MENIFEE – The Constitutional Association, based in Menifee, held its second annual anniversary dinner Saturday, July 15, at the Wildomar Elks Lodge. The dinner theme was “Make America Constitutional again.” Tickets sales surpassed the previous year. Held with the hope of uniting others through the Constitution, the dinner brought together local residents who are active in contacting Washington and […]
SAN DIEGO – A federal investigation into the financial practices of Rep. Duncan D. Hunter, R-Alpine, ranges from alleged campaign finance irregularities to bank fraud, according to a search warrant that was made public earlier this week.
RIVERSIDE – Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez, R-Lake Elsinore, resigned from her position as assistant leader of the Assembly’s Republican Caucus and said she could no longer serve alongside its leader, Assemblyman Chad Mayes, R-Yucca Valley, because of his decision to vote to extend the state’s cap-and-trade system. “Californians are struggling to make ends meet and, unfortunately, […]
TEMECULA – Nearly two-thirds of students will reject their faith by the time they’ve finished college, the result of a constant bombardment of secular lessons. A new nonprofit project, “Debunking Evolution,” aims to combat that influence by teaching students the scientific case against evolution. The project’s creators said they are “committed to providing Christian families with Biblically […]
Governor Jerry Brown’s revised budget for the 2017-18 fiscal year, released today, seeks to increase spending on various programs over what was proposed earlier this year, but several Inland Empire lawmakers said the appropriations will only feed bureaucratic pursuits, while others were more optimistic.
RIVERSIDE – The Republican Party of Riverside County (RPRC) announces the election of Jonathan Ingram as County Chairman at the GOP Organizational Meeting held at the Mission Inn Thursday night. Ingram, a Murrieta city councilman, succeeds Chairman Scott Mann whose term expired. “I can think of no one more equipped to lead the County GOP […]
Dr. Earl Tilford Special to Valley News Some seem to believe the election of Donald Trump reflects a general disintegration of American society evidenced by Time magazine’s selection of Trump as “Person of the Year” presiding over a “Divided States of America.” Traditionalist pundits like Christiane Amanpour, who recently melted down over Trump’s election, never […]
Eight Hemet City Council candidates, two incumbents and six hopefuls vying for three open council seats and an unopposed city treasurer candidate will appear on Hemet City ballots in the upcoming Nov. 8 General Election. Hemet City Council consists of five members elected from the city and it is the first year the council will […]
The San Jacinto City Council has three council seats open this election year with five qualified candidates running. The candidates are incumbents, Andrew Kotyuk and Crystal Ruiz, and challengers, Ken Kidby, Russ Utz and James Pangrazzi. The voters will have an opportunity to vote for their preferred candidates in the upcoming Nov. 8 election. Andrew […]