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Memorial Services for Margie Bailey

Margie

The viewing for Margie Bailey will be held on Sunday, December 3 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. at Tillman Riverside Mortuary located at 2874 10th Street in Riverside. The Homegoing service will be held on Monday, December 4 at 12 p.m. at St. Timothy Community Church in Riverside. The Interment will be at Riverside National Cemetery.

This Week’s Job Listings

  • Company – is looking for Immediate Holiday Help in Pomona, Montclair and Rialto, CA. Call Mechelle at (909) 865-3900
  • Full Time Auto Detailers Painters and Painter Prep needed – in San Bernardino, CA. Call Mike (951) 732-2297  (Habla Espanol)
  • Warehouse Container Unloading Positions, Permanent Jobs – in Chino, CA. Call (951) 212-7661
  • Rooter/Hydro Jeter needed – in Riverside, CA. $20.00/hr.  Call Mike (626) 297-0108
  • Underground Contractor Hiring Experienced Foremen – in the Inland Empire, Los Angeles and Orange County, CA. Apply in person 502 Chaney, Suite #B, Lake Elsinore, CA 92530
  • Warehouse & Equipment Operators needed – in Ontario, CA. $1350.00/week.  Call (909) 532-8838
  • Window Cleaner needed – in Temecula, The Inland Empire & San Diego, CA. $13.00/hr.  Call (951) 894-6161
  • After Market Auto Parts Manufacturer – is seeking a Welder/Fabricator in San Jacinto, CA. Call (406) 529-8235 Mon-Fri, 8:00am-5:00pm
  • Shipping/Receiving Job – in San Jacinto, CA. Call Jon Bundrant (406) 529-8235
  • Coronado Stone Products, a Second Chance Employer will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories – is seeking General Labor, no experience required in Fontana, CA. Hiring daily.  Call (909) 357-8295
  • NBC Universal, a Second Chance Employer will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories – is seeking a Social Media Editor, E! News & Online in Universal City, CA. indeed.com
  • Linden Lab, a Second Chance Employer will consider applicants with criminal histories for employment – is seeking a QA Engineer, SL Server in San Francisco, CA. indeed.com
  • Remix, a Second Chance Employer will consider applicants with criminal histories for employment – is seeking a Full Stack Engineer in San Francisco, CA. indeed.com
  • Unity Technologies, a Second Chance Employer will consider applicants with criminal histories for employment– is seeking a Senior Solution Engineer, AAA Gaming in San Francisco, CA. indeed.com
  • Roller Derby Skate Corporation – is seeking a Warehouse Receiving Clerk in Mira Loma, CA. $12.00/hr.  indeed.com
  • Monster Energy – is seeking an Event Warehouse Specialist in Rialto, CA. indeed.com
  • Meilo Creation, LLC – is seeking a Planning Assistant in Chino, CA. indeed.com
  • Montalvan’s Sales, Inc. – is seeking an Order Puller in Ontario, CA. $11.00/hr.  indeed.com
  • Home Chef – is seeking a Warehouse Associate in San Bernardino, CA. indeed.com
  • HD Supply – is seeking a Stocker in Pomona, CA. indeed.com
  • Michel Brothers, Inc. – is seeking a Warehouse Order Picker in Mira Loma, CA. $12.50/hr.  indeed.com
  • Work Force Enterprises – is seeking General Labor in Ontario, CA. $10.50-$12.50/hr.  indeed.com
  • Ashley Furniture Industries – is seeking a Warehouse Management Systems Specialist in Colton, CA. indeed.com
  • Le Saint Logistics – is seeking a Customer Service Rep in Fontana, CA. indeed.com
  • Resource Builder Materials – is seeking a Yard Stocker/Order Puller in Chino, CA. indeed.com
  • Siemens – is seeking a Production Worker in Pomona, CA. indeed.com
  • East Penn Manufacturing Co, (Delco Batteries) – is seeking a Warehouse Material Handler-Front Office in Ontario, CA. www.indeed.com
  • Seldat Staffing – is seeking General Labor in Fontana, CA. $10.50/hr.  indeed.com
  • Walmart – is seeking a Freight Handler in Chino, CA. indeed.com
  • Sabert – is seeking a Packer Trainee in Riverside, CA. indeed.com
  • La Surtidora, Inc. – is seeking a Grocery Clerk/Stocker in Bloomington, CA. $11.00-$12.00/hr.  indeed.com
  • United Natural Foods, Inc. – is seeking a Selector – Sign-on bonus $2,000.00, in Moreno Valley, CA. indeed.com
  • Truck Viva – is seeking a Warehouse Receiving/General Labor in Walnut, CA. indeed.com
  • Albertson’s – is seeking a Stocker Retail in Redlands, CA. indeed.com
  • Seldat Staffing – is seeking a Picking and Packing Worker in Walnut, CA. $11.00-$12.00/hr.  indeed.com
  • Signature Retail Services – is seeking a Retail Reset Merchandise and Installer & New Store Set Up in Riverside, CA. $15.00-$17.00/hr.  indeed.com
  • Leeper’s Stair Products – is seeking a Receiving & Inventory Control Person in Corona, CA. indeed.com
  • High Mountain Professional Solutions, Inc. – is seeking a Truck Unloader/Stocker in Chino, CA. $11.00/hr.  indeed.com
  • SJ Grigolla Construction – is seeking a Skilled Laborer/Cement Mason in La Verne, CA. $25.00/hr.  indeed.com
  • Albertson’s – is seeking a Clerk-Retail Receiving in Redlands, CA. indeed.com
  • Golden State Foods – is seeking a Warehouseman in Fontana, CA. indeed.com
  • DPI Specialty Foods – is seeking a Selector-Warehouse in Ontario, CA. indeed.com
  • Harris Rebar – is seeking a General Production Worker/Rebar Fabricator I in Pomona, CA. indeed.com
  • Centuri Construction Group – is seeking a Laborer-Road Paving in Chino, CA. indeed.com
  • NFI Industries – is seeking CDLA Local Yard Jockey Drivers in Chino, CA. indeed.com
  • Harbro, Inc. – is seeking an Asbestos Worker in Riverside, CA. indeed.com
  • Pepsi Co. – is seeking a Merchandiser in Temecula, Hemet, Lake Elsinore and Riverside, CA. $12.50/hr.  indeed.com
  • Chuck E Cheese – is seeking an Opening Coordinator in San Bernardino, CA. indeed.com
  • Mars – is seeking a Maintenance Lead in San Bernardino, CA. indeed.com
  • Exact Staff – is seeking a General Labor in San Bernardino, CA. $10.50/hr.  indeed.com
  • Mars – is seeking a Maintenance Worker II in San Bernardino, CA. indeed.com
  • Ability First – is seeking a Job Developer in Pasadena, CA. $15.00/hr.  indeed.com
  • Mauser – is seeking a General Labor (3rd shift) in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. indeed.com
  • DTI – is seeking a Copy/Scan Operator in Riverside, CA. indeed.com
  • Riggio Construction – is seeking a Bid Coordinator in Chino, CA. indeed.com
  • Complete Coach Works – is seeking General Labor-2nd shift in Riverside, CA. indeeed.com
  • WB Powell – is seeking a Wood Finisher in Norco, CA. indeed.com
  • Keenan & Associates – is seeking a Claims Manager in Riverside, CA. indeed.com
  • New Carbon’s Goldenmalted – is seeking Assembly General Labor in Brea, CA. indeed.com
  • Catalyst Forward – is seeking General Labor in the City of Industry, CA. $11.25/hr.  indeed.com
  • York Employment Services, Inc. – is seeking a General Labor Worker in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. indeed.com
  • Broadcom – is seeking a Manufacturing Engineer in Irvine, CA. indeed.com
  • Aramark – is seeking a Commissary Director-San Bernardino Commissary in Ontario, CA. indeed.com
  • 1st Choice Employment Solutions – is seeking a Warehouse Associate in Riverside, CA. $10.50-$11.00/hr.  indeed.com
  • Adecco: USA – is seeking General Labor in Ontario, CA.  indeed.com
  • Southern California Edison – is seeking a Senior Manager Test South East Division in Pomona, CA. indeed.com
  • Walter’s Wholesale Electric Co. – is seeking an Administrative Assistant-Energy Management Division in Brea, CA. indeed.com
  • Rex Staffing – is seeking a Lumper 3rd shift in Jurupa, CA. $11.00/hr.  indeed.com
  • Pepsi Co. – is seeking a Merchandiser in Baldwin Park, CA. indeed.com
  • Kimco Staffing – is seeking General Labor/Assembler in Moreno Valley, CA. $11.50/hr.  indeed.com
  • One Stop Employment Services – is seeking General Labor in Industry, CA. $12.00/hr.  indeed.com
  • Massage Envy – is seeking an Administrative Manager in Anaheim Hills, CA. indeed.com
  • Fed Ex Express – is seeking a P/T DOT Courier/Driver in Ontario, CA. $19.66/hr.  indeed.com
  • 18 Folds – is seeking a Kitchen Staff in Anaheim, CA. $12.50/hr.  indeed.com
  • Confidential Business – is seeking a Sales & Marketing Professional in Chino, CA. $50,000.00-$100,000.00k/yr.  indeed.com
  • QCB, Inc. – is Hiring Entry Level-Paid Training. $35,000.00-$60,000.00k/yr.  indeed.com
  • Southern California Edison – is seeking a Cashier-Bilingual (P/T) in San Bernardino, CA. indeed.com
  • Alternative Behavior Strategies, Inc. – is seeking an ABA Intake Specialist in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. indeed.com
  • San Bernardino Community College District – is seeking an Account Clerk II in San Bernardino, CA. $3,064.00-$3,725.00/mo.  indeed.com
  • ACV Web, Inc. – is seeking a Digital Marketing Manager in Riverside, CA. $40,000.00-$50,000.00k/yr.  indeed.com
  • Hub International – is seeking a Receptionist in Redlands, CA. indeed.com
  • TrueGreen Limited Partnership – is seeking a Sales Rep in Riverside, CA. $64,000.00k/yr.  indeed.com
  • Kaiser Permanente – is seeking an Admitting Rep (Temp) in Ontario, CA. indeed.com
  • Epic Management – is seeking an Appointment Clerk in Redlands, CA. indeed.com
  • Volunteers of America SW – is seeking a Claims Specialist in Rialto, CA. indeed.com
  • QCB, Inc. – is seeking a Public Relations Assistant-Entry Level in Upland, CA. $35,000.00-$60,000.00k/yr.  inded.com
  • California Dental Group – is seeking a Dental Front Office Operator in Riverside, CA. indeed.com
  • RGIS – is seeking a (P/T) Retail Inventory Associate in Ontario, CA. indeed.com
  • California State University San Bernardino – is seeking a Scheduling Coordinator in San Bernardino, CA. $37,380.00-$61,932.00k/yr.  indeed.com
  • CVMG – is seeking a Patient Relations-Front Office Worker in Fontana, CA. indeed.com
  • Providence Post-Acute – is seeking a Business Office Assistant in Ontario, CA. $15.00-$20.00/hr.  indeed.com
  • American Funding – is seeking an Inside Sales Rep (Client Advocate) in Irvine, CA. indeed.om
  • Next Generation Enterprises – is seeking an Event Assistant in San Bernardino, CA. indeed.com
  • Otimis Corp. – is seeking a Front Office Assistant in Riverside, CA. indeed.com
  • Sun Nest Services, LLC – is seeking a Customer Service Call Center Agent in Redlands, CA. $12.00/hr.  indeed.com
  • County of Riverside – is seeking a Park Graphic Arts illustrator in Jurupa, CA. $35,405.00-$55,776.00k/yr.  indeed.com
  • Comprehensive Pharmacy Services – is seeking a Pharmacy Clerk in Colton, CA. $11.00/hr.  indeed.com
  • Foster Children Support Services – is seeking a Front Desk Receptionist in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. indeed.com
  • Food Manufacturing & Sales – is seeking a Marketing Manager-Korean Bilingual in Ontario, CA. indeed.com
  • Interstate Battery Systems of Southern California – is seeking a Receptionist in San Bernardino, CA. indeed.com
  • Houghton Mifflin Harcourt – is seeking a Content Specialist in San Bernardino, CA. indeed.com
  • Fortune School of Education – is seeking a School Secretary in San Bernardino, CA. $16.67/hr.  indeed.com
  • U-Haul – is seeking a Transfer Driver in San Bernardino, CA. indeed.com
  • Capilarity, Inc. – is seeking a Data Entry Clerk in Fontana, CA. $10.50/hr.  Indeed.com
  • Animal Hospital – is seeking a Veterinary Tech in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. indeed.com
  • ADKAN Engineers – is seeking an Administrative Assistant/Front Desk Receptionist in Riverside, CA. indeed.com
  • Smith Marion & Co., LLP – is seeking a Receptionist in Redlands, CA. indeed.com
  • Common Securitization Solutions – is seeking a Data Entry Worker in Pasadena, CA. indeed.com
  • AOCE, Inc. – is seeking a Scheduler in March Air Reserve Base, CA. indeed.com
  • Valley Kia – is seeking a Receptionist/Office Assistant in Placentia, CA. indeed.com
  • Oasis Exhaust Service – is seeking a General Helper in Riverside, CA. $12.00/hr.  indeed.com
  • Future Energy Savers – is seeking a Solar Energy Consultant in Rancho Cucamonga, CA. $120.000.00-$180,000.00k/yr.  indeed.com
  • InnovAge – is seeking a Pharmacy Courier in San Bernardino, CA. indeed.com
  • Dignity Health – is seeking a Mental Health Worker in San Bernardino, CA. indeed.com
  • Kaiser Permanente – is seeking a Unit Secretary (Temp) in Fontana, CA. indeed.com
  • Car Tech, LLC – is seeking a CNC Machine Operator—2nd shift in Pomona, CA. $15.73/hr.  indeed.com
  • Re/Max Top Producers – is seeking a Front Desk Receptionist/Office Administrator in Chino, CA. indeed.com
  • Popcornopolis – is seeking a Roadshow Sales Manager in Pomona, CA. $15.00/hr.  indeed.com

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Letter to the Editor: A History Lesson on Tax Cuts

By Ralph Martire

To stimulate the U.S. economy to “levels you haven’t seen in many years”— President Trump is proposing to cut federal income taxes, for most folks in general, but predominately for really affluent families and mega-corporations. His proposal is so skewed to the wealthy that over the next 10 years, more than half of his multi-trillion-dollar tax cut will go to the wealthiest one percent. Big business does well too, gaining an estimated $4.1 trillion tax cut during the next decade. And that’s not the only justification offered for the president’s full-on, supply-side, tax cut. According to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), this tax cut will “create so much economic growth, it [will] begin to pay down the nation’s debt.” Which sounds too good to be true—because it is.

By now, every American who is objective or can-do math should know that the proposed supply-side tax cuts won’t work as promised. Why expect certain failure? First and foremost is something called “history.” Supply-side tax cuts have never worked as promised. Never. Second, focusing tax cuts on affluent individuals and corporations is not an effective way to stimulate private sector job growth—which pretty much explains why history has proven supply-side economic theory is bogus.

Start with history first. Top federal income tax rates for individuals were very high from the end of World War II through 1980—ranging from 90 to 72 percent. During that sequence, the U.S. economy grew at an average rate of 3.8 percent per year, in real, inflation-adjusted terms. Meanwhile income distribution slightly favored the top, with the wealthiest 10 percent realizing roughly 34 percent of all growth in income over that period, leaving 66 percent of income growth for the bottom 90 percent in earnings to share. Still, these were pretty good times, that included a strong middle class and real income growth for all earners.

Then came supply-side under President Reagan, who cut the top marginal income tax rate from north of 70 percent to 38.5 percent in 1981. President George W. Bush then cut the top rate down to 35 percent in 2001, while also cutting capital gains and dividend tax rates, which all primarily benefited the most affluent. That’s nearly four decades of supply-side. And the results ain’t pretty. In fact, average U.S. economic growth from the Reagan Administration through the end of George W. Bush’s second term was 2.8 percent annually after inflation. That’s one full percentage point lower than during the previous, high-tax era, and translates to about $150 billion less in annual economic activity. There was never any trickle-down effect. Meanwhile, income inequality became much worse, with more than all real growth in income going to the wealthiest 10 percent. Everyone else earned less after inflation in 2007 than in 1980. And because the promised economic growth never materialized, federal deficits exploded. 

Which should surprise no one, because tax cuts mostly benefiting businesses and affluent families can’t be expected to stimulate job growth. Here’s why: the economy is primarily, as in around 68 percent, consumer spending. Tax cuts for affluent folks won’t generate much new consumer spending—because individuals at the top of the ladder already have rapidly growing real incomes. In economic terms, they have a low “marginal propensity to consume,” that is, they are unlikely to spend any tax relief they get. No bump in consumer spending, no job growth. 

Business tax cuts also don’t incentivize job creation, because businesses only hire more workers when they actually need additional capacity to satisfy growing demand for whatever they sell. It makes no sense for a business to utilize tax relief to hire folks if there’s no work for them to do. Excess capacity is wasteful, and cuts profits. 

Which means there’s literally no reason to believe President Trump’s proposed tax cuts will stimulate the economy, and every reason to believe they’ll grow the national deficit.


Ralph Martire is executive director of the Center for Tax and Budget Accountability, a bipartisan fiscal policy think tank.