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Jewel Warren, 8-year-old child of slain cop, escorted to father-daughter dance by 6 officers

Jewel Warren, 8-year-old child of slain cop, escorted to father-daughter dance by 6 officers

A Memphis girl whose father was killed in the line of police duty was recently escorted to a father-daughter dance by six of his law enforcement colleagues. Six Memphis police officers accompanied 8-year-old Jewel Warren to the dance, viagra the department said in a statement on Facebook. They said it was an honor to help […]

A Pictorial of the Debate at the Reagan Library

A Pictorial of the Debate at the Reagan Library

UPDATED: Presidential Debate Coverage at the Reagan Library: 9-16-2015

UPDATED: Presidential Debate Coverage at the Reagan Library: 9-16-2015

By Citizens Journal Event Team- Debra Tash, George Miller,  Marc Langsam Check back for updates from the Spin Room – We are onsite and will be reporting a blow by blow. George Miller and Marc Langsam are at Reagan Library most of the day and evening. Editor-in-Chief Debra Tash will be researching, editing and publishing. We […]

Sidebar to the Debate: Interview with Chris Matthews at the Reagan Library

Sidebar to the Debate: Interview with Chris Matthews at the Reagan Library

Publisher George Miller interviewed veteran newsman Chris Matthews Q: Are there any candidates here you would support? A: John Kasich, who said has always been responsible. (he then told an anecdote of playing basketball with him) Q. What do you think of Donald Trump? A: He’s SMART. Q: Is he a real Conservative? A: He’s […]

Gov. Brown vetoes CA drone bill

Gov. Brown vetoes CA drone bill

By James Poulos . Exhibiting his penchant for practical wisdom, Gov. Jerry Brown waved off the California Legislature’s attempt to place big new restrictions on drone usage. Deflating anxiety “Drone technology certainly raises novel issues that merit careful examination. This bill, however, while well-intentioned, could expose the occasional hobbyist and the FAA-approved commercial user alike to burdensome […]

Ventura: Painter in serious condition after fall from roof

Ventura: Painter in serious condition after fall from roof

The man was working on the roof adjacent to a rehabilitation clinic.  He fell onto the parapet the clinic, narrowly escaping hitting the skylights and fixed equipment on the roof. The cause of the fall is unknown and no one from the facility was involved in the incident or was injured. Firefighter paramedics made access […]

Notice: Treatment Plans for Asian Citrus Psyllid in Somis Area—Meeting Sept. 17th

Notice: Treatment Plans for Asian Citrus Psyllid in Somis Area—Meeting Sept. 17th

 

Dr. Marshall Foster’s “Hope for Our Time” places history in perspective

Dr. Marshall Foster’s “Hope for Our Time” places history in perspective

By George Miller Marshall Foster, founder of the World History Institute, was the guest speaker at the History Makers International launch of At The City Gates “Lights in the City” campaign on Thursday, July 30th at the Ventura Carrows Restaurant.  Dr. Foster is also chairman of the Global Prayer Strategy Initiative (publisher of the World Prayer […]

CA Legislature sends Brown microbead ban

CA Legislature sends Brown microbead ban

. After a roller coaster ride through the Senate, a bill enacting the nation’s toughest ban on so-called “microbeads” headed to Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk for signature. Doubts overcome After sailing through the Assembly in May, AB888, introduced by Richard Bloom, D-Santa Monica, languished in Sacramento’s upper chamber. As the Sacramento Bee reported, “it was blocked by […]

Consultant advises Oxnard to restate financials

Consultant advises Oxnard to restate financials

By George Miller Tuesday’s Oxnard City Council meeting may be saved from being an otherwise long, boring, seemingly interminable session. In fact, it should be “interesting.” The ink on new Chief Financial Officer Joseph Lillio’s new business cards is barely dry and already he’s involved in a project to rectify various major financial records errors, although the […]