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How Low Can Public Education Get?

How Low Can Public Education Get?

    By Richard Eber When referring to the current public education system in California as being “Marxist Lite”, I am sadly mistaken.  In the old Soviet Union and today’s China children spend long hours both in class and at home doing homework to further their academic achievement. Totalitarian governments know that promoting literacy is […]

Eber | Christmas Circa 2020

Eber | Christmas Circa 2020

    By Richard Eber I’m dreaming of Covid-19 free Christmas Just like the green one I never knew With birds chirping while no carbon footprints are lurking Smog in Bakersfield is not making pathways in the sky I’m dreaming of a P.C. holiday season Just like the proper one I never knew Where diversity […]

Eber: Steve Frank for Republican Party Chair

Eber: Steve Frank for Republican Party Chair

Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   As Covid-19 stricken 2020 unceremoniously starts to wind down, Republicans in California look to the future.  If the past is any indication it is more gloom and doom as Democrats control every State office from Governor to US Senator along with Super Majorities in both houses of the […]

Solving the Homeless Problem – Part 2

Solving the Homeless Problem – Part 2

    By Richard Eber As the Holiday season proceeds during times of Covid-19, dealing with Homelessness is a topic of great concern in California and the rest of the United States. The $ 64,000 question everywhere seems to be what can be done to deal with this epidemic which is sweeping the nation. While […]

Making California Great Again

Making California Great Again

    By Richard Eber In the aftermath of the Presidential election of 2020, I have never been prouder to be a member of the Republican Party.  Unlike other times where there might have been some misgivings on my part pertaining to the qualifications of individual candidates, this time there was no doubt whom I […]

CA. GOP Guilty of “Political Malpractice”

CA. GOP Guilty of “Political Malpractice”

    By Richard Eber With the likes of Kamala Harris, Gavin Newsom, Toni Adkins, Scott Weiner, Lorena Gonzales, and the rest of the Progressive politicians dominating politics in California, a good case can be made for The Golden State taking over from Claxton Georgia for being the fruit cake capital of the world. Not so […]

Things I Don’t Understand

Things I Don’t Understand

    By Richard Eber At the risk of sounding like Andy Rooney or perhaps Howard Biel in Network, I am perplexed at the number of things I don’t understand these days. It goes beyond how come it is easy for characters in movies to hot wire cars when they don’t have a key while […]

Wine Making- The New Racist Hate Crime

Wine Making- The New Racist Hate Crime

    By Richard Eber I’m a little bit frustrated.  It seems everything I write or do in my life is being analyzed by Progressive politicians as being racist or politically incorrect. Even the hobby of wine making enjoyed by me for 28 years is being challenged by the Left for excluding African Americans from […]

Jewish Vote in USA Defies Reality

Jewish Vote in USA Defies Reality

    By Richard Eber Twenty Seven (27) years is a long time for a friendship, marriage, or holding a job with a single employer, to last.  It is also lengthy period for a family to belong a church or synagogue. That is why I was shocked that after more than a quarter century, close […]

Why Democrats are poised to win in November

Why Democrats are poised to win in November

  By Richard Eber As the Democratic National Convention unfolds this week from Cyber Space, I am becoming increasingly cynical about the prospects for a conservative victory in November.  Unlike four years ago, the momentum seems to be on the Progressive side of the political ledger. Kamala Harris, a strong supporter of the Green New […]