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Remember Pearl Harbor

Remember Pearl Harbor

By Citizens Journal Staff This is the 78th anniversary of the Japanese surprise attack on Pearl Harbor December 7, 1941. It was the worst attack on US territory since the War of 1812. The USA was caught largely unprepared for this, although some prudent steps had been taken to strengthen military forces in the preceding […]

Parent Reflects on Oak Park’s Gender Fluid Curriculum

Parent Reflects on Oak Park’s Gender Fluid Curriculum

    By Jamie Matthews  First off, I want my kids to be aware of others who may believe, feel or do differently than them. I want them to be accepting. But I also feel that certain things are not age-appropriate. For example, you don’t have elementary school students jumping into the Grapes of Wrath […]

CVUSD Superintendent McLaughlin Violates Brown Act for the 2nd Time

CVUSD Superintendent McLaughlin Violates Brown Act for the 2nd Time

By Nic Rivera The Ventura County District Attorney’s office sent a letter this past week advising Conejo Valley Unified School District leadership of a Brown Act violation arising from board business being conducted illegally in August 2019 by Superintendent Mark McLaughlin and board president Betsy Connolly at a “board retreat.” The letter from the District […]

The Attempt to Buy District Attorneys Continues

The Attempt to Buy District Attorneys Continues

. . . By Michele Hanisee . After the Supreme court decided Citizens United, special interest dark money flooded political campaigns. District Attorney races, traditionally non-partisan, non-political, were not spared from this onslaught. Eighteen months ago we wrote about an example of this problem. Special interest groups, funded by George Soros, pumped millions of dollars […]

Spoiler Alert: There is No Fountain of Youth

Spoiler Alert: There is No Fountain of Youth

    By Armando Vaquez The poets and sages have always reminded us that if we practice mindfulness each and every moment of every year life’s miracles reveal themselves as scared gifts. I’m beginning to understand and practice that holy concept. I will turn 69 years old this week. The number 69 has always had […]

Are We Ready for Potable Reuse of Wastewater?

Are We Ready for Potable Reuse of Wastewater?

    By Dr. Edo McGowan, Guest Editorial As to toxins, carcinogens, endocrine disrupters as well as pathogens, the standards are badly in need of review. The regulatory community in the U.S. is well aware of this deficit but is moribund. Industry pressures on legislatures and regulators should be reviewed. There are a number of […]

Attack on Hong Kong Epoch Times printing press needs to be condemned

Attack on Hong Kong Epoch Times printing press needs to be condemned

    By Michael Hernandez  Americans who value the Constitution and the 1st Amendment (Bill of Rights) which establishes:  “the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assembly, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances” should condemn the Nov. 19th attack on the Hong […]

Oxnard City Treasurer Tries to Take Back Functions Ceded by Predecessors, Adhere to Law

Oxnard City Treasurer Tries to Take Back Functions Ceded by Predecessors, Adhere to Law

. . . By Phil Molina, Oxnard City Treasurer . I know and agree that fighting a government just for the sake of the fight doesn’t help anyone.  . I also know the City has passed ordinances that sometime seem to  disagree with the State law. Not being an attorney I am aware that General Law cities […]

Erdogan is a Bigger Evil to the Kurds Than Syria’s Al-Assad

Erdogan is a Bigger Evil to the Kurds Than Syria’s Al-Assad

    By Sigrid Weidenweber We all remember Bashar al-Assad’s poison gas attacks on the Kurdish population during President Obama’s governance.  They were the poison killings, driving Obama to draw the famous red line, which al-Assad promptly crossed and poisoned some more. The world was aghast that such dastardly implements of war, forbidden by the […]

Women: Enjoy Walking on Ormond While You Can…Time is Limited

Women: Enjoy Walking on Ormond While You Can…Time is Limited

    By Christina Zubko – Hueneme Voice On Saturday, I, a member of Friends of Ormond Beach, walked the entire length of Ormond Beach–From Hueneme Pier to Arnold Road and back ( a 5.0 mile walk). While it is true that I walked with my husband and another couple, I’d admit that Had I walked […]

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