Archive for June 1st, 2015

Lou Desmond

Monday, June 1, 2015 0 04:30 p.m.

Tonight on the Lou Desmond and Company Show: Lou is joined by Estimable Economist Jay Prag. San Bernardino filed their bankruptcy plan thirty minutes before the deadline that Judge Jury set. Also, Martin O’Malley announced his candidacy for the White House this weekend. Can he challenge Hillary’s ties to Wall Street?

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scales-of-justice

Monday, June 1, 2015 – 8:45 a.m.

In America, politics can and does infiltrate the justice system. It happens more than people realize.

Right now Orange County, California is front and center.

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InlandPolitics: Story of interest in The Sentinel

The Sentinel

Monday, June 1, 2015 – 09:00 a.m.

There’s an interesting article in The San Bernardino County Sentinel newspaper, published over the weekend.

To read the story by Mark Gutglueck in The Sentinel, click here.

Tony Rackauckas

DA Tony Rackuackas flanked by staffers Susan Kang Schroeder and Scott Simmons

By R. Scott Moxley
Mon. Jun. 1 2015 at 3:00 AM

All prayers inside the Orange County district attorney’s office (OCDA) that their 16-month jailhouse informant scandal would quietly disappear as just another empty, partisan controversy likely ended on May 31 thanks to veteran journalist Kevin D. Williamson, a frequent guest on Fox News, CNBC, MSNBC and NPR.

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National Review: When District Attorneys Attack

National Review

by Kevin D. Williamson
May 31, 2015 4:00 AM
@kevinNR

The GOP should turn its attention to prosecutorial misconduct.

As the old Vulcan proverb has it, “Only Nixon can go to China.” And only Nixon’s political heirs can fix the persistent — and terrifying — problems that continue to plague this country’s law-enforcement agencies and prosecutors’ offices.

Exhibit A: Orange County, California.

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city-of-riverside-seal

City voters will decide on dispensaries in Tuesday’s vote-by-mail election, but observers say the future may see changes in state rules.

Published: May 29, 2015 Updated: May 31, 2015 8:42 p.m.

Whether or not Riverside voters decide Tuesday, June 2, to allow medical marijuana dispensaries, observers on both sides agree that changes to marijuana regulations are coming.

To read story by Alicia Robinson in The Press-Enterprise, click here:

Upland seal

By Liset Marquez, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Posted: 05/31/15 – 8:08 PM PDT |

UPLAND >> Changes to the city’s guiding development plan have residents airing their disdain, as the prospect of more housing, population growth and their effect on resources looms.

They’re not happy.

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City of Industry

According to city records, two City of Industry voters are registered at the Hillside Southern Baptist Church. But a church member said no one lives at the church or in the trailer behind it. (Jenna Schoenefeld / Los Angeles Times)

By Frank Shyong, Paloma Esquivel and Soumya Karlamangla
May 31, 2015

With just days to go before ballots are counted, even the most keen-eyed visitor would be hard-pressed to know that the City of Industry is holding its first council election in 17 years.

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calpers

By Ed Mendel
June 1, 2015

CalPERS is considering small increases in employer and employee rates over decades to reduce the risk of big investment losses, a policy that also would lower an earnings forecast critics say is too optimistic.

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Orange County District Attorney

By Shaun King
Friday, May 29, 2015 at 11:26 AM PDT

Between San Diego and Los Angeles is Orange County, California. With more than 3 million residents, it’s larger than 21 states. If Orange County were a separate country, its economy would be the 45th largest in the world. Now known for Disneyland, the county may soon be known for having one of the most corrupt justice systems in the world. The width and depth and duration of the corruption truly boggles the mind. A case that should’ve been open and shut has blown the lid off some deep secrets.

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