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A California Covid Vaccination Mandate Just to Stay Employed!

A California Covid Vaccination Mandate Just to Stay Employed!

Editorial By Naomi Fisher Our “Trusted”, Sneaky, Dishonest, Underhanded State Legislators are at it again!  A few of them have actually done what is called “Gut and Fill” on previously passed bills. Katy Grimes of the California Globe Newspaper: “This secretive process often leaves lawmakers, as well as the public, little or no time to […]

The Board of Supervisors is Not Protecting the Rights of their Citizens

The Board of Supervisors is Not Protecting the Rights of their Citizens

Editorial  By Denise Pedrow The San Jose City Council voted on Aug. 24, 2021, to require proof of vaccination for events of 50 or more people at city-owned buildings.  A negative test will NOT substitute for proof of vaccination as it does now.  What is the reason given for this strict mandate?  It is not […]

‘Only White People Could Be Racist’: Staff Sue School District Over Mandatory ‘Equity’ Training

‘Only White People Could Be Racist’: Staff Sue School District Over Mandatory ‘Equity’ Training

Kendall Tietz Two employees of Missouri’s largest school district filed a complaint Wednesday against their government employer, alleging they were forced to affirm and promote an ideology with which they disagree. Springfield Public Schools (SPS) employees Brooke Henderson and Jennifer Lumley claim that while the First Amendment protects public school employees from viewpoint discrimination, the school district “forces […]

‘C’ntarea Americii, Meaning ‘Ode To America ‘

‘C’ntarea Americii, Meaning ‘Ode To America ‘

Cornel Nistorescu ~An Ode to America ~ Why are Americans so united? They would not resemble one another even if you painted them all one color! They speak all the languages of the world and form an astonishing mixture of civilizations and religious beliefs. On September 11, 2001, the American tragedy turned three hundred million […]

Biden Team’s ‘Naïve Confidence’ In Taliban Led To Catastrophic Withdrawal, Former CIA Official Says

Biden Team’s ‘Naïve Confidence’ In Taliban Led To Catastrophic Withdrawal, Former CIA Official Says

by Sebastian Hughes A former CIA counterterrorism chief criticized the “naïve confidence” of President Joe Biden’s foreign policy advisors who believed the Taliban would adhere to a withdrawal agreement with the U.S. in an opinion piece for Just Security. “There was a rather naïve confidence among Biden’s more influential foreign policy advisors that the Taliban’s […]

Afghanistan, Land Of Woe, Land Without Peace, Land Without Hope

Afghanistan, Land Of Woe, Land Without Peace, Land Without Hope

Editorial  By Sigrid Weidenweber On your TV screens, you see the pictures of horror—women, children hastening, lucklessly stumbling, and men running in terrorized panic toward Bagram Air Base. This base was, with its airport, the only way out, the way to freedom. Behind them, in howling pursuit, a screaming mob of frightening figures. Kalashnikov rifles […]

CitizensJournal.us- Letters to the Editor

CitizensJournal.us- Letters to the Editor

Since this is CITIZENS Journal, public opinion is especially important. We accept general letters here from the public, on varied topics in the form of comments, below. If you wish to respond to specific articles, scroll down to reader comments for the appropriate posting.  If you want them featured, include full name, address, phone number (the latter two will […]

An Honest Critique Regarding Vaccine Legislation

An Honest Critique Regarding Vaccine Legislation

By Gunner Steele | Freedom Man There is a debate raging today amongst conservatives regarding the use of legislation to prevent mandatory vaccines in private workplaces. On one hand, most conservatives despise the thought of mandatory vaccines anywhere, even in private businesses. But on the other hand, true conservatives who stand on principle simply do not […]

Months After US Troops Begin Leaving Afghanistan, Taliban Captures Yet Another Provincial Capital

Months After US Troops Begin Leaving Afghanistan, Taliban Captures Yet Another Provincial Capital

Kendall Tietz The Taliban continued to advance across northern Afghanistan Monday, taking at least two provincial capitals, multiple provincial officials told the Associated Press. Sar-e Pul and Aybakis are the two latest northern provincial capitals to fall to the Taliban as the last of the American and NATO troops leave the country, according to local officials, […]

The Fall of the Dominoes

The Fall of the Dominoes

Inflation, as measured by the PCE (personal consumption expenditures) index, was, on an annualized basis, over 7 percent in March and April, and over 6 percent in May and June. Going by the more popular CPI (consumer price index), annualized inflation was between 8 and 11 percent in those same months. For perspective, the last time the economy experienced […]