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Commentary: Wait till Next Year

Commentary: Wait till Next Year

By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   When I was growing up and the baseball and football seasons ended, the teams I rooted for never won a championship. To sooth my disappointment my Dad always told me “wait till next year” This counseling was enough to obliterate the blues as life moved on. This […]

CJ Editor’s Novel – Advance book review: Chilling Dystopian novel brings ‘1984’ to the Present

CJ Editor’s Novel – Advance book review: Chilling Dystopian novel brings ‘1984’ to the Present

By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views, Editor’s Note:  The book will be available in Spring 2018 at your favorite bookseller. Check  debratash.com for updates. In real life author Debra Tash is a friendly, kind, and affable person who fits the definition of what one would like in a friend.  But put her behind a word […]

Eber: Progressive Coalition leader reaches for the stars

Eber: Progressive Coalition leader reaches for the stars

    By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   Picture a world where Kamala Harris, Gavin Newsom, and Kevin De Leon are considered to be moderate or even conservative Progressives.  Meet Gayle McLaughlin of Richmond who is campaigning to become the next Lt. Governor of California in next year’s election. Following a 12 year stint on the City Council […]

The “Single Serve” Revolution

The “Single Serve” Revolution

By Richard Eber The days are long gone of Juan Valdez praising the attributes of Columbian coffee or patrons at 5 star restaurants thinking they were being served high end product when consuming Folgers Chrystal’s. We are currently living in a society where consumers are demanding convenience and quality with their cup of morning “Joe”. […]

Eber: Diane Feinstein for U.S. Senate

Eber: Diane Feinstein for U.S. Senate

.   By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   At this juncture of the race for the U.S. Senate in 2016 Incumbent Diane Feinstein has my endorsement. Even though the horses have barely left the stable, this is an easy decision to make as voters in the Golden State are faced with a choice between the […]

Eber: Regrettably, I Miss Bill Clinton

Eber: Regrettably, I Miss Bill Clinton

.   By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   If I were advertising in the personal section of the local newspaper for an individual to become President of the United States my message would be: Self starter with thin skin desired for candidate to be CEO of the United States. Man or Women OK. […]

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 […]

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 […]

Hurricanes bring unity to a splintered nation

Hurricanes bring unity to a splintered nation

. By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   I have a small confession to make. It might sound a bit bizarre but I enjoy hurricanes; especially the ones that bring havoc and considerable destruction. The same applies for earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. All of these force majeure, acts of God or nature, seem to […]

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