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Supervisors Meeting March 16, 2010

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  1. mnql1 Member

    Supervisors Meeting March 16, 2010

    From the March 16, 2010 Riverside County Board of Supervisors meeting:



    Supervisor Jeff Stone proposed Ordinance 895, "Prohibiting the county From Requiring Project Labor Agreements [PLA's] on County Construction Projects." After various speakers expressed opinions for and against the ordinance, Supervisors Buster, Tavaglione, Ashley, and Benoit argued that the ordinance was not needed and voted not to take action. Supervisor Bob Buster began by referring to another unneeded ordinance which the Board was "stampeded" into adopting (Ordinance 884).



    Jeff Stone thanked for the fifth time for helping the Calvary Chapel Bible Fellowship:

  2. Ann O'Nymous Member

    Re: Supervisors Meeting March 16, 2010

    Thnaks for the videos.
  3. AnonSac Member

    Re: Supervisors Meeting March 16, 2010

    Yes, thanks for the videos. Always interesting.
  4. Smurf Member

    Re: Supervisors Meeting March 16, 2010

    My..my... Tavaglione & Ashley are no longer kissing Jeff Stone's butt cheeks. That is a surprise.
  5. Re: Supervisors Meeting March 16, 2010

    Mr. Buster is intelligent enough to publicly position himself on the right side of this issue well ahead of the bad press due to arrive on Mr. Stone's doorstep soon. Sheriff Stanley Sniff also took good measures to insulate himself, as did politicians in San Jacinto. Looks like Mr. Stone will take the entire brunt of criticism when the long lens of the media ultimately rests on his criminal constituents at Golden Era Productions. As it should be.

    Like my good friend Tory says, tick tock, Mr. Stone.
  6. Anonymous Member

    Re: Supervisors Meeting March 16, 2010

    Mr. Stone time to find a new profession I heard Toyota is hiring.
  7. Holl Anon Member

    Re: Supervisors Meeting March 16, 2010

    Nope.

    Odds are 2-1 he'll be a California State Senator by the end of the year. He's running unopposed for a vacant position.
  8. Anonymous Member

  9. xenubarb Member

    Re: Supervisors Meeting March 16, 2010

    Some thing came up at this last meeting, where a company hired to provide death drugs for animal shelters was undercut BY STONE at the meeting. Stone said he could provide similar compounds for thousands of $$$ less.

    Isn't that kind of unethical, selling shit to a county you work for?

    Also, JEFF STONE WANTS TO KILL DOGS will play well in the campaign. Heh.
  10. Anonymous Member

    Re: Supervisors Meeting March 16, 2010

    please... for da lulz...do tell.
  11. RightOn Member

    Re: Supervisors Meeting March 16, 2010

    sorry wrong thread
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  12. AnonSac Member

    Re: Supervisors Meeting March 16, 2010

    Here is the current listing at the Secretary of State for who's running in the 36th Senate District in the primary. The YES and NO refer to whether they accept spending limits. Look who is the only NO. That means he'll be the only one without a candidate statement in the Voter Information Guide.

    ANDERSON, JOEL A. REPUBLICAN YES
    BAKEER, EMAD J. REPUBLICAN YES
    CLAY, PAUL DEMOCRATIC YES
    DICKSON, KENNETH C. REPUBLICAN YES
    STEPHENS, GREG A. REPUBLICAN YES
    STONE, JEFFREY E. REPUBLICAN NO
  13. Scintellanon Member

    Re: Supervisors Meeting March 16, 2010

    Quote:
    Supervisors Meeting March 16, 2010
    From the March 16, 2010 Riverside County Board of Supervisors meeting:

    Supervisor Jeff Stone proposed Ordinance 895, "Prohibiting the county From Requiring Project Labor Agreements [PLA's] on County Construction Projects." After various speakers expressed opinions for and against the ordinance, Supervisors Buster, Tavaglione, Ashley, and Benoit argued that the ordinance was not needed and voted not to take action.


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    Is this to allow more immigrants into the workforce without VISA's? (and without oversight, fair pay) Or simply a longstanding symbol of other similar RPF/slave labor cults whose workers ultimately get no rights?

    [interject Co$ knowledge of union busting]
    Fwiw, Helena Kobrin of copyright infringment and TM misappropration
    history is not as interesting as Joan Kupersmith Larkin, of Seyfarth
    and Shaw. S & S are notoriously one of the biggest union busting law
    firms in the country. Ms. Larkin registered many Scientology and RTC
    TM's. This is a mix that has interested me for a while, in that
    Scientology connected lawyers are very well vested in busting up and
    'disorganizing' their perceived enemies.

    e.g. =

    USPTO (kupersmith larkin)[ALL]
    Word Mark BATTLEFIELD EARTH
    Word Mark CITIZENS COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS ESTABLISHED 1969 CCHR
    Word Mark DREAMWORKS SKG (and LLC)
    Word Mark ABLE ASSOCIATION FOR BETTER LIVING AND EDUCATION
    Word Mark DIANETICS
    Word Mark OT
    Word Mark HUBBARD
    Word Mark INCOMM

    Joan Kupersmith Larkin - Corporate Attorney - Seyfarth Shaw LLP
    Ms. Larkin is a partner in the Corporate practice group of Seyfarth Shaw LLP.
    www.seyfarth.com/index.cfm/fuseaction/.../JoanLarkin.cfm

    PEN-L message, Union-busting in Champaign County, Illinois
    2 posts - Last post: Nov 25, 1997
    FYI: Seyfarth, Shaw is the union-busting law firm that the University is using to destroy the Graduate Employees' Organization (GEO) and ...
    archives.econ.utah.edu/archives/pen-l/1997m11.e/msg00003.htm

    # [PDF]
    Crisis in Decatur - The struggle for justice at the AE Staley ...
    File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - View as HTML
    Seyfarth, Shaw, Fairweather, & Geraldson. With 339 lawyers and annual revenues exceeding $90 million, Seyfarth has a national reputation for union-busting ...
    www.staleybook.org/.../Crisis in Decatur (Post-Lockout).pdf


    Union busting - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    "Union busters is a term widely used by labor organizations and others
    to describe individuals and/or organizations such as labor lawyers,
    labor relations consultants, and/or industrial psychologists who are
    either opposed to unionization or engage in practices designed to stop
    workers from forming trade unions, or from remaining in trade unions."

    "The specialty of union busting (or counter organizing) is not always
    evident from a consultant's website."

    "Firms and organizations which specialize in countering trade union
    organizing drives typically work with a company's management and
    supervisors to focus on techniques intended to influence worker
    attitudes to dissuade any sort of collective actions."

    Union busting - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    Dirty Tricks

    "Labor relations consultants put the union on the defensive by
    criticizing its leadership and forcing the union to spend hours
    defending itself during meetings rather than organizing the union's
    planning efforts or campaign strategy.[23] The workers won't find the
    time to discuss their own issues if they're sufficiently bombarded
    with the "twisted disinformation" sown by the union buster.[23]"

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    Scientology and workman's comp?: What healthcare crisis? It's all in your head...
  14. Smurf Member

    Re: Supervisors Meeting March 16, 2010

    There's a few candidates that have no chance of being elected. Emad Bakeer, a San Diego engineer has run in multiple campaigns & has always lost with the least number of votes probably due, in part, to being arrested in 1998 for stealing the campaign signs of candidates running against his wife, for a school board seat.

    Sign-Stealing Still Part of Some Campaigns - Los Angeles Times

    State Assemblyman Joel Anderson was the target of a corruption inquiry & agreed to pay $20,000 in fines for accepting campaign contributions that exceeded state limits. Republicans tend to shy away from their own candidates when they bring negative media scrutiny to the party.

    State ethics agency fines assemblyman, former gubernatorial candidate | L.A. NOW | Los Angeles Times

    Joel Anderson mailer: Time to resign? - SignOnSanDiego.com

    Kenneth Dickson is Stone's major competition.... he's ex-military, an attorney, years of political experience and no controversy (I could find) in his background.. something the Republican Party likes... makes them look good on the morality and "family values" front.

    Kenneth Dickson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Greg Stephens has no experience but a nice Facebook page.
    Greg A. Stephens | Facebook

    Paul Clay - school teacher with no political experience and the only Democrat running against 5 Republicans.. am guessing the Democratic Party doesn't think much of the 37th District...
  15. Anonymous Member

    Re: Supervisors Meeting March 16, 2010

    What does the 37th District think of the Democratic Party? Is there a staunch identity with either party or do the votes swing both ways?
  16. Smurf Member

    Re: Supervisors Meeting March 16, 2010

    Republicans seem to have a hold in the district, though their isn't that large of spread between registered voters - 41.15% Republican & 37.50% Democratic.

    California's 37th State Senate district - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  17. Anonymous Member

    Re: Supervisors Meeting March 16, 2010

    Wrong district...it is the 36th...which is even MORE republican
    California's 36th State Senate district - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    And almost 72% whitey. That is high for California
  18. Anonymous Member

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