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If Smart People Don’t Vote…

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Today, we have the opportunity to make some changes in the way our local, state and federal governments are run. Like 3 million registered Republicans in the 2012 presidential election, you may be tempted to stay home from the polls today. Don’t. This is a critical election for the state …

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Vote for the Better Candidate – Not the Perfect One

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We are one week away from Election Day 2014, a day on which many Americans will not choose to participate in the electoral process – not because they don’t hold political opinions, but because they don’t understand how important it is to elect congressional representatives and governors who share their …

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Working Together for Upland

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Although the city has met its operational budget through these difficult years, our financial safety net and budget reserves disappeared in doing so, putting Upland in a financial crisis. In early 2014, various members of the community were called upon and agreed to serve on a fiscal Task Force of …

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Time for a Travel Ban

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We are nearing the one-month milestone of the American public’s awareness of the Ebola crisis, and already many are proclaiming that they suffer from an entirely different malady: Ebola Fatigue Syndrome. Most of us are tired of hearing about Ebola, talking about Ebola and reading about Ebola, myself included. Regardless, …

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Political Parents in an Apolitical World

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As listeners of my weekly radio show know, I regularly encourage parents to talk about politics with their children. Not at a granular level, of course; I don’t expect most 10-year-olds to keep track of how many seats the Republicans need to take control of the Senate, nor do I …

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Ebola in a “Global World”

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For the past week, it’s been nearly impossible to get through the day without hearing about the Ebola virus. Even uninformed members of the public – you know, the people who are more concerned about what’s going on at Dodger Stadium than the White House – have been inundated with …

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