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Tacky Elizabeth Warren

Tacky Elizabeth Warren

    By Naomi Fisher  Tacky Elizabeth Warren attacked Bernie Sanders in the January 14th, 2020 Democratic Debate by saying he told her that a woman could not win the election. Bernie said, “I never said that.” Then the stupid moderator asked how Warren felt when he told her that! Apparently the moderator was either […]

Felons, Come One, Come All! Gascon and Rossi welcome you to their Los Angeles!

Felons, Come One, Come All!  Gascon and Rossi welcome you to their Los Angeles!

By Marc Debbaudt, Guest Editorial . What would Los Angeles look like if George Gascon or Rachel Rossi actually became the County’s next District Attorney? In a nutshell (and you would have to be a nut to vote for either of them), they will make L.A. the greatest haven for criminals in the nation. Yes, even […]

Santa Paula: Citizen Reports on Oaks Mobile Estates Senior Park Rent Increase

Santa Paula: Citizen Reports on Oaks Mobile Estates Senior Park Rent Increase

    By Barry Cooper, Oaks Mobile Estates Currently there is much speculation as to what is happening in the Oaks Mobile Estates in Santa Paula. As a resident in that park I would like to offer an honest, objective point of view about recent past events and where things stand at this moment. New […]

Bananas – Friend or Foe?

Bananas – Friend or Foe?

    By Naomi Fisher                                    Question: Are bananas capable of transmitting diseases to humans? Concern: We are more than 60% identically, genetically related to Bananas. When I was unable to find a job as a secretary I took jobs […]

New DA Begins The Purge in San Francisco

New DA Begins The Purge in San Francisco

. . . By Michele Hanisee   When George Gascón abandoned his position as San Francisco District Attorney with more than a year left in his term, the law required an election be held to replace him. The winner of that election was a  public defender and former translator for the late Venezuelan dictator President Hugo […]

Oxnard Deal to Keep Ormond Beach Power Plant Open in Return for Future Demolition/Remediation

Oxnard Deal to Keep Ormond Beach Power Plant Open in Return for Future Demolition/Remediation

    By George Miller A while back, we reported that Oxnard City Manager Alex Nguyen said they might negotiate a deal for Gen-On to demolish and remediate the Ormond Beach plant (formerly of NRG), in return for keeping it operational for a few more years. Well, it seems that the nanny state’s ambition to […]

FBI Finds NEW Clinton Emails

FBI Finds NEW Clinton Emails

    By Naomi Fisher Now there’s more proof. We have released 37 pages of new Clinton emails recently “found” by the FBI that show the former secretary of state using her unsecure, non-government email to transmit classified information.” This, after she swore under oath that she had turned over all her personal emails to […]

Commentary | L.A. District Attorney Race – Spewing Falsehoods and Ignoring the Record

Commentary | L.A. District Attorney Race – Spewing Falsehoods and Ignoring the Record

. By Eric Siddall   Once again, Opportunist Candidate Gascón is spewing falsehoods. Ironically, what he titled “Jackie Lacey’s Lie-Laden… TV Performance” is itself a lie. Gascón claims that Jackie Lacey opposed SB 10, bail reform. Actually, she helped rewrite the bill that was passed by the legislature and signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown.  Her revisions turned a flawed […]

CitizensJournal.us- Letters to the Editor

CitizensJournal.us- Letters to the Editor

Since this is CITIZENS Journal, public opinion is especially important. We accept general letters here from the public, on varied topics in the form of comments, below. If you wish to respond to specific articles, scroll down to reader comments for the appropriate posting.  If you want them featured, include full name, address, phone number (the latter two will […]

Photograph Commentary | This is Ormond Beach

Photograph Commentary | This is Ormond Beach

This is on Oxnard’s side of the beach.  I’m here right now with at least 15 other volunteers picking up the trash on the beach.  Hueneme paid for three dumpsters and a tractor to haul sea the junk. Steven Gama and Andrew Salinas are spearheading this effort.  Some Saturday morning you should come down here.  […]

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