John Rothmann on how the GOP state convention reveals the sad state of the the party weeks before the November election.
Ed Baxter reports the Bay Area News Group has endorsed Jerry Brown even though it doesn’t agree with some of his major campaign issues. Baxter asks if that makes sense.
John Rothmann discusses that weeks before the mid-term elections, President Obama is unhappy with the head of the Democratic National Committee and that is not good news for the Democrats.
John Rothmann talks about the fact Hillary Clinton has several problems as she pursues the presidency, one key problem is that Bill Clinton needs to remember that Hillary is the candidate.
John Rothmann talks about how Hillary made her first trip to Iowa, with Bill at her side, since her defeat in the 2008 caucus. The big news is that she will announce her intentions in January.
Stan Burford talks about how recent studies show that the Department of Defense owns over $800 million dollars of buildings and land and they don’t know where all of it is or how it’s being used.
John Rothmann talks about how a five year old F.D.R. met President Grover Cleveland at the White House and Cleveland made a wish for the boy that did not come true.
John Rothmann says the petition to break California into six states has failed.
If Hillary Clinton is not the nominee in 2016, why not Joe Biden? John Rothmann says one never knows what the future holds and Joe Biden is keeping his options open.
John Rothmann discusses how foreign policy will be front and center this week but the days of bipartisan foreign policy seem to be long gone.
John Rothmann talks about the debate between Brown and Kashkari and how it has come and gone with little impact. It will probably be the only face-to-face meeting in this campaign and we are all the losers if that is true.
John Rothmann on how the GOP is counting on social issues to mobilize their base for the November elections.
John Rothmann discusses how Labor Day marks the traditional start of campaign season. Control of the Senate is at stake and Obama is not going to key red states.
John Rothmann on how it is bad news for President Obama and the Democrats in California according to the Field Poll. California ought to be supporting President Obama, but the news is not good for the White House.
Labor Day marks the traditional start of campaign season. Control of the Senate is at stake and Obama is not going to key red states. George Bush faced the same problem in 2006. With presidential popularity sagging not campaigning in key states is a reality.
John Rothmann talks about how the fun is just beginning for political junkies and Romney, Clinton and Obama are all in the political mix. The 2014 campaign is just a prelude to the 2016 campaign.
John Rothmann talks about Charlie Crist, once a Republican, who is now the Democratic nominee for governor of Florida. Crist is not the first to switch his political affiliation.
John Rothmann talks about how Paul Ryan is urging Romney to run for president in 2016. The Republicans may have the “dream” ticket for 2016 with Romney and Ryan again!
John Rothmann looks at the Nixon defense and says John Dean’s book is really an indictment of Richard Nixon. A day-by-day accounting of Watergate.
John Rothmann says the media has blown up the rift between Clinton and Obama. Rothmann says there is history of candidates separating themselves from the incumbent.
Barbara Simpson and John Rothmann debate gun rights, Second Amendment, Jim Brady, gun licensing like an automobile.
John Rothmann says the mid-term election will have impact on the Supreme Court and how the President can hope to be effective.
John Rothmann talks about lessons learned from the primaries for the Tea Party and the future of our country.
John Rothmann remembers Richard Nixon’s resignation 40 years ago. Rothmann details some of the ironies of his administration.
Mike Huckabee is thinking about running for President and he believes President Barack Obama should be impeached. Sarah Palin has called for impeachment.
John Rothmann details events that led in part to the impeachment of Richard Nixon. Rothmann says if the GOP had the scruples of M. Caldwell Butler it would not talk about impeaching Barack Obama.
John Rothmann says Mitt Romney can be a candidate for the GOP in 2016. The polls show him to be the favorite although Romney says he won’t run.
The Republicans go ahead with a suit against the President. John Rothmann talks about this extraordinary action.
John Rothmann talks about coins that are minted during political campaigns. He has the John F. Kennedy and Ben Franklin coins.
33% of Americans want Barack Obama impeached. John Rothmann points out about the same number wanted to impeach George W Bush, and Bill Clinton and that impeachment is a political act.
Barbara Simpson discusses the fundraising that President Obama is doing. Fundraising in Seattle, San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Barbara Simpson says the President has been ignoring high profile Republicans regarding the Immigration issue. Simpson says Obama needs to respond to Arizona governor Jan Brewer.
John Rothmann discusses subsidies given in the Affordable Care Act. Judges have ruled on ObamaCare in two separate conflicting opinions leading to the US Supreme Court.
Barbara Simpson says the investigation into Bowe Bergdahl hasn’t reached any conclusion. Simpson says Gitmo is a farce.
Barbara Simpson complains that many undocumented workers should have the same standards for obtaining drivers licenses. Simpson says many illegals can’t read road signs and tests.
Texas Governor Rick Perry has deployed the National Guard to the Texas/Mexico border. John Rothmann states this is a shot at President Barack Obama.
John Rothmann analyzes the California political scene and the aging Governor, Senators and local politicians.
John Rothmann discusses the implications of the Malyasian Airlines crash. It has an affect on AIDs research.
John Rothmann and Ed Baxter discuss the news of the Malaysian Airliner shot down over the Ukraine. John says it is the work of Russian militants.
John Rothmann says climate change is real and the President has called for action. President Obama to deal with climate change.
Barbara Simpson says the idea of free pot in Berkeley is mind-blowing. She says the idea of free medical marijuana for the poor is a bad idea.
John Rothmann talks about Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats fighting for control of the House. He feels it may be the way to make Congress act.
John Rothmann says Hamas is a terrorist organization. John Kerry is disappointed Hamas has rejected peace plan.
John Rothmann talks about about the ballot initiative to split California into six states. Rothmann says it is a goofy idea.
John Rothmann talks about Berkeley and its ban on cell phones. He says there is need for more research.
John Rothmann says our wide open borders lead to problems in both immigration and terrorism. Experts are worried about a new direction for terrorism.
John Rothmann discusses a very disturbing statement regarding Hebron bombing. Palestinians want Israel to not exist and stop the rockets from falling.
Bill Wattenburg discusses the Federal Government effectively closing down Drakes Bay Oyster Farm. He says he will fight to help save it.
John Rothmann discusses Secretary of State John Kerry brokering the presidency of Afghanistan. It will affect the Middle East.
John Rothmann says Mitt Romney may look very attractive to the Republican Party. Do the Republicans have a viable candidate for the 2016 election?