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Citizens Journal Publisher on Andy Caldwell Show Friday

Citizens Journal Publisher on Andy Caldwell Show Friday

Citizens Journal Publisher George Miller and some of its published writers, Steve Frank, Rich Eber and Linda Paine, will be on the Andy Caldwell show this week. Steve Frank, Editor of California Political Review, will be guest hosting.  . Miller will be  talking about Citizens Journalism Friday afternoon 430-5 PM. Topic is “The New World […]

Oxnard to consider 2017/18 budget, many contracts

Oxnard to consider 2017/18 budget, many contracts

By George Miller On Tuesday, June 6, 2017, at 5 PM, the Oxnard City Council will consider approval of many contracts for landscape maintenance and other neighborhood level services, as well as Landscaping Maintenance Districts assessments and special tax levies for Community Facilities Districts and more.  They will also consider: nuisance abatement fees, Recovery of Civil Citation […]

Simi Cajun/Blues Music Festival excellent (again)

Simi Cajun/Blues Music Festival excellent (again)

By George Miller Over the years, the Simi Cajun & Blues Festival has become one of the region’s top musical events. This year they maintained and enhanced their reputation. Mitch Rider & the Detroit Wheels and Big Bad Voodoo Daddy were the Blues stage headliners. Having two sound stages, a kiddie park, lots of merchandise booths, […]

Concern for the Truth- a Panel Discussion on Fake News

Concern for the Truth- a Panel Discussion on Fake News

By USA-Focus USA-Focus Is Dedicated To Providing Reliable Facts And Insightful, Morally-Based Solutions To Today’s Challenging Issues. We Welcome You To View A Panel Discussion On The Serious And Growing Problem Of Fake News. When and how did this negative trend begin? Who is to blame? What damage does it do? Is there any way to solve […]

Truth and the News — Panel at Reagan Library examines the Media

Truth and the News — Panel at Reagan Library examines the Media

By George Miller and Debra Tash “No net bias in the news,” half of the public gets news from social media,  said keynote speaker Pepperdine University partnered with the Ronald Reagan and Lyndon B. Johnson’s Presidential Libraries to present what was billed as a Media Literacy Forum: “Truth and the News.”  The event kicked off […]

Open letter to President about Syria + N. Korea

Open letter to President about Syria + N. Korea

By George Miller Dear President Trump: I do not agree with your decision to attack the Syrian air base. Why: – You said you would avoid foreign interventions. – Our country is bankrupt. We cannot afford such things. You told us that yourself. – Attacking a Russian ally and threatening a Chinese ally in the […]

Oxnard to discuss: Strategic Priorities; Committees & Boards reorganization; Single audit; Marijuana

By George Miller Important topics addressed at the Tuesday, March 28 Oxnard City Council, meeting will include: 6:00 pm Strategic Priorities Committees & Boards reorganization Future marijuana regulations Single audit presentation Prior 4:30 closed session will address two unspecified significant potential litigation situations and discussion of multiple labor bargaining unit negotiations. Read full meeting AGENDA […]

Ventura School Board President comments on the departure of Superintendent Michael Babb

Ventura School Board President comments  on the departure of Superintendent Michael Babb

By George Miller The recent firing of Ventura Unified School District Superintendent Michael Babb caused quite a stir.  However, as Board President Velma Lomax conveyed to CitizensJournal.us, this is not something that came out of the blue. She told us that “it is no secret that the board was working with him on his communication and […]

Pro Choice vs Life in Ventura County

Pro Choice vs Life in Ventura County

By George Miller and Deborah Baber Savalla This article contains both news and opinions   For years, we have seen or heard of protests of Planned Parenthood and abortion, usually held near the Ventura County Government Center and down nearby Ralston Street outside the Planned Parenthood office. There are sometimes just a few people. Occasionally […]

Both sides of Mandalay shores short-term rental dispute court ruling claim victory

Both sides of Mandalay shores short-term rental dispute court ruling claim victory

By George Miller The battle over whether short-term residential rentals should be permitted is raging all along the California coast and has gotten far worse since on-line rental services have boomed. Investigations into feasibility of banning or severe restrictions by cities such as Oxnard have shown that the CA Coastal Commission has come down in […]

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