previous debate in June […]

Common Core Opt-Out Debuts in California- Headed for K-12 Schools

Common Core Opt-Out Debuts in California- Headed for K-12 Schools

Event Photos see event report:  http://citizensjournal.us/common-core-california-opt-out-debut-held-11-6-13/ 11-6-13 event kicks off active opposition to Common Core via vetted pro bono legal Opt-Out strategy. Citizensjournal.us event report will follow. A couple of hundred parents, help teachers, sildenafil activists and other concerned Citizens sought information, advice, support and ACTION. — at GodSpeak | Calvary Chapel Thousand Oaks.       […]

Chemistry professor will lecture on climate change

Chemistry professor will lecture on climate change

Cal State Channel Islands to sponsor a lecture by Simone Aloisio, order chemistry professor, site on Nov. 6, sales 7-8:30 P.M.  – Grant R. Brimhall Library (main T.O Library), 1401 East Janss Road,  Thousand Oaks, CA 91362 Aloisio will discuss the scientific basis for climate change, including the most recent findings on its causes and […]

Community Town Hall on opting out of School Common Core Data Mining

Community Town Hall on opting out of School Common Core Data Mining

Event announcement- This is a follow-up event to the June, 2013 CVUSD Common Core event, where Co-Organizer Tony Dolz vowed that he would produce a second event.  There will be an attorney there with a vetted strategy to help you opt out and stand ready to represent you, pro bono! We’ve gone from talking and debate […]

On-Site Thousand Oaks Street Fair Edition

On-Site Thousand Oaks Street Fair Edition

      By David Stewart, Noel Young, Susan Kline, Debra Tash, George Miller, Gene  & Tyler Bolsoni, Daniel Gelman, Bob Spittle– CJ regular or freelance staffers …. Were all at the Thousand Oaks Street Fair, at the Citizensjournal.us booth, reporting semi-live today.   T.O. Street Fair got busy on Sunday Afternoon.    Thousands of […]

Visit Citizensjournal.us at Thousand Oaks Street Fair Sunday 9 A.M. – 4 P.M.

Visit Citizensjournal.us at Thousand Oaks Street Fair Sunday 9 A.M. – 4 P.M.

Event Announcement The T.O Street Fair is said to be the biggest event  in the county- Hundreds of booths, viagra food, viagra products, ideas, entertainment for the whole family! Readers, prospects, come on over – stop off and visit our booth on Sunday, Oct. 20- East side of Moorpark Road 5 spaces north of Brazil […]

Paul Beard of Pacific Legal Foundation schools on challenging Obamacare and big SCOTUS property rights win (Event Report)

Paul Beard of Pacific Legal Foundation schools on challenging Obamacare and big SCOTUS property rights win (Event Report)

By George Miller Attorney Paul J. Beard II of Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF) presented the latest on their Constitutional challenge to Obamacare (he is the lead attorney), price based upon its illegal passage; and also the firm’s big U.S. Supreme Court win on private property rights via the Koontz v. St. Johns River Management District […]

Dennis Weber Agoura Mayoral Candidate

Dennis Weber Agoura Mayoral Candidate

Agoura City Council Race: 5 Minutes with Mayor Denis Weber This is the first in a series of candidate profiles before the Nov. 5 election. Posted by Jessica E. Davis (Editor) , shop  October 08, 2013 at 05:45 AM See Patch article http://agourahills.patch.com/groups/politics-and-elections/p/agoura-city-council-race-5-minutes-with-mayor-denis-weber

Congresswoman Brownley to hold mobile office hours throughout Ventura County

Congresswoman Brownley to hold mobile office hours throughout Ventura County

Events Announcement Julia Brownley has  done a flurry of meetings with constituents in August and now again in October. We have been to several of these and she does in fact talk directly to constituents. However, recipe at one of these, we asked for a more in-depth interview later.  Ms. Brownley immediately instructed one of […]