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The Culture Wars Not Good For SoCal Biz

The Culture Wars Not Good For SoCal Biz

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views The Rams and Chargers came to Los Angeles, just in time to join the cultural wars, the New American Civil War.  While they may feel good about promoting hatred and bigotry, feel good about misrepresenting history and the current Rules of laws—the public, by not watching […]

Renounce Your Citizenship

Renounce Your Citizenship

By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views The last time I checked, ‘Separate but equal” pertained to discriminatory laws against African Americans.  Segregated rest rooms, dining facilities, and use of public services (like riding in the back of the bus, those of color had to endure. This all changed, at least on paper with the monumental Supreme Court […]

First Amendment threatened by PC Culture

First Amendment threatened by PC Culture

By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   In  the politically correct world among Progressives, “if one person is offended, we all are.”  With this so called enlightened Three Musketeers vision of society, the group is intent on  tearing down statues, edit  the English language to remove offensive words, and of course  rewrite American history […]

Law Firm “Science Organization” to Sue to Make Coffee/French Fries More Expensive

Law Firm “Science Organization” to Sue to Make Coffee/French Fries More Expensive

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views You might have seen the AP story, the LA Times story, the story on KSBY in San Luis Obispo for example that a lawsuit is going through the courts claiming that an ingredient in coffee and McDonalds French fries could cause cancer.  The organization has a typical radical […]

Tax Relief?  Fair/Easier and Lower Taxation?  Sign the Petition

Tax Relief?  Fair/Easier and Lower Taxation?  Sign the Petition

    by Stephen Frank, California Political News and Views How do we get the money to invest in jobs?  By bringing back the money from overseas that is parked in order to save U.S. corporations massive tax bills.  Somewhere between $2.6 and 3 trillion is held in others nations.  Ireland has a 12% corporate […]

Radical leftists suck up power void in California

Radical leftists suck up power void in California

 . By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   Following the forced resignation of twice elected Republican Contra Costa County District Attorney Mark Peterson, the Board of Supervisors has the job of appointing a successor to fill his remaining term. Giving their recommendation to fill the post was a so called non partisan group of community […]

Public Wi-Fi proposal gets lukewarm reception in Thousand Oaks

Public Wi-Fi proposal gets lukewarm reception in Thousand Oaks

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Thousand Oaks in Ventura County is having severe budget problems.  Tens of millions in deferred maintenance.  A doubling of the mandatory CalPRS contribution.  High union wages—and revenues that are not growing.  Now someone has decided it would be a good idea for this financially troubled city […]

Searching for Solutions to SoCal’s Housing Crisis, YIMBYs Say ‘Yes’ to Development

Searching for Solutions to SoCal’s Housing Crisis, YIMBYs Say ‘Yes’ to Development

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views In the 1990’s and early part of this century, the NIMBY’s ran housing policy—now we have a shortage of housing, a shortage of affordable housing and governments in California are looking at massive projects, high density—and creating total gridlock.  The pendulum has swung and now the […]

Capitalism Dissected at new museum

Capitalism Dissected at new museum

, By Richard Eber,  California Political News and Views   When curiosity got the best of me and a visit was made to the newly opened Museum of Capitalism in Oakland, museumofcapitalism.org, I was expecting a Marxist sing-a-long.  This perception was dead wrong.  Communism was barely mentioned in the exhibits which dealt primarily with the history of capitalism […]

Identity politics is a losing strategy

Identity politics is a losing strategy

  By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   “I’m falling and I can’t get up” is the battle cry heard late at night for those of us who suffer from insomnia. During these moments, we turn on cable TV to sooth our nerves. In this enactment, an old women collapses and cannot fend for herself. […]

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