Why should Congress be exempted from ‘Obamacare’ and not you?

“If “Obamacare”is hurting people, & it is, why shouldn’t it hurt the insurance companies & why should Congress not be paying what the public pays?” President Donald Trump tweeted. Trump wants to remove privileged taxpayer subsidies to members of Congress, their staffs and insurance companies, at least until they pass something on health care. Each […]

The North American Union is on the table, again

Those of us who have taught international issues for decades have something to offer those who have not. Internationalism, new world order, world order and globalism are synonyms for world government. Other terms such as inter-nationalization, multilateral, politicization, integration, free trade, commonality, convergence, unification, harmonization and open borders are often used in conjunction with these synonyms […]

Community Hall Update

Dear Editor, I am writing to you to give you an important update on the Community Hall. Just over two years ago, our board took over the running of the Anza Community Hall. As president, I had 4 primary goals that I wanted to achieve. First and foremost, we needed to fix the numerous failures […]

NAFTA: ‘No deal is better than a bad deal’

Much of why Donald Trump is president is because of the North American Free Trade Agreement, which always has been disastrous for the trades. Democratically controlled unions and their politicians were for it when signed into law by former President Bill Clinton, and without union support it would not be law. Big corporations and globalists […]

Trump may only repeal ‘Obamacare’

For eight years Republicans promised to repeal “Obamacare” when they had the power. None had voted for it. The word replace was never used. Senator Ted Cruz was the only presidential candidate promising to repeal it “day one.” But when Republicans got the power, they broke this promise. President Donald Trump had promised to “repeal and […]

When patriotism becomes mostly seasonal

Following our annual celebration of the Fourth of July, sometimes reflection is helpful. A week before this holiday everyone dons a patriotic tie. A week later few do. This inconsistent behavior is seasonal patriotism. The event comes and goes; essentially, the colors red, white, and blue are popular for a day, and then out. You might even be viewed […]

God referenced five times in the Declaration of Independence

It always amazes me when otherwise intelligent people are unable to find evidence of God in our governing documents. The Declaration of Independence, the signing of which we commemorate July 4th, alone has five references to God – two in the first paragraph, one in the middle and two in the last. It begins, “When in […]

Getting out of the United Nations

I remember when grade schools promoted UNICEF by asking students to raise money while trick-or-treating every Halloween. In fact, looking back the United Nations was always treated favorably in school. I never heard a negative comment in my university experience either. Out of school, when I was able to control what I read, the literature […]

Globalism and climate control merge

The first billionaire in U.S. history was John D. Rockefeller. He and J. P. Morgan dominated late 19th and early 20th centuries’ economic and political history, even more so after they teamed up to create the Council on Foreign Relations in 1921, which quickly became the most powerful political special interest group in U.S. history. Recently, I […]

The most influential man in post-World War II history

Harold Pease, Ph. D. Special to Anza Valley Outlook The most influential individual in post-World War II history had a hand in creating the United Nations, even donating the property for the building in 1946. No one has had greater claim to influence since then. By the mid-70s, he owned dominating interests in The New […]

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