Archive for August 5th, 2015

Lou Desmond

Wednesday, August 5, 2015 – 05:00 p.m.

The Lou Desmond and Company Show is broadcasting from the Toyota of San Bernardino Recording Studios!

Tonight on the show, Cliff Cummings, proprietor of Toyota of San Bernardino, and Lou talk about a plan to put seven supervisors in counties with more than 2 million people. Good idea, bad idea?

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InlandPolitics: Plot thickens in never ending Clinton saga

Riden with Biden

Wednesday, August 5, 2016 – 08:45 a.m.

Trouble, or at the least the perception of trouble, continues to build over the campaign of Hillary Rodham Clinton (D).

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InlandPolitics: GOP Debate: It’s all about Trump

Donald Trump

Tuesday, August 5, 2015 – 08:15 a.m.

With the GOP debate field now set. It’s the Donald Trump show.

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InlandPolitics: Legal story update in The Sun

Scales of Justice

Tuesday, August 5, 2015 – 08:00 a.m.

There’s an update legal story of public interest in the Wednesday edition of The Sun.

Here’s the link.

Melissa Francis

Fox Business Network’s Melissa Francis will be the featured speaker at the sixth annual Inland Empire Economic Forecast Conference, Sept. 24 at Citizens Business Bank Arena.

Published: Aug. 4, 2015 – 12:15 p.m.

Fox Business Network’s Melissa Francis will be the featured speaker at the sixth annual Inland Empire Economic Forecast Conference.

To read expanded brief by Fielding Buck in The Press-Enterprise, click here.

Dan Walters

Dan Walters
By Dan Walters
dwalters@sacbee.com
August 4, 2015

  • Squeeze play changed the California primary
  • Top vote-getters now face each other
  • It’s had moderating effect, but isn’t a cure-all

California’s “top-two” primary election system emerged from one of the oddest events in the state’s political history.

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Jon Ortiz

The State Worker
By Jon Ortiz
jortiz@sacbee.com
August 4, 2015

  • CEO Anne Stausboll says ‘imprecise’ proposed ballot measure makes analysis difficult
  • Plan would close traditional benefit plans to new members, create ‘huge’ challenges
  • Proponent says CalPERS is ‘lying’ to maintain a ‘failed’ pension system

A proposed ballot measure that would make future pension benefits subject to voter approval is fraught with legal and administrative peril, according to a letter from CalPERS’ chief executive officer, eliciting a response from one of the measure’s proponents that the assessment is a “lie.”

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