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Will it Take “Mouth to Mouth” Remedies to Resuscitate the GOP?

Will it Take “Mouth to Mouth” Remedies to Resuscitate the GOP?

  By Richard Eber It does not take a rocket scientist to see that the Republican Party in California is floundering. With registration of eligible voters hovering at the 20% range, this once proud organization appears to be suffering from a bad case of “benign neglect’.  Signs of former Republicans becoming independent s or joining […]

GOP In Turmoil

GOP In Turmoil

  Richard Eber, California Political News and Views A couple years following my attendance to the Republican Convention, it was my conclusion, “I was expecting with Donald Trump’s victory last fall, this place would be a hot bed of political activism. Was this reporter ever wrong? The GOP confab reminded me of a 1950’s costume […]

Commentary | A California Republican Who Can Win Elections

Commentary | A California Republican Who Can Win Elections

  By Richard Colman Assemblywoman Catherine Baker (R-San Ramon) knows how to do what many California Republicans don’t know how to do: win elections. Ms. Baker represents California’s 16th Assembly District (16th AD), which includes such cities as Orinda, Lafayette, Danville, San Ramon, Alamo, Pleasanton, and Livermore. The district also includes 82 percent of Walnut […]

Commentary | Vince Lombardi and California Republican Politics

Commentary | Vince Lombardi and California Republican Politics

  By Richard Colman   Do you Remember Vince Lombardi, the great football coach? Lombardi once said:  “Winning isn’t the thing; winning is the only thing.” Lombardi was not a philosopher, but he did have a great philosophy. When a business has a product that doesn’t sell, the firm can drop the product or make […]