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First two 2016 Presidential candidates to announce

First two 2016 Presidential candidates to announce

Two of the biggest conservative names in the Republican presidential sweepstakes are on the verge of making it official, rx with Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas set to announce his candidacy for the White House on Monday and fellow Sen. Rand Paul planning an ambitious five-state, five-day rollout of his own starting April 7 in […]

Obamacare: You may want to hold up on your tax return… or?

Obamacare: You may want to hold up on your tax return… or?

By Peter Sullivan – 03/20/15 02:04 PM EDT The Obama administration announced Friday that 80,000 corrected tax forms for people on plans through ObamaCare have still not gone out. It’s unclear how many people will be affected by the delay, but the administration said people who have been notified of errors on their forms should wait to […]

Oxnard Councilman testifies to Congress on need for Halaco toxic site cleanup

Oxnard Councilman testifies to Congress on need for Halaco toxic site cleanup

By George Miller Oxnard City Councilman Bryan MacDonald testified on March 18, 2015 on why the SuperFund Halaco site’s (former secondary metals smelter of scrap metals) 700,000 cubic yards of toxic waste must be cleaned up.  He solicited legislative help to accomplish this.  Thanks for that, Councilman. He also took valuable, limited time to take a shot […]

Benghazi committee officially requests Clinton surrender her email server

Benghazi committee officially requests Clinton surrender her email server

The committee investigating Benghazi formally requested Friday that Hillary Rodham Clinton turn her email server over to an independent third party so it can be scrutinized to determine whether she and the Obama administration complied with open-records laws. Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy sent a letter to the former secretary of state’s personal lawyer making the […]

First meeting of Ventura County Republican Club held

First meeting of Ventura County Republican Club held

By Bill Hicks The first meeting of The Republican Club in Thousand Oaks was on Wednesday, generic March 18th 2015 from 6:00 to 9:00pm at Cisco’s Restaurant in Thousand Oaks. . I was invited to attend this meeting by Kerry Nelson, here current President of the Conejo Valley Republican Women’s Federated. She, remedy and her […]

MRAP “invasion” in Ventura County

MRAP “invasion” in Ventura County

By George Miller MRAP’s and truck being brought in through the North Gate, past Channel Islands Boulevard, Port Hueneme, to Naval Base Ventura County on Thursday.     ____________________________________________________ George Miller is Publisher of Citizensjournal.us and a “retired” operations management consultant, active in civic affairs, living in Oxnard. Get free Citizensjournal.us BULLETINS. Please patronize our advertisers to […]

Harbor Blvd. FINALLY being resurfaced

Harbor Blvd. FINALLY being resurfaced

By George Miller Harbor Boulevard is being resurfaced with a 1″ cap from W. 5th Street down to Channel Islands Blvd. in Oxnard this week (it looked thicker). Estimated life is five+ years and we are told that the cost per year is the same as a more extensive repaving, given the starting road condition. Failure to […]

Injury accident on C Street

Injury accident on C Street

By George Miller We saw the aftermath of this injury accident at about 4:40 PM on Thursday afternoon, on the southbound lane of C Street, south of 7th Street, in Oxnard. Fire and Police units arrived very quickly, from what we heard on the scene.   Public safety personnel extracted accident victim from this car […]

IRS botches computer security, risks taxpayer info: audit

IRS botches computer security, risks taxpayer info: audit

Photo by: Susan Walsh The exterior of the Internal Revenue Service building in Washington is seen here on March 22, 2013. (Associated Press)   The IRS sometimes uses old software without key security patches that leave its computer systems vulnerable and could endanger taxpayers’ private information, the Government Accountability Office said Thursday. GAO investigators raised […]

Over public opposition, EPA to extend Clean Water Act to ponds, ditches

Over public opposition, EPA to extend Clean Water Act to ponds, ditches

The Environmental Protection Agency took public opposition to plans to extend its regulatory reach to ditches and ponds “extremely seriously” but will forge ahead anyway, a top agency official told Congress on Wednesday. Ken Kopocis, who runs the agency’s Office of Water, told a House panel the EPA will expand its power under the Clean […]