Monthly Archives: August 2014

Digital Video Security for Parks, MTA Facility and Forum area at no cost to the General Fund

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Inglewood Mayor James Butts announced today that Leverage Information Systems (LIS) has been selected to purchaseequipment and services to add to the City’s existing wireless network and camera security project. The agreement between LIS and the City will not require the use of any monies from the general fund and is 100 percent funded through […]

Long Beach Police Department’s Interesting Approach to Crime

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Jim McDonnell is the 25th Police Chief appointed to lead the Long Beach Police Department.  He is also a 29 year veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD).  He is running for LA County Sheriff, against 31 year Sheriff veteran, Paul Tanaka.  Missing from McDonnell’s list of endorsers are former bosses:  Darryl Gates, Willie […]

Ari Noonan calls Black Parents Ignorant and Malicious

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Ari Noonan is a member of the Jewish community and is the publisher of The Front Page Online.  He has written a rather interesting view of the “racist Ferguson residents on welfare”.  While the black community was busy vilifying Donald Sterling for what he thought of blacks, wait until you read Noonan’s perception of African-American […]


Former West Basin Board Member Dies

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Ed Little has died at the age of 87.  Little was an entrepreneur and former councilman for the City of Culver City.  He also holds the distinction of being the only elected official, in Culver City, to go on to a higher office.  He sat on the West Basin Municipal Water District board since 1989 […]

Texas Governor Rick Perry INDICTED **updated**

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A grand jury indicted Texas Gov. Rick Perry on Friday for allegedly abusing the powers of his office by carrying out a threat to veto funding for state prosecutors investigating public corruption — making the possible 2016 presidential hopeful his state’s first indicted governor in nearly a century.

Compton mayor Aja Brown responds to Dist. Atty. Inquiry

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Compton mayor Aja Brown has responded to the Hews Media Group-Community Newspaper, in regards to their article revealing her inclusion in an investigation of the City of Compton by L.A. County Dist. Atty. Jackie Lacey.  Mayor Brown did not address the pending lawsuit, Jackson v Godwin, which levies accusations of voter fraud related to the […]

Larry Elder discusses the Mass Race Card Hysteria in Ferguson

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Larry Elder discusses the Ferguson Riots, which occurred as a result of the senseless murder of 18-year-old Michael Brown, who was unarmed and shot multiple times by a Ferguson police officer.  Cleverly, Larry uses Compton, CA, as an analogy, in this discussion on racial profiling and racism.  

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