Home » Posts tagged with » Politics

Draining the” sewer” as opposed to the “swamp”

Draining the” sewer” as opposed to the “swamp”

.   Richard Eber, California Political News and Views, With all the revelations coming to light about possible sexual indiscretions that transpired in the lives of celebrities and politicians, it is difficult not to feel guilty about something.  Whether we are Al Franken, Bill O’Reilly, Judge Moore, Bill Cosby, or Jesse Jackson, women are coming out […]

Trump’s failing revolution

Trump’s failing revolution

    By Scot Faulkner President Trump made draining Washington’s Swamp the centerpiece of his Presidency. The swamp is winning.  Its RINOgators are on the verge of destroying the Trump Presidency.  Trump’s Executive Branch is now running on empty. His appointment process is the slowest since Jimmy Carter in 1977. He recently defended his depleted […]

Could It Be That Both Parties Are Doomed?

Could It Be That Both Parties Are Doomed?

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Thanks to Donald Trump, the GOP is no longer that of the Establishment—and they admit it! From Politico, “Neither of the two Republican former presidents voted for Mr. Trump — the father voted for Hillary Clinton and the son voted for ‘none of the above,’ as he […]

Commentary: How to remember the Las Vegas massacre   

Commentary: How to remember the Las Vegas massacre   

    By Mel Mann                                                                                   I began my Monday morning the same as most, a […]

Privacy and Politics: The Hypocrisy of the Surveillance Statists

Privacy and Politics: The Hypocrisy of the Surveillance Statists

. by Thomas L. Knapp The New York Times reports that at least six members of the Trump administration used personal email accounts to discuss White House matters. Given president Donald Trump’s campaign and post-campaign harping (as the Times puts it) on former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s illegal use of a private server and […]

Democrats’ road to winning back the House goes through California, and it won’t be as easy as it seems

Democrats’ road to winning back the House goes through California, and it won’t be as easy as it seems

Democrats intent on taking back the House in 2018 have settled on a key strategy: focusing on the 23 districts nationwide where voters chose Republicans for Congress last year but favored Democrat Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump for the presidency. Seven of those seats are in California, and Democrats must win at least a few […]

The Reforms Trump Will Push at the UN

The Reforms Trump Will Push at the UN

President Donald Trump, a Republican and lifelong businessman who criticized the United Nations as a candidate, has common ground with the U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, who spent much of his political life in socialist politics. “The president has always believed there is great potential in the United Nations,” @NikkiHaley says. Both are demanding reform to […]

Steve Frank Editorial: Y2K/Solar Eclipse Hysteria Equals=Anarchy in 2017

Steve Frank Editorial: Y2K/Solar Eclipse Hysteria Equals=Anarchy in 2017

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views People and government get hysteria over little things, issues that do not matter or that they are ignorant about.  The world did not end on January 1, 2000—and the world is still working even after the recent solar eclipse.  We go crazy over junk science, spending […]

Walters: Could uptick in California crime make it a political issue again?

Walters: Could uptick in California crime make it a political issue again?

  . By Stephen Frank, California Political News and Views The first purpose of government is to protect its citizens from enemies foreign and domestic.  In these times, due to terrorist attacks with cars, breakins and bombs, it is even more important to keep the bad people in prison.  But, not in California—we have, by voters […]

CNN makes journalist crazier

CNN makes journalist crazier

 . By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   Benin in the heart of West Africa on a two week business trip. There are worse places to be. The people are friendly and anxious to please. The food is excellent thanks in part to the positive influence from being a former colony of France. Health […]

Page 1 of 12123Next ›Last »