Archive for October 9th, 2012

InlandPolitics: Liar, Liar, pants on fire……..

Tuesday, October 9, 2012 – 09:00 p.m.

Liar, liar, pants on fire…..

The new Team Obama strategy deployed this week after a stellar performance by Former Massachusetts Mitt Romney, the Republican Nominee for President of the United States.

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Supervisor Bob Buster left. Assemblyman Kevin Jeffries right.

Published: 08 October 2012 – 09:37 PM

The two men running for Riverside County supervisor touted their accomplishments while attacking each other’s records and clashing on issues such as a solar fee during a forum Monday, Oct. 8.

To read story by Jeff Horseman in The Press Enterprise, click here.

Joe Nelson, Staff Writer
Posted: 10/08/2012 09:09:50 PM PDT

Sam Clauder was gaining momentum in 2009 as a mover and shaker in San Bernardino County politics, aligning himself with the Democratic Central Committee and landing a job as an aide to Rep. Joe Baca.

Then, a child pornography rap in March of that year ended it all.

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Andrew Edwards, Staff Writer
Posted: 10/08/2012 04:29:32 PM PDT
Updated: 10/08/2012 05:12:25 PM PDT

The Inland Empire’s economic output appears to be growing, but forecasters expect double-digit unemployment to persist through 2014.

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Capitol Alert
The latest on California politics and government
October 8, 2012

A day after Molly Munger said she would air television ads pinpointing flaws in Gov. Jerry Brown’s tax initiative, a coalition of educators, politicians and labor leaders called on the wealthy attorney to “re-think this destructive course of action.”

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By Mark Glover and Kevin Yamamura
mglover@sacbee.com
Published: Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012 – 12:00 am | Page 1A
Last Modified: Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012 – 7:38 am

With gas prices hovering near $5 a gallon in California, the state’s politicians are simultaneously pressing for relief and questioning whether the oil industry is manipulating the market.

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