Archive for September 21st, 2015

Lou Desmond

Monday, September 21, 2015 – 05:00 p.m.

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

First on the show tonight, Beth Baumann, writer for Politichicks, joins the show to give the inside story on Scott Walker’s withdrawal from the presidential race. Then Estimable Economist Jay Prag joins the program. He and Lou take some lessons from sports and apply them to business.

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CNN Politics: Poll: Clinton’s lead over Sanders grows

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By Eric Bradner, CNN
Monday, September 21, 2015 | Updated 8:21 AM ET

Hillary Clinton bouncing back in new poll
  • Hillary Clinton’s lead in the Democratic primary has expanded to 18 percentage points nationally
  • If Joe Biden doesn’t enter the race, Clinton’s lead would grow to nearly 2-to-1 over Bernie Sanders

Washington (CNN) — Hillary Clinton’s lead in the Democratic presidential primary race has grown — and if Vice President Joe Biden decides to stay out of the race, her numbers would rise even higher, a new CNN/ORC poll shows.

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GOP

By Cathleen Decker
September 20, 2015

The Republican presidential campaign came to California en masse last week for the debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, and when it ended the candidates largely beat it for more productive environs.

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Calpensions: New CalPERS dispute over private equity fees

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By Ed Mendel
September 21, 2015

After the CalPERS staff gave the board a correction last week for providing misinformation about private equity fees, the board member who has been grilling staff on the issue walked out of a private staff meeting because he was not allowed to record it.

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By John Wagner
September 20, 2015 at 8:17 PM

DURHAM, N.H. — Presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders drew an estimated 3,000 people to a boisterous rally here Sunday night at the University of New Hampshire, about five times as many people as Democratic rival Hillary Rodham Clinton attracted to an event two days ago at the same campus.

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