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Finally, the Supreme Court is taking up gun rights again

Finally, the Supreme Court is taking up gun rights again

    By?JAMES PHILLIPS AND JOHN YOO Editor’s Note: We don’t ordinarily applaud LA Times editorials,. but here’s one we can get behind … On Tuesday, the Supreme Court granted?review?of a case involving the constitutional right to keep and bear arms. The case challenges a New York City? law that prohibits transporting handguns, even licensed […]

The Media Marginalization of Crime Victims

The Media Marginalization of Crime Victims

. . .. By Michele Hanisee . We have noted multiple times how the California Legislature, in pursuit of “criminal justice reform,” has repeatedly ignored the victims of crime and instead focused compassion on criminal defendants. However, it is not just the Legislature that has marginalized crime victims. The media has contributed as well. One […]

When Government says they’re doing it for the ‘Greater Good’ – Watch Out | Wildlife Project is a Theft of Property Rights

When Government says they’re doing it for the ‘Greater Good’ – Watch Out |  Wildlife Project is a Theft of Property Rights

    By Debra Tash In the Moorpark Acorn, January 11th 2019 edition,??Hector Gonzalez wrote a piece with a headline that veered close to a Marxist mantra,?Finding the Line Between Public Good, Private Property.? In it there were four interviewees, the planner Kim Uhlich, who is in charge of Ventura County’s?Proposed Habitat Connectivity and Wildlife […]

Pelosi and Schumer –Treason?

Pelosi and Schumer  –Treason?

. . by Naomi Fisher Many Democrats in Congress express favoring open borders. WE – The People, the U.S. Citizens, do NOT want open borders!! We want our Nation to remain INTACT! The United States of America!! We do NOT want our Nation being flooded with immigrants and having to face and try to cope […]

Port Hueneme | Why hasn’t the City done __________?

Port Hueneme | Why hasn’t the City done __________?

By Tom Dunn When I first got involved with the city three years ago the above statement was what I heard most from Port Hueneme residents.? Going back 10 years and up till 2017 the city staff and city council did not always have the best interest of its residents as their major focus.? As […]

A Common Sense Public Safety Blueprint for Gov. Gavin Newsom

A Common Sense Public Safety Blueprint for Gov. Gavin Newsom

. . .. By Michele Hanisee . Governor Gavin Newsom enters office with a liberal resume and promises to fulfill a progressive agenda. But this doesn’t condemn the Governor to stumbling down the dangerous path that his predecessor carved out. This path is littered with a series of public safety experiments that former Gov. Jerry […]

An Open Letter to Nancy Pelosi ?| Are you proud of yourself, Nancy? ?

An Open Letter to Nancy Pelosi ?| Are you proud of yourself, Nancy? ?

. . by Naomi Fisher It must be a real high to have such power you can destroy the workings of Congress and therefore the Administrative Branch of our Federal Government. How does it feel, that power? Is it so great you can dismiss the fact you are a danger to our Country? Is it […]

ALERT: How to Opt Out of the “Clean Power Alliance” Which Will Otherwise be Forced Upon You Shortly

ALERT: How to Opt Out of the “Clean Power Alliance” Which Will Otherwise be Forced Upon You Shortly

  By George Miller   Californians: chances are your electric bill will go up- way up- in the future, not just because fuel prices, regulatory and other costs are going up, but because government has enacted still another program. What Is It? I had heard of the Clean Power Alliance?(CPA) a while back. Authorized under […]

Rebuked repeatedly by the Supreme Court, Brown sues to prevent voters from following suit

Rebuked repeatedly by the Supreme Court, Brown sues to prevent voters from following suit

. . .. By Michele Hanisee . Governor Brown, having been rebuked multiple times in the past month by the California Supreme Court for “abuse of power” in issuing pardons and commutations, has now resorted to a lawsuit aiming to prevent voters from enacting common sense fixes to his badly flawed Proposition 57. The soon […]

Happy New Year from Citizens Journal

Happy New Year from Citizens Journal

By Debra Tash, Editor and George Miller, Publisher We wish you a happy, healthy and successful 2019. Our staff and contributors have had the pleasure of offering you a publication unique to the region.? We think it’s accurate to say that we offer some useful and insightful content not available from any other county publication, […]

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