What’s with all the goats?

Most days I feel like I live in a bustling metropolis, complete with traffic, shopping, nightlife and classy restaurants. But, lately there has been an influx of animal stories running in Valley News that reminds me, while the area offers me the opportunity to meet my every whim, we still live in a fairly rural […]

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor: While my wife and I were driving from Palm Springs back to our home in La Jolla, we made a stop in your community to purchase some delicious Lebanese food at Pacific Pita. While waiting for our order, I picked up a copy of your Jan. 22 issue of Valley New and began […]

Human trafficking: A San Diego County scourge

I am pleased to co-author Senate Concurrent Resolution 88 (SCR 88) which proclaims January 2016 as Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Human trafficking, a form of modern day slavery, has become increasingly prevalent, placing the United States in the top three world trafficking destinations. Unfortunately, San Diego’s involvement in this repugnant crime wave is significant. A […]

Trump’s fear of Megyn Kelly

Donald Trump skipped Thursday’s night’s GOP presidential debate hosted by Fox News anchors Bret Baier, Megyn Kelly and Chris Wallace and held his own town hall instead. Let’s be clear. The reason Trump ducked this debate is because he was afraid to face the razor-sharp Kelly. Trump, who has been short on specifics and long […]

TVUSD push to move to by-trustee area election method is ill timed

Jeff Kingsberg TVEA President At the Dec. 8th Temecula Valley Unified School Board Meeting, the trustees voted unanimously 5-0 to direct the district to submit a Waiver Request to the California Department of Education to waive the requirement that the establishment of trustee areas be put to the electorate (voters). The intent of TVUSD is […]

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