Hillary Clinton after Whitewater

The last few months have been full of Hillary intrigue; most recently her use of her own home server to house some of our most sensitive national security secrets as Secretary of State in opposition to the Federal Records Act.  Now the Clintons’ report it to have been wiped clean (perhaps yet another scandal) presumably […]

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 […]

No Child Left Behind up for reauthorization

Harold Pease, Ph. D Special to the Anza Valley Outlook No Child left Behind, the signature legislation of the George W. Bush Administration is now up for re-authorization. Senator Lamar Alexander of Tennessee and chairman of the Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions overseeing this review, said recently that he wanted to “put the […]

Put me in charge of the welfare state

The national debt now exceeds 18 trillion dollars, almost half added during the Barack Obama administration alone, and is increased by three to four billion every day and neither major political party nor network is talking about it as a national emergency. Who is slated to repay this crippling, gigantic burden—our children—the unborn or those […]

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.

Praise the presidents, but oppose their message

Presidents’ Day, combining birthdays of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln for a national holiday, was designed to honor the contributions of both but, though we heap praise upon each, we ignore their messages. Washington’s primary message for posterity can be found in his famous Farewell Address just prior to his leaving office.

Read AEC Washington, D. C. Tour Competitors’ winning letters

As reported earlier, two high school juniors, Aaron Adams from Hamilton High School and Rebecca Canaday from Julian Charter School, have won an all-expense-paid trip this summer to Washington, D.C. complements of Anza Electric Co-op. They received the trips based on their winning essays written in letter form to one of the area’s representatives.

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