I consider myself extremely fortunate to have been introduced to, worked with and been counseled by Ruben Estrada. Almost one year ago to the day, Ruben left us after a long and tough battle with cancer. Ruben was incredibly stoic, strong and positive (at least when I was with him) …Read More »
A reason for hope
Even in seemingly the worst of times, there is reason for hope and Cliff Cummings is providing some of that in San Bernardino. Last week Mr. Cummings did something historic for one of the world’s most successful companies and one of America’s struggling cities. On the same day that he was celebrating the …Read More »
The continued pressure on businesses in California emanating from Sacramento will have disastrous effects on our economy and will particularly hurt the least educated and most vulnerable in our society. This will have the effect of causing more unemployment and more stress on our social services and result in the …Read More »
San Bernardino’s future looking brighter….
The City of San Bernardino has been racked with financial difficulty, political chaos, and divided government. The recent bankruptcy proceedings are evidence of a failed economy as much as failed policies. The failed policies that contributed to the economic failure were mostly set in place by elected and civic leaders …Read More »
Why This Website Matters
The Inland Empire is the Rodney Dangerfield area of Southern California. “We can’t get no respect.” In fact, our coastal cousins think so little of us that a Facebook page was recently created in Orange County called “Go Home 909ers.” The page was in reaction to a riot that broke …Read More »