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Republicans Targeted For Assassination

Republicans Targeted For Assassination

    By Deborah Baber Savalla What were you doing yesterday morning, June 14, 2017 at 6:30 AM? Were you at the gym? Were you taking a morning walk? Are you a KNOWN REPUBLICAN? Were you attending an early morning baseball practice in preparation for a game that has been played for over 100 years! No? […]

Remarks by President Trump at Signing of Executive Order to Create Energy Independence

Remarks by President Trump at Signing of Executive Order to Create Energy Independence

The White House — Office of the Press Secretary Environmental Protection Agency Headquarters Washington, D.C. 2:14 P.M. EDT 3/28/17 THE PRESIDENT:  Thank you.  (Applause.)  Thank you very much.  I guess they like what we’re about to sign.  I knew they were going to like this one.  Well, thank you very much.  I very much appreciate it.  And […]

Ventura School Board President comments on the departure of Superintendent Michael Babb

Ventura School Board President comments  on the departure of Superintendent Michael Babb

By George Miller The recent firing of Ventura Unified School District Superintendent Michael Babb caused quite a stir.  However, as Board President Velma Lomax conveyed to CitizensJournal.us, this is not something that came out of the blue. She told us that “it is no secret that the board was working with him on his communication and […]

Trump’s Foreign Policy: Obama’s Third Term, Bush’s Fifth

Trump’s Foreign Policy: Obama’s Third Term, Bush’s Fifth

, By Thomas L. Knapp “Let me begin by saying that although this has been billed as an anti-war rally, I stand before you as someone who is not opposed to war in all circumstances,” Illinois State Senator Barack Obama said in 2002. Later in the same speech: “What I am opposed to is a […]

The First 100 Days:  Trump Briefs:  Jan. 30-Feb. 2, 2017 (Week 2)

The First 100 Days:  Trump Briefs:  Jan. 30-Feb. 2, 2017 (Week 2)

By Michael Hernandez Friday, Jan. 27th (Day 8): Gingrich:  ‘These aren’t reporters—these are propagandists’ Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich took aim on the media for its extensive coverage of last week’s women’s march on Washington, while ignoring the March for Life Friday on the Fox News Channel. “All across America, people of faith, people who […]

Trump: Just the Newest Leader of an Old Cult

Trump: Just the Newest Leader of an Old Cult

. By Thomas L. Knapp In his first week as president of the United States, Donald Trump issued a flurry of executive orders on a number of subjects. Some of those orders, such as his withdrawal of presidential recommendation of the Trans-Pacific Partnership treaty (presidents propose treaties, the Senate ratifies them) and a hiring freeze […]

Trump Briefs:  Jan. 23-29: Week 1

Trump Briefs:  Jan. 23-29: Week 1

By Michael Hernandez  Associated Press reports that President Obama gave $221 million to Palestinians on Friday: According to the Associated Press, a State Department official and several congressional aides say the outgoing administration formally  notified Congress it would spend the money Friday morning just before Donald Trump became president. More than $227 million in foreign […]

The First 100 Days In Review:  Days 1-3

The First 100 Days In Review:  Days 1-3

By Michael Hernandez Inaugural Speech: WASHINGTON, D.C.—It was a day of hope for the hundreds of thousands of Donald J. Trump supporters who voted in the last election to see a transfer of power “from Washington, D.C.” to “the American people.” In the words of the 45th President, “This is your day.  This is your […]

America First

America First

    By Leo G. Alvarez President Trump’s inaugural speech was probably not given a title by its author.  It obviously evolved, as do all speeches, first in thought then in words, then in edits.  And it is well that it did. It was made clear that there is great need to change the status […]

Welcome to Our World

Welcome to Our World

. By Michael Greer Senator Diane Feinstein said, “The country is overwhelmed with fear.” Well, if that were true, Senator,  Trump wouldn’t be President-elect, would he?  But, I understand, I really do.  We Conservatives know exactly how you feel.  We were just as fearful when Obama was elected.  But we didn’t have the media, academia, […]