Does Rikke Van Johnson View Free Speech as Terrorism?

San Bernardino City Councilman Rikke Van Johnson to seems to have some interesting views on the First Amendment of the United States Constitution.

Councilman Rikke Van Johnson calls criticism of his voting record "villainous."

Councilman Rikke Van Johnson calls criticism of his voting record “villainous.”

At the June 3, 2013 meeting of the San Bernardino City Council, Rikke Van Johnson publicly called the constitutionally protected Free Speech activities  of the San Bernardino Police Officers Association as acts of “terrorization.”

Councilman Van Johnson further went on to call the Police Officers public criticism of his record on the City Council as “villainous.”

What’s going on here?  Why is Rikke Van Johnson speaking out against Free Speech?

The Failed Legacy of Mayor Pat Morris

There’s good new on the horizon for the people of San Bernardino.

The tenure of Pat Morris as Mayor of San Bernardino is coming to an end.

Mayor Pat Morris used a city credit card to pay for a $671 tab in a New York City restaurant.

The legacy of Mayor Pat Morris can be summed up in three words:  Bankruptcy, Waste, and Corruption.

Sadly the man who promised the people so much when he was elected to office eight years ago is leaving the City of San Bernardino in a worse condition than when we was sworn in as mayor.

Instead of a record of success and accomplishments,  the legacy of Mayor Pat Morris can be summed up in three words:  Bankruptcy, Waste, and Corruption.

Taxpayers Flipping the Bill for City Officials Meals

The taxpayers of the City of San Bernardino have been picking up the bill for meals enjoyed by city officials, the San Bernardino County Sun reports.

Mayor Pat Morris used a city credit card to pay for a $671 tab in a New York City restaurant.

Mayor Pat Morris used a city credit card to pay for a $671 tab in a New York City restaurant.

According to the investigative report:

In the years before the city found itself unable to pay for basic expenses, city officials repeatedly spent hundreds of taxpayer dollars on conferences and meals for a few employees.