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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 […]

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Asks Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler To Move Forward With Articles Of Impeachment

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Asks Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler To Move Forward With Articles Of Impeachment

  HENRY RODGERS CAPITOL HILL REPORTER . Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi said Thursday she will be asking House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler to move forward with articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump. “The president’s actions have seriously violated the Constitution,” Pelosi said at a press conference. “The president abused his power for his own […]

Oxnard Council: Finalized Cannabis Sales, Short Term Rental Rules; Ban of Flavored Cigarettes

Oxnard Council: Finalized Cannabis Sales, Short Term Rental Rules; Ban of Flavored Cigarettes

By George Miller SUMMARY At the 12-3-19 Meeting, the Oxnard Council made a few  changes and approved final legislation for cannabis sales in the City. The next step is implementing supporting ordinances. After years of work, final short term rental (STR) rules were approved, with some exceptions carved out for The Colony/Harbor Island developments and […]

Chinese State Media Quiet After Hong Kong’s Pro-Democracy Camp Sweeps Elections

Chinese State Media Quiet After Hong Kong’s Pro-Democracy Camp Sweeps Elections

    . BY EVA FU . … After Hong Kong’s pro-democracy camp scored a landslide victory in the city’s district elections on Nov. 25, Chinese state media have largely kept silent, omitting news of the result in its reports. The mainland media response stood in sharp contrast to its heavy propaganda campaign in the lead up to the elections, warning […]

Jeffrey D. Burum Enters Race for Ventura County Supervisor

Jeffrey D. Burum Enters Race for Ventura County Supervisor

JEFF BURUM ENTERS RACE FOR VENTURA COUNTY SUPERVISOR Desert Storm Combat Officer Veteran & Chief Financial Officer in Private Business Pledges to Move Region Forward Oxnard, CA – Jeffrey Burum, a 59-year old former career Air Force officer and businessman has officially filed as candidate for District 5 Supervisor on the Ventura County Board of […]

Santa Paula: Qui Tam Whistleblower Lawsuit

Santa Paula: Qui Tam Whistleblower Lawsuit

By Sheryl Hamlin . During the Closed Session Report of the November 20, 2019 Santa Paula City Council Meeting, City Attorney Cotti reported that the council had discussed a Qui Tam lawsuit and has authorized counsel to intervene in the Qui Tam lawsuit.Previously Citizens Journal had received a notification of this lawsuit via email. Here […]

Oxnard Council: Homeless Shelter Tentatively Approved; Ormond Beach Power Plant May Stay Open

Oxnard Council: Homeless Shelter Tentatively Approved;  Ormond Beach Power Plant May Stay Open

By George Miller At the 11-19-19 Oxnard Council meeting, The council approved a lease for a permanent homeless shelter on 1258 Saviers Road, subject to a very short 90 day contingency and public outreach period. City Manager Nguyen announced his intention to negotiate an extension in operations of the  Ormond Beach power plant in exchange […]

Two Killed – Suspect Dead | Walmart Duncan OK

Two Killed – Suspect Dead | Walmart Duncan OK

A shooting outside a Walmart in Duncan Oklahoma left two dead in addition to the suspect.  Local school had been put on lockdown.  “Police are investigating a shooting that killed three people Monday morning in the parking lot of a Walmart store in Duncan. The store is located at 3393 North 81 Highway in Duncan.” KOCO […]

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 […]

Jury Finds Roger Stone Guilty

Jury Finds Roger Stone Guilty

CHUCK ROSS INVESTIGATIVE REPORTER . A federal jury in Washington, D.C., on Friday found Roger Stone guilty on seven counts in a case stemming from the special counsel’s investigation. The jury, which deliberated for two days, found Stone guilty on five counts of making false statements to the House Intelligence Committee in September 2017, one count […]

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