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The Ottoman Empire is Rising Once Again Under the Regime of Turkey’s Erdogan

The Ottoman Empire is Rising Once Again Under the Regime of Turkey’s Erdogan

    By Sigrid Weidenweber Most of us do not know the full history of the Ottoman empire. Yet it behooves us to take, at least, a cursory look at what it represented. This empire, it should have been called the Osmanic empire, after its tribal founder Osman, encompassed the vast historical gulf between the […]

Tall Ships to Visit Channel Islands Harbor February 6-13

Tall Ships to Visit Channel Islands Harbor February 6-13

Ventura County residents and visitors will have an opportunity to raise sails, sing sea shanties, and learn about life on tall ships when the Hawaiian Chieftain and Lady Washington visit the Channel Islands Harbor from February 6-13. These one-of-a-kind tall ships based out of Grays Harbor, Washington will be docked near the Ventura County Harbor Patrol […]

King Tut Coming Soon to the California Science Center

King Tut Coming Soon to the California Science Center

To celebrate the 100-year anniversary of the discovery of King Tut’s tomb, the California Science Center is proud to present the world premiere of KING TUT: TREASURES OF THE GOLDEN PHARAOH—the largest King Tut exhibition ever toured! In a dramatic new presentation, dazzling multimedia complements rare artifacts to take guests on an immersive journey of the pharaoh’s quest for […]

Constitution Week, Ventura County, and YOU!

Constitution Week, Ventura County, and YOU!

By Deborah Baber Savalla Saturday September 23, 2017 marks the official end of Constitution Week 2017 celebrations, proclamations, and recognition. This year is the 230th birthday of our United States Constitution, ready for ratification on September 17, 1787. It is never too late to celebrate our vaunted, law-giving, life-affirming document in Ventura County though. On Monday, […]

The true source of California’s wealth

The true source of California’s wealth

Carmel Mission In 1769, the first Spanish missions were founded in California by Franciscan missionary Junipero Serra, whose statue is in the U.S. Capitol’s Statuary Hall. California cities were originally founded as Spanish Christian missions: 1769 San Diego de Alcalá (grew into San Diego, California, cultivated the first olives in California) 1770 San Carlos Borromeo […]

Constitution Week High Tea – September 16th

Constitution Week High Tea – September 16th

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The Key Facts About Slavery That the Left Conveniently Ignores

The Key Facts About Slavery That the Left Conveniently Ignores

  By Walter E. Williams Too many people believe that slavery is a “peculiar institution.” That’s what Kenneth Stampp called slavery in his book, “Peculiar Institution: Slavery in the Ante-Bellum South.” But slavery is by no means peculiar, odd, or unusual. It was common among ancient peoples such as the Egyptians, Babylonians, Assyrians, Hittites, Greeks, Persians, […]

Bill Whittle vs. Bill Nye- “The Science Guy”

Bill Whittle vs. Bill Nye- “The Science Guy”

Bill Whittle is out with a new episode of his Afterburner series taking on, as he calls him, Bill Nye the Science Lie. It’s definitely worth a watch as he not only hits Nye for his stupid transgender video, but for his phony climate science as well. Watch: Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us […]

Happy Mothers Day- Sunday, May 14

Happy Mothers Day- Sunday, May 14

      Origin of Mother’s Day goes back to the era of ancient Greek and Romans. But the roots of Mother’s Day history can also be traced in UK where a Mothering Sunday was celebrated much before the festival saw the light of the day in US. However, the celebration of the festival as […]

Art Comes Alive at the Channel Islands Maritime Museum

Art Comes Alive at the Channel Islands Maritime Museum
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