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Port Hueneme | Mayor’s Corner and Citizens Forum

Port Hueneme | Mayor’s Corner and Citizens Forum

 Tom Dunn is a Port Hueneme resident who is publisher of Port Hueneme News, a digital newspaper (facebook @huenemenews)  and host of  “Hello Port Hueneme” a video interview show about people, places and things in Port Hueneme. Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

‘You Do Not Have To Go To Venezuela To See Socialism, You Can Go To Compton’

‘You Do Not Have To Go To Venezuela To See Socialism, You Can Go To Compton’

 Christopher Bedford | Editor in Chief, The Daily Caller News Foundation    “You do not have to go to Venezuela to see socialism,” Star Parker tells The Daily Caller News Foundation. “You can go to Compton.” Star lost her youth “believing the lies of the left” and spent her days with “criminal activity, drug […]

Gov. Newsom Welcomes Women To Have Their Abortions In California

Gov. Newsom Welcomes Women To Have Their Abortions In California

David Krayden | Ottawa Bureau Chief   California is open for abortions — whether you live in the state or not. Gov. Gavin Newsom said Friday that anyone in the United States is welcome to come to his state and get an abortion — and taxpayer dollars might even pay for it, the Fresno Beereported. Newsom […]

AG Bill Barr Is Not Worried About His Reputation: ‘Everyone Dies’

AG Bill Barr Is Not Worried About His Reputation: ‘Everyone Dies’

Amber Athey | White House Correspondent   Attorney General William Barr said in a CBS News interview that he is unconcerned about his reputation in politics, stating flatly, “Everyone dies.” Democrats have called for Barr to resign over his handling of the Mueller report on Russian collusion, alleging that he is engaged in a “cover-up” […]

Santa Paula: To BID or Not To BID

Santa Paula: To BID or Not To BID

By Sheryl Hamlin On May 29, 2019 the Santa Paula City Council held a special meeting to discuss the formation of a Business Improvement District (BID) in Santa Paula. Mayor Garman and Council Member Juarez recused themselves due to property conflicts. A BID is simply an area, called a district, where an assessment is levied […]

Nevada Governor Vetoes National Popular Vote

Nevada Governor Vetoes National Popular Vote

Whitney Tipton | Reporter . Nevada’s Democratic Gov. Steve Sisolak vetoed legislation Thursday to commit Nevada’s six electoral votes to a group of states agreeing to elect the president by popular vote. Assembly Bill 186 would have joined Nevada to the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, (NPVIC), which is an agreement between states to pool their electoral […]

Trump Considering More Restrictions Against Asylum Seekers: Report

Trump Considering More Restrictions Against Asylum Seekers: Report

Jason Hopkins | Immigration and Politics Reporter   President Donald Trump is reportedly considering a rule that, if implemented, would reject thousands of migrants who request asylum in the United States. Under the draft proposal, asylum seekers would be denied if they resided in a country other than their own before reaching the U.S. The […]

Ventura | Suspects arrested for Smashing Victim’s Glass and Stealing Property

Ventura | Suspects arrested for Smashing Victim’s Glass and Stealing Property

Ventura Police Department – Incident Press Release On May 22nd at 3:30PM, an unknown suspect threw a brick through the victim’s glass door and entered the residence, stole property and fled the area. Ventura Police Patrol arrived on scene and located evidence of the burglary, but the suspect was not located. Ventura Police Street Crimes Unit […]

Parents Enraged by Passage of State Assembly Bill to Kill All Charter Schools in California

Parents Enraged by Passage of State Assembly Bill to Kill All Charter Schools in California

Parents across California protested Wednesday as the state assembly passed AB 1505, a bill that could eventually lead to the closure of every public charter school in the state. The bill narrowly passed on a 42-19 vote after multiple assembly members initially abstained from voting. Forty-one votes are required for passage. The bill now heads […]

California: Precursor Parts Bill and DROS Increase Awaiting Floor Votes

California: Precursor Parts Bill and DROS Increase Awaiting Floor Votes

Contact your Assembly Member Today!  Friday, May 31 is the deadline for bills to pass out of the house of origin. Anti-gun bills AB 879 and AB 1669 are both eligible for floor votes in the Assembly.  Please use the TAKE ACTION button below to contact your State Assembly Member to respectfully ask him/her to OPPOSE AB […]