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The Libertarian Party of Ventura County – Two Events August 8th

The Libertarian Party of Ventura County – Two Events August 8th

    PARTICIPATE this Saturday August 8 in one or both events! For more details or to RSVP visit lpvc.org. 1) LET HER SPEAK Car Convoy for Jo Jorgensen 9:00 AM in Oxnard at Harrington Elementary School, 2501 Gisler Ave; Begin Drive at 9:30 AM 2) RECALL NEWSOM PETITIONS AND PROTEST 12:00 PM at Ventura Beach Promenade LET HER SPEAK CAR […]

Open letter to Supervisor Linda Parks

Open letter to Supervisor Linda Parks

Dear Linda,  . You may remember that I was the treasurer for your earlier campaign. I used to live on Fisk court just a couple houses from you at the time. Now I’m in a different part of your district.  I think you should reverse your vote to close churches by force and I think […]

Recall Newsom Beach Party 8-8-20

Recall Newsom Beach Party 8-8-20

      https://wehaverights.com/ventura-ca Join us at the Recall Newsom Beach Party on August 8th, 12 noon at Promenade Park, 668 East Harbor Blvd. in Ventura, Ca.  Public parking available at 529 East Harbor Blvd.   recallgavin2020.com DETAILS & ETIQUETTE Time: 12pm – 2PM Signs: We need to have a variety of verbiage on the […]

#WalkAway RESCUE AMERICA RALLY

#WalkAway RESCUE AMERICA RALLY

It’s time to take our country back from the radical left. Join us on August 8th for our Rescue America Rally in Los Angeles.         WalkAway Campaign Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

The Republican Party Needs to Change

The Republican Party Needs to Change

    By Richard Colman The Republican Party, in California and nationally, drastically needs to change. There was a time when the Republican Party had electable and popular candidates like Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Earl Warren (as governor of California from 1943 to 1953), Dwight Eisenhower (president from 1953 to 1961), and Ronald Reagan. In […]

POLITICS | Elaine Litster Completes Simi Valley City Council Filing On First Day

POLITICS | Elaine Litster Completes Simi Valley City Council Filing On First Day

Simi Valley…Simi Valley City Council Member Elaine Litster was among the first candidates for a Simi Valley office to take out her filing papers this morning, July 13.  In mid-afternoon Elaine’s campaign held a “drive-by signing rally” outside City Hall collecting voter signatures to qualify her for the November ballot.  Elaine was the first candidate […]

Trump Signs ‘Hiring American’ Executive Order to Prioritize US Workers

Trump Signs ‘Hiring American’ Executive Order to Prioritize US Workers

BY TOM OZIMEK   President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Monday that requires federal agencies to prioritize U.S. labor in federal contracts, ensure only American citizens are appointed to the competitive service, and stop employers from moving H-1B workers into jobs in a way that displaces U.S. workers. “We believe jobs must be offered to American workers first,” […]

Support Sheriff Coverley and Gardnerville’s Future Against BLM on Aug. 8

Support Sheriff Coverley and Gardnerville’s Future Against BLM on Aug. 8

    By Paul White Last week,Douglas County Sheriff Dan Coverley made national news when he told his County Library Board  they should not feel obligated to contact his agency for emergency calls, because the Board no longer trusts or supports the activity of the Sheriff’s Department.  Coverly’s comment was in response to the Board publicly stating […]

Nomination Filing Period Open for Ventura City Council Candidates

Nomination Filing Period Open for Ventura City Council Candidates

    Nomination filing period open for Ventura City Council Candidates Ventura, Calif. — Registered voters in the City of Ventura will have the opportunity to elect three City Councilmembers from Districts 2, 3, and 7 during the 2020 General Municipal Election on November 3, 2020. This election is consolidated with the Ventura County Statewide General Election. […]

Port Hueneme city council called out for lack of transparency

Port Hueneme city council called out for lack of transparency

By Tom Dunn . At the July 20th Port Hueneme city council meeting council member Will Berg presented the decision the Fair Political Practices . Commission sent to council member Steven Gama regarding his sworn complaint that Will Berg falsely claimed expense reimbursement from the Port of Hueneme while working at the Port and being […]

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