The FBI Investigation

I’ve been reading the speculation on the blogs and social media.  I think a lot of stock is being put into this investigation.  Perhaps it is justified; perhaps it is not.  I’m not going to say as I really don’t know. But can I remind you all that the FBI has been here before and […]

FBI investigation verified

The fact that there is a serious FBI investigation going on into various aspects of San Bernardino County has been verified by several credible sources.  For that reason, some posts are being removed and the subject will be off limits for a while. This blog exists because of San Bernardino County corruption.  This month marks […]

Petition for Writ denied

According to a notification just received from the Fourth District Court of Appeal, the petition for Writ of Mandate filed to overturn Judge Smith’s ruling on the Johnson Motion was summarily denied by the court today.  The Colonies Four have been on a PR campaign in the months since the petition was filed suggesting the […]

Cops endorse Ramos but not Lovingood

The San Bernardino County Safety Employees’ Benefit Association (SEBA,) the union representing the county’s law enforcement officers, today encouraged residents of the Third Supervisorial District to re-elect Supervisor James Ramos. Ramos represents parts of the high desert including Barstow, Lucerne Valley, Yucca Valley, Landers, and Twenty-nine Palms. He also represents Big Bear Lake, Yucaipa, and Redlands.

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Success! Boozer gives notice – Updated

We are told that Fontana UnIfied School District Superintendent Leslie Boozer has given notice.  We are trying to conform details but preliminary reports indicate she is heading for a district up north.   Let’s hope it is an affluent district where her actions won’t be so detrimental. I am without regular Internet access so there […]

Commentary: Lovingood listens . . . well maybe not quite

San Bernardino County First District Supervisor Robert Lovingood had been on a whirlwind tour of the high desert in the past nine weeks. He is calling this series of events “Lovingood Listens.”

Lovingood claims these events are a continuation of what he has been doing since taking office in December 2012. The problem is most of us cannot remember such events taking place before he filed for re-election in March of this year. As a matter of fact, Lovingood has been the most invisible supervisor in the 42 years this reporter has been watching the antics of the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors.

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