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San Fran Politician (Weiner) Imposing Dystopian Vision on All

San Fran Politician (Weiner) Imposing Dystopian Vision on All

  Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   Meet State Senator Scott Weiner (D) San Francisco who is arguably one of the most powerful legislators in Sacramento.  An immigrant to the Bay Area following an outstanding academic record on the East Coast including graduating from Duke and Harvard Law School, Weiner became a Senator […]

Gavin Newsom’s Fall From Grace

Gavin Newsom’s Fall From Grace

  Richard Eber, California Political News and Views When Gavin Newsom woke up on November 6, 2018 with 69.1% of the popular vote for Governor of California, he obtained the highest majority since Earl Warren was swept into office back in 1930. All indications showed that the two time San Francisco Mayor and Lt. Governor […]

20/20 New Year’s Resolutions

20/20 New Year’s Resolutions

  Richard Eber, California Political News and Views As the end of the first two decades of the century concludes, we hope the political environment in the next year will mirror the present strong economy that the Trump Administration has bestowed upon the American people. During his administration, of prosperity our State seems to be mired […]

The Bullet Train Should Not Be Grounded

The Bullet Train Should Not Be Grounded

  By Richard Eber The demise of California’s High Speed Rail Project is well known.  To discuss how this lost dream of offering Bullet Train service of 245 miles an hour from San Diego to the Bay Area, is beating a dead horse.  California’s Auditor General described the process as: “Flawed Decision Making and Poor […]

Impeach Santa Claus

Impeach Santa Claus

  By Richard Eber Fresh after their triumph impeaching President Donald Trump for Abuse of Power and Contempt of Congress, the Democratic leadership of the House of Representatives has decided to set their sights on even a bigger target. The latest individual Committee Chairman’s Jerrold Nadler and Adam Schiff have in their sights is no […]

Has America Lost its Sense of Humor?

Has America Lost its Sense of Humor?

  Richard Eber, California Political News and Views Towards the end of November  it was reported that while appearing on the reality TV program America’s Got Talent, comedian Jay Leno, a guest on the show, remarked  that a painting on the sets wall of Simon Cowell posing with his two dogs resembled items “on the menu at a Korean restaurant,”. This […]

Gavin Doesn’t Get It

Gavin Doesn’t Get It

  By Richard Eber No one has informed Gavin Newsom that the 2018 election is over. It is now time to stop blaming straw men for preventing him from properly administering the 5th largest economy in the world.  Just prior to the Thanks giving Holiday  Newsom sent out an email  which promised to enact stronger […]

I left my appetite in San Francisco

I left my appetite in San Francisco

  Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   This year San Francisco’s Mayor London Breed kick started the Holiday season by banning the sale of Turkey dinners in restaurants on Thanksgiving Day.  Naturally charitable organizations such as Glide Memorial or St Anthony’s, who serve free food to the poor, were exempted from the new regulations.  […]

California Overcome by Class Warfare

California Overcome by Class Warfare

  By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views Last week the media was inundated with stories about the horrendous massacre of 9 American citizens including 6 children in Mexico near the border with the United States. President Trump last Tuesday offered U.S. assistance as he called on our Southern neighbor to: “Wage war” against the […]

Dog and Pony Show Needs To End

Dog and Pony Show Needs To End

  By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views Like most internet junkies “Wikipedia” is my go to authority on just about everything. They define, Dog and pony show to be “a colloquial term which has come to mean a highly promoted, often over-staged performance, presentation, or event designed to sway or convince opinion for political, or less often, […]

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