Jan 15, 2014
San Bernardino County Sun
Pioneer Days celebrates San Bernardinoa s Wild West heritage
For the most part, people who live in and around San Bernardino have heard the stories of the city's early years - the wild and wooly days of outlaws, horse thieves, land speculators and the notorious “Red Light Distict.” But San Bernardino's colorful heritage also included a law-abiding side, the Mormon settlers, pioneers and ... (more)
Is California Ready to Raise Its Vehicle License Fee?
Every state has its "third rail" that politicians are afraid to touch. When I began my advocacy career in New Jersey in 2004, politicians were deathly afraid of raising any tax after Democratic Governor Jim Florio was ousted in the solidly blue state because of tax increases he pushed through.
Diane Dimond: Celebrate Lower Police Mortality Rate by Stopping to Thank a Cop
Not since the days when Wyatt Earp worked the Wild West wearing a badge and a gun has there been such good news for law enforcement.
Victorville Daily Press
The wrong way to fix potholes
Avideo posted on YouTube by the California Alliance for Jobs warns of the Golden State's "looming transportation fiscal cliff."
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Proposed ballot measure would more than double 'car tax'
California motorists' vehicle license fee would more than double under a proposed November 2014 ballot measure to raise an estimated $3 billion a year for the state's ailing road system.