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          Kim Kardashian pivots to law      Comment   Translate Page      
"First year of law school," Kim Kardashian West told US Vogue in her May cover interview, "you have to cover three subjects: criminal law, torts, and contracts." (For the record, there are a few others, too, including constitutional law and civil procedure). For Kardashian, "Torts is the most confusing, contracts the most boring, and crim law I can do in my sleep. Took my first test, I got a 100. Super easy for me."

Kardashian announced this week in the same interview that she began a four-year apprenticeship with a law firm in San Francisco last summer and wants to take the California bar exam in 2022. (She is not enrolled in law school. Under California law, aspiring lawyers can undertake an apprenticeship and if they pass the bar exam, they can practice law -- even without a law school degree).

The reality superstar's pivot to becoming a lawyer -- apparently motivated by her stated desire to do more to improve the criminal justice system, "to fight to fix it," -- has prompted a mixed response. Many have predictably derided the move as idiotic, telling her to stay in her lane. Others have called the criticism sexist, highlighting the obvious comparison between Kardashian and Reese Witherspoon's character in the 2001 movie "Legally Blonde," Elle Woods -- also initially dismissed in her law school efforts because of her looks and past persona.

The bottom line is this: Kardashian is inspiring for choosing a new path as a 38-year-old mother of three -- and she is also the nauseatingly privileged proof that in today's America, no option is off-limits for the very wealthy.

In many ways, this is the most interesting thing Kim Kardashian West has ever done. And it says a lot about the susceptibility of the public and press to her carefully-constructed image that so few saw this coming.

There are some obvious ways in which this path makes sense for Kardashian. Her father, Robert Kardashian, was a well-known lawyer, part of OJ Simpson's defense team. She has already demonstrated an interest in the law, making herself heard on criminal justice issues and playing a significant part last year in President Trump's release of Alice Marie Johnson, a 63-year-old woman who'd been in an Alabama prison on a nonviolent drug charge since 1996.

Meeting with Trump, alongside CNN commentator and activist Van Jones, plus several lawyers, Kardashian West helped persuade the President with a force of argument Jones described as "the most effective, emotionally intelligent intervention that I've ever seen in American politics." She has also worked for months with #cut50, a bipartisan advocacy group aiming to reform the criminal-justice system. Compared with some of her other ventures -- advertising dangerous slimming teas to her legions of young female fans, for example -- this looks not just like a step in a far more positive direction, but a break from the brand the Kardashian family has built over the years.

The Kardashians are described in public discourse variously as mercenary, feminist, impressive, groundbreaking, and sickeningly superficial. There are strong arguments to be made for every case, but despite so many opposing characteristics, they tend to be referred to as a monolith -- not individuals so much as component parts of a vast, unprecedented money machine.

Kim Kardashian, for years the most famous member of her family, was somehow the most Kardashian. She was the most polished, the most bankable (until sister Kylie Jenner's ascent), almost inhumanly adapted to the constant whirl of 5 a.m. workouts, three-hour makeup sessions, photo shoots and paparazzi that the machine demanded. She leaned in to the living doll persona, which the media so eagerly bestowed upon her, and as a result, many now have difficulty imagining her as anything but that.

Throughout 16 seasons of the reality show that made her family world-famous, Kim's demeanor has scarcely changed. A couple of upsetting instances aside, she has remained placid throughout, more prone to asking questions than volunteering confidences herself. When emotions ran high as Caitlin Jenner went public with her transition, Kim was often the mediator, allowing everyone their say, but intervening to defuse tense conversations when necessary.

In a way, it is her predictability that makes Kim Kardashian such comforting television. With her, you always know what you're getting. In retrospect, some of those considered responses signpost a personality that could be mesh with a career in law.

When in 2017, Kardashian described the process of identifying the men who robbed her at gunpoint in her Paris hotel room in October 2016, she was matter of fact. She itemized events without adding color or emotion, even noting that the men who had attacked her were 'pretty honest' in their recall of that night. Her most revealing comment was that it was "interesting" to know that they had been following her for over a year. She added that she was "thankful" for the experience, as it had afforded her "all the background info'"she needed on how she could protect herself in future.

Her recent foray into criminal justice also isn't the first time that digging below her contoured surface has revealed unexpected depths. Following the Parkland shooting last year, she tweeted to urge Congress to do its job and "protect Americans from senseless gun violence." She also took to Twitter in 2015 to denounce lax gun laws, after David Conley bought a gun online to kill his ex-girlfriend, her husband, and her six children, including his own son (she tweeted, "Does this not sicken you?"). She did so again after the 2017 Las Vegas music festival shooting to share an image denouncing high capacity firearms as inconsistent with the Second Amendment.

Every time she has spoken out on gun laws, Kim has been met with derogatory remarks such as, "Stick to selfies." But she has backed up her tweets. In 2016, she met with gun violence survivors from Sandy Hook and San Bernardino. For several years, she's been a creative council member of the organization Everytown For Gun Safety, which is dedicated to gun safety and fighting for legislative reform. In 2017, she recognized National Gun Violence Awareness Day by speaking out against a bill signed by Trump that revoked an Obama-era regulation. She may not always broadcast it, but Kim Kardashian does her homework.

As far as her metamorphosis from reality star into woke lawyer goes, the proof will be in the pudding. If her previous activities -- not to mention the acquisitive tendencies of her mother, Kris Jenner -- are any indication, within the next decade we will see a Kardashian law firm, capitalizing on the family name but well-stocked with qualified lawyers to ensure it goes the distance (and makes as much money as possible). For now though, as a woman whose career thus far has been fed by sex appeal and social media, Kardashian's move is a bold one, picking a direction that demands a completely different skill set, and flies in the face of expectations. When asked by Vogue what she will be remembered for, she replied aptly, "For my many talents."

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          Book festival in Fontana promotes San Bernardino County’s literacy plan      Comment   Translate Page      
The event supported the San Bernardino County's literacy campaign, Vision2Read.
          Senior Pastor      Comment   Translate Page      

We are a small, non-denominational, family-oriented church located in a small town in the
beautiful San Bernardino Mountains. Running Springs is the hub to ski resorts, resorts, lakes and
lots of hiking!
Springs Of Life Church is actively seeking a senior pastor who will maintain our mission
statement of “reaching the lost and building the found”, lead our congregation to seek God,
glorify Him, teach the word of God, and allow the Holy Spirit to freely move.  In this capacity,
he must be a humble leader that creates a collaborative team environment among the church’s
ministry leaders and staff. He is the primary shepherd of the congregation and leaders, whose
focus is deepening discipleship (or apostleship) through the teaching of the Word, pastoral
counseling, pre marriage counseling, officiating and working with the elders and pastoral staff to
set the direction for all aspects of the church.

Qualifications:
 Meet Biblical qualifications found in Titus 1:6-9, 1 Tim 3:2-7, 1 Peter 5:2-3
 Confess Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, and demonstrates a vibrant and
growing personal walk with Jesus
 Bachelor’s encouraged
 Two Year Bible College graduate is a must
 Pastoral experience needed
 Good communication Skills
 Computer, Texting, Emailing, FB, Instagram and You Tube- literate
 Some experience with video devos and postings
 Good reputation in Christ
 Experience in gifts of the Holy Spirit, not to squash, but help to mature and grow
in use of them in everyday life.
 Good time management to be sure to schedule two days off a week, vacation
time, and at least some kind of beneficial conference a year
 Attend church events and outings as much as possible
 Encourage, train and lead our other paid staff with special leadership meetings
per quarter and monthly weekly check ins.
 Monthly board and business meetings
 Potential second service will be needed
 Help work within church annual budget

Pastor Salary is a $60,000 a year with church cell phone provided. Some gas, books
and conference budget is available. No other benefits at this time. Springs of Life was
church planted on Nov 6th, 2011, with approx. 75-125(adults)on Sunday and has strong
potential for more growth. After prayer please consider coming to this awesome small
town community in California; where we are about 1hour 15min to the beach/Disneyland
and deserts.

Please submit your resume with photo of yourself, family and any pets you may have (they're part of the family too) to Jay.Houck@springsoflifers.com only (not to Churchstaffing site please).


          (USA-CA-Redlands) Restaurant Team Member - Crew (2647 - Mountain Grove)      Comment   Translate Page      
Restaurant Team Member - Crew (2647 - Mountain Grove) (19011505) Description At Chipotle, we’ve created something special: a better place to eat and work. Many employees start just expecting a paycheck, but end up with a rewarding career. We provide exceptional training and a clear career path – over 80% of our managers got promoted from Crew. **What’s in it for you: * Tuition assistance (up to $5,250 a year) * Free food (yes, really FREE) * Medical, dental, and vision insurance * Paid breaks * Paid time off * Holiday closures * Full time and part time opportunities * Opportunities for advancement (80% of managers started as crew) * Customized college degree programs that can be completed in as little as 18 months, for as low as $250 a year* * Competitive compensation, including stock and company car allowance for our highest-performing managers (Restaurateurs) **What we’re looking for:** * Someone with a friendly, enthusiastic attitude * Someone that loves to help and serve others (both customers and team members) * Someone ready to learn how to cook (a lot) We prepare real food by hand every day in our restaurants. No freezers, microwaves or can openers to be found. We welcome experienced restaurant professionals and novices alike. We’ll provide the training you need to feel confident working at any station – grill, cashier, prep, salsa and expo. We take pride in our exceptional customer service and it’s up to each of our team members to create the friendly atmosphere that our customers expect and enjoy. So, whether you have experience as a dishwasher, cashier, server, host, bartender, cook, prep cook, FOH/BOH or no experience at all, we’re always looking for passionate and enthusiastic people to join our team. At Chipotle, you’ll be part of a team that is working to cultivate a better world. If that sounds like something you would like to be a part of, apply today. **Requirements (the fine print):** * You have to be at least 16 years old to work at Chipotle * You need to be able to communicate in the primary language(s) of the work location *Receive up to $5,250 from Chipotle in tuition assistance and up to $5,185 in federal grants each year. Combined with up to 44 earned credit hours from on-the-job training at Chipotle, you could earn your degree for as little as $250 a year. Primary Location: California - Redlands - 2647 - Mountain Grove-(02647) Work Location: 2647 - Mountain Grove-(02647) 27511 San Bernardino Ave, Ste B Redlands 92374
          (USA-CA-San Bernardino) Restaurant Team Member - Crew (956 - San Bernardino)      Comment   Translate Page      
Restaurant Team Member - Crew (956 - San Bernardino) (19011293) Description At Chipotle, we’ve created something special: a better place to eat and work. Many employees start just expecting a paycheck, but end up with a rewarding career. We provide exceptional training and a clear career path – over 80% of our managers got promoted from Crew. **What’s in it for you: * Tuition assistance (up to $5,250 a year) * Free food (yes, really FREE) * Medical, dental, and vision insurance * Paid breaks * Paid time off * Holiday closures * Full time and part time opportunities * Opportunities for advancement (80% of managers started as crew) * Customized college degree programs that can be completed in as little as 18 months, for as low as $250 a year* * Competitive compensation, including stock and company car allowance for our highest-performing managers (Restaurateurs) **What we’re looking for:** * Someone with a friendly, enthusiastic attitude * Someone that loves to help and serve others (both customers and team members) * Someone ready to learn how to cook (a lot) We prepare real food by hand every day in our restaurants. No freezers, microwaves or can openers to be found. We welcome experienced restaurant professionals and novices alike. We’ll provide the training you need to feel confident working at any station – grill, cashier, prep, salsa and expo. We take pride in our exceptional customer service and it’s up to each of our team members to create the friendly atmosphere that our customers expect and enjoy. So, whether you have experience as a dishwasher, cashier, server, host, bartender, cook, prep cook, FOH/BOH or no experience at all, we’re always looking for passionate and enthusiastic people to join our team. At Chipotle, you’ll be part of a team that is working to cultivate a better world. If that sounds like something you would like to be a part of, apply today. **Requirements (the fine print):** * You have to be at least 16 years old to work at Chipotle * You need to be able to communicate in the primary language(s) of the work location *Receive up to $5,250 from Chipotle in tuition assistance and up to $5,185 in federal grants each year. Combined with up to 44 earned credit hours from on-the-job training at Chipotle, you could earn your degree for as little as $250 a year. Primary Location: California - San Bernardino - 0956 - San Bernardino-(00956) Work Location: 0956 - San Bernardino-(00956) 1092 E.Hospitality Lane, Suite B San Bernardino 92408
          Rep. Omar Virtue Signals With "No Ban Act" - Except Obama's Travel Bans Were 16x That Of Trump's      Comment   Translate Page      

Via SaraCarter.com,

As Democrats prepare to introduce ‘No Ban Act’ legislation to end what they say is President Donald Trump’s racist Muslim ban they should take a moment to read the new Government Accountability Office report issued Thursday. It shows that under President Obama the travel ban rate for security reasons in 2015 was 16 times higher than under Trump in 2017 based on the one year data that was available to GAO.

It also indicates a very significant finding: that the Trump administration’s executive orders not only did not increase its refusal rate -for terrorism and security related reasons- but it was lower for the respective years studied.

GAO’s analysis indicates that, out of the nearly 2.8 million NIV applications refused in fiscal year 2017, 1,338 applications were refused specifically due to visa entry restrictions implemented per the executive actions,” stated the report.

In fact, the nonimmigrant visa refusal rate rose under Obama’s tenure from about “14 percent in fiscal year 2012 to about 22 percent in fiscal year 2016, and remained about the same in fiscal year 2017; averaging about 18 percent over the time period,” according to the report. “The total number of NIVs issued peaked in fiscal year 2015 at about 10.89 million, before falling in fiscal years 2016 and 2017 to 10.38 million and 9.68 million, respectively.”

For example, in 2015, “CBP data showed that it identified and interdicted over 22,000 high-risk air travelers through these programs” according to the most recent data available at the time of GAO’s report it stated.

ONLY 1,338 VISA APPLICATIONS WERE REFUSED BECAUSE OF THE PRESIDENT TRUMP’S VISA ENTRY RESTRICTIONS FOR PEOPLE FROM CERTAIN COUNTRIES IN 2017 – THESE REFUSALS WERE TERRORISM OR SECURITY RELATED CONCERNS.

Nonimmigrant visa’s are those issued to foreign nationals seeking admission into the United States. Some examples are visas issued to tourists, students and businessmen seeking temporary status.

According to the GAO, “the number of adjudications peaked at about 13.4 million in fiscal year 2016, and decreased by about 880,000 adjudications in fiscal year 2017.”

State Department Stats

From the time period above, the State Department denied roughly 18 percent of adjudicated applications “of which more than 90 percent were because the applicant did not qualify for the visa sought” and only “0.05 percent were due to terrorism and security-related concerns.”

The report noted that previous successful and attempted terrorist attacks against the United States raised questions about the U.S. vetting system. One example listed in the report was the December 2015, terrorist attack in  San Bernardino, California, which led to the deaths of 14 people with dozens more injured. One of the attackers was admitted into the United States under a nonimmigrant visa, stated the report.

Lack of Vetting 

President Trump issued his executive travel ban in 2017 based on the apparent lack of vetting and what some security analysts described as an “open gateway” for applicants from nations affiliated with terrorist organizations.

“Trump’s ban was not targeting Muslims it was using common sense to keep dangerous persons from entering the country through the visa system based on factual evidence of past attempted attacks and ones that we couldn’t stop,” said a DHS official, who was not authorized to speak to the media.

“The failure was that system tied the hands of adjudicators in many cases – they just didn’t have all the information necessary to appropriately vet those entering the United States,” the DHS official added. “For nations like Syria, Libya and Yemen it’s almost impossible to know the intentions of those being vetted because those nations are not stable or have well functioning governments.”

The report noted that an August 2018, analysis of State data “indicates that relatively few applicants— approximately 0.05 percent—were refused for terrorism and other security-related reasons from fiscal years 2012 through 2017.”

It also shows that in 2017, under President Trump there was not a significant increase in refusals because State Department “data indicate that 1,256 refusals (or 0.05 percent) were based on terrorism and other security-related concerns, of which 357 refusals were specifically for terrorism-related reasons.”

From 2012 To 2017 Most NIVS Were Denied For Reasons Other Than Security or Terrorism

State data indicate that more than 90 percent of NIVs refused each year from fiscal years 2012 through 2017 were based on the consular officers’ determination that the applicants were ineligible nonimmigrants—in other words, the consular officers believed that the applicant was an intending immigrant seeking to stay permanently in the United States, which would generally violate NIV conditions, or that the applicant otherwise failed to demonstrate eligibility for the particular visa he or she was seeking. For example, an applicant applying for a student visa could be refused as an ineligible nonimmigrant for failure to demonstrate possession of sufficient funds to cover his or her educational expenses, as required.

Under former President Obama the numbers were much higher. For example, “in fiscal year 2015 DHS’s predeparture programs stopped 22,000 high-risk travelers from entering the country.”

The Numbers and and Ilhan Omar’s “No Ban Act”

The numbers are important. Why? Because some Democrats, led by Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar, have introduced “The No Ban Act,”  which directly targets the Trump administration’s travel ban policy. The policy prevents persons from nations such as Iran, Libya, Syria, Yemen and Somalia from entering the country. The reason being, is that the majority of these nations do not have a functioning government capable of documenting or clearing those traveling to the United States and concern that some of these countries are safe-havens for terrorist organizations, as listed by the State Department. 

Last year, Trump’s third executive travel ban order was upheld in a 5-4 ruling by the Supreme Court.

Chief Justice John Roberts, who authored the majority opinion, noted that the president was within his authority to impose the ban. Trump based the ban on extensive national security concerns regarding travelers from these nations.

Roberts opinion noted it was not the court’s place to pass judgment on Trump’s previous comments during the campaign regarding immigrants.

Justice Sonia Sotomayor, wrote the dissenting opinion, and said Trump’s comments targeting Muslims should have been the reason to strike down his travel ban.

Omar’s bill, however, will face a steep battle in Congress and the Senate. It would effectively end Trump’s policies to limit entry from these unstable and mostly ungoverned nations. It would also limit the government ability to conduct extreme vetting of immigrants who attempt to comet to the U.S. from countries designated as a threat because of ties to terrorism.

Here’s what Omar had to say: 

“The Muslim ban is a moral stain on our country’s history,” Omar said.

“Proud to have joined my colleagues in introducing the #NoBanAct yesterday to put an end to this discriminatory ban,” Omar said on Twitter.

Omar could not be immediately reached for comment.

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GAO FOUND

  • About 2.8 million nonimmigrant visa applications were refused in fiscal year 2017—over 90% of which were because the applicant di 0.05% of applications were refused for security-related concerns

  • 1,338 visa applications were refused because of the President’s visa entry restrictions for people from certain countries.

  • In fiscal year 2015 DHS’s predeparture programs stopped 22,000 high-risk travelers from entering the country

FROM THE GAO

In August 2018, GAO reported that the total number of nonimmigrant visa (NIV) applications that Department of State (State) consular officers adjudicated annually increased from fiscal years 2012 through 2016, but decreased in fiscal year 2017 (the most recent data available at the time of GAO’s report).

GAO’S ANALYSIS INDICATES THAT, OUT OF THE NEARLY 2.8 MILLION NIV APPLICATIONS REFUSED IN FISCAL YEAR 2017, 1,338 APPLICATIONS WERE REFUSED SPECIFICALLY DUE TO VISA ENTRY RESTRICTIONS IMPLEMENTED PER THE EXECUTIVE ACTIONS.

NIVs are issued to foreign nationals, such as tourists, business visitors, and students, seeking temporary admission into the United States. The number of adjudications peaked at about 13.4 million in fiscal year 2016, and decreased by about 880,000 adjudications in fiscal year 2017. State refused about 18 percent of adjudicated applications during this time period, of which more than 90 percent were because the applicant did not qualify for the visa sought and 0.05 percent were due to terrorism and security-related concerns. In 2017, two executive orders and a proclamation issued by the President required, among other actions, visa entry restrictions for nationals of certain listed countries of concern. GAO’s analysis indicates that, out of the nearly 2.8 million NIV applications refused in fiscal year 2017, 1,338 applications were refused specifically due to visa entry restrictions implemented per the executive actions.

Nonimmigrant Visa Adjudications, Fiscal Years 2012 through 2017

In January 2017, GAO reported that the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) operates predeparture programs to help identify and interdict high-risk travelers before they board U.S.- bound flights. CBP officers inspect all U.S.-bound travelers on those flights that are precleared at the 15 Preclearance locations at foreign airports—which serve as U.S. ports of entry—and, if deemed inadmissible, a traveler will not be permitted to board the aircraft. CBP also operates nine Immigration Advisory Program and two Joint Security Program locations, as well as three Regional Carrier Liaison Groups, through which CBP may recommend that air carriers not permit identified high-risk travelers to board U.S.-bound flights.

CBP Data High Risk

CBP data showed that it identified and interdicted over 22,000 high-risk air travelers through these programs in fiscal year 2015 (the most recent data available at the time of GAO’s report). While CBP tracked some data, such as the number of travelers deemed inadmissible, it had not fully evaluated the overall effectiveness of these programs. GAO recommended that CBP develop a system of performance measures and baselines to better position CBP to assess program performance. As of December 2018, CBP set preliminary performance targets for fiscal year 2019, and plans to set targets for future fiscal years by October 31, 2019. GAO will continue to review CBP’s actions to address this recommendation.

Why GAO Did This Study

Previous attempted and successful terrorist attacks against the United States have raised questions about the security of the U.S. government’s screening and vetting processes for NIVs. State manages the visa adjudication process. DHS seeks to identify and interdict travelers who are potential security threats to the United States, such as foreign fighters and potential terrorists, human traffickers, drug smugglers and otherwise inadmissible persons, at the earliest possible point in time. DHS also has certain responsibilities for strengthening the security of the visa process. In 2017, the President issued executive actions directing agencies to improve visa screening and vetting, and establishing nationality-based visa entry restrictions, which the Supreme Court upheld in June 2018.

This statement addresses (1) data and information on NIV adjudications and (2) CBP programs aimed at preventing high-risk travelers from boarding U.S.-bound flights. This statement is based on prior products GAO issued in January 2017 and August 2018, along with selected updates conducted in December 2018 to obtain information from DHS on actions it has taken to address a prior GAO recommendation.

What GAO Recommends

GAO previously recommended that CBP evaluate the effectiveness of its predeparture programs. DHS agreed with GAO’s recommendation and CBP has actions under way to address it.

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          LAMERS, Ruth Hedwig      Comment   Translate Page      
Loving Wife, Mother and Grandmother Age 87, of San Bernardino, California Passed away December 21, 2018. She was born April 3, 1931 in Stacy, MN....
          WWME Longest Married Couple Project Still Open for Nominations for June (Marriage Month) National & State Recognitions      Comment   Translate Page      
NEWS PROVIDED BYWorldwide Marriage EncounterApril 9, 2019 SAN BERNARDINO, Calif., April 9, 2019 /Standard Newswire/ -- If you want to honor family or friends who have long marriages, now is the time to nominate them for the Longest Married Couple Project sponsored by Worldwide Marriage Encounter (WWME), the original faith-based marriage enrichment program in this country. The project, which is celebrating its ninth year of success, honors one national winner along with winners from each of Source: Worldwide Marriage Encounter
          Car fire along 15 Freeway in Cajon Pass quickly extinguished      Comment   Translate Page      
Firefighters responded to a vehicle fire on the NB-15 freeway on Saturday. (Photo by Arnella Clouse-Hanna)

CAJON PASS, Calif. (VVNG.com) — A car that caught fire in the Cajon Pass Saturday evening was quickly extinguished. San Bernardino County Fire Department responded to the fire that was reported just after 6:30 p.m. on the northbound 15 Freeway at the Cleghorn offramp. According to CHP logs, it was a black Lexus on the …

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           L'AQUILA: BUS-NAVETTA ELETTRICO DAL TERMINAL AL CENTRO DA LUNEDI'      Comment   Translate Page      
L'AQUILA - Da lunedì 15 aprile all'Aquila sarà attivato un servizio di bus navetta elettrico dell'Ama che collegherà il terminal di Collemaggio al centro storico. Lo rendono noto l'assessore comunale alla Mobilità, Carla Mannetti, e l'amministratore unico della società dei trasporti, Gianmarco Berardi.  Le navette percorreranno viale di Collemaggio, viale Crispi, corso Federico II, corso Vittorio Emanuele, via San Bernardino, via Zara, via Castello, piazza Battaglione degli Alpini (Fontana Luminosa), viale Gran Sasso, via Strinella e torneranno al capolinea del terminal di Collemaggio.  Il servizio sarà effettuato dal lunedì al sabato dalle 9 alle 13 e dalle 15 alle 19, con partenza ogni...
          Carroll, Bernice Mae (Everhart)      Comment   Translate Page      
BERNICE MAE CARROLL (EVERHART) Bernice Mae Carroll (Everhart), 75, of San Bernardino, died peacefully at home on April 6, 2019. Bernice was born in...
          Perret-Rodriguez, Sallie      Comment   Translate Page      
SALLIE PERRET-RODRIGUEZ Sallie Perret-Rodriguez was born on 6/20/62 and lived in San Bernardino, CA and passed away on 3/24/2019. Sallie is...
          OPERATIONS MANAGER      Comment   Translate Page      
CA-RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Operations Manager (San Bernardino, CA) is sought by a sink & faucet merchant wholesaler, to direct the co.'s overall ops. Must have a Bachelor's deg in Bus. Mgmt, Bus. Admin or rltd field. At least 1 yr working exp in int'l plumbing trade mgmt. Strong verbal & written communication & problem-solving skills. Apply to KIVO Inc. at 8822 Flower Rd, #140, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730.
          Comentario en El Ayuntamiento aprueba rebajar más bordillos de la zona de Conde Duque: Acuerdo, Noviciado, San Dimas… por VECINO      Comment   Translate Page      
Me suena a BLUFF, a publicidad engañosa,preelectoral. ¡ ¡¡si ni tan siquiera han empezado enAmaniel !!! y deberia estar terminada. si son unos incapaces! y llevan años contandonos la misma cancion. El proyecto se aprobó en enero de 2018,.para ejecutar enMarzo 2018. el ayuntamiento lo pospone al mes de octubre.con una duracion aprox. de 10 meses. HAN PASADO 7 MESES 7 y tans solo estan actuando y (para meses les queda) en calle Alamo y parte de Reyes la que va de san bernardino a plazaEspaña modificando y enviiando globos sonda lo aprobado. los brindis al Sol, se aclararan en las proximas elecciones.!! Desde luego este Ayuntamiento, no cumple. ya no les daré mi voto. desafortunadamente para ellos. talante de colegueo, pero resolutivos = ¿¿¿ Donde está el mural artistico sustituto del jardin vertical .. del sr Gallardomn?? ¡¡ ni está , ni se le espera.!!! eso si. han pintado la pared . y aver si humanizamos laPLaza maria soledad Torres Acosta ( la de los cines luna) xq la policia municipal, requiere plazas donde aparcar sus vehiculos. pero no es solucion quitarsela a los niños y adultos, aparcando en las aceras y acotando para si,espacios de todos.
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Typical American short-term memory, it is time to refresh the neurons with the some of the past indiscretions’ of the Barry Soetoro (A.K.A. Barack Hussein Obama II) Administration’s shortcomings. • Eric Holder, Obama’s attorney general, broke the law by deliberately sending guns to Mexican drug lords and ignoring a contempt of Congress charge with impunity. • Obama lied about Obamacare. • Obama turned the IRS and the FBI into political instruments used against honest ordinary citizens to advance Obama’s political ends. • Obama bribed the Iranian mullahs with billions in US cash. • Obama lied about EPA regulations and “shovel ready jobs”. Both were political kickback schemes. • The Clintons skimmed millions of dollars from the charity relief efforts after the earthquake in Haiti. • The Clintons ran a pay-to-do-business scheme through the US State Department. • Hillary Clinton used private email accounts and her own insecure computer server to keep her communications separate from government IT systems, that were hacked by enemy agents. • Bill Clinton promised the US Attorney General that she would be nominated for a seat on the US Supreme Court as long as Hillary Clinton was not prosecuted. The Obama administration has been marred by debt, scandals, foreign policy failures, and an overall fragmentation of this country. He has plunged the United States into an abyss of economic debt that will create generations of American servitude paying off his wayward spending endeavors. The Red, White and Blue’s epitaph will read like a litany of failures perpetrated on both the American people and the world by this president: #Scandals (Though both Obama and the MSM denied any occurred!): IRS targets Obama’s enemies Benghazi Spying on the AP The ATF “Fast and Furious” scheme Sebelius demands payment The Pig ford Agriculture Department Scandal The General Services Administration Las Vegas Spending Spree. Veterans Affairs in Disney World and neglecting vets Solyndra New Black Panthers Voter Intimidation The hacking of Sharyl Attkisson’s computer Obama’s LIES about the Affordable Care Act “I’ll Pass My Own Laws” NSA Spying on American People Foreign Policy Lack of solidarity with Israel Disaster with the Arab Spring Crimea Leaving Iraq too soon and letting ISIS take over Handling of Syrian Red Line Calling ISIS “JV” Failing to Recognize ISIS as a Radical (or Devout) Muslim Movement Returning the bust of Churchill to the Brits Lack of Confidence by NATO nations Signing a Disastrous Nuclear Deal with the Mullahs of Iran Paid $5 Billion & Released 5 Taliban Prisoners For Deserter Bergdahl Waging war by attacking Libya without Congressional approval Allowed the building of Chinese bases in the South China Sea and off the coast of Somalia at the entrance to the gulf of Aden Paying ransom to Iranian for hostages- and using foreign currency in unmarked plane Lying about paying ransom (which media ignored!) Pays tribute to Japanese at Hiroshima on US Memorial Day Obama trashed America 18 times on Asian Tour Pushing the U.N. resolution condemning Israel for legally building houses in Jewish neighborhoods Released $221 million to the Palestinian Authority in last few hours of presidency Downed US drone taken by Iran, reverse engineered, and sent into Israel. Obama could have destroyed the drone instead of selling the United States and allies out by asking for the drone- which obviously was never returned. Domestic Policy Failure to secure the Border Illegals bringing guns, drug and diseases through the southern border Bowe Bergdahl swap Passing on the keystone pipeline 9 Trillion dollars more in debt Vast expansion of government Racial Division at all-time high Inviting Bomb Boy Ahmed to White House Disrespect for Cops Failed economic stimulus plan Constant disregard for the Constitution and tyrannical rule China overtook America as world’s largest economy Double Downgrade Housing policies failed to stop foreclosures Price of healthcare has drastically risen for those purchasing it Education policies failed to curb college costs Highest percentage of Americans on Food Stamps and Medicaid Record 92,898,000 Americans over 16 years not working Lowest Labor Force participation rate of 62.7% Denying the notion of American Exceptionalism Securing the Olympics for Chicago in 2016 Naming numerous Communists/Socialists/Progressives to Czar Positions Mismanagement and cover up of Terrorist shootings in San Bernardino, California Mismanagement of Gulf Oil Spill Disastrous Vetting Process of “Immigrants” from Muslim Nations Refusing to Listen to CIA/FBI that there is no way to properly vet certain immigrants from Muslim nations Fort Hood Shooting Colorado EPA Disaster Veto of 911 Crime Bill- which was overturned Worst economic recovery since the depression with anemic GDP numbers Over 94 million Americans out of the workforce Obama commutes sentence on Chelsea Manning Obama commuted the sentence of FALN activist Oscar López Rivera
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**LOCATION** 570 East Mill Street San Bernardino CA US 92408 **Overview** If you want an exciting job with one of the largest off-price retailers in the nation, join the Burlington Stores, Inc. team as a Inventory Control Analyst! Are you a self-motivated, ambitious team-player? Are you looking for a hands-on role in a fast-paced warehouse environment where safety and efficiency are top priorities? Do you have great organizational skills and work well as part of a team? If so, this may be the right opportunity for you! This position will be responsible for coordinating activities, training and coaching team members in job duties and best practices in conjunction with, and in the absence of, the supervisor. Responsibilities:Complete all daily tasks as assigned by Supervisor / Manager. Work seamlessly with other Inventory Control Analysts and Researchers. Maintain a low volume backlog of work. Maintain a productive output while maintaining a zero defect environment. Reports daily to the Supervisor / Manager to evaluate status of research projects, issues, and corrective actions impacting the business. Any other tasks assigned by Supervisor / Manager. + Assist Supervisor with daily functions + Assist with coaching and training employees on department SOP’s and best practices + Develop training materials and train associates in support roles within DC operations + Ensure team members are working safely and accurately following guidelines + Perform thorough research of inventory issues and document investigation methods and issues while performing root cause analysis and submitting recommendations for corrective action + Work with IT, POC, DC, Finance, Receiving Control Office and other work groups for assistance in research and problem solving + Data entry and reporting + Prepare, review, approve and submit inventory financial transactions in excess of $12M annually to adjust, correct and maintain the accuracy Burlington’s financial inventory for the East and West Coast Distribution Centers, Ecommerce business and 600 plus Burlington Stores nationwide. + Manage the movement of inventory through exceptions to ensure manual adjustments are completed to rectify inventory levels both in WMS and RMS + Report and analyze trends affecting shrink while documenting root cause, corrective action plans and engaging the appropriate levels of management in the Supply Chain to assist with the escalation of items needing immediate attention. + Analyze and report systemic and operational issues in a timely manner to prevent situations that could result in the loss of company assets. + Communicate and present verbally and/or in writing to the team and/or Supply Chain management steps taken in the research of issues and the results of their analysis, status and required corrective action. + Ensure compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) requirements by completing audits of the monthly Shrink Inventory Research files and preparation of the 4-Wall Shrink Reports for the DC Shrink Taskforce meetings + Lead and track projects that require Modify/Delete/Consume actions + Ensure all key functions and reports, as assigned, related to inventory transactions are monitored consistently, accurately, and timely. + Maintain a clean and safe work area at all times + Overtime required as needed + Other duties as assigned. Qualifications: + Bachelor degree preferred + Ability to direct employees + Strong verbal and written communication skills + Ability to be cross trained in other areas + Ability to interact with all levels of management + Computer Proficiency with experience in Microsoft Excel, Work and Outlook + Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills + Excellent attention to detail and follow-thorough skills + Excellent math and problem solving skills including root cause analysis + Ability to work both independently and as part of a high performance team. + Ability to remain flexible to shifting priorities. + Working knowledge of WMS (Warehouse Management System) and Dematic preferred. + Experience with report writing database tools a plus (SQL Developer, Microstrategy, Business Intelligence (BI) Reporting + Ability to respond to time-critical issues and work overtime as needed Experience: + 2-3 years Analyst, Inspection, Inventory Control or related distribution center / retail experience + 2-3 years experience with WMS (Warehouse Management System) and sortation system (Dematic) preferred + Experience in a high volume Distribution environment. . Distribution Center Operations in a National Logistics Network. If you… …are excited to deliver great values to customers every day; …take a sense of pride and ownership in helping drive positive results for a team; …are committed to treating colleagues and customers with respect; …believe in the power of diversity and inclusion; …want to participate in initiatives that positively impact the world around you; Come join our team. You’re going to like it here! You will enjoy a competitive wage, flexible hours, and an associate discount. We are a rapidly growing brand, and provide a variety of training and development opportunities so our associates can grow with us. Our teams work hard and have fun together! Burlington associates make a difference in the lives of customers, colleagues, and the communities where we live and work every day. Burlington Stores, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer committed to workplace diversity. **Posting Number** _2019-104306_ **Location** _US-CA-San Bernardino_ **Address** _570 East Mill Street_ **Zip Code** _92408_ **Position Type** _Regular Full-Time_ **Shift** _Flexible_ **Career Site Category** _Distribution Center_ **Position Category** _Distribution Center Associate_ **Evergreen** _Yes_
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**LOCATION** 570 East Mill Street San Bernardino CA US 92408 **Overview** If you want an exciting job with one of the largest off-price retailers in the nation, join the Burlington Stores, Inc. team as a Inventory Control Analyst! Are you a self-motivated, ambitious team-player? Are you looking for a hands-on role in a fast-paced warehouse environment where safety and efficiency are top priorities? Do you have great organizational skills and work well as part of a team? If so, this may be the right opportunity for you! This position will be responsible for coordinating activities, training and coaching team members in job duties and best practices in conjunction with, and in the absence of, the supervisor. Responsibilities:Complete all daily tasks as assigned by Supervisor / Manager. Work seamlessly with other Inventory Control Analysts and Researchers. Maintain a low volume backlog of work. Maintain a productive output while maintaining a zero defect environment. Reports daily to the Supervisor / Manager to evaluate status of research projects, issues, and corrective actions impacting the business. Any other tasks assigned by Supervisor / Manager. + Assist Supervisor with daily functions + Assist with coaching and training employees on department SOP’s and best practices + Develop training materials and train associates in support roles within DC operations + Ensure team members are working safely and accurately following guidelines + Perform thorough research of inventory issues and document investigation methods and issues while performing root cause analysis and submitting recommendations for corrective action + Work with IT, POC, DC, Finance, Receiving Control Office and other work groups for assistance in research and problem solving + Data entry and reporting + Prepare, review, approve and submit inventory financial transactions in excess of $12M annually to adjust, correct and maintain the accuracy Burlington’s financial inventory for the East and West Coast Distribution Centers, Ecommerce business and 600 plus Burlington Stores nationwide. + Manage the movement of inventory through exceptions to ensure manual adjustments are completed to rectify inventory levels both in WMS and RMS + Report and analyze trends affecting shrink while documenting root cause, corrective action plans and engaging the appropriate levels of management in the Supply Chain to assist with the escalation of items needing immediate attention. + Analyze and report systemic and operational issues in a timely manner to prevent situations that could result in the loss of company assets. + Communicate and present verbally and/or in writing to the team and/or Supply Chain management steps taken in the research of issues and the results of their analysis, status and required corrective action. + Ensure compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) requirements by completing audits of the monthly Shrink Inventory Research files and preparation of the 4-Wall Shrink Reports for the DC Shrink Taskforce meetings + Lead and track projects that require Modify/Delete/Consume actions + Ensure all key functions and reports, as assigned, related to inventory transactions are monitored consistently, accurately, and timely. + Maintain a clean and safe work area at all times + Overtime required as needed + Other duties as assigned. Qualifications: + Bachelor degree preferred + Ability to direct employees + Strong verbal and written communication skills + Ability to be cross trained in other areas + Ability to interact with all levels of management + Computer Proficiency with experience in Microsoft Excel, Work and Outlook + Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills + Excellent attention to detail and follow-thorough skills + Excellent math and problem solving skills including root cause analysis + Ability to work both independently and as part of a high performance team. + Ability to remain flexible to shifting priorities. + Working knowledge of WMS (Warehouse Management System) and Dematic preferred. + Experience with report writing database tools a plus (SQL Developer, Microstrategy, Business Intelligence (BI) Reporting + Ability to respond to time-critical issues and work overtime as needed Experience: + 2-3 years Analyst, Inspection, Inventory Control or related distribution center / retail experience + 2-3 years experience with WMS (Warehouse Management System) and sortation system (Dematic) preferred + Experience in a high volume Distribution environment. . Distribution Center Operations in a National Logistics Network. If you… …are excited to deliver great values to customers every day; …take a sense of pride and ownership in helping drive positive results for a team; …are committed to treating colleagues and customers with respect; …believe in the power of diversity and inclusion; …want to participate in initiatives that positively impact the world around you; Come join our team. You’re going to like it here! You will enjoy a competitive wage, flexible hours, and an associate discount. We are a rapidly growing brand, and provide a variety of training and development opportunities so our associates can grow with us. Our teams work hard and have fun together! Burlington associates make a difference in the lives of customers, colleagues, and the communities where we live and work every day. Burlington Stores, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer committed to workplace diversity. **Posting Number** _2019-104305_ **Location** _US-CA-San Bernardino_ **Address** _570 East Mill Street_ **Zip Code** _92408_ **Position Type** _Regular Full-Time_ **Shift** _Flexible_ **Career Site Category** _Distribution Center_ **Position Category** _Distribution Center Associate_ **Evergreen** _Yes_


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