Colton resident Isaac Campos and Charles Tesconi of Perris were taken into custody after a day-long investigation that began that morning in Perris. Deputies were investigating a work truck break-in in the 1900 block of Driftwood Court where approximately $1,500 worth of tools were stolen, according to sheriff's Sgt. Victor Pierson. … [Read more...] about Online Sting Nabs 2 Accused Thieves: RivCo Sheriff
Trump stands accused of soliciting a foreign government’s help to defeat a political opponent in 2020 and withholding congressionally approved military aid until that assistance was provided. When Trump was first confronted last September about his request to Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky, he released a summary of the call that prompted the impeachment inquiry. Since then, a parade of witnesses has, under oath, testified, adding more evidence to the case that Trump’s call constituted asking a foreign government to interfere in our election. … [Read more...] about Mary Anne Marsh: Impeachment trial’s core question: are we still a republic?
Will the PRC comply with its commitments? What will be America’s reaction to the PRC’s first violation of a commitment? Assuming the PRC’s compliance is satisfactory in the near term, will the PRC continue that level of compliance if President Trump no longer occupies the White House? Or is the PRC playing a waiting game, hoping that the next president is a Democrat disinterested in trade policy — and the paper tigers return? I was a career civil servant in 2000 working on international trade issues, and I was invited to the White House ceremony celebrating the conclusion of the U.S.-PRC trade negotiations. When I stepped up to shake President Clinton’s hand, I noticed he was sporting a “Hillary for Senate” lapel pin. … [Read more...] about BUTLER: Trump’s China Deal Isn’t So Different From The Clinton Years
“When the architects of our republic wrote the magnificent words of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence, they were signing a promissory note to which every American was to fall heir. This note was a promise that all men, yes, black men as well as white men, would be guaranteed the unalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. . . . It is obvious today that America has defaulted on this promissory note insofar as her citizens of color are concerned.” … [Read more...] about Indiana AG Curtis Hill: On Dr. King’s birthday be inspired by the greatest speech in US history
According to Purdum, Incarcerated Bob penned a follow-up blog post which bore an equal lack of resemblance to reality. That too appears to have been deleted. Still, the harassment continued for weeks afterward, and at one point, Purdum’s account started swelling with paid-for fake Twitter followers. Though he can’t provide definitive proof, he’s certain Bob was responsible. This is a tactic Incarcerated Bob has purportedly used before. Further, Purdum noted in his article that 90 percent of the over 100,000 followers Incarcerated Bob had on Twitter at the time were fake or inactive. To Purdum, this was a clear indication they had been purchased. (The Daily Beast was unable to audit the account because it has been set to private since at least Friday morning.) … [Read more...] about Did This Notorious Internet Troll Dupe Baseball Players Into Believing a New Astros Conspiracy?