The Election of November 2010

10/07/10 by John Eberhard Here are my recommendations on how to vote in the elections next month. Vote Republican at all levels President Obama, Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi and the heavy Democratic Party Congressional majorities in both the House and Senate, have gone all out over the past 19 months […] Read more »

CA Primary Recommendations 2010

06/05/10 By John Eberhard The CA primary election is Tuesday, June 8th. I think this is one of the most important election years in our lifetime, in that it will determine whether the Obama-Reid-Pelosi secular-socialist-statist political machine will be allowed to continue to impose their radical socialist agenda on us. […] Read more »

Scott Brown, Obama, and 2010

01/23/10 by John Eberhard After Republican Scott Brown’s stunning upset in the special election to fill the Massachusetts Senate seat long held by Teddy Kennedy, President Barack Obama gave an interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos.   Obama said “One thing that I regret this year is that we were so […] Read more »

Sarah Palin Re-Energizing Conservatives

09/06/08 During this Presidential election cycle, the Republican candidate I least wanted to see nominated was John McCain. McCain has many fine qualities, but he has done many things over the years that have had the opposite effect from endearing him to conservatives (like amnesty for illegal aliens for starters). […] Read more »

Election 2006

By John Eberhard 11/01/06 The election is only a week away and so I thought I would offer an analysis of the general election season and of the races and propositions in California. First of all, as I mentioned in my last article, this is an important election because control […] Read more »

The Election and 2004 in Retrospect

by John Eberhard 12/28/04 Now that the most tumultuous election season in many a year is over, I thought it would be good to take a look at what happened and what it meant. The Democratic Party in Disarray One of the inescapable conclusions from this election is that the […] Read more »

The Presidential Election – Part I

by John Eberhard 10/10/04 One of the most interesting things in this election has been the extremely polarized attitudes of some of my friends and associates towards the candidates and their positions. This article will be the first of several that I will send before the election, to try to […] Read more »