Tribe Thanks Secretary Salazar

The Kawaiisu Tribe of Tejon thanks Secretary Ken Salazar for “Reaffirming” the Tribe to the list of Federally Recognized Tribes in the United States according to a news release on January 3, 2012 by, who were the first to break the good news, and it quickly spread through Indian Country. Tribal Chair David Laughing […]

‘Obama misinterpreted his mandate’

‘Obama misinterpreted his mandate’

Having been elected on a wave of hope four years ago, Barack Obama now faces a significant drop in popularity among disillusioned Democrats. Back then, a historic campaign turned US politics into a pop culture phenomenon. The Democratic candidate achieved unprecedented support, international fame and a record-breaking US $650 million in donations. Thousands of New […]

The Vortex Made Me Do It

As the definitive book on Desert Hot Springs history from early days to recent political events, the Vortex Made Me Do It provides an insider’s look at the city’s leading founding and political figures. In Part 1 of an interview on KNews Lee Rayburn Show, Bill Effinger examines city politics including the

RT’s 10 that shaped 2011: London burns, UK Riots

With 2012 just around the corner, RT continues its own countdown with ten special reports on events that have shaped 2011. We are looking back at major stories through the eyes of RT correspondents who witnessed them. It has been a tough year for the UK, which saw its worst unrest in decades, as several […]

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