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CA Legislation affecting hunting & fishing

CA Legislation affecting hunting & fishing

By Gaines & Associates This is a periodic report produced by Gaines & Associates, which monitors California state legislative activity impacting hunting & fishing, with an objective of protecting sportsmen’s rights. Click for Current Report- April 2, 2015

Santa Paula’s Cruise Night 2015 Season Opens

Santa Paula’s Cruise Night 2015 Season Opens

By Sheryl Hamlin A balmy Mediterranean evening welcomed the crowd who came to feast on blocks of collectible cars and culinary treats from Santa Paula’s Main Street restaurants.  Reminiscent of “A CHICKEN IN EVERY POT AND A CAR IN EVERY GARAGE” from the 1928 campaign of Herbert Hoover, drugs food and cars were plentiful. First […]

Santa Paula: Cruisin’ and saving lives

Santa Paula: Cruisin’ and saving lives

Yesterday Santa Paulans strolled Main Street, viagra cruised it, and learned to save lives.  Firefighters were on hand to give a brief CPR tutorial.  The department hosts more extensive instruction.  Watch their Facebook page or Citizens Journal for class announcements. Here are some of the participants who may just one day save a life. *All […]

Hockaday shooting and police use of force

Hockaday shooting and police use of force

By George Miller There has been a hurricane of controversy over the Saturday shooting and killing of Meagan Hockaday by police responding to a 911 domestic dispute call. It is additionally so because  a “minority” group member was involved. Alternative media released information about names of the officer involved, Roger Garcia and the domestic partner of the deceased, […]

Major pushback on Iran nuclear deal

Major pushback on Iran nuclear deal

“Allowing Iran to retain thousands of centrifuges, keeping facilities such as Fordow open and not limiting Iran’s ballistic missile program indicate to me that this deal is a colossal mistake,” said Florida Sen. Marco Rubio.  Press and pundits continue to tip and sway over the news that a preliminary deal has at last emerged from […]

IRS ordered to release list of targeted tea party groups

IRS ordered to release list of targeted tea party groups

A federal judge ordered the IRS this week to turn over the list of 298 groups it targeted for intrusive scrutiny as the agency defends against a potential class-action lawsuit by tea party groups who claim their constitutional rights were violated. The IRS had argued it shouldn’t have to release the names because doing do […]

Fundraiser for late firefighter’s family–This Saturday in Ventura

Fundraiser for late firefighter’s family–This Saturday in Ventura

Daniel Corrigan passed away from a medical emergency at the age of 35 on March 5th.  He was found in his private automobile not far from where he worked as a firefighter in Santa Barbara serving in Station 8.  Corrigan was engaged to Sargent Sarah Starr from the Ventura Police Department.  He left behind a […]

Black Christian Conservative L.A. minister speaks to Conejo & Westlake Republican women

Black Christian Conservative L.A. minister speaks to Conejo & Westlake Republican women

By George Miller In a remarkable February 20 speech, L.A. pastor Rev. Jesse Peterson, president and founder of The Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny (BOND), an American religious nonprofit, talked about today’s national political scene, race and Barack Obama. He feels that the current administration is fomenting racial discord.  Peterson said “I am not an […]

Update on Meagan Hockaday killing by police

Update on Meagan Hockaday killing by police

Oxnard Police Department   On March 28, medications 2015, at approximately 1:00 a.m., a 9-1-1 call was received into the Oxnard Emergency Communications Center from a male caller who identified himself as Luis Morado. He requested that police officers respond for a domestic dispute involving he and Meagan Hockaday. Two Oxnard Police Officers were dispatched […]

NAACC – 2nd Annual – Celebrating Children’s Day, Children’s Wall of Tears

NAACC – 2nd Annual – Celebrating Children’s Day, Children’s Wall of Tears

By George Miller Nice event at Plaza Park on Saturday, March 28. Attendance was a bit light, but they made up for it with enthusiasm, good music, worthwhile cause and good exhibitors.  http://www.thechildrenswalloftears.org/          http://cetweb.org/      Advertisement ____________________________________________ George Miller is Publisher of Citizensjournal.us and a “retired” operations management consultant, active […]