Friday , May 24 2024

Political Whispers

Here we go again.

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The City of San Bernardino voted Thursday to place two city charter amendments on the November ballot. One measure would repeal Section 186 related to the establishment of procedures to set wage scales for Police Officers and Firefighters. The second measure would eliminate pay for fired employees while they appeal …

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World Explodes/President Fundraises

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A few weeks ago we covered the shrinking relevance of the Obama Presidency. Since that time, Malaysian Flight 17 carrying 298 souls was shot down over the Ukraine, Hamas began firing rockets into Israel from Gaza resulting in a full Israeli incursion that continue today, and the Islamic State of …

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Immigration Debate Heats Up

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No, this is not another opinion as to whether “comprehensive immigration reform” will be passed this year. While we thought that the defeat of Republican Majority Leader Eric Cantor in his reelection primary put the final nail in the coffin for this year, other immigration issues have now further embalmed …

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The Incredible, Shrinking President

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So, as with all Presidential second terms, President Obama is fading from relevance. It is inevitable and common for second term Presidents to become less popular and effective, Republican or Democrat. But, the decline of the Obama Presidency is setting new precedent for irrelevancy and unpopularity. Recent polling shows that …

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San Bernardino Airport Pipe Dream

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Walt Disney had an irrepressible imagination that led him to dream big, create his own animation studio, and ultimately design and build the world’s preeminent theme park s. Long after his passing, his vision continues to entertain billions of people, young and old. Even Michael Eisner’s leadership could not long …

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San Bernardino’s Future Rides on Bankruptcy Decision

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Elections, Recalls, Charter Amendments, Labor Negotiations, and Pension Reform are all ideas bandied about in the effort to right the financial ship of the City of San Bernardino. Grandiose promises are always made during elections. Never could they be more meaningless than when a city is heading into bankruptcy and …

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