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George Gascón’s History of Hiding Evidence and Silencing Whistleblowers

George Gascón’s History of Hiding Evidence and Silencing Whistleblowers

. . . By Michele Hanisee . In response to a Public Records Act request for George Gascón’s disciplinary records, the LAPD, rather than indicating that no such records exist, has instead stated that “records responsive to your request remain privileged, confidential, and exempt from disclosure. “Gascón, who has publicly advocated for transparency in the criminal […]

Twenty-Four Elected CA Female DAs Extol Support for Los Angeles DA Jackie Lacey

Twenty-Four Elected CA Female DAs Extol Support for Los Angeles DA Jackie Lacey

Lacey is the first female, African American, LA District Attorney By District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert – guest article A strong woman stands up for herself. A stronger woman stands up for everybody else. Jackie Lacey is that stronger woman. It is no wonder that it was Jackie Lacey who was elected the first African American and […]

This Week at The Huntington

This Week at The Huntington

  Visit     Donate This Week at The Huntington Tales from the Vault – Coming Oct. 27 Begins Oct. 27 for Members and Oct. 31 for the public Discover the eerier side of The Huntington in a virtual event where curators and botanists share rarely seen objects and otherworldly stories from deep inside the collections. Enter a […]

Errol Webber’s Election Night Yacht Watch Party Logistics!

Errol Webber’s Election Night Yacht Watch Party Logistics!

  REGISTER HERE! EVENT BOARDING LOCATION & DIRECTIONS Hope to see you there!     Errol Webber for Congress Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

Prosecutorial Institutionalism – Gascón will refuse to enforce key elements of California’s Penal Code

Prosecutorial Institutionalism – Gascón will refuse to enforce key elements of California’s Penal Code

. . . By Eric Siddall George Gascón has publicly stated that he will refuse to enforce key parts of California’s Penal Code that are mandated by both constitutional and statutory authority. He recently promised certain fringe groups, including one that advocates for the abolishment of prisons, that he would not enforce gang crimes and […]

American Freedom Alliance – BYOB Tuesday at 6 PM Pacific and Links for Thursday’s Video Discussion Group

American Freedom Alliance – BYOB Tuesday at 6 PM Pacific and Links for Thursday’s Video Discussion Group

  BYOB TUESDAY! Topic:  Whatever’s on your mind  Tuesday 13 October  ~  6 PM Pacific Grab your favorite beverage and join us for an  INFORMAL ZOOM GET-TOGETHER To join, click hereMeeting ID: 810 4255 3179 Passcode: 807940   AFA’s Discussion Group Thursday,  15 October 6 PM Pacific   Week 6   Hillsdale’s  Western Heritage: From the Book of […]

It’s Just a Pigment of Imagination and…..

It’s Just a Pigment of Imagination and…..

  PAINT:LAB It’s not a figment of your imagination. It’s a pigment FOR your imagination. Our virtual step by step classes are inspiring for artist of all levels.   Sign up for any class by 10.15.20 and take $5 off when you use code 5$off.    Code expires 10.15.20 Afterschool Classes   After School Streaming Classes […]

More Than 2,000 LA County Voters Received Mail-In Ballots With No Way to Vote for President

More Than 2,000 LA County Voters Received Mail-In Ballots With No Way to Vote for President

BY JACK PHILLIPS About 2,100 Los Angeles County voters received mail-in ballots without a way to vote for president as the ballots omitted the presidential race. The Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder office confirmed the erroneous ballots were sent out, saying it was a printing error that affected the more than 2,000 documents. The ballots did not include President Donald Trump, Democratic […]

This Week at The Huntington

This Week at The Huntington

  Visit     Donate This Week at The Huntington Expanded Chinese Garden Opens Friday Beginning Oct. 9, visitors will be able to stroll through the new areas of the expanded Chinese Garden that include winding pathways, intricate courtyards, and a stargazing tower. Now 15 acres, Liu Fang Yuan is one of the largest classical-style Chinese […]

Politics | 2020 Voter Guide

Politics | 2020 Voter Guide

By George Miller & Debra Tash Regular readers may remember that Citizens Journal publishes candidate/proposition  endorsements/recommendations from as many different sources as we can find for Ventura County voters and some for LA and Santa Barbara Counties, since 25% of our readers now live there. Here’s the collection for the 2020 general election. We’ll update […]

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