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Report from the Jeff Sessions / John Kelly Friday Press Conference at the San Diego Border

Report from the Jeff Sessions / John Kelly Friday Press Conference at the San Diego Border

By Jeff Schwilk   .  Two other Patriot leaders in San Diego County (Steve Hasty, leader of Tri-City Tea Party and Amy Sutton, leader of San Diego Patriots) and I were invited to attend the Attorney General / DHS press conference at the Otay Mesa border fence Friday afternoon (4-21-17) near the Brown Field Border […]

Killer New Regulations On Loans Hurt Women, Blacks The Most

Killer New Regulations On Loans Hurt Women, Blacks The Most

A new report Monday shows many Americans will be negatively effected by new regulations imposed on lending by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). The financial area most effected by these new rules is payday lending, symptoms according to the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI). Payday loans are short-term loans made to individuals through banks, lending […]

UPDATED: Presidential Debate Coverage at the Reagan Library: 9-16-2015

UPDATED: Presidential Debate Coverage at the Reagan Library: 9-16-2015

By Citizens Journal Event Team- Debra Tash, George Miller,  Marc Langsam Check back for updates from the Spin Room – We are onsite and will be reporting a blow by blow. George Miller and Marc Langsam are at Reagan Library most of the day and evening. Editor-in-Chief Debra Tash will be researching, editing and publishing. We […]

CA Controller’s June Cash Report Shows Another Surge to End 2014-15 Fiscal Year

CA Controller’s June Cash Report Shows Another Surge to End 2014-15 Fiscal Year

California ended the fiscal year with another unexpected revenue surge in June, with total General Fund receipts surpassing the Governor’s May estimates by $859.4 million, according to State Controller Betty T. Yee’s monthly report of California’s cash balance, receipts, and disbursements published today. For the second year in a row, the General Fund ended with […]

Obama Administration Falls Behind in Cybersecurity

Obama Administration Falls Behind in Cybersecurity

Editor’s Note: Perhaps those in government should have heeded a June Senate report on Cybersecurity.  With the recent hacking into the Sony computer system are US companies and consumers really safe on the internet?  Here is the June 11th 2014 Senate Policy Committee report.  You decide. Late last month, the Government Accountability Office released its […]

Newtown Report: Mother, School ‘Appeased’ Lanza

Newtown Report: Mother, School ‘Appeased’ Lanza

Sandy Hook mass shooter Adam Lanza showed signs of severe mental illness throughout his life, online but both his parents and educators repeatedly missed opportunities to address them, according to a new follow-up report published Friday by Connecticut’s Office of Child Advocate. Lanza killed 20 children, six adults, and himself at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, […]

What actually happens at a DUI checkpoint and why- Part II

What actually happens at a DUI checkpoint and why- Part II

By George Miller In Part I, the Oxnard Police Department (OPD) 11/14-12 DUI (Driving Under the Influence) checkpoint event was described. OPD ran two checkpoints that night on Saviers Road and Victoria Blvd, making four arrests and issuing some citations, while spreading the message not to drive “Under the Influence.” Part II goes into some […]

What really happens at a DUI checkpoint and why?- Part I

What really happens at a DUI checkpoint and why?- Part I

By George Miller We’ve heard all sorts of comments- pro and con- on DUI (“Driving Under the Influence”) checkpoints. Law enforcement, most politicians, and anti-drunk driving groups LOVE them. Civil Libertarians, minority rights groups and constitutionalists sometimes HATE them. Citizensjournal.us was invited by the Oxnard Police Dept. (OPD) to monitor a checkpoint. In Part I, […]

Salsa Festival is on!

By George Miller When I heard the Salsa Festival was at compact Plaza Park in downtown Oxnard, I was thinking it would be a fairly small affair. So, when we came walking East on Fifth Street, we were unprepared for the huge, bustling event it has become. Booths, tents, large salsa sampling tent, bandstands, dance […]

Oxnard state of the city address by Mayor Tim Flynn

Oxnard state of the city address by Mayor Tim Flynn

3-19-14 This video is from Dan Pinedo’s youtube channel. Dan is an Oxnard civic activist.

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