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Together We Will Do Better!

By   /  November 7, 2012  /  Opinion  /  8 Comments

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Dear Voters, Thank you 29 voters! I did not receive the endorsement of the paper or the radio, but as I stated, it was the people’s endorsement that I sought. I am thankful that you did endorse me, and I am willing to work with you to make 29 a better community.  The next few weeks, I will try to […]

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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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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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Celebrating Great Republicans: Martin Luther King Jr.

By   /  January 17, 2011  /  General Posts  /  Comments Off

Martin Luther King, Jr., (January 15, 1929-April 4, 1968) was born Michael Luther King, Jr., but later had his name changed to Martin. His grandfather began the family’s long tenure as pastors of the Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, serving from 1914 to 1931; his father has served from then until the present, and from […]

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Hoops Sworn in by CoRene Bland

By   /  January 3, 2011  /  News  /  Comments Off

San Bernardino, Ca– On Monday, January 3, 2011, the widow of former Sheriff Frank Bland, CoRene Bland, and long-time Reserve Deputy Bill Betterley, administered the oath of office to Sheriff Rod Hoops in the rotunda of the County Government Center. Sheriff Hoops shared with those in attendance that CoRene Bland had brought with her the […]

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What the Election Means

By   /  December 28, 2010  /  Opinion  /  Comments Off

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NCPA.org — As Newsweek declared on its cover in February 2009, “We Are All Socialists Now.”  Under President Obama, federal spending has increased 25 percent, the national debt has swelled to almost $15 trillion and health care reform will control 17 percent of the U.S. economy, says Pete du Pont, chairman of the board of […]

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Getting Down to Work for the People

By   /  December 10, 2010  /  News, San Bernardino Co  /  Comments Off

Representing the People at the State Capitol On Monday, I was honored to take the oath of the office for the second time to represent the people of the 34th Assembly District at the Capitol.  I also began my role as Assembly Republican Leader.  The swearing-in ceremony was a reminder that the ultimate power in California […]

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League of Cities Training: What is a City Attorney

By   /  December 7, 2010  /  29 Palms, General Posts, Yucca Valley  /  Comments Off

The city attorney is a valuable resource to a mayor and city council.  In order to facilitate effective communication between the city council and the city attorney, it is helpful to understand a city’s options in obtaining legal services and what the city attorney’s job entails. This paper is designed to provide mayors and city […]

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It was 2 days in and Back room deals begin

By   /  November 30, 2010  /  29 Palms, Opinion  /  Comments Off

Twentynine Palms, Ca– Well we couldn’t get two days out of the election cycle and Jerry Jay was on to mischief. Now that Jerry Jay will soon be crowned Royal Councilor of the Kingdom of Corbin he has one or two acts to do as the crown prince of GPAC . The Desert Trial reported, […]

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San Diego Mayor Talks about eliminating city pensions

By   /  November 19, 2010  /  News  /  Comments Off

Sanders proposes eliminating city pensions – SignOnSanDiego.com If San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders has his way, the pensions that city workers collect — and which led to much public angst over the past decade — will no longer exist for most new hires. Sanders said Friday he’ll gather signatures to put a measure before voters […]

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Feds send poll watchers amid voter fraud fears

By   /  November 2, 2010  /  General Posts, News  /  Comments Off

California Watch, Chase Davis, Nov. 2, 2010,  RIVERSIDE COUNTY -  The U.S. Department of Justice will be sending sending poll watchers to Alameda and Riverside counties today to ensure California’s long-awaited Election Day goes smoothly – a routine move in a decidedly not-routine election year already replete with allegations of voter fraud. Voter intimidation has […]

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You call that Transparent?

By   /  October 13, 2010  /  Candidates, Opinion, Yucca Valley  /  1 Comment

Just by hearing a less than 30 second ad over and over again or seeing a sign with only a name and title on it doesn’t make you transparent. For those of you who do not know what I stand for ask me. I urge you to call me, stop by, or browse my website. Journalists […]

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