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SB: Recall opponents should rethink residency question

By   /  June 2, 2013  /  News, San Bernardino Co  /  Comments Off

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San Bernardino is political cesspool. Ten (10) public and elected officials are being simultaneously recalled. Why? Corruption, abuse of powers, arrogance, officials thinking they are above the law, lack of transparency, blatant lies and distortions, mixed priorities, self-serving agendas, trashing public input, spend hundreds of millions of dollars, tens of millions of dollars or hundreds of thousand […]

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Tick Tock… Tick Tock….. Throwing a wrench into the works….

By   /  May 23, 2012  /  29 Palms, Project Phoenix  /  7 Comments

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I had pretty much thought that last night would turn out as it did but was pleasantly surprised to hear about Jay Corbin’s vote against the grain. That took some real leadership and I applaud him for being an independent thinker that has evidently thought this whole sordid business out. In doing so he has […]

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Enterprise Zones Equal Area Jobs

By   /  June 6, 2011  /  Opinion  /  2 Comments

A Guest Editorial by Assemblyman Paul Cook Sacramento, CA– Governor Jerry Brown’s latest budget proposal will punish hard-working Californians, especially small business owners trying to get by in a struggling economy.  His proposal to “reform” Enterprise Zones is one such element.  It raises taxes on businesses under the false banner of reform, and that is […]

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29 Palms RDA Not Much To Show For The Dough

By   /  February 14, 2011  /  News  /  6 Comments

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In 1945 the California Community Redevelopment act was enacted to help cities fight urban blight and in 1951 Tax Increment Funding was enacted to help cities raise funds to match the federal funds. Its purpose was to make the Redevelopment Agencies (RDA) self-funding. In 1975, another law the “set aside” law required RDAs to set […]

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Johnson Valley: Inadequate military boundary signs near live fire take advantage of OHV families

By   /  February 8, 2011  /  News  /  Comments Off

“Signage is not too much to ask for especially when live fire activities are planned for the area.” Last Friday I sat as an observer in federal court and watched 38 persons plead guilty to trespassing on government property even though there was inadequate signage to assist in identifying the boundary of said restricted land. […]

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State of the State: Top Priorities Must Be Job Creation and Government Reform

By   /  February 4, 2011  /  Opinion  /  4 Comments

SACRAMENTO, CA– This week, Governor Brown set forward his ideas for tackling California’s budget problems in his eighth State of the State address. While Assembly Republicans offer our hand of cooperation, there’s no doubt we have a different path to solve the state’s fiscal crisis. There is zero voter appetite for tax hikes.  Beyond that, […]

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Let’s Use Our Heads

By   /  January 31, 2011  /  News  /  2 Comments

Today rioting in Egypt disrupts world markets and drives oil prices ever higher. Will it be Pakistan whose problems pummel us tomorrow? We don’t know the answer to that but we must surly know that Feinstein’s bill could not have come at a worse time? Americans can no longer make their house payments. State and […]

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Ruling on Injunctions is a plus for ORV Crowd too

By   /  January 27, 2011  /  OHV Issues  /  Comments Off

The Off Road Community now has the opportunity with the below ruling and last weeks rulings to make a real dent in the Radical Environmental Agenda. We now have the tools to stop Phil Klasky in the Arena that is has heretofore the environmentalist have had a clear biased advantage. Appeals Court Rejects U.S. Request […]

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Martin thought he got away with it.

By   /  January 24, 2011  /  News, Riverside Co  /  Comments Off

On Saturday January 22, 2011, at about 10:00 PM, an officer from the Coachella Police Department was driving in a marked unit equipped with an Automated License Plate Reader (ALPR) near Grapefruit Blvd. and Avenue 52. This device can scan the license plates of vehicles and compare them automatically to wanted vehicle databases. The ALPR […]

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Washington’s obsession with land preservation threatens landowners, ranchers

By   /  January 23, 2011  /  OHV Issues, Opinion  /  Comments Off

From the pages of  The Billings Gazette this editorial : By RON POERTNER Just before Christmas with Congress in recess and the public on holiday, Interior Secretary Ken Salazar issued Secretarial Order 3310 that puts the creation of de facto wilderness areas back in the Bureau of Land Management’s preservation tool kit. Environmentalists love it; […]

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In Reality, We don’t kill our Politicians we revere them

By   /  January 23, 2011  /  General Posts, News, Opinion  /  Comments Off

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Reality Check. Serving as an elected official is one of the safest occupations in American life. Listed Below is American politicians that were assassinated since the Signing of the Constitution of the United States of America. No party or Unknown Federalist Democratic-Republican Democratic Whig Republican Other M Politician M Year died Office held when assassinated […]

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It just keeps breaking our way!!

By   /  January 22, 2011  /  News, OHV Issues  /  4 Comments

County in Utah wins title to R.S. 2477 roads | Christian Probasco | NewWest.Net By Christian Probasco A significant victory on road ownership for a southern Utah county could establish a precedent that could alter the way wilderness is designated in the West. The recognition of Kane County’s title to the historic “Skutumpah Road” in […]

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Rand Paul Petition

By   /  January 21, 2011  /  Opinion  /  15 Comments

Got this email and posting it without comment…. Dear Concerned American, They snickered when I said I came to the U.S. Senate to change Congress. But their laughter stopped when I sponsored the National Right to Work Act to free U.S. workers from forced unionization and break Big Labor’s multi-billion dollar political machine forever. President […]

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Hello, anyone..anyone H2

By   /  January 20, 2011  /  News  /  2 Comments

Clean Energy Can’t Compete The solar company Evergreen announced last week that it is shutting its Massachusetts plant and will lay off 800 workers.  That’s the same plant Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick had state taxpayers fund in 2007 to the tune of $58 million in grants, loans and land and tax incentives — one of […]

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