Archive for April 27th, 2015

Monday, April 27, 2015 – 04:30 p.m.

Tonight on the show, Jay Prag joins Lou to talk about California’s economy. Riverside is setting strong economic goals and taking steps to plan for the future. Last week technology stocks closed at their highest. What dose that mean for the Inland Empire?

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By Joe Nelson, The Sun
Posted: 04/26/15 – 8:07 PM PDT |

The FBI just can’t seem to stay out of the Inland Empire.

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Raids in Beaumont carried out almost two years after similar action in Moreno Valley, where investigation is still ongoing.

It began with early-morning knocks at the homes of city officials and business offices as federal and local agents served search warrants as part of a public corruption investigation.

To read story by Imran Ghori in The Press-Enterprise, click here.

Dan Walters

Dan Walters
Observations on California and its politics
dwalters@sacbee.com
04/27/2015 12:01 AM

Some call them “tax expenditures,” while others use the more pejorative “tax loopholes.”

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Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton is photographed during a round-table discussion in Keene, N.H., on April 20. (Andrew Burton / Getty Images)

By Cathleen Decker
April 26, 2015

It is one of the oddities of this campaign season: In races for two of the most sought-after political offices in the country, two Democratic women are running virtually unchallenged, their tasks both boosted and complicated by the veneer of inevitability.

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Politico Magazine: Bill and Hillary’s Excellent Adventure

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For four years the Clintons roamed the world separately, she for the State Department, he for his foundation, talking the whole time. Does that add up to scandal?

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By Michael Hirsh
April 25, 2015

To get to the bottom of the latest incarnation of Clinton-gate, you’re going to have to get inside one of the most impenetrable marriages ever. Good luck with that.

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