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Athletes Who Rejected COVID Shots Win Court Case

Athletes Who Rejected COVID Shots Win Court Case

By Bob Unruh A federal judge in Michigan has signed a stipulated Consent Judgment protecting 16 athletes at Western Michigan University from school demands they submit to the experimental COVID-19 shots, and creating a precedent for multiple states, too. The Great Lakes Justice Center confirmed that Judge Paul L. Maloney now has finalized the judgment that […]

30,000 COVID-Vaccine Deaths Recorded By Europe Database

30,000 COVID-Vaccine Deaths Recorded By Europe Database

By Art Moore WND News Center   A total of 30,551 fatalities and 1.1 million adverse events due to COVID-19 vaccines have been reported by the European Union’s official database. The European Medicines Agency site’s figures, through Nov. 13, are from reports regarding the Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson and AztraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines. The U.S. reporting site, the the CDC’s […]

Coming To America: The United Kingdom – Lawrence Cree

Coming To America:  The United Kingdom – Lawrence Cree

by Kathleen S. Roos Ph.D.   Editor:Anne Albaugh – Citizens Journal EDITOR’S NOTE: This continues the series of  interviews conducted by Ventura County resident Kathleen Roos, Ph.D. with immigrants from countries with oppressive governments or very different cultural outlooks as it compares to life in the USA.  Citizens Journal is eminently proud to showcase these […]

Government Kills ALL Public Voices To Avoid Hearing One Explosive Issue

Government Kills ALL Public Voices To Avoid Hearing One Explosive Issue

By Bob Unruh (Photo by Joe Kovacs) Commissioners in one Wyoming county where parents have raised objections – 85 so far – to what they consider pornographic material being made available to children in the public library – apparently think they’ve solved the dispute. They are refusing to accept any public comments at their meetings. On […]

California Leads In Jobs Gains, Still Holds Highest Unemployment Rate

California Leads In Jobs Gains, Still Holds Highest Unemployment Rate

By Madison Hirneisen | The Center Square (The Center Square) – California had the largest job gains in October but it can’t shake the highest unemployment rate in the nation, according to an employment report released Friday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The report found that California and Nevada had the highest unemployment rate in the nation […]

Santa Barbara Festival Ballet Presents The Nutcracker Returning To Arlington Theatre December 11 And 12

Santa Barbara Festival Ballet Presents The Nutcracker Returning To Arlington Theatre December 11 And 12

Santa Barbara’s treasured holiday tradition is back! The Santa Barbara Festival Ballet presents The Nutcracker, at The Arlington Theatre for three dazzling live performances Saturday and Sunday, December 11-12. “After a year’s hiatus, we’re thrilled to be celebrating our 46th anniversary with a brilliant ensemble and world-renowned guest artists from Dance Theatre of Harlem,” said Valerie Huston, […]

White House ‘Deeply Concerned’ About Missing Chinese Tennis Player Peng Shuai

White House ‘Deeply Concerned’ About Missing Chinese Tennis Player Peng Shuai

by Sebastian Hughes White House press secretary Jen Psaki said the administration was “deeply concerned” about tennis star Peng Shuai, who has reportedly not been seen or heard from in days. “We are deeply concerned by reports that Peng Shuai appears to be missing after accusing a former PRC senior official of sexual assault,” Psaki said during […]

California Teachers Association Conference Instructed Teachers To Undermine Parents On Gender Identity, Sexual Orientation

California Teachers Association Conference Instructed Teachers To Undermine Parents On Gender Identity, Sexual Orientation

Kendall Tietz The California Teachers Association held a conference where teachers said they surveilled students’ Google searches, online chats and hallway conversations to identify and personally invite sixth grade students to join LGBTQ school clubs, according to the leaked documents and audio authenticated by three conference attendees. Teachers also hid information about students involved in […]

Scientific Advancements At Center Stage In Major Supreme Court Abortion Case

Scientific Advancements At Center Stage In Major Supreme Court Abortion Case

Laurel Duggan Amicus briefs filed in the leadup to oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health emphasize scientific advancements in the study of human development since Roe v. Wade was decided in 1973. Numerous briefs filed on behalf of women, religious organizations, states and pro-life advocacy groups argued that advancements in science have invalidated […]

OC Academic Senate Meeting Details: Monday, November 22, 2021

OC Academic Senate Meeting Details: Monday, November 22, 2021

Our next OC Academic Senate meeting will take place on: Monday, November 22nd  from 2pm-4pm via ZOOM. This is a public meeting, and everyone is welcome. I especially encourage all faculty (part-time and full-time) to participate because, at these meetings, the most up-to-date faculty information is discussed. Public comments are permitted at the beginning of the meeting, but each person is limited […]