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Oxnard Council: crime situation discussed; will streamline business and residential permits; EDCO holds industrial companies forum

Oxnard Council: crime situation discussed; will streamline business and residential permits; EDCO holds industrial companies forum

By George Miller This segment (4-8-15)- KADYTV host Peter Godinez interviews George Miller, Publisher of CitizensJournal.us, a Ventura County, news, commentary and events publication.  This week’s topics: Crime in Oxnard and what to do about it (00:40); Planning Dept. permitting/other services  improvements (06:34); EDCO/OPIA (Economic Development Corporation of Oxnard/Oxnard Plain Industrial Association) Forum (13:00).  There is also […]

Good Morning Oxnard Show- News Segment 2-11-15

Good Morning Oxnard Show- News Segment 2-11-15

By George Miller This segment (2-11-15), host Peter Godinez interviews CitizensJournal.us Publisher George Miller on this week’s Oxnard news.  Topics covered were: Accrued employee leave balances resolution, major March 5 community meeting on priorities and “trust-building,” new well and recycled water pipeline at golf course, Asset forfeiture funds to Police Dept., cultural arts and Measure O […]

Boehner re-elected Speaker of the House

Boehner re-elected Speaker of the House

By George Miller Although there was some controvesry about retaining Boehner and there was more opposition to him than ever, most did not want to take the risk of directly opposing him.  Speaker election outcome heard on video Boehner, OH 216 Pelosi, CA 164 Webster, FL 12 Gohmert,TX 3 Yoho, FL 2 Jordan, OH 2 Cooper, […]

Happy New Year from Citizens Journal- Ventura County

Happy New Year from Citizens Journal- Ventura County

    From CJ Staff- We wish you a healthy, happy and successful new year! We pledge to further expand and improve in 2015.   Suggested New Year’s resolution: Ask your friends, associates, family to sign up for Citizensjournal.us Get Citizensjournal.us Headlines free  SUBSCRIPTION. Keep us publishing – DONATE

A cyber Christmas to all!

A cyber Christmas to all!

Column By George Miller It seems appropriate that an on-line publication such as Citizensjournal.us offer on-line Christmas celebratory tools. So here’s a cyber nativity for you. Communications sure have changed since B.C. times. It should be fun no matter what your faith is- Merry Christmas/Happy Holidays!       George Miller is Publisher of Citizensjournal.us […]

Amnesty hidden in trillion dollar “Omnibus Spending Bill?”

Amnesty hidden in trillion dollar “Omnibus Spending Bill?”

By George Miller At one time, Congress put forth a series of spending bills on different topics, each designed to support, with spending authorizations, what they wanted done. In recent years, because of gridlock in agreeing on priorities and the resulting delays, that has not occurred. Instead, massive catch-all “omnibus” bills have been created to […]

Oxnard Christmas parade- record crowds and participants

Oxnard Christmas parade- record crowds and participants

By George Miller Under brilliant, sunny skies on a beautiful warm holiday season day- the envy of the rest of the nation :-)-  the Oxnard Christmas parade inched through downtown. We thought there were a lot of people at the tree lighting the previous evening, but that was nothing compared to today. We lost count […]

Utah to seize own land from government, challenge federal dominance of Western states

Utah to seize own land from government, challenge federal dominance of Western states

By Valerie Richardson– The Washington Times – Wednesday, December 3, 2014 In three weeks, Utah intends to seize control of 31.2 million acres of its own land now under the control of the federal government. At least, that’s the plan. In an unprecedented challenge to federal dominance of Western state lands, Utah Gov. Gary Herbert […]

Oxnard final election results show Perello victorious in City Council race

Oxnard final election results show Perello victorious in City Council race

By George Miller After the better part of a month, while both contenders Steve Huber and incumbent Bert Perello waited on tenderhooks, were left in suspense, twisted in the wind, nailbited, agonized (did I omit any cliches?), Perello  finally won by a whisker- just 10 votes. Due to the closeness of the contest, a recount is […]

Washington Post fact-checks SNL

Washington Post fact-checks SNL

Chip Bok, Bokbluster.com     November 25, 2014    The Washington Post actually fact checked a Saturday Night Live skit. Zachary Goldfarb rated the skit not helpful to the president. The sketch was about Obama’s executive action on immigration (mislabeled as an “executive order”, Goldfarb helpfully corrects). It was set to “Schoolhouse Rock” and featured a “Bill” singing about how a bill becomes law. […]