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California Democrats Should Stop Whining

California Democrats Should Stop Whining

  By Richard Colman So they win.  For years, they have had supermajorities in both houses of the California state legislature.  They support a “green” environment.  They want an “ethnic balance” in housing, schools, and the workplace. “They” are the Democratic Party of California. The old Democratic Party was the one that gave us such […]

Victor Davis Hanson Reveals The Nature of History, Politics and The Left

Victor Davis Hanson Reveals The Nature of History, Politics and The Left

Victor Davis Hanson joins Dave Sussman at the Whiskey Politics “Malibu Studio” where they discuss whether America is in a new civil war, illegal immigration, Mexico, NAFTA, Europe, the FBI, cronyism, the Left going Lefter, California splitting, and the increasingly overwhelming news cycle. VDH answers questions from Ricochet Members and Whiskey Politics Facebook fans in […]

Twisted Political Petitions Threaten Democracy

Twisted Political Petitions Threaten Democracy

  By Rich Eber I am being hit up on my cell phone and email by those attempting to garner my signature on so called petitions.  In reality these pleas are blatant attempts to solicit contributions to a political candidate or cause. Even dolling out few bucks makes me feel like a philanthropist hanging out […]

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | No Coke, Pepsi!

L. Neil Smith’s The Libertarian Enterprise | No Coke, Pepsi!

  by L. Neil Smith It says here that David Koch is retiring. In case you don’t know, he is the younger of two oil billionaire brothers associated with the libertarian movement who bankrolled the Cato Institute, and whom “progressives” love to hate, automatically blaming them for what little they don’t blame Donald Trump for. Genuine libertarians and conservatives […]

Political Parties Should Say What They Mean | The Libertarian Party Does

Political Parties Should Say What They Mean | The Libertarian Party Does

  by Thomas L. Knapp Orlando, Florida, 2016, at the Libertarian Party’s national convention: “Jim Fulner (MI) moved that we adopt the following resolution: ‘Be it resolved, taxation is theft.’ Following debate, the resolution was adopted by a voice vote.” Thus making a slogan much-loved by radical libertarians, and a claim implicit in the party’s […]

Eber: An overdue time-out needed by American Society

Eber: An overdue time-out needed by American Society

    By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views,   Rueben Foster is a linebacker for the San Francisco 49ers. At the present time his immediate future with the team and perhaps with the entire league is in jeopardy because of an alleged domestic violence complaint from an ex girlfriend. She went to the police […]

Eber: “It’s the money stupid”

Eber: “It’s the money stupid”

    By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   Last week, I received an email from an organization called Fight for Reform.com that asked me to support a constitutional amendment to overturn The Citizens United decision of the Supreme Court that gave Political Action Committees (PACS) the ability to donate unlimited amounts of money to influence local, state and national […]

Instead of Arguing Online, Political Foes Are Coming Together Over Food to ‘Make America Dinner Again’

Instead of Arguing Online, Political Foes Are Coming Together Over Food to ‘Make America Dinner Again’

When the presidential race came to an end in November 2016, Justine Lee and Tria Chang were both saddened by the amount of political divisiveness that showed up on their social media news feed. Instead of joining in on the online arguments, however, the friends wanted to bring people together in person so they could […]

Veterans in Politics: It’s Not About Honor

Veterans in Politics: It’s Not About Honor

  by Thomas L. Knapp The Atlantic’s Ronald Brownstein reports that a new political organization, With Honor, “has launched a major effort to elect to the House more recent military veterans who commit to working across party lines. … a bipartisan core of House Members who are inclined to seek common ground, whatever their personal […]

Why Are Democrats Cleaning The Sexual Morass Now?

Why Are Democrats Cleaning The Sexual Morass Now?

  By Girdis Eckstein I remember Bill Clinton’s sexual misdeeds. I remember Hillary’s defenses and I remember well the total silence of the feminist establishment about the whole matter. We also must remember Senator Kirsten Gillibrand’s silence, as an academic then and now, as a senator. Remember her total support of Hillary Clinton, defender of […]

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