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Let’s make headlines

By   /  June 27, 2013  /  Candidates, News  /  Comments Off

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When I first moved to California as a child, I saw this state as a cradle for my hopes and dreams. I know millions of others felt the same way—that’s why California was once a magnet for new jobs, blossoming families, and bold ambitions.Yet, over the past couple of decades, I have watched the bright […]

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FOOD TRUCKS: Festival spotlights effort to change regulations

By   /  June 25, 2013  /  Riverside Co  /  Comments Off

Timothy Guy, one half of the PE’s gastronomically adventurous “Food Guys” duo, blogged about the variety of food trucks scheduled to appear at a festival next Tuesday, June 25, outside the County Administrative Center in Riverside. The festival is not just an excuse to cheat on your diet. It’s an effort by Riverside County Supervisor […]

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He pulled out a knife and went to business

By   /  June 23, 2013  /  News, Riverside Co  /  Comments Off

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A 53-year-old Wildomar Man, was involved in an argument on the shoulder of Cottonwood Canyon Road with an acquaintance of his, Richard Mount age 54 of nearby unincorporated Menifee. During the argument Mount produced a knife and stabbed the victim numerous times in the chest and left arm. Mount then fled the scene. The victim […]

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Reprieve for CPRA as Legislature, Gov. Brown accept budget bill- FIRST AMENDMENT COALITION

By   /  June 22, 2013  /  News, Opinion  /  1 Comment

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  It’s official!  The Public Records Act will be restored when Gov. Brown signs the Budget Bill into law. The fate of the CPRA unfolded  this week as public and media criticism grew over the Legislature’s adoption of a section of the Budget Bill that allowed local governments to opt out of key provisions in the […]

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Riverside Gang Unit Rounds up 9

By   /  June 21, 2013  /  Cabazon, Riverside Co  /  Comments Off

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On June 20, 2013, members from the Riverside County Regional Gang Task Force conducted a gang saturation operation in the San Gorgonio Pass area in Riverside County, California. Officers conducted high visibility saturation patrol in areas frequented by local gang members. Officers also conducted approximately 15 predetermined probation and parole compliance checks targeting documented gang […]

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Assembly reverses course on open records limits – latimes.com

By   /  June 20, 2013  /  News, San Bernardino Co  /  Comments Off

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SACRAMENTO — Assembly Speaker John A. Pérez (D-Los Angeles) said his house would take up an amended version of a major budget bill on Thursday without the proposed limits on public access to open records. If the measure passes the Assembly and Senate, Gov. Jerry Brown would essentially be left with a choice: signing a […]

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The Brown Act means what it says – latimes.com

By   /  June 15, 2013  /  Opinion  /  Comments Off

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This editorial applies to our Local Municipal Governments as well….. The best way to deal with slower learners is often patient repetition of a lesson. It seldom does much good to shout at them or to embarrass them for taking so long to pick up on what others understand quickly and easily. And so for […]

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Board of supervisors approve creation of two MACs | Lucerne Valley Leader

By   /  June 8, 2013  /  Johnson Valley, Lucerne Valley, San Bernardino Co  /  Comments Off

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SAN BERNARDINO — The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors today (June 4) voted to approve the creation of two new Municipal Advisory Committees. One MAC will include the communities of Lucerne Valley and Johnson Valley. The other will include the communities within the Morongo Basin. According to a county press release, these are two […]

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Civil liberties: American freedom on the line

By   /  June 8, 2013  /  Opinion  /  Comments Off

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I enjoyed this little ditty from our Cousins across the Big Pond. From the land that brought us George Orwell himself: Civil liberties: American freedom on the line A few months before he was first elected president in 2008, Barack Obama made a calculation that dismayed many of his ardent supporters but which he judged […]

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DOJ Fights Release of Court Opinion Finding Unconstitutional Surveillance | Mother Jones

By   /  June 8, 2013  /  News, Opinion  /  Comments Off

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In the midst of revelations that the government has conducted extensive top-secret surveillance operations to collect domestic phone records and internet communications, the Justice Department was due to file a court motion Friday in its effort to keep secret an 86-page court opinion that determined that the government had violated the spirit of federal surveillance […]

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AB642 Makes Dead Tree Newspapers Obsolete!

By   /  June 4, 2013  /  News  /  Comments Off

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California Legal Notice Bill Gets It Right. AB 642 Allows Online News Organizations To Compete With Printed Newspapers for Public Notices. California Assemblyman Anthony Rendon may be new to his position, but he could teach a lot to , more experienced legislators about proposing an online public notice bill that makes sense. If the definition […]

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Ask Your Baby Girls

By   /  May 31, 2013  /  Riverside Co  /  Comments Off

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On May 28, 2013, Todd Mitchell Edwards, age 49 of Murrieta, was arrested for sexual battery upon two teenage females in the Menifee area. After an extensive investigation by Menifee Police investigators, it was determined Edwards committed the sexual assaults in November 2006 and February 2012. The investigation revealed the suspect was known by the […]

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Sorry Global Warmists, But Extreme Weather Events Are Becoming Less Extreme

By   /  May 30, 2013  /  Opinion  /  8 Comments

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  Just about every type of extreme weather event is becoming less frequent and less severe in recent years as our planet continues its modest warming in the wake of the Little Ice Age. While global warming activists attempt to spin a narrative of ever-worsening weather, the objective facts tell a completely different story, says […]

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Ecko makes a Bust

By   /  May 29, 2013  /  Mohave Co  /  Comments Off

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Mohave County Sheriff’s K9 Unit responded Tuesday (5/28) evening to assist officers from Arizona Department of Public Safety. Approximately 8:20 p.m., the K9 unit was dispatched to assist DPS with a traffic stop on Interstate 40, near milepost 45. Upon arrival, the K9 Handler deployed his K9 named Ecko to conduct a sniff of a […]

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