Monthly Archives: May 2014

Jasmyne Cannick calls out the Black Press

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Now that the dust has settled, temporarily, from the Donald Sterling thingie, I came across an article on the New Pittsburgh Courier that responds to Jasmyne Cannick asking why the Black Press didn’t demand Donald Sterling didn’t speak to them first.  To be fair, the author Ulish Carter also states V. Stiviano didn’t take her […]

Will City of Inglewood be next to ban fracking

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Memorial Day weekend is upon us and all of us in Inglewood are awaiting word on SB1132, the senate bill calling for a moratorium on fracking.  This is especially crucial for we are also in the smack dab middle of a highly contentious Assembly race for the 62nd district. Autumn Burke is being attacked for […]

Around Los Angeles County

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Here’s what is and isn’t making news around Los Angeles County this Tuesday, May 20th.

What excuse will Dr. Brann use next?

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Several key employees of the Inglewood Unified School District continue to be purged from their employment just as they are due to report corrections identified in the FCMAT report.  How can the report be completed and IUSD given a chance at returning to local control if the corrections can’t be made?  Is Dr. Brann purposely […]

62nd Assembly District Race heats up

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Election Day is weeks away and the 62nd Assembly district is buzzing from the controversy surrounding many of the candidates. From a seasoned politician, to a trial lawyer and the daughter of a beloved former county supervisor, this race is shaping up to be the race of the year.


Is Simona Farrise or Simona Hunt Morgan running for 62nd Assembly

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Inglewood mayor James T. Butts, Jr. is proud to let residents know he is not controlled by special interests.  A good portion of his initial campaign funding came from himself and his colleagues.  Simona “Simo-mo” Farrise aka Simona Hunt, candidate for the 62nd Assembly seat is also using her and her colleagues money to win Steve Bradford’s […]


Asm. Tim Donnelly campaigns on conspiracy theories, Confederate flag

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In a move that’s been quickly condemned by civil rights groups and Republican Party leaders, Assemblyman Tim Donnelly has turned to conspiracy theories and a defense of the Confederate flag to appeal to voters in his campaign for governor.

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