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Shop The Santa Paula Art Museum’s Holiday Market On Saturday, December 4

Shop The Santa Paula Art Museum’s Holiday Market On Saturday, December 4

SANTA PAULA, CA – The Santa Paula Art Museum’s annual Holiday Market is back on Saturday, December 4, 2021. Shop for gorgeous gifts from the Museum’s gift shop, which will be newly stocked and expanded for the event. Browse hand-crafted items by local artisan vendors, including jewelry, original art, pottery, decor, and more. Plus, check […]

Nearly Half Of Non-Parents Under 50 Say They’re Likely Not Having Kids: POLL

Nearly Half Of Non-Parents Under 50 Say They’re Likely Not Having Kids: POLL

 Laurel Duggan A Nov. 19 Pew Research Center poll found that childless adults under 50 are less likely to expect to have children than in previous years, and parents are less likely to be planning for more children. Of childless adults under 50, 44% said they were “not too likely” or “not at all likely” […]

Oxnard College Graduate And World Series Baseball Player Presented With Statewide Distinguished Alumni Award

Oxnard College Graduate And World Series Baseball Player Presented With Statewide Distinguished Alumni Award

OXNARD, Calif. (November 22, 2021)–In recognition of his impact on Major League Baseball, Oxnard College graduate Terry Pendleton has been recognized as a California Community College Distinguished Alumni by the Community College League of California (CCLC), a statewide organization that advocates for California community colleges at the state and federal levels. A native of Oxnard’s La […]

Come And Be Jolly At Westerlay Orchid’s Holiday Bash!

Come And Be Jolly At Westerlay Orchid’s Holiday Bash!

We invite you to the best holiday party of the year,  join us for a little bubbly and good cheer to toast the holidays and the New Year. Westerlay Orchids 3rd Annual Holiday Open House takes place Friday December 13th from 4:00pm – 7:00pm. We invite you to bring family and friends and happy to schedule interviews with the […]

Alec Baldwin Shooting: Is Anyone In Charge Here?

Alec Baldwin Shooting: Is Anyone In Charge Here?

Lawrence C. Noble, Esq.- Citizens Journal Contributor By now, we’ve all been inundated with the many conflicting stories about what happened in the senseless, but totally avoidable killing of Halyna Hutching, the cinematographer on the Rust movie set near Santa Fe, New Mexico.  And the various stories keep coming from many different sources, none of […]

Lethal Injection; Frontline E.R. Doctor Gives Chilling Account of Unusual Vaccine-Induced Illness

Lethal Injection; Frontline E.R. Doctor Gives Chilling Account of Unusual Vaccine-Induced Illness

by Mike Whitney “Americans are scared to death…. People are walking off the job, not because they want to lose their jobs, but they don’t want to die from the vaccine! … They say, ‘Listen, I don’t want to die. That’s the reason I’m not taking the vaccine.’ It’s that clear.” Dr. Peter McCullough A […]

Masculinity In Men Linked To Better Outcomes In Life, Education, Marriage, Study Finds

Masculinity In Men Linked To Better Outcomes In Life, Education, Marriage, Study Finds

 Laurel Duggan Self-reported masculinity is linked to better outcomes in men’s personal and professional lives, based on a March 2021 Institute for Family Studies survey. Men who reported themselves as more masculine had healthier weights and higher rates of life satisfaction, according to analysis by the IFS. They were more likely to have attended college, had higher incomes […]

Revive Community Church Annual Turkey Giveaway And Blessing Bag

Revive Community Church Annual Turkey Giveaway And Blessing Bag

On Tuesday November 23, 2021, from 6:00pm-8:00pm Revive Community Church will host its annual turkey giveaway along with a blessing gift bag.   This turkey giveaway is our annual Thanksgiving event where we bless a couple hundred families within our communities. Our church mantra is “blessed to be a blessing” and that is exactly what we are doing.  […]

Democrats Boast That Their Donors’ Most Common Profession Is Teacher

Democrats Boast That Their Donors’ Most Common Profession Is Teacher

Laurel Duggan  The Democratic National Committee (DNC) tweeted that the most common DNC donor-reported occupation in 2021 is teacher. The tweet sparked widespread mockery online, with commentators pointing out that teachers’ widespread alignment with Democrats is a root cause of conservatives’ distrust in public education. Tim Young, a columnist for The Washington Times, wrote “Defund Teachers Unions.” […]

Educate Empower Engage

Educate Empower Engage

News Release Hello fellow Ventura County citizens:  I was at the WOW Eden Garden event. I am working in Simi Valley to serve the SVUSD and putting up public notices. I have process down, and the paperwork ready, I am even willing to pay for certified mail. I am ready to work with some who […]