Wednesday , April 17 2024

Political Whispers

New Ethics Allegations against District Attorney

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The election for District Attorney is one of the hot races to watch this June, if for no other reason than because of the history of the two candidates. Incumbent Mike Ramos is seeking his fourth term as San Bernardino County’s District Attorney. He is being challenged by 30 year …

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California Governor’s Race Entertaining

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California politics has become less and less interesting over the past decade as Democrats have increased their stranglehold on state government over that time.  The only real question in California is whether or not Democrats can maintain a two-thirds majority in both the State Assembly and State Senate to insure …

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Immigration Reform Dead?

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The diminishing rancor surrounding immigration reform in our Nation’s Capital appears to portend the death of the issue once again. While some Democrats and a small number of activists intend to keep the issue alive, the matter has been pushed to the back burner, if not off the stove altogether. …

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Silliness in District Attorney’s Race

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For a second week in a row, the headlines in the race for San Bernardino County District Attorney have been focused on non-issue matters. District Attorney Mike Ramos’ campaign appears fixated on campaign donors and ballot statement technicalities of opponent, Deputy District Attorney Grover Merritt. Last week, we took a …

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Did District Attorney Cross the Line?

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The reelection campaign for San Bernardino County District Attorney Mike Ramos appears to be off to a rough beginning. Ramos has drawn a formidable opponent from within his own department, Deputy District Attorney Grover Merritt. Merritt is a highly experienced Deputy DA, who, for many years, was the lead attorney …

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County Races Shape Up

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For those of us who thought that this year’s races for County elected offices would be ho hum, boy were we wrong. Every race for County office is being contested; something that just a few weeks ago looked unlikely. In the Board of Supervisors races there are two seats up …

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