Trump wants states to pay more for infrastructure

President Donald Trump has promised to spend a trillion dollars on infrastructure, but he wants to leverage this money to provide the extra from the states and cities to make their projects possible and not have the federal government pay the whole thing. This way he gets the most bang for the federal buck. Whether Trump understands […]

Race baiting dominates the news

In 20 minutes of casual news scanning on just one network, I found five news items dealing with race baiters – those who see racism in everything. They appear to want to rewrite U.S. history emphasizing white oppression. Here is what I learned. At the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, students, notably the Black Law Students Association, […]

Why ‘hate speech’ is, and should remain, constitutional

Alexander Hamilton once wrote, “The sacred rights of mankind are not to be rummaged for, among old parchments or musty records. They are written, as with a sun beam in the whole volume of human nature, by the hand of the divinity itself and can never be erased or obscured by mortal power.” One such right […]

Constitution Day is largely a forgotten holiday

Constitution Day was Sunday, Sept. 17, arguably the most forgotten designated day in America. The mainstream media will say nothing of it. No parades or city council proclamations; nothing of it in the week prior in university classes. No three-day weekend, beer busts or barbecues in its favor. It is as though it never happened. Probably not one in […]

Trump returns power to Congress over illegal immigration

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program created in 2012 by executive order by former President Barack Obama was 100 percent unconstitutional; he knew it when he did it, as does everyone who seriously studies the Constitution. He broke the law. Separation of powers, with one body making the law, another enforcing it and a […]

An open letter to Anza Electric Cooperative members asks, ‘how perfect are we?’

As a member-owned electric service provider, Anza Electric Cooperative is committed to delivering the most reliable utility services at the lowest possible cost to those we serve. Our goal is perfect service with perfect reliability. How do we measure our performance? How close to perfection are we? There are many metrics available in our industry […]

‘The Constitution is a shield from the tyranny of the majority’

“The Constitution is a shield from the tyranny of the majority,” U.S. District Federal Judge Roger Benitez said late in June when he blocked one of the most horrific laws yet to damage the 2nd Amendment to the Bill of Rights – even in California dominated by one political party and one political ideology. A California referendum, […]

ConnectAnza offers high speed, affordable internet

ConnectAnza offers high speed, affordable internet

Living in a rural community has its fair share of problems. While I love the country life one of the things I had to go without was fast, efficient and affordable internet connection. Until now, that is. Thanks to ConnectAnza high-speed fiber optic internet service that problem has become a thing of the past. I […]

The constitutionality of escalating war in Afghanistan

Few presidential candidates in the last seven years have campaigned more for pulling out of Afghanistan than President Donald Trump, so his decision to escalate the war in Afghanistan, 16 years after it began, is a shock to many who are tired of the globalist no-win and perpetual warfare, and in part voted for him […]

I fear going to college

Student unrest in many colleges last spring demonstrated what is becoming obvious; institutions of higher learning are becoming radicalized and project intolerance for anything but a liberal view. Too few permit conservative or libertarian speakers, and far fewer invite a constitutional speaker. I was not surprised, some years ago, to hear a mother share with me […]

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