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Dear Dr. Phil | What dad believes – Does he need help?

Dear Dr. Phil | What dad believes  – Does he need help?

    By AI X Note: My 15-year-old son, who has been trapped in a distance learning nightmare for nearly a year now, was recently given an opportunity by his sophomore English teacher to makeup a couple of missed assignments by writing an essay about coronavirus and/or current events. There were no other stipulations made. […]

Oxnard Officials Fail to Respect Will of The People

Oxnard Officials Fail to Respect Will of The People

Guest Editorial By Doug Partello   It seems our City officials only respect the will of the people when they win a majority in their own elections, or win ballot measures they promote. The people spoke when the ridiculously high increase in wastewater rates were imposed, with then Measure M. They lost in court, then […]

Rush – A tribute

Rush – A tribute

    By John Wurts When I was at a northern California church camp in the early 1980s, a friend mentioned that he listened to a guy on the radio that was unlike any other he had ever heard. This was intriguing, so I listened also. Back then Rush was only on one radio station […]

Danger-AB268 Will Provide for MORE Government Secrecy

Danger-AB268 Will Provide for MORE Government Secrecy

    By Denise Pedrow California Assembly member Jacqui Irwin has authored a new bill, AB268.  This bill will add Section 27523 to the Government Code and change what the county medical examiner’s office must allow to be revealed to the public.  The bill will “prohibit the disclosure of any report of death, autopsy report, […]

Covid Czar More Than Vaccination

Covid Czar More Than Vaccination

    Submitted by Sheryl Hamlin Dr. Edo McGowan, responding to an editorial in the Montecito Journal, fine tunes the role of Covid Czar to include all stages of the process, not simply vaccine rollout. He states: Is the COVID Czar going to be a “go-to” source for what to do until one gets vaccinated? […]

“Principal of Legitimacy”- Lane Reduction on Maricopa Hwy

“Principal of Legitimacy”- Lane Reduction on Maricopa Hwy

  . By Jeffrey Weinstein Lane reduction as currently designed for Maricopa Hwy will cost lives, time, money as well as our rural environment, and the actual benefits are limited.  Just like in Paradise CA during the 2018 Camp Fire (85 residents perished, mostly in their cars), residents north of El Roblar/Cuyama, in Meiners Oaks, […]

We Will be Suspending Our Twitter Posts

We Will be Suspending Our Twitter Posts

Editorial By George Miller Yes, Citizens Journal will be suspending new posts on Twitter, as long as its CEO Jack Dorsey continues his one-sided censorship of things he doesn’t like and making flimsy excuses why. He has disabled, frozen, or deleted far more than just the accounts of our President. This is the last one […]

Record Citizens Journal Readership Slowing Down WebSite

Record Citizens Journal Readership Slowing Down WebSite

By George Miller With everything going on in our County, State and Nation and relate Citizens Journal articles this week, our readership is off the charts. Over 80,000 readers visited our web site yesterday and are on track to do many today, too. We must be publishing what a lot of people want to read. […]

Local Businessman Applauds Withdrawal of Candidate for County Planning Commission

Local Businessman Applauds Withdrawal of Candidate for County Planning Commission

By Alex Rey Rivera   Editor’s note: Mr Rey Rivera’s comments refer to Ventura County District 5 Supervisor Carmen Ramirez’s withdrawn nomination of Steve Nash for County Planning Commissioner. – Steve Nash has given many years to the #Oxnard community by volunteering for different panels. However, he has demonstrated political views that have ended in […]

Oxnard to Decide How to Fill Vacant District 2 Council Seat

Oxnard to Decide How to Fill Vacant District 2 Council Seat

EDITORIAL By George Miller Oxnard District 2 Council Member/Mayor ProTem Carmen Ramirez bailed out midway in her term to take the District 5 County Board of Supervisors seat vacated by John Zaragoza. who won the Mayor’s post. The Council intends to decide at the January 5 council meeting whether to fill the seat with an […]

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