On September 26th, American Children First broke the story that California Assemblyman Marc Steinorth (R-Rancho Cucamonga) was involved in a domestic disturbance at his residence in April 2017.
In response to that post, and just hours later, we received a "cease and desist" letter from a law firm demanding that we take it down. But before we get to that let's rewind with the backstory.Continue reading
To be honest, we kind of wondered what took so long.
On Tuesday, American Children First broke the news that the wife of Assemblyman Marc Steinorth called 911 to report a domestic disturbance back in April 2017. We also mentioned the numerous rumors we had heard regarding an alleged affair between he and one of his staffers.
Apparently, Assemblyman Steinorth is not pleased with us.Continue reading
Now sit right down and I will tell you tale about how a politically connected financial supporter in San Bernardino County managed to turn a $4,650 campaign contribution into a $100,000 return in just 18 months. And the best part -- YOU get to pay for it.
The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors is set to hire a politically connected crony to a "make-work" employment contract at an annualized cost of $192,000. These are the perks that come with endorsing and contributing to the campaign of the Chairman of the Board.
Please see our press release below where we call upon the board to do a legitimate human resource recruitment for the position. Thank you.
The San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors appear ready to hire a toll-lane guru to manage a High Desert transportation project at the next board meeting on Tuesday. The move signals that toll-lanes are undoubtedly in the offing for Victor Valley commuters who already have one of the worst commutes in the region.
A member of the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors that was embroiled in a scandal involving Syrian refugees appears to once again wasting taxpayer dollars by rewarding a political supporter with a cushy employment gig at the county.
It is our understanding that Supervisor Robert Lovingood directed interim-CEO Dena Smith to hire Ryan McEachron to be the “special projects coordinator” for the High Desert Corridor according to a well-placed source. The “make-work” employment contract will pay McEachron more than $56 per hour, plus benefits.