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For the Next Generation | A New Republican Party in California

For the Next Generation | A New Republican Party in California

  By Richard Colman Like failing business, the Republican Party in California can reinvent itself with a renewed interest in issues.. The party’s focus should be on the next generation. Here is how the reinvention should be done: EMBRACE THE FUTURE:  The future of California lies in doing what California does best:  agriculture; science; mathematics; […]

“My Summer Working for Martin Luther King, Jr.” | A Presentation by Lanny Kaufer

“My Summer Working for Martin Luther King, Jr.” | A Presentation by Lanny Kaufer

On Wednesday, May 9, 2018, at 7 p.m., Jewish Community of Ojai will host Lanny Kaufer and his multimedia presentation, “My Summer Working for Martin Luther King, Jr.”  Kaufer will share the experiences he had in the Voting Rights Movement, including meeting and volunteering for Dr. King in the South in 1965. The presentation centers on […]

Why We Must “Politicize” Guns

Why We Must “Politicize” Guns

by Thomas L. Knapp Every time there’s a mass shooting, or even a particularly well-publicized single homicide, all of America’s political factions go directly to battle stations on the question of whether or not the violence can be reduced or eliminated with “gun control” legislation. As the debate rages on, the calls begin to ring […]

Veteran’s Day | Heritage Explains VOTER FRAUD

Veteran’s Day | Heritage Explains VOTER FRAUD

EDITORIAL COMMENT | Citizens Journal: Happy Veterans Day to everyone who has served or is serving in our military forces. It is because of YOU that our great Republic’s diverse citizenry are able to participate in our democratic voting process. Your decision to serve protects us and preserves our right to vote which, according to […]

Donald J. Trump: “The African-American Church has been the conscience” of America

Donald J. Trump: “The African-American Church has been the conscience” of America

By Michael Hernandez DETROIT—Donald J. Trump hosted by Great Faith International Ministries Church Bishop Wayne T. and Dr. Beverly Y. Jackson, spoke Saturday 9-3-16:  “For centuries the African-American church has been the conscience of our country.” “It has been from Black churches that the Civil Rights movement lifted up its soul and the soul of […]

Trans-Pacific Partnership Attacks Civil Rights

Trans-Pacific Partnership Attacks Civil Rights

. . By Naomi Fisher  If TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) Trade Agreement is it such a great thing for the U.S. and our citizens, why keep it a secret?  It’s already passed the Senate. If it passes the House President Obama, who is pushing it, will sign it, making it a reality. While voting on their […]

Ventura County’s 30th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day — Jan. 18th!

Ventura County’s 30th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day — Jan. 18th!

 

Activist again challenges VC Sheriff over civil rights issues- 11-10-15 VC Supervisors meeting

Activist again challenges VC Sheriff over civil rights issues- 11-10-15 VC Supervisors meeting

 By Bruce Boyer, Sons of Liberty, 11-4-2015   I have been attending the meetings of the Ventura County Board of Supervisors and taking my minutes to express my opinions during the Public Comment time (which is available throughout the meeting on any agenda item). The next meeting is Nov 10th, starts at 8:30 come anytime. […]

The New Age of Discrimination

The New Age of Discrimination

50 years after the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement, and with all the national focus over the ensuing decades on the ills of racial discrimination, you wouldn’t think that a major US university – even one in the Deep South – would still be discriminating. But you’d be wrong in that belief as evidenced […]

The New Orleans Killings What To Do About Black-on-Black Violence?

The New Orleans Killings What To Do About Black-on-Black Violence?

By Earl Ofari Hutchinson When the FBI released its latest annual crime report showing that violent crime is on the upswing in many big cities, a bevy of law enforcement, officials, and criminologists prayed that the report was just an aberrant blip on the crime chart. There was good reason to hope that: murder rates […]

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