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CitizensJournal.us- Letters to the Editor (Archived)

CitizensJournal.us- Letters to the Editor (Archived)

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 […]

Simi Valley City Council takes on panhandling and transit subsidies

Simi Valley City Council takes on panhandling and transit subsidies

By Bob Powers June 18, nurse 2013 Ref.- City Council web site: http://www.ci.simi-valley.ca.us/ ; Events ; Council Members ; Council Meetings, Agendas ; June 10 Agenda ; Video Panhandling adds to Simi Valley arrests SIMI VALLEY—City police reported that 12 percent of arrests came from panhandlers and homeless at a Simi Valley City Council meeting earlier this month (June 10).  According […]

Ventura City Council moves forward to enforce fees and penalties

Ventura City Council moves forward to enforce fees and penalties

By Susan Aquino VENTURA–Residents from the newly annexed community of Montalvo were on hand at the June 15th City Council meeting for a public hearing regarding code enforcement by their new city government. The annexation was forced last year due to a bureaucratic requirement in exchange for the approval of a housing development in East […]

Tony Dolz: The Core of Common Core

Tony Dolz: The Core of Common Core

News and Opinion Interview by Linda Johnston, capsule MD A growing number of parents are attentive to and involved with their children’s education. I also have become concerned with the trends in the schools and education. My concern led me to become a candidate for the Conejo Valley School Board in November, 2012. Despite not […]

The GOP Divide is Serious and Real

The GOP Divide is Serious and Real

Opinion By Stephen Frank This is one time the pundits, generic strategists and activists are all on the same page and with the same view:  Republicans are divided and in trouble.  Issues like abortion and amnesty have so divided the Party, clinic that folks, on both sides of those issues; say if they lose, they […]

Ventura’s Forgotten War Hero

Ventura’s Forgotten War Hero

By Richard Senate June 19, 2013                 He lies buried in what is today nicknamed “Dog Park” by the people of Ventura.  The cemetery, officially named Memorial Park, holds the remains of  thousands, many are war dead. Today this site is used by dog owners to let their animals run free and poop where they […]

A History Lesson on Transforming the Culture

A History Lesson on Transforming the Culture

Guest Editorial By Dr. Ted Baehr Christian leaders gather often to honor the prominent names and significant achievements of their peers. At one such event, troche several people stood up to commend a boycott, years ago that had to do with Brandon Tartikoff, when he was president of NBC and later chairman of Paramount Pictures.  […]

Kid’s Corner: Genetically Modified Organisms

Kid’s Corner: Genetically Modified Organisms

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Seeking truth is more than a noble purpose— A citizens duty—A call to become History Makers!

Seeking truth is more than a noble purpose— A citizens duty—A call to become History Makers!

. . . The first-ever Citizens Journal editorial! By Michael Hernandez June, doctor 2013             The Citizens Journal believes seeking truth is more than a noble purpose—A citizens duty—A call to become History Makers! History Makers International has the charge to transform cities by raising up individuals and families that wish to become History Makers […]

The Challenge of Postmodernism

The Challenge of Postmodernism

Guest Editorial By Jeanette Hernandez             Culture is unified only in so far as most citizens see a common thread of values and mores. Just prior to World War II, cialis America had a shared culture. Science was equated with progress, thumb the family (defined heterosexually) was the central unit of social order, politicians were […]

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