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Moving Safely and Cheaply During the Pandemic 

Moving Safely and Cheaply During the Pandemic 

    By Mykal Kaminski For most of us, 2020 at best is getting a one-star, “do not recommend” review. Literally billions of humans are hoping 2021 will be a better run around the sun, and it probably will be, especially considering how low the bar was set this year. The one thing that can […]

Citizens Journal is moving on up!

Citizens Journal is moving on up!

By Staff We are packing up the bits and bytes and moving to a new, roomier, and faster web host.  Run by volunteers, Citizens Journal has been providing an alternative voice in our area for nearly seven years.   It’s a true labor of love for freedom of speech.  We have attempted to offer, and have […]

Why MainStreet’s Viral ‘$10,000 To Leave The Bay Area’ Offer Will Only Hurt The Region

Why MainStreet’s Viral ‘$10,000 To Leave The Bay Area’ Offer Will Only Hurt The Region

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Now, a company is paying workers NOT to work in San Fran.  What I do not understand is why the company stays in the toilet bowl of California. “Silicon Valley startup ‘MainStreet’ made headlines this week with its offer of paying $10,000 for people to move out […]

Leaving California: These places will pay you to move there

Leaving California: These places will pay you to move there

By PATRICK MAY | Orange County Register It’s the talk of the town these days: With a booming job market pushing real-estate prices through the roof, jamming freeways and making the most quotidian of tasks seem downright wearisome, a lot of California residents are either heading for the exits or are already gone. Consider the San Jose […]

35 Reasons Why You Should Move Away From California

35 Reasons Why You Should Move Away From California

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views The only thing obviously wrong about this article is that they could only come up with 33 reasons to leave the Socialist State of California.  I believe it is former Assemblyman Chuck DeVore, now a Texas resident who said, California has four seasons.  1) fire  2) […]

Exodus

Exodus

  By Richard Colman Leaving one place for another is not new.  About 3,000 years ago, the Jewish people left slavery in Egypt and set forth for the Promised Land.  A book of the Bible is named “Exodus.” There have been other exoduses.  Over last several centuries, millions of people left religious persecution and economic […]

Too much sitting may thin the part of your brain that’s important for memory, study suggests

Too much sitting may thin the part of your brain that’s important for memory, study suggests

If you want to take a good stroll down memory lane, new research suggests you’d better get out of that chair more often. In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers have found that in people middle-aged and older, a brain structure that is key to learning and memory is plumpest in those who spend the most time […]

New Local Business Helps Seniors, Families Through Transitions

New Local Business Helps Seniors, Families Through Transitions

When Kevin Hatcher lost three loved ones around the same time, he was inspired to do two things – spend more time with his family and create a local resource for people facing a life transition. Now he’s pleased to announce he’s doing both of those things with his new business, Caring Transitions of Ventura […]

Productive Californians Migrating Overwhelmingly to Red States

Productive Californians Migrating Overwhelmingly to Red States

By Jon Coupal Human beings prefer freedom to collectivism and tyranny. Only those in complete denial disregard the negative consequences of policies that suppress liberty. Consider North Korea versus South Korea. And recall that in Berlin during the Cold War era, people weren’t shot trying to go from West to East – not that anyone […]