Delving into Hillary’s past

Hillary Clinton’s refusal to use government secured servers and a government email address, opting instead for her own unsecured home server as Secretary of State, is now criticized by Democrats and Republicans alike. Did she not know, or worse care, that as Secretary of State every enemy, terrorist, or even sometimes-friendly countries would attempt to […]

The case that could bring down Obamacare

By Harold Pease, Ph. D. Special to the Anza Valley Outlook In the case referred to as King V. Burwell, Virginia plaintiffs consisting of four taxpayers and three employers, have sued the federal government over the Affordable Care Act (ACA) or Obamacare.  A favorable ruling by the Supreme Court could end Obamacare in 34 states. […]

Republican traitors?

The New York Daily News, March 10, unleashed a firestorm with its front-page depiction of the 47 Republican U.S. Senators who signed a letter to Iran reminding it that Iran’s agreement with President Barack Obama still had to be reviewed, and approved by them. In giant letters crossing the bottom of the page was the […]

Don’t mess with the internet

It is difficult to say what mans’ greatest crowning technological achievement has been but it is likely the Internet, which emerged and operates without a central governing body—just like most everything in a free society.

Past global warming predictions mostly hot air

Billed as the storm of the year, and perhaps of the decade or 21st century, tens of millions of people from Philadelphia-to-Boston scurried home before the 50 to 75 mph snow-blowing icy winds over took them. Authorities banned travel on all streets in New York City and violators, who lingered too long, could be fined $300.

Free Speech Zones on Bundy Ranch Violated First Amendment

Perhaps the most offensive display at the Bundy Ranch Standoff was the posting by the BLM representatives of a sign FIRST AMENDMENT AREA for protestors April 1.  This coming days before the standoff certainly demonstrated their foreknowledge of impending opposition.   An expandable red plastic three-foot-high wall encircled the area.  In other words, those verbalizing disagreement […]

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